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  • Glendale may shell out $325M in arena deal

    A proposed 20-year agreement for a new operator of Jobing.com Arena could come at great cost to Glendale residents.
  • Backers of proposed state measure claim enough signatures for ballot

    Supporters of a proposed state constitutional amendment to change how Arizona conducts its primary elections said they have collected enough voter signatures to get it on the November ballot.
  • Arpaio faces Friday deadline in civil rights suit

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's lawyers face a Friday deadline for responding in court to the U.S. Justice Department's civil rights lawsuit against the sheriff's office.
  • Couple arrested for abuse in man’s death

    Phoenix police say a man has died after being repeatedly abused and tortured by his sister and her husband.
  • Police ID 2 bodies found inside Phoenix home

    Authorities have released the identities of two men found shot to death inside a south-central Phoenix home.
  • Money flows as race to succeed Giffords enters final weeks

    Democrat Ron Barber had $390,000 on hand for the remaining two weeks of the campaign to succeed former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, compared to $83,000 for Republican Jesse Kelly, according to new campaign reports.
  • Panel: U.S.-Mexico border issues hinder economic opportunities

    The U.S.-Mexico border holds a huge opportunity for increased trade and job creation, but it has become increasingly difficult to develop those opportunities since 2000, experts said Friday.
  • Book chain apologizes to Scottsdale man for ejection

    A Scottsdale man forced to leave a Barnes and Noble bookstore because he was in the children's section without any kids has received an apology from the bookseller.
  • BASIS formula pushes Arizona charter schools to top of national rankings

    Walk into a BASIS school and you will realize within five minutes that something is different, says John Hillis.
  • Breast-cancer survivor helps others get second opinion

    When it comes to breast cancer a second opinion can be the difference between life and death.
  • Maricopa County judge censured for misconduct

    The Arizona Supreme Court has publicly censured a judge for misconduct in office.
  • Feds, tribal officials to break ground on massive Navajo-Gallup pipeline

    Federal and tribal representatives will break ground Saturday morning on the first phase of the $1 billion Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, which could eventually bring water to a quarter-million people.
  • Scottsdale at odds with club over fire-code violations

    It's been going on for two years.
  • Stanton: Defense cuts could be ‘devastating’ to region’s economy

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton met with politicians and aerospace-industry executives in Washington Monday to discuss the impact that automatic defense budget cuts could have on jobs in Phoenix and around the country.
  • Smartphone app could show school lunch menu

    The Chandler Unified School District could have an iPhone application by the end of next school year that will let parents see what is on the menu for school meals.
  • Arizona 911 dispatchers being trained to identify cardiac arrest faster

    Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in Arizona and across the country.
  • Study: New moms not breastfeeding enough

    As experts continue to stress the importance of breastfeeding, Center for Disease Control researchers said only one-third of new moms breastfed as much as they'd hoped.
  • Investors turn to college towns for rental properties

    Looking to buy a stable rental property that will bring in money no matter how the economy is?
  • New equipment makes lawn mowing in Arizona heat easier

    With the temperatures over 100 degrees, many people don't want to spend a lot of time mowing their lawn.
  • Study: Allergies linked to higher risk of cancer

    A new study from the University of Washington Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center suggests that your risk of getting a blood cancer such as lymphoma or leukemia goes up if you have allergies to plants, trees, or grass.