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  • Rep. Schweikert can’t argue with Speaker Ryan’s decision to retire

    As a family himself, U.S. Rep. Paul Schweikert of Arizona can sympathize with House Speaker Paul Ryan's decision not to run for re-election to spend more time with his wife and children.
  • Democratic Party national chair has eye on Arizona special election

    A few upset victories over Republican candidates across the country has Democratic leaders hopeful of change in Arizona's upcoming special election.
  • Police searching for two Phoenix-area robbery suspects

    Police were searching for two suspects in Phoenix-area robberies. One was unassuming, but the other was an intimidating situation.
  • Arizona House Republicans favor training, arming campus ‘marshals’

    Arizona school districts would be able to opt in or out of having a "marshal" on campus, a protection idea that has gained support from Republican leaders, especially House Speaker J.D. Mesnard.
  • Police hoping for leads in Phoenix arson, murder cases

    Police were hoping the public had information that could lead them to the suspects in cases of arson and murder.
  • Biggs blames lack of VA reform for Shulkin’s ouster

    U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) said Thursday that ousted VA Secretary David Shulkin did not do enough to change the veteran health care system.
  • Police still hoping for clues in 16-year missing person case

    Alissa Marie Turney went missing from the Phoenix area when she was 17 on May 17, 2001.
  • Gosar, Schweikert among Arizona politicians to vote ‘no’ on spending bill

    Two House members from Arizona who voted no on the spending bill that President Donald Trump had threatened to veto remained adamant in their opposition Friday.
  • Arizona Rep. Gosar tears into $1.3T spending bill

    A $1.3 trillion spending bill that lawmakers planned to advance through Congress soon was "a piece of crap," U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona said Thursday.
  • Intelligence helping authorities in Arizona, US track down threats

    Each violent serial event that shocks the United States and elsewhere has taught authorities something, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said Wednesday.
  • Ducey introduces comprehensive plan to address school safety

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey introduced a plan on Monday that aimed to make schools and communities safer by tackling a whole host of issues.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in 2012 homicide

    The body of 23-year-old John Manger was found in the roadway at 87th Avenue and Camelback Road on Nov. 11, 2012. Police are looking for a suspect.
  • We made people try spicy chips for National Potato Chip Day

    In case you were unaware, Wednesday is National Potato Chip Day. To celebrate, we made some of our hosts and reporters try some varying flavors of chips.
  • Arizona politicians have no problem with choice of Mike Pompeo

    Arizona politicians working the nation's capital said former CIA Director Mike Pompeo was a good choice to replace fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
  • Arizona Rep. Biggs is ‘cautiously optimistic’ about Trump, North Korea

    A trip to North Korea could be in the works for President Donald Trump and Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona was hopeful that signaled improved relations ahead.