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  • Well above par: Topgolf introduces esports lounges in the Valley

    Topgolf got its start as an innovator in tradition-laden golf. Now the company is innovating again by providing an alternative to traditional sports.
  • MCSO seizes over 200 pounds of marijuana in Tonopah drug operation

    Officers also seized cannabis, five rifles, a handgun, over $20,000 in cash and a large amount of growing and manufacturing equipment.
  • Arizona Museum of Natural History to host annual Beer N Bones event

    The Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa is combining science, craft beer and dinosaurs for their annual fundraiser event on Oct. 18.
  • Dog lost since 2007 found over 1K miles away in Pittsburgh

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A toy fox terrier that disappeared from its family’s south Florida home in 2007 was found this week over a thousand miles away in Pittsburgh and reunited with its owner on Friday. The 14-year-old named Dutchess was found hungry, shivering and in serious need of a nail trim under a shed on […]
  • Mesa man sentenced to 12 years for sexually assaulting 2 babysitters

    A Mesa resident and former owner of an indoor soccer team in Seattle was sentenced to 12 years in prison Friday for sexually assaulting two babysitters.
  • McAleenan, acting Homeland Security secretary, stepping down

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Kevin McAleenan, a career civil servant who became the unlikely point man for President Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies, is stepping down as acting Homeland Security secretary after six months on the job. McAleenan told The Associated Press he was leaving on his own terms — a contrast to other top administration […]
  • Man convicted of killing estranged wife in Phoenix gets life sentence

    A man convicted of killing his estranged wife in Phoenix and fleeing to India for several years was sentenced Friday to life in prison.
  • Maricopa County official in human smuggling case now in federal custody

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said Friday that County Assessor Paul Petersen was no longer in their jail, having moved to federal custody.
  • Southbound Interstate 17 in Phoenix closed after dump truck wreck

    Southbound Interstate 17 in Phoenix was shut down for several hours on Friday afternoon because a dump truck hauling equipment in a trailer rolled over.
  • Think Tank talks to US Supreme Court expert Paul Bender

    Think Tank talks to Professor Paul Bender, an Arizona expert on the U.S. Supreme Court, which began its term this week.
  • Anchor Shepard Smith leaves Fox News in surprise announcement

    Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, who had been with the cable network since it debuted, signed off for the final time Friday with a surprise announcement.
  • Judges block green card denials for immigrants on public aid

    NEW YORK (AP) — Federal judges in three states on Friday temporarily blocked Donald Trump’s policy to deny green cards to many immigrants who use Medicaid, food stamps and other government benefits, dealing a setback to one of the president’s most aggressive moves yet to cut legal immigration and make it more based on employment […]
  • Dog Haus getting ready to open new Gilbert SanTan Village location in fall

    Dog Haus announced in a press release on Thursday that it will be opening a new Gilbert location in the SanTan Village shopping center this fall.
  • Goodyear seeks artists to beautify metal traffic cabinets

    The West Valley city of Goodyear is seeking artists to visually enhance the nondescript metal traffic cabinets at 10 intersections.
  • Two Valley cities ranked in top 10 least green cities in America

    Two Valley cities were ranked toward the bottom of the barrel in a list of the top 100 greenest cities in America, according to a personal finance website.
  • Judge to examine failure to disclose video to Arizona man in terror case

    A judge will hold a hearing Tuesday over the FBI's failure to turn over surveillance footage to an Arizona man until three years after he was convicted.
  • Phoenix Police sergeant sues city over social media investigation

    A Phoenix Police sergeant is suing the city over an internal investigation he faced after nearly a dozen of his social media posts were included in a database of controversial posts made by law enforcement officers.
  • Padres pitcher accused of breaking into Peoria home through doggy door

    San Diego Padres pitcher Jacob Nix was kicked in the face and shocked with a stun gun after a Peoria homeowner found him trespassing Sunday, according to police.
  • Arizonans rally as court weighs LGBT, transgender workplace protections

    Phoenix native Juan Hinojos called it “mind-boggling” that LGBT people can get married in the U.S. but are still fighting for protection in the workplace.
  • Valley woman who lost mother to suicide urges open conversations

    Molly Johnston lost her mother to suicide when she was 10 years old. She wishes she would have had more conversations about it when she was younger.