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  • Two men stabbed during Christmas tree burning near Fountain Hills

    According to reports, the stabbings occurred during an annual Christmas tree burning event near Fountain Hills on Sunday morning.
  • DPS troopers arrest wrong-way driver early Sunday morning in Phoenix

    According to the Department of Public Safety, the wrong-way driver was stopped on Interstate 10 at 40th Street around 5:30 a.m. on Sunday.
  • Arizona woman arrested for using stolen credit card for boyfriend’s bond

    Jasmine Sizelove is accused of using the credit card of a resort guest to pay for her boyfriend's bond from the Camp Verde Jail in November.
  • Mesa surgeon uses new methods to fix babies’ skulls without transfusions

    A surgeon at a Mesa hospital is applying new techniques to a procedure that corrects defects in babies' skulls, which affect one in every 2,000 births.
  • Noodle festival in downtown Phoenix to feature over a dozen local businesses

    Whether it's ramen or chow mein, the Nom Nom Noodles Festival will feature a variety of different dishes at its first annual event.
  • Valley-based restaurant group holding multi-location hiring event

    Kind Hospitality will host a two-day hiring event for a variety of jobs at its concepts like Panera Bread, OHSO Brewery and Macayo's.
  • Man accused of breaking into Glendale apartment, yelling he had a bomb

    A man is accused of breaking into an apartment complex in Glendale and yelling at 10 total people that he had a bomb.
  • Twin Peaks to open new location at Tempe Marketplace

    Valley residents will have a new restaurant option at Tempe Marketplace as Twin Peaks is scheduled to open this fall.
  • Former Rep. David Stringer to run for Yavapai County Attorney

    David Stringer announced his candidacy for Yavapai County Attorney after resigning from the Arizona House of Representatives amid controversy last year.
  • Shooting leaves man dead in north Phoenix, suspect sought

    Phoenix police are looking for a suspect after a man was killed in a shooting near 35th Avenue and Dunlap on Saturday morning.
  • Privacy, once hidden topic, gets attention at CES tech show

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Once a hidden and under-the-radar topic, privacy got more attention at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas this week. Startups now volunteer information about how they’re securing your data and protecting your privacy when you use their heart rate monitor or cuddly robot. Roybi, an alien-looking robot that teaches kids […]
  • No pants, no problem: Phoenix light rail event promotes right to bare legs

    Many Valley Metro light rail riders will be feeling a draft Sunday afternoon as they take part in the annual Global No Pants Subway Ride.
  • What you need to know before shopping for 5G network

    As each of the major wireless carriers continues their network rollouts, 5G is certainly going to be one of the biggest stories of 2020.
  • Singer Halsey schedules Phoenix stop for her Manic World Tour

    Electropop star Halsey is bringing her Manic World Tour to Ak-Chin Pavilion in June with opening acts Chvrches and Omar Apollo.
  • Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

    Gateway Airport in Mesa sets record with nearly 1.8M passengers in 2019

    Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport served nearly 1.8 million passengers last year, a record for the East Valley facility and an increase of about 16% from 2018.
  • Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — In the face of mounting evidence, Iran on Saturday acknowledged that it shot down the Ukrainian jetliner by accident, killing all 176 people aboard. The admission by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard undermined the credibility of information provided by senior officials, who for three days had adamantly dismissed allegations of a missile strike […]
  • Yuma Border Wall

    Administration touts 100th mile of border wall under Trump

    YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — Trump administration officials on Friday touted the 100th mile (161st kilometer) of border wall to be built since the president took office as crossings have continued to drop. Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf responded to critics who say the new construction is only replacing old fencing. The new, 30-foot […]
  • 2 teens arrested after man shot in Phoenix; 2 suspects outstanding

    Two 15-year-old boys were arrested Thursday after a man was shot during an attempted armed robbery in Phoenix. Two more suspects were outstanding.
  • Doug Ducey

    Gov. Doug Ducey touts Arizona’s economy ahead of legislative session

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey touted the state's economic comeback and promised more is on the way as he addressed business leaders Friday.
  • ASU breaks ground on its 1st building in downtown Mesa

    Arizona State University broke ground Friday on its first academic building in downtown Mesa. It will be called ASU @ Mesa City Center.