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    Gilbert woman born without uterus raising funds for surgery

    A Gilbert woman who needs reconstructive surgery to create a uterus and other genitalia necessary for pregnancy has made international news with her quest.
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    ASU welcomes record freshman class size for fifth year in row

    Arizona State University will welcome a record number of freshmen students for the fifth year in a row, the school announced Tuesday.
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    Hispanic community, others condemn possible Arpaio pardon

    A group of Latino community leaders, elected officials and others said Tuesday that former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio must not be pardoned.
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    APS gets approval, will hike monthly power bills in Phoenix area

    APS customers will soon be paying more to keep the lights on every month after the state corporation commission approved a price hike on Tuesday.
  • A white nationalist demonstrator, bloodied after a clash with a counter demonstrator,  talks on the radio receiver at the entrance to Lee Park in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency and police dressed in riot gear ordered people to disperse after chaotic violent clashes between white nationalists and counter protestors. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

    Trump says it anew: Blame ‘on both sides’ in Charlottesville

    President Donald Trump returned Tuesday to his assessment that "there is blame on both sides" after deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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    University of Phoenix Stadium on list to host World Cup games

    University of Phoenix Stadium has hosted its share of soccer games, but its biggest billing ever in the sport could be on its way: a World Cup match.
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    Dave Ramsey says: Write check to cover roof work instead of financing

    Skip financing the addition of solar panels on the roof if you've got the savings to pay for it, money guru Dave Ramsey advises a man named Michael.
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    Phoenix-area police searching for man impersonating an officer

    Phoenix-area police were searching for a man who has called several people in Avondale pretending to be a police officer.
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    Pressured by government, Uber agrees to protect rider data

    Ride-hailing service Uber has agreed to protect customer data and audit the use of rider information to settle a complaint filed by the federal government.
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    Main Street Minute: Arizona Make-A-Wish receives generous donation

    Children's nonprofit Make-A-Wish has received a half-million-dollars from Valley health-and-wellness company Isagenix International.
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    Trump re-election campaign cries censorship after CNN won’t air ad

    President Donald Trump's re-election campaign claimed Tuesday that CNN refused to air an advertisement released earlier this this week.
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    Judge orders Arizona to pay Planned Parenthood’s legal fees

    The state of Arizona has been ordered to pay Planned Parenthood of Arizona and other abortion providers more than $600,000 in attorney fees and other costs spent fighting a since-repealed law.
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    Trump retweets negative post about himself by accident

    President Donald Trump retweeted then deleted a message that called him a fascist and retweeted then deleted a cartoon of a train running over a reporter.
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    Wrong-way accident shuts down Interstate 17 near Phoenix

    Four people were injured in a wrong-way accident that shut down Interstate 17 South about 40 miles north of Phoenix, early Tuesday.
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    Funny dad shows lots of ways to put a kid to bed

    One man demonstrated how different he thinks dads act when putting their kids to bed, from the fast dad, the tired dad and the patient dad.