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  • Effort to nix English immersion in Arizona finds support

    Nearly two decades after getting Arizona voters' approval, a law mandating an English-only education for non-native speakers may get repealed in 2020.
  • Arizona lawmakers join critics of Trump’s Syria troop withdrawal

    Arizona lawmakers joined a growing bipartisan chorus critical of President Donald Trump’s decision to pull American troops from Northern Syria.
  • Here’s an exclusive look at Tonopah’s Palo Verde Generating Station

    KTAR News 92.3 FM got an exclusive look at the Palo Verde Generating Station located in Tonopah, the nation’s largest and cleanest power producer.
  • Seniors can use virtual reality for travel, health issues

    Two Tucson retirement communities are serving as the launching pad for a program to see how virtual reality technology helps seniors.
  • Hooked on Vaping: Teen vaping on the rise at East Valley schools

    More and more East Valley students are getting caught with electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices on school grounds as shown by data obtained by KTAR News 92.3 FM.
  • Ambassador to testify no quid pro quo assurance was Trump’s

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.S. ambassador is expected to tell Congress that his text message reassuring another envoy that there was no quid pro quo in their interactions with Ukraine was based solely on what President Donald Trump told him, according to a person familiar with his coming testimony in the impeachment probe. Gordon Sondland, […]
  • Weekend wrap-up: Here are the biggest Arizona stories from Oct. 11-13

    Here are some stories that headlined the news cycle, both locally and nationally, over the weekend of Oct. 11-13.
  • Serial killer’s victim portraits could help crack cold cases

    Most of the women in Samuel Little’s hand-drawn portraits seem to be frowning. Their hair is short and curly or long and straight. They stare straight ahead or slightly off to the side. Some wear lipstick and jewelry. Little, whom the FBI identified this month as the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history, produced […]
  • What’s next in the impeachment inquiry as Congress returns

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is returning from a two-week recess on Tuesday, but some lawmakers barely left Washington. Three House committees investigating impeachment worked through the break, issuing multiple subpoenas and holding depositions with State Department officials relevant to the inquiry . Democrats are investigating President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine and exploring whether he […]
  • 1 suspect dead after Glendale officers respond to shots fired at illegal party

    A suspect died and an officer suffered minor injuries early Sunday morning following an illegal party near an industrial district in Glendale.
  • Rickmobile set to return to Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Chandler

    Cartoon Network's Rick and Morty from the Adult Swim Block are parking the famed Rickmobile at Chandler's Alamo Drafthouse Cinema on Oct. 22.
  • Regaining momentum to finish the year strong in achieving goals

    Goals and progress aren’t dates on the calendar. Whatever magic you felt on the first day of January can be duplicated any other month of the year.
  • Arizona Animal Welfare League to host kid-friendly kitten yoga

    There will be downward dog and plenty of kittens at this kid-friendly Arizona Animal Welfare League event on Oct. 20 at their Phoenix campus.
  • Tempe Town Lake to celebrate 20th anniversary with community event

    Twenty years ago, Tempe Town Lake officially opened twenty years ago and the city is celebrating with a community celebration on Nov. 9.
  • Arizona HOA to build wall to block elementary students

    An Arizona homeowners association says it's building a wall that would block an elementary school entrance and force kids to walk an extra mile.
  • Tempe police searching for armed robbery suspect

    The Tempe Police Department is searching for a suspect who robbed the Alamo Drafthouse with a gun early Saturday morning.
  • Man arrested for shooting another man after fleeing scene on bicycle

    Christian Acejo, 23, was arrested on Friday after shooting a man in Phoenix on the corner of 21st Avenue and Thunderbird road.
  • Phoenix PD officers referred for disciplinary review over social media

    The Phoenix Police Department's Professional Standards Bureau has referred some officers to the Disciplinary Review Board over social media posts.
  • 58th Miss Indian Arizona scholarship pageant to be held in Chandler

    The 58th annual Miss Indian Arizona scholarship pageant will take place Saturday night at the Chandler Center for the Arts.
  • Is an RFID-blocking wallet for credit cards really necessary?

    The move to include contactless payment technology on major credit cards has been growing in the United States, but other countries have used it for quite some time.