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  • Grad puts UA bike theft on map

    Elliot Montgomery hopes his hard work on a project while a student at the UA will make the campus a safer place.
  • Group alleges political meddling in wolf program

    The effort to return the Mexican gray wolf to the American Southwest has been fraught with legal disputes, illegal shootings, livestock deaths and emotion. Now a watchdog group is questioning the integrity of key scientific findings related to the endangered animal's recovery.
  • $20M claim filed in death of Arizona jail inmate

    The family of a man who died late last year while in custody in a Maricopa County jail filed a $20 million notice of claim Friday against Phoenix and the Sheriff's Office, alleging police and detention officers used excessive force against him.
  • Arizona goes out of state for logging contractor

    A Montana-based company said it will start thinning trees in northern Arizona this winter to make furniture and other wood products.
  • Maricopa County program targets strangulations

    Law enforcement and hospital officials in Maricopa County are launching a new domestic violence program targeting strangulation attempts.
  • Phoenix Children’s Hospital earns gold star in ‘U.S. News’ survey

    Phoenix Children's Hospital has been rated among the top 50 pediatric hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Gladiator Fire nearly contained

    Fire crews are close to fully containing the Gladiator Fire that had forced the evacuation of a historic mining town.
  • Tenn. judge stops Valley red-light vendors in tracks

    A judge in Knoxville, Tenn., has thwarted a bid by two red light traffic camera vendors to overturn a state law barring tickets involving right turns on red.
  • Glendale residents gather for arena vote

    Coyotes fans and arena opponents gather in Glendale for the City Council vote.
  • Parker man gets prison in shaken-baby case

    A Parker man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison in a shaken baby case.
  • Grand Canyon implements fire restrictions

    The Grand Canyon has become the latest place to ban campfires.
  • Arpaio’s lawyers set to respond to lawsuit

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's attorneys will respond in court Friday to a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit that alleges that Arpaio's office carried out a pattern of discrimination against Latinos in its immigration patrols.
  • Phoenix land meant for mall returns to state

    Phoenix land that was intended to be the site of a new mall is going back to the Arizona State Land Department.
  • Report: Arizona ranks last for child hunger

    A new report puts Arizona in a last-place tie with Oregon when it comes to child hunger.
  • Phoenix relying on new hotel to draw more groups

    Phoenix officials are hoping a new $90 million hotel will put the city closer to attracting some of the country's biggest events and conventions.
  • Arizona colleges among few moving toward ‘competency-based’ learning

    Rio Salado Community College and Arizona State University were cited Thursday as schools that are taking tentative steps toward "competency-based education," which recognizes student mastery of subjects rather than the number of hours spent in a classroom.
  • Police offer tips to vacationers for safeguarding home

    As you head out for vacation, be sure to safeguard your home.
  • Police will watch medical-pot dispensaries closely

    Agencies that will oversee medical marijuana in Arizona said they're going to keep an eye on crime around the over 100 dispensaries.
  • Many Americans plan to work while on vacation

    It's summer and that means vacation time.
  • Cold Stone Creamery opens store in Egypt

    Scottsdale-based Cold Stone Creamery is opening a shop in Egypt.