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  • Phoenix-area city kicks off partnership with Maricopa Ambulance

    The city of Glendale and Maricopa Ambulance kicked off their partnership on Thursday, which will provide the city with more ambulances to respond to residents faster.
  • Storm creates chaos in California with flooding, mudslides

    Waves of heavy rain pounded California, triggering a mudslide that destroyed homes and forcing residents to flee communities scorched by wildfires last year.
  • Arizona border town mayor condemns razor wire installed along border

    The mayor of an Arizona border town said the razor wire along the entirety of a tall border wall is ineffective in stopping crime and puts residents at risk. 
  • Video released of deputy shooting Fountain Hills terrorism suspect

    The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office released video of a deputy shooting a knife-wielding assailant who'd professed allegiance to ISIS in a 911 call.
  • White House scrambles to find pots of money to use for wall

    WASHINGTON (AP) — If President Donald Trump declares an emergency to build the wall with Mexico, he still needs money to pay for it. And shifting money from other accounts to deliver the $5.7 billion he wants is not without political problems. The administration has been eyeing several pots of money — including disaster funds, […]
  • Early polling shows McSally with narrow lead over Kelly in Senate race

    Democrat Mark Kelly is positioned to give U.S. Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona a strong challenge in 2020, according to polling conducted this week.
  • Legislation fixes problems with Arizona opioid measure

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill Thursday fixing problems with opioid legislation that he and lawmakers rushed to pass last year.
  • Mark Kelly raises $1.1M in 48 hours after launching Senate campaign

    It's only been a couple of days since Mark Kelly announced he would run for U.S. Senate in Arizona next year, but he has already raised more than $1 million. 
  • Here are 5 things to remember about water heaters

    One of the most frequent plumbing problems in Arizona homes is a water heater that leaks and needs replacing. Here is how you can care for them.
  • Surely you joust: Medieval Times seeks knights for new Scottsdale castle

    Medieval Times announced an open casting call on Feb. 21 for potential knights to perform at its Scottsdale location, which is set to open this summer.
  • Congress OKs border deal; Trump will sign, declare emergency

    Congress lopsidedly approved a border security compromise Thursday that would avert a second government shutdown, but a new confrontation was ignited.
  • Sandwich chain supplies Arizona first responders with $233K in gear

    Several cities in Arizona will be able to equip their first responders with new helmets, body armor, rescue and safety gear after receiving grants from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.
  • Ducey appoints 3 to fill Maricopa County judicial vacancies

    Gov. Doug Ducey has appointed Melissa Iyer Julian, Tracey Westerhausen and Joseph Kiefer as Maricopa County Superior Court judges to fill vacancies.
  • William Barr sworn in as attorney general after Senate confirmation

    The Senate on Thursday confirmed William Barr as attorney general, placing the veteran government official and lawyer atop the Justice Department.
  • Arizona man connected by DNA to 4 slayings indicted in Ohio

    Ohio authorities charged an Arizona man with aggravated murder in the 1992 slaying of a woman at a truck stop, one of four such killings they say he is linked to through DNA evidence.
  • Source of fall romaine lettuce outbreak a mystery, US regulators say

    U.S. food regulators say they weren't able to identify a contamination source for a food poisoning outbreak that prompted them to warn people to avoid romaine lettuce this fall.
  • Amazon won’t build New York headquarters, company announces

    Amazon says it will not be building a new headquarters in New York, a stunning reversal after a yearlong search.
  • Surgeon general, Ducey share concern over Arizona vaccination rates

    The "nation's doctor" made a house call this week to Arizona, a state where health officials have watched exemptions from school vaccinations increase over the past five years.
  • 5 things to know about Arizona as it celebrates 107 years of statehood

    Sharing a birthday with a holiday is always tough on kids. In this case, the kid is Arizona, which turns 107 on Thursday, which is Valentine's Day.
  • Parkland shooting victims are remembered in silence

    PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High and other schools across the U.S. bowed their heads in a moment of silence and took part in volunteer projects Thursday to mark the anniversary of the shooting rampage that claimed 17 lives. But for many Parkland students, the tragedy was still so raw they […]