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  • Phoenix mayor sees economic side of 1070

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said regardless of the decision by the high court, the SB 1070 law has done economic harm to the city.
  • Arizona spends $3M on 1070 defense

    Arizona has spent almost $3 million defending a controversial illegal immigration law for the last two years.
  • Brewer calls ruling of SB 1070 ‘a victory for the rule of law’

    Arizona Governor Jan Brewer released a statement on the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold portions of SB 1070. Brewer believes the “heart” of the law was upheld and she calls it “a victory for the rule of law,” adding later at a press conference, “It’s certainly not the end of our journey.” “Today’s decision by […]
  • Number of people forced from their homes highest in 15 years

    World Refugee Day was recently celebrated around the world and highlighted the 43.7 million people worldwide who were forced from their homes last year, the highest level in 15 years.
  • Body discovered in Phoenix house fire

    Firefighters said they discovered the body of a woman after putting out a fire at a Phoenix duplex.
  • Pet therapy succeeding at Valley hospitals

    Local hospitals continue to use pet-therapy to make life a little easier for those who are sick.
  • Protests scheduled now that SB 1070 ruling has come down

    Thousands of people rallied outside of the Tent City Jail Saturday to oppose Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jail policies. Many of them will be protesting again when the Supreme Court announces its ruling on Senate Bill 1070, which could come as early as Monday.
  • Group proposes foreclosure registry for Phoenix

    Phoenix is considering starting a registry of foreclosures in the city.
  • Author suggests military mindset to improve personal finances

    A person's financial problems could be solved by something taught by the military.
  • Bear attacks Tempe man at Tonto National Forest

    Arizona gaming officials say a Tempe man has been injured after a bear attacked him in his tent at Ponderosa Campground in the Tonto National Forest.
  • Three campgrounds closed near Payson due to bear attacks and sightings

    Tonto National Forest officials announced Sunday the order of a second temporary area closure due to a bear attack this morning on a sleeping male camper in the Ponderosa Campground, according to a news release. Campers have left the campground.
  • Arizona libraries prepare for new ‘obscenity’ law

    School and public libraries in Arizona are preparing for a new tough state law aimed at filtering obscene online content.
  • Pecos Fire sees increased containment

    Fire officials say containment is up on an eastern Arizona wildfire.
  • New law may boost Arizona craft-beer industry sales

    The growing Arizona craft-beer industry could boost sales in August when a new law allows restaurants, bars and liquor stores to sell glass "growlers" of draft beer to take home.
  • Pension funds in Arizona facing bleak future

    Arizona taxpayers are about to start paying more to prop up four of Arizona's ailing public retirement plans.
  • 12 rescued from burning boat in Lake Havasu

    The Coast Guard has rescued a dozen people from a burning boat in Lake Havasu in western Arizona.
  • Thousands of protesters rally outside of the Sheriff’s Tent City jail

    Critics of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio gathered Saturday for a vigil and rally to protest Tent City, the outdoor complex of canvas jail tents. Thousands of protesters rallied to demand an end to the Tent City jail. The crowd grew to nearly 3,000 demonstrators who came to voice their opinions about the Sheriff’s jail […]
  • June 25, 2012

    Phoenix Police Sergeant Darren Burch says Patrick was found inside his burned, white 1999 Lincoln Town Car.
  • Tucson motorcyclist killed in head-on collision

    TUCSON, Ariz. — An SUV crossed into oncoming traffic on a road just outside of Tucson and hit Tucson motorcyclist, killing him. Pima County sheriff’s Deputy Tom Peine said Saturday that the investigators found a baggy of marijuana in the SUV, driven by a 39-year-old woman whose name was not released. Deputies took a blood […]
  • No growth on Poco fire in eastern Arizona

    Crews say there has been no growth on an eastern Arizona wildfire and that they feel comfortable enough to start releasing some of the hundreds of firefighters assigned to the blaze.