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  • After ten years, east Mesa to build new Marriott hotel

    East Mesa is getting a new hotel. After ten years, ground has been broken for a Residence Inn by Marriott near U.S. 60 and Crismon Road.
  • Bondsman tried to get Glendale teacher to not pay suspect’s bail

    A bail bondsman said he tried to talk an Arizona teacher out of putting up cash for a convicted felon multiple times before she did and later went missing.
  • Sedona makes list of America’s favorite small towns

    The results are in and Sedona has made a popular luxury travel magazine's list of America's favorite small towns as determined by readers.
  • West Phoenix Abrazo hospital to close before Christmas

    Valley-based Abrazo Community Health Network will be closing its west Phoenix campus before the end of the year, officials said Wednesday.
  • FBI searches for scarf-wearing suspect in 10 Valley robberies

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday it was looking for a man suspected of robbing at least 10 Phoenix-area businesses.
  • Phoenix police to begin landfill search for missing woman next week

    Police will begin to search a Phoenix-area landfill next week for the body of a woman whose boyfriend was arrested on homicide charges.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake keeping focus on job, not primary noise

    The effort to unseat Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake by his own party has gotten notice around the country, but the lawmaker said he has other things on his mind.
  • Phoenix woman sentenced for framing husband’s ex as stalker

    A Phoenix woman has been sentenced to five years in prison for framing her husband's ex-girlfriend as a stalker and setting up a "rape fantasy" scheme.
  • Phoenix-area city ranked best in nation to buy family home

    One Phoenix-area city was recently ranked as the best city in the country to purchase a family home, a recent report found.
  • Officials reviewing proposals for new Granite Mountain Hotshots memorial

    The Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial Partnership is reviewing submissions for a memorial to the 19 Prescott Fire Department firefighters who died in 2013.
  • How to protect yourself after Equifax breach

    There’s a 50-50 chance your information was included in the 143 million compromised by the Equifax breach, and people need to protect themselves
  • Domestic violence foundation kicks off in honor of Phoenix-area girls’ deaths

    An organization has been launched in honor of two Phoenix-area girls who were killed by their father in a domestic violence incident last year.
  • No evidence of arson in fire that damaged Bisbee City Hall

    Authorities say an investigation into a fire that caused substantial damage to the Bisbee City Hall found no evidence of arson or other criminal activity.
  • Bannon boosts Flake challenger, snubs Trump plea to back off

    Bannon doubled down on his criticism of the GOP establishment at a Tuesday night fundraiser for a challenger to Arizona's incumbent Sen. Jeff Flake.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake: Special interest groups benefiting from tax loopholes

    U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake introduced legislation Tuesday that targets special interest groups he claims benefit from eccentric tax loopholes.