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  • Missing 76-year-old man found safe after being last seen in Mesa

    A Silver Alert was canceled after a missing 76-year-old man was located after he was last seen driving in Mesa on Friday.
  • Hearing canceled for 92-year-old Arizona woman charged in son’s death

    A preliminary hearing for a 92-year-old Arizona woman charged with fatally shooting her son has been canceled. It was scheduled for Friday morning.
  • No, there aren’t more dust storms in Phoenix — just more pictures of them

    It might seem like there's been a rise in the frequency of haboobs and dust storms in the Phoenix area, but it's just a perception issue.
  • More Arizona gubernatorial candidates face off on Think Tank

    Two more aspiring Arizona gubernatorial candidates join The Think Tank: Former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett and YWCA of Southern Arizona CEO Kelly Fryer.
  • Glendale council decides not to bring in red-light cameras

    Council members in Glendale have opted not to bring back red-light cameras after results from a police study, but plan to keep looking for a way to improve traffic safety in the West Valley city.
  • Two Arizona breweries earn honors at the U.S. Open Beer Championship

    Huss Brewing won a silver medal for the Golden or Blonde Ale category with its Scottsdale Blonde, and Grand Canyon Brewing won a silver medal for the American Specialty Wheat category with its Expeditions Wheat.
  • Ex-Cardinal Tyrann Mathieu’s Phoenix-area home listed for $1.4M

    Having moved on from the Arizona Cardinals, Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu is selling his Phoenix-area lair. The Chandler spread was listed for $1.4 million.
  • Funeral for Phoenix firefighter set for Peoria church, veterans’ cemetery

    Funeral services for Phoenix firefighter Juston Doherty, who died unexpectedly, have been set for early next week, two public-safety agencies where he worked said Friday.
  • Phone tips lead to arrest in murder of homeless Scottsdale woman

    After receiving numerous tips from the public, the Scottsdale Police Department announced Friday it made an arrest in the violent death of a homeless woman.
  • 12 Russians accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 US election

    The Justice Department announced charges Friday against 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking offenses during the 2016 presidential election.
  • Undecideds make up largest chunk of voters in Arizona CD1 poll

    With only a few weeks to go before the Republican primary election in Arizona, nearly half of likely voters in rural Congressional District 1 were still undecided, poll results showed.
  • The best spots in the Valley for National French Fry Day

    Whether you like your fries curly or the traditional way, you'll surely enjoy the fact that National French Fry Day is back here in the Valley!
  • Moms raise $169K to help migrant moms get released, reunited with kids

    An effort to reunite migrant mothers with their children after being separated at the United States-Mexico border is being led by a group of fellow moms.
  • Secret Service urging schools to establish teams for campus threats

    The Secret Service wants schools across the United States to establish threat assessment teams in an effort to prevent future school shootings, like the Parkland, Florida, attack that left 17 people dead.
  • Phoenix Zoo asking public to vote on name of new baby giraffe

    The Phoenix Zoo is allowing the public to choose the name of a female baby giraffe that was born at the facility last month.