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  • Arizona gun control activists call for action at Monday night vigil

    Phoenix-area students spoke about the Santa Fe victims during a March for Our Lives Arizona vigil on Monday night.
  • Another Arizona teen arrested for alleged school shooting threat

    A teenager was arrested Monday for sending a text message to a fellow student in which he threatened to "shoot up" a Prescott Valley high school.
  • Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Tempe set for grand opening

    The lights have been turned on, the kegs have been tapped and the projector has been whirring at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Tempe this week, ahead of its grand opening.
  • Sharper Point: Will Arizona’s next Super Bowl be a win, a wash or a loss?

    Nobody really negotiates with the NFL for the rights to host a Super Bowl -- you basically beg for it. But is it the prize it's made out to be?
  • Dave Ramsey says: Stick with plan, start emergency reserves with refund

    Getting a start on debt is great, but stick to the Baby Steps in order so you don't come up short when an emergency arises.
  • Scottsdale is best city in nation to get a summer job, analysis shows

    If you are looking for a summer job, Scottsdale is the place to be. Wallethub rated the Phoenix suburb as the best place in the country for summer employment opportunities.
  • Trump is no longer sure North Korea summit will happen June 12

    President Donald Trump said Tuesday the planned Singapore summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un “may not work out for June 12” and is suggesting it could be delayed.
  • Attempts to recover trapped worker in Phoenix will stretch into third day

    Crews have again put recovery efforts to find a construction worker who was trapped after an enormous drill rig fell near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on hold as nightfall hits the Valley. 
  • Many cancer patients juggle care along with financial pain

    Josephine Rizo survived chemotherapy, surgery and radiation, but breast cancer treatment wrecked her finances. Money was already tight when doctors told the Phoenix resident she had an aggressive form of the disease. Then she took a pay cut after going on disability leave, and eventually lost her job and insurance coverage. During treatment, Rizo got […]
  • 10,000 flags salute military at Arizona campus for Memorial Day

    Volunteers finished planting thousands of U.S. flags at the University of Phoenix early Tuesday, in an annual tribute to the men and women who died serving their country.
  • Authorities arrest 5 in meth-trafficking investigation in Phoenix area

    The Arizona Attorney General's Office said authorities have broken up a methamphetamine trafficking ring in the Phoenix area.
  • National registry for cancer-stricken firefighters stalls in US House

    A bill that would create a national registry for firefighters who were diagnosed with cancer is awaiting approval in the U.S. House.
  • Arizona falls in national rankings for senior health, report finds

    Arizona fell eight points in this year's senior report from America's Health Ranking, tying with Florida at No. 31 in the country for the states with the healthiest seniors. 
  • Number of sexually-transmitted diseases on rise in Arizona

    The number of reported sexually-transmitted diseases is on the rise in Arizona. There has been a 20 percent increase in a number of sexually-transmitted diseases in the state over the past year. 
  • Arizona judge accused of sex abuse of underage girl won’t face charges

    Prosecutors said Monday they will not file criminal charges against an Arizona judge who was investigated on allegations that he sexually abused a girl from when she was 13 until she reached adulthood.