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  • 2 dead following early morning shooting in Glendale

    Two men have died following a shooting near 63rd and Maryland avenues on early Sunday morning, according to Glendale police.
  • How to keep back-to-school time from busting your budget

    The National Retail Federation reports parents plan to spend $696 on back-to-school supplies this year. Isn’t that crazy? But if you plan ahead and pay with cash, you’ll feel a lot better when it's all over.
  • Gilbert announces inaugural Oktoberfest event for 2019

    Gilbert's Oktoberfest is filled with different things to do, including a KB Kornhole tournament, a stein holding competition and weiner dog races.
  • Avondale hires former Phoenix police veteran as assistant chief

    The West Valley suburb of Avondale has hired former Phoenix police veteran Louis Tovar as its new assistant chief.
  • West Valley welder melts stereotypes in field dominated by men

    Goodyear welder Rachel Miller, a former social worker, is a modern-day Rosie the Riveter, doing a job that’s mostly done by men.
  • Gun control advocates call for new gun laws at rallies

    Gun control advocates rallied around the country on Saturday, seeking to pressure Congress to tighten the nation's gun laws after recent mass shootings.
  • 9-month-old boy pulled from bathtub in extremely critical condition

    An 9-month-old boy was pulled from a bathtub without a pulse at a home near the corner of 33rd and Harmont drives in Phoenix, authorities said.
  • Scottsdale hotel will feature two Giada De Laurentiis restaurants

    Arizona food fans can mark their calendars for the year 2021 when celebrity chef and Food Network star, Giada De Laurentiis, opens two new restaurants.
  • Philadelphia standoff suspect charged with attempted murder

    Authorities have said that the criminal background of suspect Maurice Hill should have prevented him from legally owning the firepower.
  • Phoenix looks to be next big city with citizen police review

    PHOENIX (AP) — Dozens of people, mostly African Americans, huddled around tables scattered across a church gymnasium on a recent evening, discussing past run-ins with Phoenix police officers and ways to hold them accountable. In a city still stinging from a video of officers pointing guns and cursing at a black family this summer, the […]
  • Windows 10 has vulnerabilities, but far fewer than Windows 7

    Most users of Windows 10 are set up to automatically update the operating system whenever Microsoft releases an update. You probably had the recent critical update installed already.
  • Pop-up ‘bar’ brings alcohol-free nightlife to Phoenix this weekend

    Cultura, a group dedicated to creating an alcohol-free nightlife experience in Phoenix, is holding its first pop-up "bar" event Saturday night.
  • Eggstasy celebrating new Chandler store with lifetime pancakes contest

    The grand opening takes place Aug. 24 with food items including lemon ricotta pancakes, stuffed brioche French toast and chicken chilaquiles.
  • Arizona ranked among bottom half of states to have a baby

    WalletHub ranked all 50 states and Washington, D.C., using four variables to figure out which areas reign supreme when it comes to having a baby.
  • ‘Deaths of despair’ continue to plague Arizonans, Americans

    “Deaths of despair” have been increasing slower in Arizona than in the nation as whole, but death the state's death rates still exceed the nation's.
  • Southwest Key seeks to reopen 2 shuttered Arizona facilities

    Southwest Key has applied for new licenses with the the state to resume operations at two shuttered shelters in downtown Phoenix and Youngtown.
  • New concept to replace Phoenix Ale Brewery locations next month

    Headed by Richard Stark, founder of the Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen, the new concept will bring new food and brews to the area.
  • Phoenix man sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing girlfriend

    Luis Madrigal was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to 2nd-degree murder for killing Monique-Antwane Gemino with a tire iron in 2018.
  • Apache Junction, other Valley animal shelters holding adoption specials

    As part of a nationwide campaign, the Apache Junction animal shelter is holding a $20 special Saturday on all pet adoptions.
  • Expelled lawmaker Don Shooter returns to Phoenix hospital

    Former Arizona legislator Don Shooter is back in a Phoenix hospital after being released earlier in the week after undergoing emergency surgery.