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Traffic fatalities in Arizona decreased slightly in 2023 but are still near all-time highs, state transportation officials said. There were 1,307 traffic fatalities across the state last year, a … more
Phoenix Police Department detectives have arrested a man on DUI charges in  a fatal two-vehicle crash that occurred Saturday in South Phoenix. The crash happened about 5:40 p.m. July 13 … more
Deer Valley Unified School District already has plenty of forward planning to do with regards to known future housing developments – and with them future families and children – coming to the district’s boundaries. Now the district is planning for heretofore unknown future developments. more
PHOENIX - State lawmakers are entitled to ask voters to approve a border security measure that contains everything from penalties for entering this country to selling fentanyl, Maricopa County … more
PHOENIX — The shooting Saturday of former President Trump has provoked an outpouring of support from across the political spectrum in Arizona -- as well as claims by some that what happened is … more
BUTLER, Pa. (AP) —  Donald Trump appeared to be the target of an assassination attempt as he spoke during a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, law enforcement officials said. The … more

Ron Falk, 62, speaks of losing his leg, Tuesday, June 25, 2024 in Phoenix. Falk lost his right leg, had extensive skin grafting on the left one and is still recovering a year after collapsing on the … more
A 19-year-old man died Friday following a shooting at an Ahwatukee apartment complex, police said. Phoenix police officers responded about 2:20 a.m. July 12 to a shooting call at 11025 S. 51st … more
Kari Lake is launching her last-ditch legal effort in her bid to argue that she, and not Katie Hobbs, was elected governor in 2022. Lake is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to revisit -- and … more
We’d like to invite our readers to submit their civil comments, pro or con, on this issue. Email AZOpinions@iniusa.org. MacKenzie Brower can be reached at mbrower@iniusa.org. more
PHOENIX — A federal judge who issued a sweeping permanent injunction last year requiring Arizona to vastly improve unconstitutionally bad prisoner healthcare has taken the unusual — and … more
City officials are moving forward with the revitalization of downtown Peoria beginning with the groundbreaking of Caldwell County BBQ and Jefferson House. more
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