Top Clicks of February 2017

Mar 1, 2017, 11:59 AM

Each month in 2017, will feature the top 10 stories from the past month.

February’s headlines on our site were dominated by a Phoenix-area teacher who resigned after tweeting that immigrants should be killed instead of deported. Our stories about a Grammy-winning artist reducing the price of her Phoenix mansion and a potential development to rival Walt Disney World being built south of the Phoenix area were also popular.

Undocumented immigrant deported after ICE detainment in ArizonaAn undocumented immigrant detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement overnight in Arizona was deported Thursday, an attorney said.Read the full story. I-10 construction to shut down freeway exit south of Phoenix for 2 yearsFreeway drivers south of Phoenix should expect to take a detour for the next two years because of road construction on Interstate 10.Read the full story. Arizona DPS reopens I-10 freeway ramps in Phoenix after anti-Donald Trump rallyThe Arizona Department of Public Safety has reopened two Interstate 10 freeway ramps on Friday following a protest against President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.Read the full story. Arizona congressman says President Donald Trump is ‘mentally unstable’An Arizona congressman said Friday that President Donald Trump is “mentally unstable.”Read the full story. Arizona law enforcement cautious of Trump order to enforce immigration lawsCiting limited resources and Arizona’s controversial history, many local and state law enforcement officials said they have no plans to amp up their immigration enforcement in light of a presidential executive order calling for them to crackdown on illegal immigration.Read the full story. Arizona State University pulls out of Arizona Coyotes arena dealArizona State University has pulled out of a deal that would have brought the Arizona Coyotes to Tempe.Read the full story. Developers seek to build Walt Disney World-like resort in southern Arizona cityArizonans may not have to travel to Disney World much longer: A Florida-based company is looking to develop a 1,500-acre destination resort near Casa Grande.Read the full story. Grammy-winning artist Alicia Keys reduces price of Phoenix mansionFifteen-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has reduced the asking price for her Phoenix home to $3.2 million, down from $3.85 million.Read the full story. Top story: Phoenix-area teacher resigns after tweeting about killing immigrantsA Phoenix-area teacher resigned Monday after she sent several tweets about killing immigrants instead of deporting them.Read the full story.

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