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  • House panel advances bill to expand farmworker visas, green card access

    Arizona representatives like Greg Stanton say the bill will make it easier for Arizona farmers to effectively meet their workforce needs.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Online banks are safer now than in the past

    If the online bank where you're considering opening an account is guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, that's a good sign of stability.
  • Gilbert Fire and Rescue rolls out its first ambulance service

    Gilbert Fire and Rescue unveiled its first ambulance service, with maintaining "fast and efficient response times" the main goal of the new asset.
  • Ginsburg hospitalized for treatment of chills and fever

    Ginsburg previously missed time this month for a 'stomach bug.' She's expected to be released from the hospital Sunday morning.
  • Deputy in incident involving amputee wants to clear his name

    An Arizona sheriff’s deputy under scrutiny for restraining and wrestling a 15-year-old quadruple amputee says he looks forward to clearing his name.
  • K9 shot, killed during officer-involved shooting in El Mirage

    The Glendale Police Department was investigating after an officer-involved shooting left a police K9 and the suspect dead Friday night, authorities said.
  • Students storm field at halftime of Harvard-Yale to protest

    During the Harvard-Yale football game, students from both schools occupied midfield at halftime after the Yale band had finished performing.
  • Bamboo Sushi coming to Phoenix’s Biltmore Fashion Park in December

    Biltmore Fashion Park will be the new home of the first Bamboo Sushi location in Arizona, the Portland-based Sustainable Restaurant Group announced.
  • Here’s what to do if Office won’t work on Mac after upgrading to Catalina

    Here's what to do if you upgraded to Catalina on yout Mac and now Microsoft Office won’t work.
  • Zinque to open 1st Arizona restaurant in Scottsdale Fashion Square

    Located in the new luxury wing of Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, the cafe and wine bar is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night gatherings.
  • 3 outfitter guides banned from Arizona forests over illegal operations

    Three outfitter guides have been banned from northern Arizona forests after being convicted of illegally operating commercial businesses.
  • Food insecurity in Arizona drops to lowest level in a decade

    Food insecurity has dropped in Arizona over the past few years and now is at the lowest level in a decade, according to a federal report.
  • Festival Fields Park in Avondale set for grand reopening

    The city of Avondale is planning to unveil a 30-acre expansion at Festival Fields Park during a grand reopening later this month.
  • Boy Scouts mortgage vast New Mexico ranch as collateral

    The Boy Scouts of America has mortgaged one of the most spectacular properties it owns, the vast Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico, to help secure a line of credit as the financially strapped organization faces a growing wave of new sex-abuse lawsuits. The BSA said Friday that it has no plans to sell the […]
  • Netanyahu’s woes mirror those of his ally Trump

    JERUSALEM (AP) — He was accused of using his high office to advance his personal political interests. He derided the investigation as a “witch hunt” fueled by “fake news” — an “attempted coup.” He counted on his right-wing base, his hand-picked attorney general and his media savvy to weather the crisis. Not U.S. President Donald […]
  • US officials: Don’t eat romaine grown in Salinas, California

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. health officials on Friday told people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, because of another food poisoning outbreak. The notice comes almost exactly one year after a similar outbreak led to a blanket warning about romaine. Officials urged Americans not to eat the leafy green if the label […]
  • Winter wonderland: Check out the Grand Canyon covered in snow

    Can a dusting of snow make Arizona’s beloved Grand Canyon even more beautiful than usual? Check out these photos and see what you think.
  • Asylum-seekers in Arizona are forced to wait in Mexico

    PHOENIX (AP) — Asylum-seekers who crossed the border in Arizona were bused to Texas Friday to be sent back to Mexico to wait for their hearings to wind through U.S. immigration courts, extending the practice across the entire border, a U.S. official said. U.S. authorities plan to run one bus a day from Tucson to […]
  • UArizona offers free med school tuition for in-state practice commitment

    The University of Arizona is taking on the state’s doctor shortage and student debt crisis with a new free tuition program for medical students.
  • Think Tank talks impeachment probe and latest Democratic debate

    The Think Tank discusses the impeachment probe and the latest Democratic debate this week with Tom Ryan and Chuck Coughlin.