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  • Arizona Snowbowl is wrapping up 80th season this weekend

    Discounted lift tickets, live music, a DJ dance-off and food and drink specials are the parting offerings from Arizona Snowbowl as the mountain closes for the summer.
  • Teacher walkout won’t begin Friday, Chandler district tells parents

    An email from a Chandler school district official told parents that teachers will not begin a walkout Friday, but an organizer with Arizona’s RedforEd movement said they would not know for certain until voting was completed.
  • Morning Squeeze opens second location in Tempe

    Morning Squeeze, the popular breakfast and lunch spot in Scottsdale, has opened in its new downtown Tempe location.
  • Immigration court backlog likely to grow in face of cuts, experts say

    More than 684,000 cases are waiting to be heard in immigration courts across the country – 10,422 of them in Arizona – a number that is only expected to grow after the Trump administration cuts an immigrant legal assistance program this month.
  • Arizona Senate to hold school-safety proposal hearing

    An Arizona Senate committee was set to hold the long-delayed first hearing on Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's wide-ranging school-safety proposal.
  • Arizona man sentenced to prison for threatening to kill Rep. McSally

    An Arizona man who threatened several times to kill U.S. Rep Martha McSally has been sentenced to 15 months in prison.
  • Semi rolls over, accident closes Interstate 17 at Loop 101

    A semi truck carrying bags of concrete rolled over in Phoenix early Thursday, shutting down a freeway interchange shortly before the start of commuter hours.
  • Arizona Legislature OKs ban on harassment secrecy pacts

    The Arizona Legislature on Wednesday gave final approval to a proposal allowing victims of sexual misconduct to talk to police or testify in a criminal case even if they signed a non-disclosure agreement as part of a civil settlement.
  • Ducey announces two new VA homes in Flagstaff and Yuma

    Gov. Doug Ducey's office announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs approved construction costs for two new VA homes in Flagstaff and Yuma.
  • 2 black men arrested at Starbucks get an apology from police

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Rashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn’t use the restroom because he wasn’t a paying customer. He thought nothing of it when he and his childhood friend and business partner, Donte Robinson, were approached at their table and were asked if they needed help. The […]
  • Phoenix-area home shoppers better make up their minds quickly

    Home shoppers in Phoenix and around the nation need to be nimble because inventories are shrinking and homes are selling faster than ever.
  • Feud erupts between utility, US states over Colorado River

    Tension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused Arizona's largest water provider of manipulating supply and demand.
  • ‘Stop the Bleed’ teaches Tempe schools’ nurses life-saving techniques

    St. Luke’s Hospital and the Tempe Union High School District teamed up Wednesday to train the district’s eight school nurses in life-saving techniques in the event of a disaster.
  • Air quality across Arizona has improved despite population increase

    A report done by the American Lung Association showed that the air quality in Arizona has continued to improve. However, certain counties in the state did receive poor grades when it came to individual days of high pollution.
  • California reaches deal on National Guard border mission

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California has reached an agreement with the federal government that the state’s National Guard troops will deploy to the border to focus on fighting transnational gangs as well as drug and gun smugglers, Gov. Jerry Brown said. The announcement Wednesday came after a week of uncertainty in which President Donald Trump […]