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  • More people opting to use ride-sharing services over ambulances

    Uber and Lyft rides have become an increasingly popular way to get to the hospital when the emergency doesn't dictate ambulance services.
  • Sen. John McCain to be focus of HBO documentary

    The documentary will also include interviews, speeches and archival newsreel and television footage previously unseen in home movies.
  • Arizona Rural School Association supports teacher pay proposal

    The association, made of 106 districts in cities spread throughout Arizona, said it is "impressed by the effort" Ducey took to develop the proposal.
  • Quirky ‘Night Court’ actor Harry Anderson dies at age 65

    Harry Anderson, the actor best known for playing an off-the-wall judge working the night shift of a Manhattan court room in the television comedy series “Night Court,” was found dead in his North Carolina home Monday. Anderson was 65. A statement from the Asheville Police Department said officers responded to a call from Anderson’s home […]
  • HBO’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ looks to amaze with its critically-acclaimed cast

    Ray Bradbury's 1953 dystopian novel, Farenheit 451 is being made into an HBO movie that will star Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon. A new trailer is out now.
  • Former Rep. Don Shooter files $1.3M claim over House expulsion

    The lawsuit says he was targeted by the governor's office because of his efforts to expose widespread fraud in the state procurement system.
  • Silver Alert cancelled after Scottsdale woman found in Phoenix

    A Silver Alert was cancelled Monday after an 84-year-old Scottsdale woman with dementia was found in Phoenix. 
  • Several Phoenix USPS locations extending hours on Tax Day

    Full services will be available until 10 p.m. at the Phoenix Main Post Office at 4949 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix AZ 85026.
  • Sen. John McCain undergoes surgery at Mayo Clinic, in stable condition

    The Arizona Republican underwent surgery to treat an intestinal infection related to diverticulitis, according to a release from his office.
  • Phoenix-area burger joint wins award, closes for a day after selling out of food

    Turns out winning an award can have other consequences for restaurants, such as being forced to close for a day after running out of food. 
  • ‘The Color Purple’ is coming to ASU Gammage this week

    "The Color Purple" musical, based off the 1982 novel by Alice Walker, was coming to Arizona State University's Gammage Theater this week.
  • Jury set to deliberate in Border Patrol agent’s murder trial

    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A U.S. Border Patrol agent was fed up with rock throwers when he fired across the border and killed a teenager who had been lobbing stones from Mexico, prosecutors told jurors Monday during closing arguments in the agent’s murder trial. Defense attorneys countered that agent Lonnie Swartz was justified to use […]
  • 2 pedestrians killed in separate collisions on same day in Phoenix

    Two pedestrians were fatally struck by vehicles Sunday in separate collisions in Phoenix. The collisions occurred just four hours from one another.
  • Phoenix family terrorized by burglar — not once, but twice

    A Phoenix family was burglarized twice in two days. Police said the suspect in the second burglary had a tattoo in the middle of his forehead.
  • Tempe man attempts to run Boston Marathon course four times in 24 hours

    Before the Boston Marathon began this year, a local news team interviewed a Tempe man who had already ran three marathons prior to the official Boston Marathon started.