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  • Hotel in downtown Tempe shows off $5 million renovation

    That was a lot more than just a coat of paint: A downtown Tempe hotel unveiled Wednesday a $5 million renovation.
  • Little brother swoops in to save sister during wrestling match

    Tag-team wrestling is typically seen in the WWE, but a little Indiana boy missed the message when he tried to save his big sister.
  • Arpaio-Flake malicious-prosecution case reaches closing arguments

    Closing arguments were scheduled Thursday in a malicious-prosecution civil trial brought against former Sheriff Joe Arpaio by the son of an Arizona senator.
  • Main Street Minute: Candlelight vigil in Phoenix raises $410K for hospital

    The annual holiday candlelight vigil at Phoenix Children's Hospital raised $410,000.
  • John McCain returns to hospital with side effects of cancer treatment

    U.S. Sen. John McCain has returned to a Washington hospital suffering from the side effects of cancer treatment, his office said Wednesday.
  • Maricopa County to drop upfront questions about convictions

    Maricopa County is no longer asking most job applicants during early stages of the hiring process whether they have prior criminal convictions.
  • Gray fox rabies activity quadrupled in some Arizona counties

    The Arizona Department of Health Services says rabies activity in the state's gray fox populations has quadrupled in several counties.
  • Canada adds customs station to make travel to Arizona, US easier

    Travel between Arizona and Canada just got a big boost as more Canadian airports are adding U.S. Customs stations.
  • Chandler police offers free service to watch homes during holiday vacations

    Chandler residents planning holiday vacations will be able to ask police officers to keep an eye on their home while they're out of town.
  • Light rail no longer being extended to downtown Glendale

    The Glendale City Council shut down plans this week to build a 7-mile route into downtown Glendale. The route would’ve been completed by 2026.
  • Rubio defection threatens GOP’s slim majority on tax bill

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republicans’ razor-thin margin for driving their sweeping tax package through the Senate was thrown into jeopardy Thursday when GOP Sen. Marco Rubio declared he will vote against it unless negotiators expand the tax credit that low-income Americans can claim for their children. Rubio’s potential defection complicates Republican leaders’ goal of muscling […]
  • Travel magazine: Hot-air ballooning is can’t-miss event in Arizona

    Southwest: The Magazine listed Arizona Balloon Safaris as the can't-miss event to do this winter as part of its travel destinations.
  • Man accused of burning Mesa’s ‘Merry Main Christmas Tree’

    A man has been booked on one count of arson of a structure after police connected the man to the burning of the "Merry Main Christmas Tree" in Mesa.
  • Kentucky lawmaker facing assault allegations kills himself

    Dan Johnson, a GOP state lawmaker in Kentucky who defiantly denied allegations that he sexually assaulted a teenage girl, killed himself Wednesday night.
  • After 45 years, Goodwill’s ‘Number One’ is one in a million

    In 1971, 16-year old Warren Alan Polk arrived for his first day on the job at Goodwill. 45 years later, "Number One," is working his last day on the job.