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PHOENIX — Attorney General Kris Mayes says if state lawmakers and Gov. Katie Hobbs want to immediately seize $75 million out of an opioid settlement fund to balance the state budget … more
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning that will be in place through Sunday when temperatures could reach 112 degrees. Among the counties under the warning are … more
Evacuation statuses were lifted for impacted residents of the Rose Fire where about 170 acres burned near Wickenburg as of Friday afternoon. Seven primary houses and 15 additional structures were … more
PHOENIX — Mark Finchem and his attorney can’t escape a court order that they pay more than $47,000 in legal fees in his unsuccessful attempt to overturn his 2022 loss in the race for … more
A variety of road work will be taking place this weekend along Valley freeway, including a project that will close a section of Loop 101 in Scottsdale. The Arizona Department of Transportation … more
Keeping kids out of and away from trouble during the summer has long challenged parents, but this year there’s an added urgency to that quest. This is the first summer break since the October … more

A nine-year-veteran of the Scottsdale Police Department died Thursday night after what authorities called a "critical incident" near 76 th Street and Greenway Road. Detective Ryan So … more
PHOENIX — Top Republican lawmakers have no legal right to try to undo the designation of nearly a million acres of federal land near the Grand Canyon as a national monument, the state’s … more
PHOENIX — The budget deal Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs struck with Republicans who control the state Legislature to solve what is now billed as a $1.4 billion deficit contains pain across all … more
PHOENIX — Legislative Republicans voted Wednesday to ask voters to alter the method used to decide whether judges keep their jobs — but in a way that Democrats say is designed to protect … more
A 22-year-old man has been indicted in the deaths of Cooper Lamb, his fiancée and their 11-month-old daughter, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office announced Thursday morning. … more
 Phoenix police violate people’s rights, discriminate against Black, Hispanic and Native American people when enforcing the law and use excessive force, including unjustified deadly force, … more
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