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  • Phoenix Police shoot man suspected to have been part of armed robbery

    A Phoenix Police Department officer shot a man who is accused of being part of an armed robbery and allegedly raised his gun at the officer.
  • Arizona reports 939 new COVID-19 cases, 16 additional deaths Saturday

    The Arizona Department of Health Services on Saturday reported 939 new coronavirus cases and 16 additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • Laboring to remain healthy: COVID-19 takes toll on Arizona farmworkers

    The protocols were necessary to protect Yuma’s top industry, which depends on migrant workers – whom Gov. Doug Ducey declared essential when the pandemic began more than a year ago. Yuma is one of the nation’s major producers of vegetables, with the produce ending up in kitchens across the U.S.
  • Arizona Game and Fish asks people to avoid helping baby wildlife

    The Arizona Game and Fish Department is asking the public not to interfere with seemingly abandoned baby animals.
  • Valley Metro seeks artist for streetcar opening in Tempe

    Local artists are invited by Valley Metro to create and submit their artwork for a poster to celebrate the opening of the new streetcar in Tempe.
  • Arizona provides $500K to combat veteran homelessness

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and the state's Department of Housing announced Thursday $500,000 for the United States Veterans Initiative.
  • Liaison rebuffs Hobbs’ concerns over audit process in Maricopa County

    The Arizona Senate liaison for the audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 election on Friday rebuffed concerns the Arizona Secretary of State has over the process of the hard count of the 2.1 million ballots.
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    Man faces DUI, manslaughter charges for wreck that killed girl in Phoenix

    The man allegedly driving a car that crashed into an armored vehicle in west Phoenix two months ago, resulting in the death of an 11-year-old girl, was arrested on multiple counts Thursday.
  • Arizona DPS providing security to Secretary Hobbs over threats

    The Arizona Department of Public Safety is providing security for Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in response to threats made to the Democrat over her opposition of the state Senate's audit of Maricopa County election results.
  • Tiger Woods’ PopStroke lines up 2 mini golf courses for metro Phoenix

    PopStroke, a company co-owned by golf legend Tiger Woods, has lined up a new venture in metro Phoenix: a pair of entertainment centers featuring 18-hole putting courses.
  • 11-month-old in critical condition after being pulled from Scottsdale pool

    An 11-month-old was in critical condition Friday after being pulled from a pool at a Scottsdale residence, authorities said.
  • Checks on way to APS customers as part of $24M settlement

    Nearly a quarter of a million checks are on their way to Arizona Public Service customers as part of a $24 million settlement over misleading service plan information.
  • Funeral procession to begin final goodbyes to Chandler Officer Farrar

    Family, friends, colleagues and the greater community will begin the formal process of saying goodbye to Chandler Police Officer Christopher Farrar with a motorcade Friday followed by a viewing.
  • Cinco de Mayo weekend DUI arrests in Arizona up over previous years

    After a tame 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the number of Arizona drivers arrested for DUI went up again over the Cinco de Mayo weekend.
  • Arizona reports 820 new COVID-19 cases, 24 additional deaths Friday

    Arizona reported 820 new coronavirus cases and 24 additional deaths from COVID-19 on Friday, and the state surpassed the 3 million mark for people getting at least one vaccine dose.
  • Man accused of breaking order on group size for Grand Canyon hike

    A Washington state man is accused of defying federal regulations that limit the number of people who can hike rim-to-rim at Grand Canyon National Park.
  • DPS trooper shoots at driver after rundown attempt in Phoenix

    The Arizona Department of Public Safety said a trooper was nearly run over before he shot at a driver early Friday on a Phoenix street.
  • New Arizona law requires lifesaving measures in assisted living facilities

    Caregivers in Arizona are now obligated by law to perform lifesaving measures if a patient experiences a medical emergency while inside an assisted living facility.
  • Portion of Loop 101 in Scottsdale is the only freeway closure this weekend

    A portion of the Loop 101 in Scottsdale is the only scheduled Valley freeway closure this weekend, the Arizona Department of Transportation announced Thursday.
  • Tempe to hold summer job fair Saturday

    The city of Tempe will be hosting a job fair Saturday for several seasonal positions.