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  • Arizona attorney weighs in on holding immigrant children on military bases

    An Arizona attorney has weighed in on the Trump administration's latest push to hold immigrant children on military bases if they were detained or separated from their parents at the border.
  • Arizona National Guard members experience fire, fury of Hawaiian volcano

    Members of the Arizona National Guard answered the call and ventured into some dangerous areas on the Big Island of Hawaii after entire neighborhoods witnessed cracks and fissures from the Kilauea volcano.
  • Mayor Stanton touts PHX Core, downtown’s new ‘innovation district’

    Downtown Phoenix is looking to the future with the launch of PHX Core, a district that brings together various entities to promote innovation and attract and retain businesses.
  • Phoenix officials vote to make critical safety upgrades to railroad crossing

    Officials in Phoenix have agreed to make critical safety upgrades to a railroad crossing that could have otherwise been shut down this weekend. 
  • Arizona racing track Yavapai Downs expected to run again in 2019

    An Arizona horse racing track appears to be in position for a full season in 2019 after the state approved a permit for the track's new owners.
  • Clean energy ballot initiative could take Palo Verde plant off the grid

    The Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station is the nation’s largest power producer. If a clean energy initiative appears on the ballot in November, voters will decide the plant’s future.
  • I-10 in west Phoenix to be closed this weekend for Loop 202 work

    ADOT said there will be a closure of Interstate 10 westbound in west Phoenix this weekend as work continues on the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway project.
  • Police: Fitness buff tried ambush attack at Trump resort

    DORAL, Fla. (AP) — A fitness buff carrying an American flag and shouting about President Donald Trump stormed the hotel lobby of Trump’s Miami-area golf resort early Friday and opened fire at a chandelier. He then waited for police to arrive, and exchanged gunfire with officers who shot him in the legs and arrested him. […]
  • Army recruiter charged with sexual conduct with Phoenix-area minor

    A U.S. Army soldier assigned as a recruiter at a Phoenix-area high school is accused of sexual conduct with a 17-year-old female student who was applying to join the military.
  • Officials looking for bear in suburban Phoenix neighborhood

    Wildlife officials have a bear of a problem on their hands -- literally. The Arizona Game and Fish Department posted a video of a bear roaming around a Mesa neighborhood.
  • White House, Trump weigh in on ‘Laurel’ versus ‘Yanny’ debate

    The White House has weighed in on the "Laurel" versus "Yanny" debate that has been tearing the internet apart -- but the results had a bit of a twist. 
  • Glendale school gets safety equipment for lockdowns from fire officials

    A Glendale school is getting some safety equipment to help students stay safe during lockdowns, but they weren't getting it from just anywhere -- they got it from the Glendale Fire Department.
  • Get ready for the hot Arizona summers with an energy audit

    Worried about what your power bills will be like this summer? You can probably benefit from a whole house energy audit that will look at your possible problems.
  • Beset by leaks, White House talks firings, not apologies

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A West Wing aide’s morbid remark about gravely ill Sen. John McCain has not yielded widespread White House soul searching. Instead it has produced a push to fire those responsible for leaking that story and others that have bedeviled President Donald Trump’s administration. Nearly a week after Kelly Sadler dismissed McCain’s opinion […]
  • Senate confirms Gina Haspel as CIA director

    The Senate confirmed Gina Haspel on Thursday as the first female director of the CIA following a difficult nomination process.