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PHOENIX — What’s supposed to be an “impartial” explanation of a citizens’ initiative enshrining the right to abortion in the constitution that voters will see in their … more
PHOENIX — The question of whether Arizonans get to vote on what’s being billed by Republicans as a border security measure could depend on whether a judge believes that enhanced penalties … more
Alumnus Sammy Chagolla will serve as Peoria High School’s interim principal when students return to school this year amid controversy involving its former basketball coach. more
Triple-digit temperatures hit the Valley early this year and, as it it happens every year, the region’s power use skyrocketed. Last month was the hottest June on record with an average … more
Hundreds of thousands of residential Maricopa County properties had to be revalued and hundreds of entities must pay back property tax dollars as a result of a recent class-action lawsuit. more
Arizona lottery players scored wins over the Fourth of July weekend – including a record jackpot – with tickets purchased in Phoenix, Mesa and Surprise. There was one $335,939 … more

A Scottsdale gym owner and former Arizona State University football player is now facing multiple counts of sexual assault charges stemming from an April incident in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
PHOENIX - The question of whether the Court of Appeals will immediately intercede in the fight between Katie Hobbs and Warren Petersen depends on whether the judges believe they need to step into the … more
A 27-year-old woman has been arrested after police allege she attacked three officers Saturday night. Alaijia Yasmien James faces charges that include aggravated assault on a law enforcement … more
WASHINGTON — A federal program to compensate people exposed to fallout from U.S. nuclear testing expired June 10. The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act has paid out $2.6 billion to more … more
Arizona troopers were investigating a DUI case along northbound Interstate 17 near Northern Avenue early Sunday morning when two nearby crashes occurred, killing one and sending two people to the … more
Recent lane striping work has improved traffic flow by extending right lanes along Loop 101 near US 60 in Tempe, state transportation officials said. Crews have adjusted lane stripes to extend … more
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