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  • The Madison Street Jail will soon be no more with demolition underway

    The old Madison Street Jail in Downtown Phoenix has been empty for over a decade but Wednesday, officials used robots to demolish parts of the jail.
  • This is what people searched for most on Google in 2017

    The numbers are in: Google released its annual list Wednesday of the things people searched for the most over the past year.
  • After saying it will open, Sunrise Park Resort says it’s closed for now

    Just 24 hours after announcing it would open for the ski season, Sunrise Park Resort in eastern Arizona said it would be closed until further notice.
  • Navajo Nation sues Wells Fargo for alleged predatory tactics

    The Navajo Nation is suing Wells Fargo for allegedly engaging in predatory and unlawful banking practices that targeted and harmed tribal members.
  • Wonder what it would be like to fly in a $5K first-class suite?

    The holiday season is here, which means you will probably fly on a long, crowded flight. But what if you could fly in a $5,000 first-class seat instead? 
  • Former VP Joe Biden consoles Meghan McCain over father’s cancer diagnosis

    Former Vice President Joe Biden had some kind words on Wednesday for Meghan McCain, whose father was diagnosed with brain cancer this year.
  • Door problem delays Arizona test drop of Orion spacecraft replica

    NASA said a planned test of the Orion spacecraft's parachutes in Arizona has been postponed because the cargo door didn't open on the replica of the module.
  • Phoenix NCAA Final Four had some of year’s most expensive resale tickets

    Tickets to the April men's NCAA Final Four games that were played in the Phoenix area were some of the most expensive sold on a popular ticket resale site.
  • Former Arizona Rep. Phil Lovas to run for Trent Franks’ seat

    Add former Arizona Rep. Phil Lovas to the list of candidates hoping to replace U.S. Rep. Trent Franks in a special election next year.
  • National Park Service to cut down amount of fee-free days in 2018

    Free admission to the national parks has been designated to four days for the public all of next year - a drastic decrease from 16 free days in 2016.
  • Main Street Minute: Job fair in Mesa lines up tech and banking managers

    A career fair Wednesday in Mesa will bring together jobseekers and representatives from the tech industry, baking and food retail.
  • Ducey orders flags flown at half-staff for fallen El Mirage police officer

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey ordered flags to fly at half-staff on Wednesday to honor an El Mirage police officer who died chasing a suspect.
  • Court keeps ban on new mining claims around Grand Canyon

    A U.S. appeals court has kept in place an Obama-era ban on new mining claims around the Grand Canyon, but a review under the Trump administration is putting it in jeopardy.
  • Widow of Daniel Shaver opens up about Mesa officer’s not guilty verdict

    The widow of a man shot to death by a then-Mesa policeman said Tuesday she didn't understand "how anybody could watch that video and ... say, 'not guilty.'"
  • Hyundai, Kia recall compact cars to fix brake light problem

    DETROIT (AP) — Hyundai and Kia are recalling more than a half-million compact cars in the U.S. because the brake lights may not go out when the pedal is released and that a driver could shift out of park without putting a foot on the brake. The recall covers more than 390,000 Hyundai Elantra vehicles […]