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  • As voting fight moves westward, accusations of racism follow

    Democrats are escalating their charges that the Republican push for tighter state voting laws is designed to make it hard for people of color to vote.
  • MCSO unveils new helicopter dedicated to fallen deputy

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office unveiled a new rescue helicopter Friday, dedicated to a deputy who lost his life in the line of duty.
  • 5 new Windows trick you’ll wish you knew before now

    Here are five new Windows tricks to try out that include screen sharing and a better way to organize files.
  • 3 reasons why you should reject the micro-investing trend

    Micro-investing isn’t the worst thing you could do with your money, but you'd still be better off with a long-haul strategy.
  • US, China agree to cooperate on climate crisis with urgency

    The United States and China, the world's two biggest carbon polluters, have agreed to cooperate with other countries to curb climate change.
  • After child dies, US regulator warns about Peloton treadmill

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said children and at least one pet were pulled, pinned and entrapped under a treadmill.
  • A close image of a pair of hands washing with soap bubbles

    Hand-washing station drive to address lack of running water in tribes

    A lack of running water and indoor plumbing has contributed to disprortionate COVID-19 rates in tribal land. The Clean Hands Program hopes to address this.
  • Supreme Court takes up case on coronavirus relief funding for tribes

    The U.S. Supreme Court will determine who is eligible to receive more than $530 million in federal COVID-19 funding set aside for tribes last year.
  • Off-road party thwarted by Avondale Police results in 8 arrests, 1 DUI

    A police bust resulted in eight arrests for trespassing and one DUI, halting a scheduled "off road" party in river bottom areas near Avondale.
  • US West prepares for possible 1st water shortage declaration

    Dropping water levels could trigger the federal government's first-ever official shortage declaration and prompt cuts in Arizona and Nevada.
  • Arizona reports 480 new COVID-19 cases, no additional deaths Saturday

    Arizona public health officials on Saturday reported 480 new coronavirus cases on Saturday and no additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • Country singer Eric Church to bring latest tour to Glendale in 2022

    The Gather Again Tour will kick off this fall in Kentucky, before making its way to Gila River Arena in Glendale on May 14, 2022.
  • ASU and Starbucks partner on research and innovation facility

    Arizona State University and Starbucks have joined together to launch a new research and innovation facility, officials announced Thursday.
  • Options for what to do with your old smartphones

    If you have a drawerful of old cellphones, unless you sell them outright, you basically have four choices to choose from - repurpose, donate, trade in or recycle.
  • As America embraces early voting, GOP hurries to restrict it

    Nearly seven of every 10 voters cast their ballots before Election Day in 2020. Republicans are moving to make it harder for that to happen again, potentially affecting the voting preferences of millions of Americans.
  • After outcry, WH says Biden will lift refugee cap in May

    Facing swift blowback from allies and aid groups, the White House on Friday said President Joe Biden plans to lift his predecessor’s historically low cap on refugees by next month, after initially moving only to expand the eligibility criteria for resettlements.
  • Lawyers say Arizona’s fine over prison care could reach $23M

    Lawyers representing Arizona prisoners say a third round of contempt of court fines against the state for failing to improve health care for incarcerated people could reach as high as $23 million.
  • Arizona working with FEMA to open Pima County vaccination site

    Arizona officials said Friday the state is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to open a long-awaited mass vaccination site in Pima County by the end of the month.
  • Former officer at Phoenix prison sentenced for sexually abusing inmate

    A former federal prison officer who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing an inmate in Phoenix was sentenced Thursday to eight months behind bars.
  • GCU to hold ceremonies for record graduating class next week

    Grand Canyon University will honor a record graduating class of around 28,000 students with in-person ceremonies starting next week.