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  • Chandler police searching for dog-napper, serial car burglars

    Chandler police were asking the public for help tracking down a suspect accused of stealing a dog and two men accused of leading a rash of car burglaries in a local neighborhood.
  • Sharper Point: Should Arizona take a chance on sports gambling?

    After the Supreme Court ruled that individual states can now permit sports betting, the question on everybody’s lips seems to be: Will Vegas-style sports gambling be coming to Arizona? 
  • Phoenix police looking for suspect in Subway store robbery

    Police are looking for a suspect who ordered a Subway sandwich, then threw a bank bag on the counter and demanded money when the employee rang up the order.
  • Sharper Point: Would a Diamondbacks move mean fewer fans?

    The Arizona Diamondbacks need more reasons for people to attend games - not fewer. Moving away from the center of the Valley won't help.
  • Gov. Ducey looks ahead to more work on safety for Arizona schools

    With a budget for state spending signed and teachers back in school after a walkout, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said he was committed to other ways to improve schools.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect of 1996 aggravated assault

    Allan Near's life was forever changed on Saturday, June 1, 1996. On that day, police believe he was beaten and robbed, leaving him with a severe head injury.
  • Opinion: Holy cow, Boy Scouts of America! Is nothing sacred anymore?

    The Boy Scouts of American are changing their name Scouts BSA and allowing girls to join. What’s next? Do they plan to also steal cookie recipes and start selling Thin Mints?
  • Woman survives brutal late-night assault, suspect still at large

    A woman was assaulted late at night in Phoenix back in March and police said the bearded suspect was driving a Volkswagen sedan.
  • Gov. Ducey promises teachers on walkout day he’s working on raise

    As teachers in Arizona prepared to walk out on the job Thursday and march through downtown Phoenix, Gov. Doug Ducey said he was spending the day working on a plan to get them back in the classroom.
  • Opinion: Paying tribute to Roy Hawthorne Sr., Navajo Code Talkers

    Roy Hawthorne Sr., a Navajo Code Talker during World War II, passed away last weekend. Here is why his sacrifice -- as well as the sacrifice of other Code Talkers -- was so integral to the United States' success in the war.
  • Arizona’s Lesko sets early priorities for new job in House of Representatives

    Republican Congresswoman-elect Debbie Lesko of Arizona had a full plate already hours after she won a special election to replace Trent Franks.
  • Tipirneni, Lesko diverge on hot-button issues of border security, gun control

    One day before the general special election, Congressional District 8 candidates Debbie Lesko and Dr. Hiral Tipirneni outlined their views on the divisive issues of border security and gun control.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in 2013 fatal hit-and-run

    Police need your help solving the hit-and-run death of Brian Chase. Brian was killed while driving west on Camelback Road at 46th Avenue. It was Thursday, May 9, 2013 about 7 p.m.
  • Phoenix family terrorized by burglar — not once, but twice

    A Phoenix family was burglarized twice in two days. Police said the suspect in the second burglary had a tattoo in the middle of his forehead.
  • Opinion: Could addiction be the cause of Phoenix’s rising homeless numbers?

    The Maricopa Association of Governments recently found the homeless people not staying in shelters has increased by 27 percent in the past year. Jim Sharpe says addiction could be to blame for the rising homeless population.