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  • Report shows vast inequalities in Arizona prison system

    A new in-depth look into Arizona’s prison system found vast inequalities in how people are locked up across the state, showing differences among races and regions.
  • 1st track at exclusive $40M motor club near Phoenix to be ready in February

    A private club and racetrack for car lovers in Arizona was only a few months from roaring into action, officials said this week.
  • Arizona GOP plans to audit Maricopa County recorder’s role in election

    The Arizona Republican Party announced Thursday it was forming an independent audit of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office’s role in the midterm election.
  • Third victim of bar shooting in Arizona town of Globe has died

    Ashley Sanchez, 22, died of her injuries Thursday after being shot at Jammerz Bar in Globe, Ariz. on Sunday. She is the third person to have died from the shooting.
  • Man makes $2 million claim for Mesa police use-of-force incident

    Robert Johnson, 35, has made a claim for almost $2 million for emotional and physical damages after being punched repeatedly by Mesa police officers.
  • Katie Hobbs doubles her lead after latest batch of Arizona votes

    Another day of counting, another batch of votes, and another increase in Katie Hobbs’ lead in the Arizona secretary of state race.
  • Central Arizona Project offers new plan for Colorado River water

    Central Arizona Project, a major Colorado River water user, has proposed an interim plan for Arizona as it faces looming deadlines to manage expected shortages.
  • Phoenix woman arrested after bringing kids to drug deals

    Authorities say a Phoenix woman has been arrested for taking her young children to drug houses where she allegedly purchased drugs.
  • ASU professor: After fires, Southern California could face mudslides

    An Arizona State University professor said that once wildfires in Southern California are under control, the region could face a different natural disaster: mudslides.
  • More caravan migrants arrive in Tijuana, brace for long stay

    TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — More buses of exhausted people in a caravan of Central American asylum seekers reached the U.S. border Thursday as the city of Tijuana converted a municipal gymnasium into a temporary shelter and the migrants came to grips with the reality that they will be on the Mexican side of the frontier […]
  • Here are some ways you can spice up your kitchen cabinets

    If you are looking to give your kitchen a new look, all you need to do is change up your kitchen cabinets. Here are some ways that you can spice them up.
  • Week after election, Maricopa County officials have 100k ballots to count

    Even though there is a winner in the U.S. Senate race, but elections officials in Maricopa County are continuing to count about 100,000 ballots before Nov. 6 can be brought to a close.
  • Around 1,000 migrants not connected to caravan apprehended in Arizona

    Around 1,000 migrants – who weren’t part of the caravan -- turned themselves in to Border Patrol agents in southwestern Arizona after entering the country illegally.
  • 32-mile wall to be constructed along Arizona-Mexico border, feds say

    A wall will soon be built along more than 30 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona after being given the go-ahead by federal officials, it was announced Thursday.
  • Grant Woods ‘doing everything’ to set up for potential 2020 Senate run

    U.S. Sen. Grant Woods? The former Republican attorney general is doing everything to make the decision to run for federal office in 2020 -- including switch his party affiliation to Democrat.