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  • Ceremony marks Colorado River drought plan for Arizona, Southwest

    Federal, state and tribal water managers are marking completion of a long-negotiated plan for 40 million people and vast irrigated farms to share crucial Colorado River water.
  • Ride along with Phoenix Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team

    The Phoenix Police Department has a dedicated team that goes beyond the duties of law enforcement to better assist people suffering from a mental health crisis.
  • Crews tear down part of West Valley hospital, making way for progress

    Piles of broken concrete and twisted rebar lie on the ground, marking signs of progress at Banner Boswell Medical Center in Sun City.
  • Gilbert breaks ground on $85M police and firefighter training facility

    Gilbert, Arizona’s fifth-largest municipality, broke ground on its first police and firefighter training facility six months after getting voter approval.
  • Habitat for Humanity completes Arizona home for Ethiopian family

    A family that immigrated to Arizona from Ethiopia in 2012 and cares for a child with special needs has a new home, thanks to a Habitat for Humanity program.
  • Another day of tornadoes in Midwest, but St. Louis spared

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — A dangerous storm system in the Midwest produced dozens of tornadoes for the second consecutive day Tuesday, demolishing a racetrack grandstand and damaging buildings in a wild animal park in Missouri but sparing St. Louis, the biggest city in its path. Two deaths, both in Missouri, were blamed on the severe […]
  • Stalemate over child sex abuse lawsuit limits continues at Arizona Capitol

    A senator vows to hold up the Arizona budget unless the Legislature extends the statute of limitations for child sex abuse victims to file civil lawsuits.
  • Tucson man gets 274-year prison sentence for raping 7 women

    A Tucson man convicted of raping seven women over a 12-year span has been sentenced to 274 years in prison.
  • Man who died in Arizona jail had pneumonia, authorities say

    Authorities in Arizona say a man who died in January while in custody at the Coconino County jail in Flagstaff suffered from pneumonia caused by strep throat.
  • Arizona inmate found dead in Tucson prison by suicide

    Authorities say an inmate has died at a state prison in Tucson by suicide. A 32-year-old inmate was found Friday hanging from a sheet in a dormitory shower area.
  • Amber Alert canceled for girl abducted in Idaho; found unharmed in Arizona

    A teenage girl who authorities said was taken from a restaurant in Idaho has been found safe in Surprise on Monday and her alleged abductor was in custody.
  • Details of Arizona budget deal hammered out by GOP leaders released

    The $11.9 billion budget deal worked out by Arizona GOP leaders faces pushback from Democrats who oppose tax cuts until funding to schools and social programs is restored.
  • Worker accused of assaulting 14-year-old in Mesa group home

    A worker at a group home in Mesa was arrested last week for allegedly striking and kicking a 14-year-old client with severe behavioral health issues.
  • ADOT offering temporary IDs online for drivers with suspended licenses

    Arizona drivers who have had their licenses suspended can now obtain a temporary ID card on the Arizona Department of Transportation's website.
  • Case dropped against Scottsdale man accused of ‘sex dungeon’ beatings

    The Maricopa County Attorney's Office said Monday that charges were dropped against the Scottsdale man accused of beating his girlfriend in a "sex dungeon."
  • Court records: Border agent in Arizona called migrants ‘subhuman’

    Federal court records say a Border Patrol agent in Arizona sent texts calling migrants "savages" and "subhuman" the month before knocking over a Guatemalan man with his patrol vehicle.
  • Tempe officer who fatally shot fleeing teen in January resigns

    Joseph Jaen, the Tempe police officer who fatally shot a fleeing teen who was carrying a toy gun earlier this year, resigned Monday.
  • Judge sides with Congress over Trump in demands for records

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge ruled against President Donald Trump on Monday in a financial records dispute with Congress and said lawmakers should get the documents they have subpoenaed. Trump called it a “crazy” decision that his lawyers would appeal. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta comes amid a widespread effort by […]
  • Gilbert OKs plan for hotel, park, housing, more in downtown district

    Gilbert approved a plan to grow its popular downtown area with a boutique hotel, housing, parking structures, office and retail space and a park.
  • Hacienda sexual assault suspect appeals HIV testing order

    The former Hacienda HealthCare nurse accused of sexually assaulting an incapacitated patient appealed a court order requiring a test to determine if he has HIV.