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  • Supreme Court turns down Arizona challenge of ‘Dreamer’ driver’s licenses

    The Supreme Court said Monday that Arizona had to continue issuing driver’s licenses to young immigrants known as “Dreamers,” refusing to hear the state's challenge.
  • Supreme Court rejects challenge to Arizona death penalty law

    The Supreme Court rejected a challenge to Arizona's death penalty law Monday. The justices let stand the convictions and death sentences of Abel D. Hidalgo.
  • Arizona Gov. Ducey set to share ‘aggressive’ school safety plan

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was expected Monday to announce a plan that would improve school safety, including addressing some gun-sale background check loopholes.
  • Report credits private contractor with swift handling of Arizona prison riot

    The Arizona Department of Corrections said that the private company that runs a prison where inmates recently rioted responded quickly and minimized injuries.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in 2012 homicide

    The body of 23-year-old John Manger was found in the roadway at 87th Avenue and Camelback Road on Nov. 11, 2012. Police are looking for a suspect.
  • Prosecutors say doctor’s prescriptions caused Arizona woman’s death

    Prosecutors said an Arizona woman died from a former Wyoming doctor’s prescription of two opioids, a muscle relaxant and anti-anxiety medication.
  • California-based chocolate factory to move location to Phoenix area

    CocoaPlanet, a tasting room that features chocolate tastings and wine pairings, will move its chocolate factory from Sonoma, California, to the Valley.
  • Arizona hotels recognized in national awards for service, romance, luxury

    More than a dozen hotels in Arizona were recently recognized in TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Awards for their service, luxury and other factors.
  • Pair of Arizona county courts try new small claims program

    Justice courts in two Arizona counties are conducting pilot programs aimed at making the legal process quicker and simpler in certain civil disputes.
  • The Latest: Police don’t say if blast is related to others

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Latest on another explosion in Austin, Texas (all times local): 10:58 p.m. Police Chief Brian Manley isn’t confirming the cause of the latest explosion in Austin, Texas, or if it’s related to three previous blasts elsewhere in the city. But he is repeating calls for residents not to handle unexpected […]
  • Weekend wrap-up: Biggest news stories from St. Patrick’s Day weekend

    If you missed out on the news this St. Patrick's Day weekend, no worries: Here are some of the biggest news stories, both in Arizona and across the nation.
  • Arizona dog currently up for adoption has long, unusual history

    Ears, a Chihuahua who is up for adoption at the Brynne Smith Memorial Campus and Adoption Center in Scottsdale, has quite the history. 
  • Death penalty for drug traffickers part of Trump opioid plan

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers, including the death penalty where appropriate under current law, a top administration official said Sunday. It’s a fate for drug dealers that Trump, who aims to be seen as tough on crime, has been highlighting […]
  • Flake hopes Republicans would stand up if Trump fires Robert Mueller

    U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake said he hopes his Republican colleagues will stand up to President Donald Trump if he moves to fire special counsel Robert Mueller. 
  • Tempe police: Father, son found dead inside ‘hoarding house’

    Police in Tempe said a father and son found dead inside a "hoarding house" likely died in a murder-suicide. Their bodies were found on Saturday.