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  • U.S. Marshals arrests man accused of sexual assault on minor

    A man accused of sexually assaulting a minor in 2018 was found in Mesa, authorities said Thursday.
  • Here’s why Google Trends is a useful business tool

    Here's why Google Trends is a useful tool for anyone involved in business development or marketing.
  • Phoenix high school teacher wins Gaydos & Chad’s teacher tribute

    A Phoenix teacher who currently works with high school students has been named KTAR News 92.3 FM's Gaydos and Chad Show's Pay Tribute to a Teacher winner for April, presented by Your Valley Toyota Dealers.
  • Biden, GOP senators upbeat, plan more infrastructure talks

    After meeting at the White House, President Joe Biden and a group of Republican senators agreed to talk again early next week as negotiations intensified over a potentially bipartisan infrastructure package.
  • States, business sort out what new CDC mask guidance means

    More than a dozen states quickly embraced new federal guidelines that say fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear masks indoors or out in most cases. But other states and cities and some major businesses hesitated amid doubts about whether the approach is safe or even workable. As many business owners pointed out, there […]
  • Conservative group boasts of secret role in voting laws

    The head of a national conservative group told supporters it secretly helped draft legislation in Republican-controlled statehouses across the country as part of a coordinated network of organizations pushing to tighten voting laws across the country.
  • Ex-Border Patrol agent denied bail in Arizona rapes

    A retired Border Patrol agent arrested in connection with rapes two decades ago in at least four Arizona communities has been denied bail following a hearing that included testimony from one distraught victim and details of a struggle during the arrest.
  • Ducey orders flags at half-staff for National Peace Officers Memorial Day

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey ordered flags at half-staff Saturday in honor of National Peace Officers Memorial Day.
  • ‘Cold’: Man convicted of Yost killing may have ties to 2nd unsolved death

    A former police detective believes the man convicted of killing Joyce Yost might also have played a role in the unsolved disappearance of another Utah woman.
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    Arizona Sen. Fann has ‘confidence’ in audit but is ‘disappointed’ it’s not done

    Arizona Senate President Karen Fann said Friday she hasn’t lost confidence in the contractors working on the Maricopa County election audit but was hoping they would be done faster.
  • ASU’s Cronkite School names Battinto Batts as dean

    Almost a year after fallout from the school's choice leadership choice, Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has a new dean.
  • Following federal guidelines, Valley cities begin lifting mask mandates

    Officials in Valley cities are lifting mask requirements in accordance with new federal COVID-19 guidelines.
  • At least 1 county official rejects Arizona Senate’s election audit meeting request

    At least one member of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, Republican Clint Hickman, is refusing to attend a meeting requested by the Arizona Senate about the ongoing election audit.
  • Silver Alert canceled after 83-year-old man found safe in Phoenix

    A Silver Alert was canceled Friday after an 83-year-old man who was missing in Phoenix was found safe.
  • Think Tank discusses taxes and rates with an expert

    Every year around tax time the Think Tank takes a look at taxes.
  • Bisbee evacuation orders lifted after wildfire brought under control

    Evacuation notices were lifted Friday for a Bisbee neighborhood that was threatened by a wildfire on the outskirts of the former mining town in southeastern Arizona.
  • Arizona reports 854 new COVID-19 cases, 9 additional deaths Friday

    Arizona public health officials on Friday reported 854 new coronavirus cases and nine additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • Arizona man charged for alleged threats against Nebraska schools

    An Arizona man was charged Thursday in connection with a series of threats made to schools and other institutions in Nebraska last month.
  • MCSO deputies shoot man claiming to have bomb in Queen Creek Walmart

    Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputies said they shot a man claiming to have an explosive device in a Queen Creek store Thursday night
  • 100 Club of Arizona describes National Police Week as empty this year

    For the second year in a row, families of fallen police officers will not be able to go to Washington, D.C., where line of duty deaths are recognized and honored by adding their names to the national memorial.