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TOKYO (AP) — Growing up, Fumina Oka knew little about the mysterious university her Taiwanese grandfather attended in northern China's Manchuria during Japan’s occupation in the early 20th … more
The search for a mother and daughter whose car plunged into a huge sinkhole in Guatemala has changed to a recovery effort, three days after they disappeared. The chief of volunteer firefighters … more
The city of Glendale is seeking proposals from individuals or firms to purchase and develop eight city-owned parcels in a prime location near Historic Downtown. more
PHOENIX — A federal judge has blocked the state from enforcing a new law he said could inadvertently make felons out of volunteers who register people to vote. more
Help keep Tempe buildings safe for everyone. The city is looking for engineering, electrical and plumbing professionals to serve on Tempe's Technical Code Advisory Board of Appeals. more
Good news, bad news when it comes to apartment rents in Glendale. more

An Iowa man who admitted to taking part in the assault of a police officer as part of his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol was sentenced to seven years in prison Tuesday after the … more
A landslide triggered by record rainfall significantly damaged three homes, prompted the evacuation of about a dozen residents and caused power outages in downtown Juneau, Alaska’s capital city. … more
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — In a federal complaint Tuesday, the NAACP said Mississippi officials “all but assured” a drinking water calamity in Jackson by depriving the state’s majority-Black … more
Seven candidates for two Mesa Public Schools governing board seats have filed signatures to be on the ballot at the Nov. 8 election. According to the Maricopa County school superintendent’s … more
The Arizona Supreme Court says the state utility regulation commission can't prevent individual members from issuing subpoenas to investigate companies the panel oversees. The former state … more
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned Tuesday that Russia’s just concluded “sham referendums” and attempts to annex Ukrainian territory rule out any talks … more
Every day of Aida Sibic’s life has been irrevocably impacted by war.  Now in her early 40s and living in Tempe, Sibic and her family were forced to leave their homeland of Bosnia behind and became refugees in California. Cut off from friends and loved ones, Sibic formed a love of technology as a teen in a new country. She now works in cybersecurity.  more

Scottsdale Unified School District’s governing board candidates provided their perspectives on how the district should handle infectious diseases as SUSD continues to manage COVID-19 in its schools. more
David Hann, who was elected mayor of Paradise Valley in 1992, passed away on Sept. 6. He was 91-years-old. Hann spent his early years in Kansas and Colorado, before entering the Navy. After … more
A woman and a young boy were found dead Monday, Sept. 26 in a home in San Tan Valley. At around 2:30 p.m., the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office was called  to the home near Castlegate … more
NASA’s moon rocket returned to the safety of its hangar Tuesday as Hurricane Ian approached Florida, its launch now unlikely before mid-November. Instead of trying to send it on its first test … more
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico’s governor on Tuesday requested that the U.S. government waive a federal law to allow for more fuel shipments to the island amid concerns over a dwindling … more
Lawyers for Randy Cox, a Black man who was paralyzed from the chest down in June when a police van without seat belts braked suddenly, filed a $100 million lawsuit Tuesday against the city of New … more
Government lawyers used airline executives' own words in trying Tuesday to persuade a federal judge to kill a partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways. The government argued that … more

 Center for the Future of Arizona (CFA) announced  findings from a new Arizona Voters’ Agenda survey that builds on survey research released earlier this year. The Arizona … more
This is the second in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. more
The first phase of the Interstate 17 improvement project from Anthem Way to Sunset Point has begun. Construction work at New River Road began Monday, Sept. 26, according to the Arizona Department … more
TOKYO (AP) — Armed with a new law that boosts U.S. support for computer chip manufacturing, Vice President Kamala Harris is seeking new investments and partnerships as she sits down with Japanese … more
The patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church says Russian soldiers who die in the line of duty in Ukraine have all of their sins forgiven. That was a key message in a sermon Sunday by Moscow … more
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