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  • Flags lowered for firefighter killed in Ariz.

    Gov. Jan Brewer has ordered flags to be lowered in honor of a Yuma firefighter who was killed when his brush truck rolled over in rough terrain southwest of Tucson.
  • Arizona shelter goes online to reunite pets

    Maricopa County Animal Care and Control has launched a Twitter feed called No Lost Pets Maricopa. It allows owners to get updated information on animals coming into the shelter.
  • Arizonans urged to get ready for monsoon storms

    Arizona's summer rainy season has yet to arrive, but state officials wants residents to prepare for the start of severe afternoon thunderstorms that produce lightning, high winds and flash flooding.
  • Judge rejects bid to join Ariz. redistricting case

    Federal judges who will consider a challenge by Republicans to Arizona's map of new legislative districts are refusing to let the state public campaign funding commission participate in the court case.
  • Section of street to be named after Mofford

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and other officials on Sunday will dedicate a section of street in Phoenix in honor of Rose Mofford, Arizona's first female governor.
  • Prosecutors: Settlements near in Navajo fraud case

    Prosecutors reviewing a civil case that accuses dozens of Navajo Nation officials of fraud say they're looking to dismiss charges against some of the defendants.
  • New front expected in fight over Arizona law

    An upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision, which is expected to uphold the most controversial part of Arizona's immigration law, won't end disputes over whether local police can enforce immigration law.
  • Arizona candidate blasts federal health care law

    Arizona Republican congressional candidate Ron Gould is getting attention for a new ad in which he blasts a copy of President Barack Obama's health care reform legislation with a shotgun.
  • Tucson school district facing tough choices

    The Tucson Unified School District says it's once again being forced to consider closing more schools because of what it calls an "alarming" financial outlook.
  • Flashlight bombs puzzle Phoenix authorities

    Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Flick the switch on these flashlights and they don’t light up. They blow up. Three of these bombs have exploded within the last month in the Phoenix area, causing minor injuries to five people and raising fears of more serious ones. Police still have no idea who is behind them […]
  • Study: Hispanics more likely to die waiting for heart transplants

    Numbers gathered from the U.S. Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network show that Hispanics are 51 percent more likely to die waiting for a heart transplant than white patients.
  • $1.1M of marijuana seized in Arizona desert

    Border Patrol agents seized 94 bundles of marijuana from a vehicle abandoned in the Arizona desert on Thursday.
  • Police seeking help in solving Glendale robberies

    Police are searching for a suspect who may have robbed three Glendale stores.
  • Glendale approves arena management deal for Coyotes

    The city of Glendale has voted in favor of an arena management fee agreement that will most likely keep the Phoenix Coyotes in the Valley for the next 20 years.
  • Council member: Coyotes deal ‘good for Glendale’

    As the controversy surrounding the approved Phoenix Coyotes deal grows, a Glendale council member spoke out in favor of the deal.
  • Arpaio’s lawyers respond to civil rights suit

    Attorneys for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio have asked a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit that claims his office carried out a pattern of discrimination against Latinos in its immigration patrols.
  • Man indicted for 7 bank robberies west of Phoenix

    A federal grand jury has indicted a man who allegedly robbed seven banks west of Phoenix since last August.
  • Goldwater Institute: Glendale missing significant portions of Coyotes deal

    The city of Glendale may be working towards an agreement to keep the Phoenix Coyotes in Glendale, but the city may be working without all the facts, the Goldwater Institute said. “They just voted on a contract they don’t have the financial justification to explain,” said Starlee Rhoades, Executive Vice President at the Goldwater Institute […]
  • Watch LIVE: Glendale deciding Coyotes’ fate

    The city of Glendale is currently discussing the future of the Phoenix Coyotes in the Valley and a proposed arena management deal with prospective owner Greg Jamison.
  • Victim dies from burns after Phoenix explosion

    Authorities say a man who was severely burned in an explosion and fire at a Phoenix trucking business has died.