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  • Voters to decide if undocumented Arizona students pay in-state tuition

    Arizona voters in next year’s election will get to decide if undocumented students can once again pay in-state tuition at public universities and community colleges as well as qualify for state financial aid.
  • 78-year-old cross country runner to stop for event in Phoenix on way to DC

    A 78-year-old cross country runner making a trek from coast to coast over the next few months will take a pit stop in Phoenix on Wednesday for an event in his honor.
  • Maricopa County volunteers provided nearly $3M in value for virus response

    The dedication of volunteers in Maricopa County’s Medical Reserve Corps over the past six months have provided millions of dollars in economic value working on an effort to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials announced Monday.
  • Heat relief campaign and water drive launches in Phoenix

    A Valley heat relief campaign that protects the homeless population and at-risk individuals launched Monday, Phoenix Rescue Mission officials announced.
  • Group behind Maple & Ash to open new restaurant in Scottsdale Quarter

    The group behind the popular Maple & Ash steakhouse at the Scottsdale Waterfront will open another restaurant in the city later this year, the company announced.
  • Wildfire burning southwest of Crown King grows to more than 4,000 acres

    A wildfire burning seven miles southwest of Crown King that forced the evacuation of three nearby communities has grown to more than 4,300 acres as of Tuesday morning.
  • Suspect shot by Glendale police after armed robbery dies

    A suspect shot by Glendale police following an armed robbery at a store on Sunday morning has died, authorities said Monday.
  • US 60 between Globe and Show Low back open after closure due to wildfire

    A portion of US 60 between Globe and Show Low that was closed over the weekend due to a wildfire reopened Monday afternoon, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • Arizona GOP state senator who opposes audit says he can’t stop it

    One Arizona Republican Senator is speaking out against the ongoing Maricopa County election audit ordered by his own party’s leadership, but he said there’s nothing he can do to stop it.
  • Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine expanded to US children as young as 12

    U.S. regulators on Monday expanded the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12, offering a way to protect the nation's adolescents before they head back to school in the fall and paving the way for them to return to more normal activities.
  • Scottsdale shopping center announces $1.5M renovations are almost complete

    Developers of a shopping center at Tatum and Dynamite boulevards in Scottsdale said occupancy is almost full.
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    Pipeline cyberattack won’t hurt Arizona motorists, gas expert says

    Arizona gas prices are unlikely to rise as a result of last week’s cyberattack on a major U.S. pipeline, according to a national expert, and they might go down in some areas.
  • Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department camps

    Phoenix community centers to resume youth camps this summer

    Youth camps are back on at Phoenix community centers this summer after being wiped out last year by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Valley stroke center discusses signs of strokes and what to do if it happens

    KTAR’s Community Spotlight this month focuses on a Valley stroke center that responded to our own "Detour Dan" Beach two years ago, while also identifying the signs of a stroke and how to be prepared if one happens.
  • Capitol rioters make questionable claims about police

    At least a dozen of the 400 people charged so far in the Jan. 6 insurrection, including an Arizona man, have made dubious claims about their encounters with police protecting the U.S. Capitol.
  • Arizona reports 642 new COVID-19 cases, no additional deaths Monday

    Arizona public health officials on Monday reported 642 new coronavirus cases and no additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • Small plane crashes on Chandler freeway; 1 injured

    A small plane heading to a privately-owned airpark in metro Phoenix crashed on a freeway overpass Sunday, injuring one person.
  • Tanker rollover shuts down westbound I-10 in Chandler

    An overnight fiery tanker rollover kept part of Interstate 10 in Chandler shut down Monday as the early commuter hours got underway.
  • Phoenix activists want independent first responder unit for mental health

    A community activist group believes the fire department should not be in control of a program focused on handling 911 mental health calls in Phoenix.
  • Community colleges in Arizona gear up to offer 4-year degrees

    Community colleges throughout Arizona can offer four-year degrees starting this fall, but they’ll only be able to do so in limited areas.

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