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  • Phoenix among US cities that have changed the most in past decade

    A recent ranking of the American cities that have seen the most change over the past ten years had Phoenix inside the top 15.
  • Main Street Minute: Breakfast chain opens 2nd Phoenix spot

    Popular breakfast spot Over Easy is opening another site in Phoenix and offering customers to the new place a nice discount on meals all weekend.
  • Kids, screens and parental guilt: Time to loosen up?

    Parents of small children have long been hearing about the perils of "screen time."
  • Sky Harbor runway to close for repairs in early 2018

    A runway at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport has been scheduled for a weekslong closure beginning early next year, officials said.
  • John McCain memoir, ‘The Restless Wave,’ coming in April

    NEW YORK (AP) — An upcoming memoir from Sen. John McCain has taken on new meaning since he first decided to write it.

    “The Restless Wave: Good Times, Just Causes, Great Fights, and Other Appreciations” is scheduled to come out in April, Simon & Schuster told The Associated Press on Friday. The publisher quietly signed up the book in February, without any formal announcement. In July, McCain disclosed he had been diagnosed with brain cancer and last month he said the prognosis was “very poor.”

    McCain, 81, was re-elected to a sixth term in the Senate in 2016. “This memoir will be about what matters most to him, and I hope it will be regarded as the work of an American hero,” said Jonathan Karp, president and publisher of Simon & Schuster’s flagship imprint. The book is expected to begin […]
  • Federal officials are working to target sexual harassment in Arizona Tribes

    A federal report cast a critical light on the Bureau of Indian Affairs response to sexual harassment complaints by Colorado River Indian Tribes workers.
  • Woman claims AMC Theatres in Glendale infested with bedbugs

    Officials with AMC Theatres said an auditorium at a Phoenix-area location reopened after a Valley woman claimed she encountered bedbugs in one of the seats.
  • Three cities in Arizona earn top ranks for advancing LGBT rights

    Three cities in Arizona were honored by a national campaign for their efforts to advance LGBT rights and gender equality and recognition in their towns. 
  • Off Central: Guitar-making school puts Phoenix on musical maps

    The Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery in Phoenix is giving students a foothold in the guitar building business and putting the Valley on musical maps.
  • Former Mesa officer charged with fatally shooting man to start trial

    The trial for a former Mesa police officer who was accused of shooting an unarmed Texas man to death last year is set to begin on Monday.
  • Exclusive: MCSO trains to handle underwater explosive devices

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office traveled to California recently to learn how to respond to underwater explosives planted by terrorists.
  • Scottsdale wants public input to design new city flag

    Scottsdale has reportedly turned to the public to come up with a new design for the city's flag. The city will accept design concepts through Oct. 27.
  • Unemployment rate in Arizona drops to 4.7 percent in September

    Arizona's unemployment rate dropped to 4.7 percent in September. Gov. Doug Ducey said it was the lowest rate in the state since January 2008.
  • Here’s what you need to know about Lost Lake Festival in Phoenix

    After months of speculation and waiting, the time has finally arrived: Lost Lake Festival is coming to Phoenix this weekend. Here is what you need to know.
  • Phoenix-area freeway closures may cause trouble for Lost Lake Festival

    A series of scheduled highway closures may contribute to some of the traffic heading to or from the Lost Lake Festival in downtown Phoenix.