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  • Bright lights will streak across skies with return of Leonid meteor shower

    Get set for some celestial fireworks, as the annual Leonid meteor shower will peak on the morning of Nov. 18.
  • Meet Narwhal, the magical unicorn puppy with a tail on his head

    Maybe unicorns are real after all. A Missouri dog rescue group has evidence, and his name is Narwhal, the magical puppy with a tail growing out of his head.
  • Mesa man charged in Vegas massacre ammunition case changing plea

    A Phoenix-area man planned to change his not guilty plea in a federal case alleging he illegally manufactured bullets sold to the gunman who carried out the Las Vegas Strip massacre, records and attorneys said.
  • Takeaways from 1st day of House public impeachment hearings

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Wednesday’s start of public impeachment hearings in Congress marked the first time that the American public could watch and listen to the witnesses whose testimony is at the core of the Democrats’ investigation. In several hours of testimony, punctuated by occasional bickering among lawmakers, some memorable moments emerged. Some key takeaways from […]
  • Sen. Kyrsten Sinema earns spot on Time 100 rising stars

    Already a star in Arizona politics, U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has been tapped for national prominence, named to Time magazine's 100 rising stars list released Wednesday.
  • Sign of the times: Harry Styles to perform in Glendale next year

    It's a sign of the times. Pop star and teen heartthrob Harry Styles will make a stop in Glendale next year to promote his upcoming album. 
  • Silicon Valley Bank to expand office in Tempe, hire 300

    Silicon Valley Bank announced plans Tuesday to expand its office near Tempe Town Lake and hire hundreds more employees in the next three years.
  • Poll shows Arizona voters want Trump to stay in office, but by small margin

    More Arizona voters than not would rather keep President Donald Trump in office even though they disapprove of the way he does his job, according to a new poll.
  • Falling foot traffic across border worries businesses, state officials

    The number of pedestrians crossing from Mexico into Arizona through the state’s six border crossings fell 12% from the first half of 2018 to the first half of 2019.
  • Lyft opens car maintenance and repair center in Phoenix

    Ride-sharing company Lyft on Tuesday opened its first Driver Center in Phoenix near University Drive and 24th Street.
  • Northrop Grumman puts on show while opening huge Chandler campus

    Northrop Grumman put on a show - complete with skydivers - as the defense technology company opened a massive new facility in Chandler on Tuesday.
  • ‘Giving machines’ are coming back to Gilbert for 2nd year

    Vending machines that let people give back to those in need are returning to a Phoenix suburb for a second consecutive holiday season.
  • Valley nuclear energy station testing sirens, cellphone alerts Wednesday

    West Valley residents, workers and visitors shouldn’t be alarmed if they hear sirens or get emergency alerts on their cellphones around lunchtime Wednesday.
  • Diplomats accuse Trump as impeachment hits Americans’ TVs

    WASHINGTON (AP) — On Day One of extraordinary public impeachment hearings, the top American diplomat in Ukraine revealed new evidence that President Donald Trump was overheard asking about political “investigations” that he later demanded from Ukraine in exchange for military aid. The revelation came as House Democrats pressed their case for Trump’s impeachment before the […]
  • YouTube mom accused of child abuse dies in Scottsdale

    An Arizona woman who was charged with 30 counts of alleged abuse against five adopted children who performed in a popular YouTube series has died.
  • ‘Sad day’ or a ‘scam’? What to watch at impeachment hearing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats are giving President Donald Trump a reality show for the ages as they take their case public for his impeachment. But the proceedings are much more than showbiz, with lawmakers considering the use of a grave and seldom-employed power spelled out in the Constitution. With the bang of a gavel, […]
  • Ducey: Arizonans should be cautious of Mexico travel amid violence

    Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday that Arizonans should be cautious about traveling to Mexico in the wake of recent violence south of the border.
  • Education company Zovio set to open Chandler headquarters

    Zovio will open its 130,000-square-foot facility near the Loop 202 Santan Freeway and Cooper Road in Chandler on Wednesday.
  • Grand Canyon University tuition holding steady for 12th year in row

    While enrollment has skyrocketed at Grand Canyon University over the last decade-plus, tuition hasn’t budged at the private Christian school in Phoenix.
  • Phoenix Rescue Mission holding turkey drive to feed people in need

    The Phoenix Rescue Mission, a nonprofit group that combats homelessness and poverty, aims to collect 1,500 turkeys for people in need during the holidays.