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  • Hacienda patient may not have shown signs of pregnancy, expert says

    A medical expert said an Arizona woman in a vegetative state who gave birth may have not displayed outward signs that she was pregnant.
  • Valley mother-daughter team to appear on TV baking competition

    A Valley mother-daughter team will appear Saturday night on “Bake It Like Buddy,” a baking competition show hosted by Buddy Valastro of “Cake Boss” fame.
  • Arizona court rules against challenge to rules on midwives

    An Arizona appellate court has upheld a trial judge's ruling against a challenge to the state's regulation of midwives.
  • FRIED French fry and music festival will take over Phoenix park in April

    The FRIED French fry and music festival will take place in Phoenix's Margaret T. Hance Park on April 20 from 2-10 p.m, offering over 20 fry "creations."
  • Country duo Florida Georgia Line to make Phoenix stop in September

    Country duo Florida Georgia Line will make a stop in Phoenix on their Can't Say I Ain't Country tour this fall, it was announced this week.
  • Enjoy sights and sounds Saturday at Glendale Glitter & Glow Balloon festival

    Between 60,000 and 80,000 people are expected to descend on Glendale's downtown area Saturday for the Glitter & Glow Balloon Festival.
  • Report: Arizona charter schools risk closing amid financial woes

    A new report by an Arizona think tank found that more than 100 Arizona charter schools are failing financially and could soon close.
  • Tempe City Council establishes license, fees for scooter operators

    Tempe City Council voted 7-0 Thursday night to approve a resolution that requires dockless scooter operators to apply for a license and pay multiple fees.
  • Federal workers get $0 pay stubs as shutdown drags on

    Federal employees received pay stubs with nothing but zeros on them Friday as the effects of the government shutdown hit home, deepening anxieties about mortgage payments and unpaid bills. All told, an estimated 800,000 government workers missed their paychecks for the first time since the shutdown began. Employees posted pictures of the pay statements on […]
  • Inmate who escaped from Arizona jail found dead in Mexico

    Authorities say an inmate who escaped from the Pima County jail in Tucson two weeks ago has been found dead in Mexico.
  • Sen. McSally will not accept pay until government shutdown ended

    Sen. Martha McSally announced Thursday that she has asked for her paycheck to be withheld until the partial federal government shutdown has ended.
  • Woman with son in coma at Hacienda HealthCare praises the facility

    A woman with an adult son being cared for at Hacienda HealthCare spoke highly of the Phoenix facility where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth.
  • World Dessert Champion from Peoria to compete for $100K prize this spring

    Greg Buerger earned a spot to compete in the spring 2019 Final Table challenge, which pits him against world champions in nine other food categories.
  • Arizona nearing deadline for Colorado River drought plan

    An Arizona committee looking for ways to divvy up cuts from the Colorado River water supply says it has about a handful of issues to settle.
  • Arizona AG Brnovich sues Board of Regents over ASU real estate deals

    Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit alleging that ASU has misused its tax-exempt status to benefit private developers.
  • Death of Salt River officer sparks discussion over distracted driving law

    The death of an Arizona officer at the hands of a driver who was texting behind the wheel sparked a renewed discussion a statewide distracted driving law. 
  • Government shutdown stymies immigrants’ asylum cases

    The partial government shutdown over President Donald Trump’s demand for a border wall is playing havoc with the nation’s already backlogged immigration courts, forcing the postponement of hearings for thousands of immigrants. For some of those asking for asylum in the U.S., the impasse could mean years more of waiting — and prolonged separation from […]
  • What type of cleaning is best for carpets and tile floors?

    Carpets and tile floors can be very difficult to clean, especially with all the products and solutions out there. Here is the best way to care for your floors.
  • Hacienda HealthCare patient received April external exam, documents show

    Documents show an Arizona woman in a vegetative state who was sexually assaulted and had a baby received an external medical exam before giving birth.
  • Players sue Maricopa Community Colleges over loss of football programs

    Nearly a dozen community college football players have sued Maricopa County's two-year schools accusing the governing body of racial discrimination for dropping football.