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  • Mesa police searching for missing endangered man

    The Mesa Police Department is looking for missing 20-year-old Preston Anderson, who was last seen April 20 around 2 a.m., according to authorities.
  • Students from Arizona protest gun violence at state Capitol

    High school students occupied the House and Senate lobbies and the governor's office at the state Capitol Friday in the latest protest against gun violence.
  • Group trying to legalize cannabis in Arizona continue to gather signatures

    A pro-cannabis group continues its efforts to legalize marijuana in Arizona. The organizers of a petition drive say their effort is about a third of the way to its goal.
  • Diane Douglas: ‘our No. 1 priority is to our students’

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas joined KTAR News 92.3 FM's Mac & Gaydos Friday to discuss the recent decision from Arizona educators to hold a walkout on April 26.
  • D-backs, St. Mary’s Food Bank team up to stock school food pantries

    The ribbon has been cut and the pantries are being stocked at William Jack Elementary School and Desert Garden School in Glendale.
  • CDC expands warning in E. coli outbreak from Arizona lettuce

    The U.S. Centers for Disease expanded its warning Friday surrounding a multi-state E. coli outbreak tied to tainted romaine lettuce from Arizona, which has now sickened more than 50 people.
  • Think Tank: Education showdown!

    This week, Think Tank is going to talk firsthand with three of the educators who have been involved in these efforts to learn from them and find out more about why they have been marching and why they voted this week to walk out of school.  
  • ADOT: US 60 reopened following multi-vehicle crash

    The westbound lanes of the US 60 at Mill Avenue that were blocked due to an accident involving numerous vehicles on Friday have been reopened, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

    North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency said the suspension of nuclear and ICBM tests went into effect Saturday.
  • ADOT unveils safety message contest winner: ‘Buckle up, buttercup’

    Winners of the Arizona Department of Transportation’s safety message contest will see their words in lights on overhead signs throughout the state this weekend.
  • Doug Ducey uses 10 vetoes to tell lawmakers that teachers need raise

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has vetoed 10 pieces of legislation to send a message to the Legislature that he wants them to send him a state budget that boosts teacher pay.
  • School districts starting to announce closures for teacher walkouts

    The Alhambra Elementary School District and Paradise Valley Unified School District have announced they will close their schools due to the teacher walkout.
  • Arizona parents worry for children’s near-future after walkout vote

    The possibility of a long-term teachers' strike in Arizona looms after a vote to walk off the job, but even a short-term walkout has some parents both sympathetic and irritated over the decision.
  • She Said: Chef Wade’s food truck takes mac ‘n’ cheese to another level

    How can a food truck serve only one dish? Chef Wade’s Mac-N-Cheese provides a delicious answer with a menu full of inventive combinations.
  • Here’s everything you need to know about Pat’s Run this weekend

    The registration for Pat's Run is closed, but if you were lucky enough to get a spot, here are some things you'll need to know for race day in Tempe.