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  • Arizona ballot initiative proponents unfazed by ‘millionaire’s tax’ ruling

    Proponents of an Arizona ballot initiative that would raise taxes on the wealthy to fund education weren’t fazed by a Massachusetts court ruling that struck down a “millionaire’s tax.”
  • Hearing on solar, wind energy project in Arizona, New Mexico wraps up

    Hours of testimony are being weighed as New Mexico regulators consider clearing the way for a $2 billion power line project to funnel wind and solar energy from New Mexico and Arizona to the rest of the Southwest.
  • Rights group worried about immigrants dying in custody

    A Vietnamese man's death in an Arizona detention center brought new attention to conditions for immigrants jailed in the U.S. as the Trump administration moves to detain more under its "zero tolerance" policy.
  • Phoenix police chief says shooting study would benefit officers, citizens

    Chief Jeri Williams said a study on the spike in police-involved shootings in the city would help protect officers and the community.
  • GOP immigration plans don’t have enough support, Arizona’s Gosar says

    U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona said the GOP's compromise immigration bill was "far from primetime" ready but added that neither proposal had enough support yet.
  • Grocery chain Safeway closing two Phoenix-area stores

    Safeway is closing two of its Phoenix-area locations to "strengthen operational efficiencies," the grocery chain announced.
  • President Trump signs executive order to end family separation policy

    President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday ending the process of separating children from families after they are detained crossing the U.S. border illegally.
  • Poll puts McSally in double-digit lead in Arizona GOP Senate primary race

    The GOP primary race for U.S. Senate in Arizona has taken a big turn in favor of Rep. Martha McSally, according to a poll of likely voters.
  • Arizona Senate candidate appeals Don Shooter’s eligibility

    A state Senate candidate filed a legal challenge Tuesday with the Arizona Supreme Court, contesting a lower court ruling that allows Don Shooter to run for office again.
  • Ex-Cardinals kicker Jay Feely selling Phoenix-area home for $2.65 million

    TV analyst and former NFL kicker Jay Feely's 7,000-square-foot estate in Queen Creek, southeast of Phoenix, was listed for $2.65 million.
  • Phoenix-area residents can now buy a car — from a vending machine

    The new way to buy a car is now nine stories high. Carvana, an online-only used car dealership based in Phoenix, has opened its new "vending machine" location in Tempe.
  • Saturn to return to Arizona skies in June

    Saturn, the ringed planet, is now near its best for all of 2018. The most distant planet known to the ancients, Saturn, is now moving to its annual opposition on June 27. 
  • $60K reward in case of Arizona park ranger missing since 1980

    The National Park Service has raised its reward to $60,000 in the case of a Chiricahua National Monument ranger who went missing more than 38 years ago.
  • Surprise could soon ban using cell phones while driving

    It may soon be unlawful for drivers to use cell phones and other handheld devices while driving in Surprise. The Surprise City Council discussed the proposed ordinance Tuesday.
  • US Marshals in Phoenix warn of nationwide phone scam

    The U.S. Marshals and the FBI are alerting the public of several nationwide scams by callers claiming to be U.S. Marshals, court officers, or other law enforcement officials.