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  • Arizona Senate election audit meeting still on without defiant county officials

    The Arizona Senate meeting about its controversial Maricopa County election audit will go on Tuesday with the head Cyber Ninja, but no county officials, in attendance.
  • Phoenix man accused of ramming car carrying girlfriend, his kids

    A Phoenix man has been arrested after allegedly ramming his girlfriend’s car that had his three children inside and then fleeing after the vehicle caught fire, authorities said.
  • Arizona Regent Karrin Taylor Robson joins GOP race for governor

    Republican Karrin Taylor Robson, a member of the board that governs Arizona’s public universities, has entered the 2022 race for governor.
  • Phoenix City Council to vote on easing mask mandate Wednesday

    As more Arizona cities loosen COVID-19 face mask requirements, the Phoenix City Council plans to vote on following the new federal guidelines at the formal meeting Wednesday.
  • Arizona reports 619 new COVID-19 cases, 14 additional deaths Tuesday

    Arizona public health officials on Tuesday reported 619 new coronavirus cases and 14 additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • US reaches out to Arab leaders on Israel, Gaza fighting

    Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his envoy reached out to Palestinian and regional Arab leaders as attacks between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers raged on.
  • Small plane lands safely on Mesa freeway during morning rush

    A pilot safely landed a single-engine airplane on a Mesa freeway during commuter rush hour Tuesday morning.
  • Phoenix realtor, first-time buyer give inside look at sizzling housing market

    As Arizona's housing market continues to boom, it seems as though the average buyer is getting squeezed out.
  • Tempe, Mesa to become latest Valley cities to ease mask requirements

    Tempe and Mesa on Monday became the latest Valley cities to announce an ease on mask requirements, with each soon dropping the mandate at public spaces.
  • UArizona researchers develop bacteria strain to battle bad breath in dogs

    Two University of Arizona associate professors have developed a way to quell bad breath in dogs, the school announced last week.
  • California Aeronautical University expands to Mesa airport

    California Aeronautical University announced last week it has opened a new campus at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa and is offering students year-round flight training and a variety of degree programs.
  • Poll shows Sen. Mark Kelly with leads over potential GOP challengers

    Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona, who faces reelection in 2022, holds comfortable but not insurmountable leads over his potential Republican challengers, according to recent polling.
  • 6 Phoenix police officers, 4 others exposed to unknown substance

    Six Phoenix police officers and four others were taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons on Monday evening after being exposed to an unknown substance, according to authorities.
  • Peoria police officer shoots, kills man during fight in gas station parking lot

    A Peoria Police Department officer shot and killed a 32-year-old man Monday evening during a fight in a gas station parking lot, according to authorities.
  • Israel strikes Gaza tunnels as truce efforts remain elusive

    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — The Israeli military unleashed another heavy wave of airstrikes Monday on the Gaza Strip, saying it destroyed militant tunnels and the homes of nine Hamas commanders. International diplomacy to end the weeklong war that has killed hundreds appeared to make little headway. Israel has said it will press on […]
  • Supreme Court to take up major abortion rights challenge

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court agreed Monday to a showdown over abortion in a case that could dramatically alter nearly 50 years of rulings on abortion rights. With three justices appointed by President Donald Trump part of a 6-3 conservative majority, the court is taking on a case about whether states can ban abortions […]
  • Biden boosting world vaccine sharing commitment to 80M doses

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Monday that the U.S. will share an additional 20 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines with the world in the coming six weeks as domestic demand for shots drops and global disparities in distribution have grown more evident. The doses will come from existing production of Pfizer, Moderna or […]
  • Former Phoenix teacher arrested on sex conduct, child molestation charges

    A former Phoenix high school English teacher who resigned from his position last month was arrested Thursday on child molestation charges, authorities said.
  • Taxpayer costs over Arpaio racial profiling lawsuit to eclipse $200M

    The costs to taxpayers from a racial profiling lawsuit stemming from former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s immigration patrols in metro Phoenix a decade ago are expected to reach $202 million by summer 2022.
  • Arizona falls out of top 10 in state economic outlook rankings

    For the second time in three years, Arizona is out of the top 10 in state economic outlook rankings in the American Legislative Exchange Council's annual report.