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  • New Arizona law sets sights on expanding broadband access

    Broadband access across Arizona, particularly in rural areas, is expected to improve under a bill signed into law Monday, state officials said.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Weigh pros, cons of multifamily home build

    Building a multi-family structure means rent money for a landlord, but it also means lack of privacy and maybe not enough elbow room.
  • COVID vaccines for kids 12-15 could start in Arizona as soon as Thursday

    Arizona's high-capacity state-run COVID-19 vaccination sites will be ready to give shots to kids ages 12-15 on Thursday if the group gains final federal clearance as expected.
  • Penzone has shared router subpoena concerns with Arizona senators

    Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said he's spoken with two Arizona Senate members expressing his concern over the possibility of a new subpoena to obtain routers the county uses for all its departments for the ongoing election audit.
  • Biden: 1M sign up for health care during special enrollment

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Tuesday that 1 million Americans had signed up for health insurance under “Obamacare” during a special enrollment period for those needing coverage during the coronavirus pandemic. Biden reopened the insurance markets in February for a special six-month sign-up opportunity that will go through Aug. 15. His coronavirus […]
  • Arizona reports 683 new COVID-19 cases, 19 additional deaths Tuesday

    Arizona public health officials on Tuesday reported 683 new coronavirus cases and 19 additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • Arizona-born country star Dierks Bentley to play Phoenix in August

    Country music star Dierks Bentley will bring his latest tour to the place where he was born, Phoenix, in the summer.
  • Voters to decide if undocumented Arizona students pay in-state tuition

    Arizona voters in next year’s election will get to decide if undocumented students can once again pay in-state tuition at public universities and community colleges as well as qualify for state financial aid.
  • 78-year-old cross country runner to stop for event in Phoenix on way to DC

    A 78-year-old cross country runner making a trek from coast to coast over the next few months will take a pit stop in Phoenix on Wednesday for an event in his honor.
  • Maricopa County volunteers provided nearly $3M in value for virus response

    The dedication of volunteers in Maricopa County’s Medical Reserve Corps over the past six months have provided millions of dollars in economic value working on an effort to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials announced Monday.
  • Heat relief campaign and water drive launches in Phoenix

    A Valley heat relief campaign that protects the homeless population and at-risk individuals launched Monday, Phoenix Rescue Mission officials announced.
  • Group behind Maple & Ash to open new restaurant in Scottsdale Quarter

    The group behind the popular Maple & Ash steakhouse at the Scottsdale Waterfront will open another restaurant in the city later this year, the company announced.
  • Wildfire burning southwest of Crown King grows to more than 4,000 acres

    A wildfire burning seven miles southwest of Crown King that forced the evacuation of three nearby communities has grown to more than 4,300 acres as of Tuesday morning.
  • Americans set another pandemic-era record for air travel

    Americans set a record for pandemic-era air travel, then broke it again over the Mother's Day holiday weekend.
  • US restores transgender health protections denied by Trump

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government will protect gay and transgender people against sex discrimination in health care, the Biden administration declared Monday, reversing a Trump-era policy that narrowed rights at the intersection of changing social mores and sensitive medical decisions. It marked the latest step by President Joe Biden to advance the rights of […]
  • Suspect shot by Glendale police after armed robbery dies

    A suspect shot by Glendale police following an armed robbery at a store on Sunday morning has died, authorities said Monday.
  • States push jobless from virus recession to return to work

    STOWE, Vt. (AP) — Eduardo Rovetto is hoping the state of Vermont’s reinstated requirement that people who are collecting unemployment benefits must seek work to qualify will help him hire enough staff for his restaurant in the resort town of Stowe. After more than a year of coronavirus restrictions on his business, Piecasso Pizzeria & […]
  • US 60 between Globe and Show Low back open after closure due to wildfire

    A portion of US 60 between Globe and Show Low that was closed over the weekend due to a wildfire reopened Monday afternoon, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • Arizona GOP state senator who opposes audit says he can’t stop it

    One Arizona Republican Senator is speaking out against the ongoing Maricopa County election audit ordered by his own party’s leadership, but he said there’s nothing he can do to stop it.
  • Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine expanded to US children as young as 12

    U.S. regulators on Monday expanded the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12, offering a way to protect the nation's adolescents before they head back to school in the fall and paving the way for them to return to more normal activities.