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  • Alice Cooper opens teen center with ‘Rockfest’

    Shock-rocker Alice Cooper has opened what he calls a creative sanctuary where troubled teens can go when school's out.
  • Rep. Grijalva to hold immigration forums

    U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D- Ariz., will hold forums to discuss immigration policy changes made by President Barack Obama that would offer a chance for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to stay in the country and work.
  • Power restored to Pinal County after dust storm

    Power has been restored after hundreds of residents in Pinal County experienced outages caused by a dust storm.
  • Western-town project in Scottsdale stalls

    Developers hoping to open a Western-themed town complete with saloon and museum in Scottsdale are looking elsewhere.
  • What exactly does the health care ruling mean for you?

    The Supreme Court upheld nearly all of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul on Thursday. So, the next question is, “What does it mean to you?” Luckily, The Washington Post came up formula where you answer four simple questions and a table explains it to you.
  • Judge upholds vote on Coyotes deal

    A judge has upheld the Glendale City Council's vote on a lease agreement with a prospective owner of the Phoenix Coyotes.
  • Gov. Brewer urges repeal of Obama health care

    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer urges repeal of President Obama's health care reform bill.
  • Kyl, McCain, Pastor respond to health care ruling

    Arizona's legislators in Washington react to the Supreme Court ruling on health care.
  • Schweikert, Quayle promise House fight on health care

    Congressmen David Schweikert and Ben Quayle agree that the Supreme Court's upholding of President Obama's health care overhaul is a mistake.
  • Low inventory, competition help drive up Valley home prices

    Valley home prices were on the rise in May.
  • Phoenix-area preserves to be restricted on Fourth of July

    Every Phoenix-area desert preserve will be subject to restrictions on the Fourth of July, said the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department.
  • Arizona gears up to battle health care law

    Arizona is among the states challenging the constitutionality of the health care overhaul.
  • Supreme Court upholds key part of Obama individual mandate

    The Supreme Court has upheld key parts of the individual insurance requirement.
  • Arizona facing shortage of young doctors

    Regardless of Thursday's ruling by the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act, Arizona is facing a shortage of doctors.
  • More mothers turning to ADHD meds

    Between 2002 and 2010, the number of women ages 26 to 39 who had a prescription for the ADHD medication Adderall grew by 750 percent.