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  • Student journalist scores big scoop in Trump-Ukraine story

    PHOENIX (AP) — A 20-year-old student at Arizona State University broke the news that a key State Department official who was involved in talks between President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian government had stepped down from his post. Andrew Howard, a managing editor of The State Press student newspaper, reported Friday evening that Kurt D. […]
  • Carlton Woodruff appointed as Director of Arizona Department of Revenue

    Interim director of the ADOR, Carlton Woodruff will now serve as the permanent director after governor Doug Ducey announced the promotion on Friday.
  • Researchers question Census Bureau’s new approach to privacy

    The U.S. Census Bureau recently undertook an experiment to see if census answers could threaten the privacy of the people who fill out the questionnaires.
  • Ex-official: Trump’s past phone-call memos also concealed

    The White House severely restricted distribution of memos detailing President Donald Trump's calls with foreign leaders, including Russia's Vladimir Putin.
  • Castles-n-Coasters: Discounted entry Sunday for food bank donations

    Thrill seekers will receive $10 admission on Sunday to Castles-n-Coasters in exchange for ten items to be donated to St. Mary's Food Bank.
  • Five Arizona schools awarded blue ribbon honors

    Five Arizona schools were recently named as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education.
  • Who can and who can’t use iOS 13, Apple’s latest mobile update

    Apple’s annual major update to their mobile operating system (iOS) usually brings up many questions for those who own the mobile devices.
  • ADOT completes I-10 expansion between Tucson, Casa Grande

    The latest expansion is part of a $74 million ADOT project to widen Interstate 10, which is set to be completed by the end of the year.
  • Italian restaurant Pizzicata opens doors on Saturday in Carefree

    The new restaurant will feature authentic Italian restaurants including salad, pasta and pinsa, which is an alternative to pizza.
  • House rebukes Trump on border wall, but he plans veto

    The House made a second attempt to overturn President Donald Trump's use of emergency powers to raid military base projects to pay for his border wall.
  • US probe of vaping illnesses focuses on THC from marijuana

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. health officials said Friday that their investigation into an outbreak of severe vaping-related illnesses is increasingly focused on products that contain the marijuana compound THC. Most of the 800 people who got sick vaped THC, the ingredient in marijuana that causes a high, according to the Centers for Disease Control […]
  • ACLU argues pregnant women wrongly returned to Mexico

    Civil rights groups are demanding an investigation into the practice of sending pregnant women back over the U.S.-Mexico border to wait out asylum claims.
  • US official: Trump’s special envoy to Ukraine has resigned

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Kurt Volker, a former U.S. ambassador to NATO caught in the middle of a whistleblower complaint over the President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, resigned Friday from his post as special envoy to the Eastern European nation, according to a U.S. official. The official said Volker told Secretary of State Mike Pompeo […]
  • Veteran-focused Arizona fire crew achieves hotshot certification

    The southern Arizona veteran-focused crew is the Bureau of Land Management's 13th certified Interagency Hotshot Crew across the nation.
  • Ex-Arizona state trooper pleads not guilty in sex extortion case

    The former Arizona state trooper accused of trying to extort multiple women he’d pulled over for sexual favors pleaded not guilty Thursday.
  • Phoenix accountant sentenced to 3 years in prison for stealing tax refunds

    A Phoenix accountant who catered to Hispanic communities has been sentenced to three years behind bars for stealing clients’ tax refund money.
  • How do we build strong families in Arizona?

    How do we build strong families in Arizona? The Think Tank talks to three professionals about their work on these issues.
  • Arizona lawmaker calling for censure of House Intelligence chairman

    An Arizona congressman has introduced a motion to censure Adam Schiff for his comments during hearing about the whistleblower report on President Trump's phone call with Ukraine's leader.
  • Chandler man allegedly terrorized wife at gunpoint, forced her to cut hair

    A Chandler man is accused of threatening his wife at gunpoint and forcing her to cut her hair during an ordeal that led to lockdowns at two schools Thursday.
  • Arizona nonprofit releases mental health app for first responders

    An Arizona nonprofit is making mental health care more accessible to first responders through the rollout of its Bulletproof app.