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  • Gilbert breaks ground on first cemetery, which is set to open in 2019

    Bunker Family Funeral Homes broke ground Friday on the Gilbert Memorial Park, the first cemetery to be built in the East Valley suburb.
  • Phoenix officer injured in crash identified, remains critical

    The Phoenix Police Department on Friday identified the officer critically injured in a car crash a day earlier as Sean George.
  • All things politics: Taxes, education, solar and ‘wave’ elections

    Noted Arizona attorney Tom Ryan joins the Think Tank this week to discuss a variety of topics, from the Invest in Education initiative to a possible "blue wave" hitting Arizona.
  • Arizona Gov. Ducey issues executive order to limit immunity for legislators

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order that would remove reckless driving from the types of offenses that lawmakers have immunity from during the legislative session.
  • Arizona group takes push for gun reform, voter registration on road

    The Arizona chapter of March for Our Lives, the student-led movement for sensible gun-law reforms, announced a summer bus tour to educate and register young voters.
  • CVS fires pharmacist who wouldn’t fill transgender customer’s prescription

    CVS said Friday it fired a pharmacist accused of refusing to fill a hormone prescription for a transgender customer at a Fountain Hills store.
  • Study shows Phoenix is most stressed city in Arizona, Scottsdale the least

    Phoenix and Scottsdale wound up on opposite ends of a study about stressed U.S. cities, and other Arizona places fell in between.
  • Phoenix-area mosque open to plea agreement in hate-speech incident

    A Tempe mosque is open to a plea agreement to settle the criminal case against two women who recorded themselves spewing anti-Muslim vitriol and taking items from the facility.
  • Republicans pick Charlotte to host 2020 convention

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — As Charlotte, North Carolina, celebrates being chosen Friday to host the 2020 Republican National Convention, an undercurrent of concern about the potential for violence runs through the Democratic-leaning city. The GOP’s national committee selected North Carolina’s largest city over Las Vegas as hundreds of party activists gathered in Austin, Texas, for […]
  • Reps. Sinema, McSally release new campaign ads for US Senate seat

    U.S. Reps. Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema, seeking their respective party's primary bid for the Senate seat Jeff Flake will vacate, stepped up campaigning this week, releasing another round of ads.
  • Lawsuit targets Arizona clean energy ballot proposal

    A ballot initiative to mandate the use of more clean energy in Arizona is facing a lawsuit seeking to knock it off the ballot over allegedly fraudulent signatures.
  • Phoenix area ozone advisories issued for the last 11 days

    For each of the last 11 days, regulators have issued ozone pollution advisories for metro Phoenix, warning that the area is expected to exceed the federal health standard for air quality.
  • Canned food structures on display for Phoenix ‘Canstruction’ competition

    A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, a "Star Wars" AT-AT walker and a puppy sitting in a food bowl. Those are a few of the seven structures made entirely of canned foods taking part in this year’s Phoenix “Canstruction” competition.
  • New Arizona law helps combat PTSD among first responders

    Gov. Doug Ducey signed the “Officer Craig Tiger Act,” which provides more counseling services to public-safety officials who suffer post-traumatic stress disorder because of their experiences on the job.
  • Phoenix expected to see 118 degree temperatures next week

    A heat wave is expected to swing through the Valley next week and Phoenix is expected to record temperatures as high as 118 degrees.