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  • Trump tweet claims ‘massive surge’ of migrants moving toward Arizona

    A late night tweet from President Donald Trump claimed Arizona faced an impending crush of migrants coming from Mexico but the Border Patrol's Yuma Sector didn't confirm the surge Friday.
  • US Marshals Service to hold funeral Friday for deputy killed in Tucson

    Chase White, a deputy U.S. marshal who was killed last week serving a warrant in Tucson, will be laid to rest on Friday. 
  • Former Rep. Ed Pastor of Arizona to be buried after week of memorials

    Former U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, Arizona's first Hispanic member of Congress, will be laid to rest Friday. He died at 75 after suffering a heart attack.
  • Arizona Western joins parade of state junior colleges giving up football

    Arizona Western College announced this week it was discontinuing football, leaving only one junior college in the state yet to eliminate the sport.
  • Remains of Pearl Harbor sailors return home after 77 years

    HONOLULU (AP) — More than 75 years after nearly 2,400 members of the U.S. military were killed in the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, some who died on Dec. 7, 1941, are finally being laid to rest in cemeteries across the United States. In 2015, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency exhumed nearly 400 sets of […]
  • Arizona ranked 5th-best state for elder abuse protections

    A personal finance website ranked Arizona the fifth best state for elder abuse protections.
  • Upscale Mexican restaurant Agave del Scottsdale to open early 2019

    Agave del Scottsdale will take over the old Butters Pancakes & Cafe at Hayden Road and Via de Ventura in Scottsdale when it opens its doors in 2019.
  • ADOT: No weekend freeway closures, part of Pecos Road closed

    There are no freeway closures scheduled this weekend, but a section of Pecos Road will be closed, the Arizona Department of Transportation said Thursday. 
  • Pearl Harbor has been memorialized all across Arizona

    Pearl Harbor is 3,000 miles from Arizona, but the naval base that came under attack 77 years ago has been memorialized all across the Grand Canyon State.
  • Listeners fighting back after radio stations ban ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’

    “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” is on the outside looking in during after multiple radio stations banned the song from their holiday music playlists.
  • Phoenix City Council to vote on $230M deal that would keep Suns downtown

    The Phoenix City Council will vote Wednesday on a $230 million renovation deal that would keep the Phoenix Suns downtown.
  • Floating islands placed in Tempe park to improve water, habitat quality

    Four floating islands were placed in the pond at Tempe's Selleh Park in an effort to improve water quality and wildlife habitats, the city announced Thursday.
  • Trump expected to pick State spokeswoman for UN ambassador

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is expected to announce he will nominate State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, officials familiar with the plans said Thursday. Two administration officials confirmed Trump’s plans. A Republican congressional aide said the president was expected to announce his decision by […]
  • Arizona flags lowered Friday to remember victims in Pearl Harbor

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings to be lowered to half-staff on Friday for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
  • November border arrests jump to highest in Trump presidency

    Border Patrol arrests in November jumped 78 percent from a year earlier to the highest level in Donald Trump's presidency, with families and children accounting for a majority for a third straight month.
  • HonorHealth breaks ground in north Phoenix on 6th hospital Thursday

    HonorHealth broke ground Thursday on its sixth hospital, the 210,000-square-foot Sonoran Medical Center in north Phoenix.
  • Man, woman drive from Arizona to Wyoming with kids in trunk

    A man and woman admit in court they drove from Arizona to Wyoming with two children in the trunk of their car.
  • Former Attorney General William Barr may get old job again

    WASHINGTON (AP) — William Barr, who served as attorney general under President George H.W. Bush, has emerged as a top contender for that job in President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, two people familiar with the president’s selection process said Thursday. The appointment of a new attorney general would come at a precarious time as special counsel […]
  • Arrest made in gun incident that led to Phoenix-area high school lockdown

    Police arrested a teenager believed to be responsible for a gun incident that led to the lockdown of Verrado High School on Wednesday.
  • American-made tools: Perfect holiday gifts for a do-it-yourselfer

    The “Rosie on the House” staff has put together a collection of tools from outstanding American companies that can be purchased separately or in a kit.