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  • Women accused of stealing credit card for Phoenix Target shopping spree

    Police are looking for two women who took a credit card stolen from a purse into the Target at 19th Avenue and Bethany Home Road on the morning of July 25. 
  • Primary election voters report issues at Maricopa County polling sites

    Some voters in metro Phoenix faced technical issues at various polling places Tuesday as primary election balloting began, problems that county officials were aware of beforehand.
  • Robber caught on camera without mask; customer leaves store, shoots 2

    They don't call them "stupid criminals" for nothing.
  • Sheriff Paul Penzone says office will work ‘ethically’ with ICE on detainees

    Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said Thursday his office had a legal responsibility to facilitate immigrant custodial exchanges with federal agencies, the day after dozens of people blocked the entrance to one of his jails in protest.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in horse abuse case

    Phoenix police are searching for a suspect in a case where a horse was abandoned in a trailer in southwest Phoenix in April. The horse was so injured that it had to be put down.
  • Rep. Martha McSally points to economy, military as GOP wins

    Midterm election talk of seats flipping from Republican to Democratic has some in the GOP a little worried. U.S. Rep. Martha McSally of Arizona is more hopeful.
  • Sharper Point: PCH Give-A-Thon is something we can all get behind

    KTAR's Phoenix Children’s Hospital Give-A-Thon is a chance to make a big difference in a lot of little lives -- something we can all get behind, regardless of political leaning.
  • Phoenix assault victim comes forward 20 years later

    A horrible secret held for two decades .. a woman tells Phoenix police she was sexually assaulted nearly 20 years ago.
  • Poll shows Arizona moderates edging away from red as primary nears

    Moderate voters in Arizona continue to inch away from Republican concerns and more toward Democratic preferences, as the primary election draws closer, according to a poll of likely voters.
  • Sharper Point: The kids are back in school — let’s party!

    I don't know how you feel about seeing the kiddos toddle off to school for another year of learning, but at our house, for several reasons, it's a party! 
  • Arizona schools chief Douglas makes safety priority for new session

    Students have been returning to school in Arizona for the past two weeks, and Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas said she hoped they were returning to safer classes.
  • Thieves break into unoccupied Chandler home, steal art, collectibles

    Chandler Police are calling this an unusual burglary. Pricey art work, including statues and figures were stolen from an unoccupied home.
  • Rep. Martha McSally continues to lead GOP’s Arizona primary race for Senate

    Rep. Martha McSally has lost a little ground in the GOP primary Senate race in Arizona, but she still has a healthy lead. She also still trails Democratic candidate Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, according to a poll released Wednesday.
  • 2 Phoenix banks get hit by different suspects in afternoon heists

    Two banks hit, two different suspects and money taken in both, but only one of them is being called a robbery.
  • Sharper Point: Loss of DPS trooper is shocking — even for the jaded

    Losing someone as young as Trooper Tyler Edenhofer must come as a huge shock to his brothers and sisters in law enforcement, people who believed that they couldn't be shocked -- because they’d already seen it all.