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  • Prescott police: Sex offender accused of assaulting girl

    Police say a Prescott man who allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted a teenage girl last week is a registered sex offender.
  • AIA clears schools named in Mountain Pointe coach leaked info scandal

    The Arizona Interscholastic Association has decided not to punish any of the teams named in the Mountain Pointe High School recruiting scandal.
  • Jimmy Carter hospitalized after fall at Georgia home

    ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Jimmy Carter had another fall at his home in Plains, Georgia, fracturing his pelvis and going to the hospital for treatment and observation, a spokeswoman said Tuesday. Carter Center spokeswoman Deanna Congileo described the fracture as minor. Her statement said that the 95-year-old was in good spirits at the Phoebe […]
  • ‘Brianna’s World’ teaches ASU social work students real-life experience

    Social work students at Arizona State University are gaining valuable experience without having to physically go anywhere.
  • Founder of popular Sedona eatery opens vegetarian cafe in Phoenix

    David Warr opened Giving Tree Cafe in early October near Seventh Street and McDowell Road, next door to popular vegan restaurant Green New American.
  • Mesa decreases items accepted in recycling program

    The city of Mesa has adjusted its recycling program by limiting the amount of accepted items in an effort to offset rising costs and contamination.
  • 2nd Sesame Street Place park opening in San Diego

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — There are plenty of sunny days to sweep the clouds away where SeaWorld is opening its next theme park. Officials with SeaWorld Entertainment and Sesame Workshop announced Monday that they are opening the country’s second Sesame Place park in San Diego in spring 2021. The first Sesame Place theme park opened […]
  • Arizona Native American leaders want adoption fraud probe expanded

    Following a report that a Maricopa County official's alleged adoption fraud might extend beyond the Marshall Islands, state Native American leaders called for an investigation.
  • Hit-and-run in Chandler leaves adult, 12-year-old child dead

    A hit-and-run in Chandler on Monday evening left a father and his young son dead, authorities said.
  • Rep. Biggs of Arizona fails to force vote on motion to censure Rep. Schiff

    Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Arizona, failed to force a vote to censure Rep. Adam Schiff over his handling of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
  • Arizona quietly suspends Medicaid work requirement

    Arizona quietly suspended plans to require about 120,000 people to work, volunteer or go to school to receive Medicaid benefits, as courts have taken a dim view of similar mandates in other states.
  • Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputy involved in fatal accident

    A Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputy was involved in a fatal accident in the West Valley on Monday afternoon, authorities said.
  • Phoenix-area soldier among 3 killed in weekend Army training accident

    One of the three U.S. Army soldiers killed in a training accident at a Georgia military base over the weekend was from the Phoenix area.
  • Queen Creek approves annexation of Encanterra resort community

    The Queen Creek Town Council agreed to annex the resort community of Encanterra, giving final approval to a process that started in June 2018.
  • Arizona receives $2.5M in federal grants to prevent school violence

    Two Arizona school districts and the state's executive office have been awarded more than $2.5 million in federal grants to help prevent school violence.
  • Baby girl who weighed under 1 pound at birth leaving Phoenix hospital

    A premature baby who weighed less than a pound at birth five months ago was on her way home from a Phoenix hospital for the first time Monday.
  • Scottsdale City Council OKs $300M Museum Square development

    The city of Scottsdale is moving forward with plans to turn a deserted transit station into a $300 million development that will include a hotel, residences and restaurants.
  • Developer with Arizona ties sentenced to 1 month in college scandal

    A developer with projects in the Phoenix area who was involved in the widespread college admission scandal was sentenced to 1 month in prison Friday.
  • Tempe police looking for man who robbed Alamo Drafthouse, stole car

    Police are looking for a suspect who robbed the Alamo Drafthouse in Tempe and stole an employee's car earlier this month. 
  • Canadian breakfast eatery bringing 1st US location to Scottsdale

    Canada-based eatery OEB Breakfast Co., first opened in 2009, is bringing its first U.S. location to Scottsdale next month.