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  • National Weather Service expecting dry, warm winter in Arizona

    While Arizona moved into fall on Friday, the National Weather Service said residents of the Grand Canyon State should expect a dry, warm winter.
  • Tucson shooting memorial picks up $61K from National Park Service

    A memorial park honoring the victims of a mass shooting in Tucson six years ago has received a big monetary boost from the National Park Service.
  • Arizona’s Biosphere 2 to investigate changes in oceans, rainforests, crops

    Biosphere 2, a massive research facility in southern Arizona, will soon be used to investigate changes in Earth's oceans, rainforests and crops.
  • McCain says he will not vote for latest Republican effort to repeal Obamacare

    Sen. John McCain said Friday he would not vote for the Republican Party's latest attempt to repeal Obamacare because it was not a bipartisan effort.
  • Glendale hoping IKEA, other businesses lead to investment boom

    Glendale said it was hoping the arrival of IKEA and several other companies in the next few years would spark an an investment boom in the West Valley city.
  • Arizona judge denies bid to dismiss prosecutors in college shooting case

    Attorneys for a former Northern Arizona University student charged in a 2015 fatal shooting on campus were denied a request to disqualify prosecutors.
  • Latinos in Arizona spent $42B on consumer goods in 2016, study finds

    Latinos in Arizona spent about $42 billion on consumer goods in 2016, a new study from the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce found. 
  • Car jumps curb in Glendale, fatally strikes bicyclist

    A man riding a bicyclist was killed early Friday after he was hit by a vehicle that jumped a curb on a Glendale street, police said.
  • Phoenix ranks best city in nation for fall weather, survey finds

    Nearly 80 percent of Phoenix residents said they enjoy the city's weather during fall, ranking it as the best city in the nation for autumn, a recent survey found. 
  • Prosecutors chime in on ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s pardon

    Prosecutors in former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's criminal case said past court decisions back up their claim that President Donald Trump's pardon nullifies the lawman's conviction.
  • Arizona tourism office, Chicago Cubs team up to bring Chicagoans to Valley

    The Arizona Office of Tourism has teamed up with the Chicago Cubs in an effort to bring Illinois residents to the Valley of the Sun. 
  • Arizona could lose $600M in 2020 under latest Obamacare repeal bill

    Arizona could lose as much as $600 million in federal funding for Medicaid expansion and the health exchange if the Graham-Cassidy bill passes in the Senate next week, the state's Joint Legislative Budget Committee estimated. 
  • Arizona-built spacecraft to slingshot around Earth on Friday

    A spacecraft that was designed and built in Arizona will slingshot around Earth on Friday as it makes its way to a nearby asteroid.
  • Amazon donates cactus sent to lure company to Tucson

    Amazon has donated a cactus sent to it by a Tucson group hoping to convince the company to open its second headquarters in Arizona.
  • Arizona ranked No. 10 most diverse state in nation, study finds

    Arizona is one of the most diverse states in the entire nation, ranking tenth most diverse in the U.S., a new study from WalletHub found.