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China's ruling Communist Party is calling for beefed-up national security measures, highlighting risks from artificial intelligence. The official Xinhua News Agency said a meeting headed by party … more
Across the country, violent crime victims are using their stories to push for changes to state compensation programs meant to help them with medical bills, relocation, funerals or other expenses. … more
An Associated Press examination found that more than half of state legislatures in recent years have passed changes to their state victim compensation programs, where thousands of people turn each … more
A group of Amazon workers upset about recent layoffs, a return-to-office mandate and the company’s environmental impact is planning a walkout at its Seattle headquarters Wednesday. The lunchtime … more
A couple whose young children were taken by social workers and police in the middle of the night are suing, arguing they were unconstitutionally removed without a warrant or court order. Sarah … more
The trial of a former Florida sheriff's deputy charged with failing to confront the Parkland school shooter is set to begin. Prosecutors and the attorney representing former Broward County Deputy … more

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican attempt to expand work requirements for federal food aid in debt legislation moving through Congress would increase federal spending by $2.1 billion over 10 years — … more
BEIJING (AP) — China's factory activity decelerated in May, a survey showed Wednesday, adding to signs its economic rebound after the end of anti-virus controls is slowing. A monthly purchasing … more
The brother of a Missouri ER doctor who has been missing for more than a week says that his body has been found in Arkansas. Dr. John Forsyth was last heard from in text messages around 7 a.m. May … more
Investigators are taking another look at the car accident that claimed the life of a Glendale teen and injured three other teens on Grand Avenue this past Thursday. more
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A private flight carrying two Saudi astronauts and other passengers returned to Earth late Tuesday night after a nine-day trip to the International Space Station. … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Even with the new spending restraints in the debt limit deal that cut borrowing by $1.5 trillion, the U.S. government's deficits are still on course to keep climbing to record … more
TAOS, N.M. (AP) — Two men from Texas appeared in court Tuesday to confront drug-possession and firearms-related charges in connection with a deadly shootout at a motorcycle rally in northern New … more

A rezoning and bonus intensity zone overlay should be approved for a multiple-residence development on 6.6 acres near the Chicago Cubs spring training stadium, the Mesa Planning and Zoning Board … more
Where the city of Scottsdale currently stands environmentally should be clearer when the city council looks at the Scottsdale’s sustainability plan July 10. Sustainability Director Lisa … more
Minnesota’s governor has legalized recreational marijuana for people over 21 starting in August. Democratic Gov. Tim Walz signed the bill on Tuesday, making Minnesota the 23rd state to legalize the … more
As summer approaches, upon which Paradise Valley Town Council takes a recess, the latest meeting on May 25 saw a long agenda. Town Council approved three items on the consent agenda: Funding for … more
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a draft bill that would impose a ban on gender-affirming surgery, the latest move in the Kremlin-orchestrated crackdown on LGBTQ+ rights. … more
ACC Board Chair Carolynn Hiron and board member Darrin Francom present  $1,000 scholarship check at the April 26, 2023 ACC Board of Directors meeting. more
TruWest Credit Union, which has two offices in Mesa, recently received the Credit Union National Association Diamond Award, recognizing the organization’s 70th anniversary at the CUNA Marketing … more

Six of Banner Health’s hospital chief executive officers have been named as “women hospital presidents and CEOs to know” by Becker’s Hospital Review. more
Sinisa Djurdjic, of Tucson, Arizona, was convicted on May 19, 2023, by a federal jury on charges of Visa Fraud and Attempted Unlawful Procurement of Citizenship. more
New Jersey prosecutors say they have arrested a Virginia man on murder and gun charges in the February killing of a local councilwoman who was found fatally shot in her SUV outside her home. … more
Victor Adrian Shortey, of Parker, Arizona, was sentenced on May 8, 2023, by United States District Judge Douglas L. Rayes to 180 months in prison, followed by a term of lifetime supervised release. … more
An estimated 2.9 million people watched or streamed the finale of its drama “Succession” this past weekend. That's a series record first-night count for the high-powered family drama. That number … more
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