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The FBI and local authorities continue to seek the public's help in identifying a bank robber dubbed the "Lunch Break Bandit." The suspect is believed to be in his 40s or 50s, 5 feet 6 inches tall … more
The Arizona Humane Society has a Legacy Circle program whose members have designated the organization in their will, trust or other legacy giving plans. more
FLAGSTAFF — Food trucks. Wi-Fi. Hot showers. Those campground upgrades could be coming to a national park near you. more
A federal judge ended a 42-year-old lawsuit over conditions in the jails in Maricopa County. The lawsuit was filed in 1977 amid allegations that the civil rights of inmates had been violated. more
PHOENIX (AP) — The president of the Republic of the Marshall Islands on Thursday applauded U.S. authorities for arresting an Arizona elected official accused of running an illegal adoption scheme involving pregnant Marshallese women. more
Here's a snapshot of what you need to know as  No. 17 Arizona State (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12) visits No. 13 Utah (5-1, 2-1) at 6 p.m. EDT on the Pac-12 Network. more
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Dozens of environmental groups and scientists have asked U.S. wildlife managers to rethink how they plan to ensure the survival of Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest. more
PHOENIX — A veteran state lawmaker wants to put taxpayers of any city that enacts a “sanctuary” policy on the financial hook if police fail to call immigration officials on someone who is a convicted felon, in this country illegally, and then goes on to commit another felony. more
To increase awareness and provide information about bison, the Arizona Game & Fish Department will host a bison viewing workshop near Flagstaff on National Bison Day, Saturday, Nov. 2. more
MIAMI (AP) — Getting to 100 points in the NBA used to almost certainly guarantee victory. These days, it's the baseline for even having a chance. more
PHOENIX — A group that spent $260,000 attacking a 2014 foe of Doug Ducey in his first gubernatorial race is trying — again — to escape paying a fine for violating state campaign finance laws. more
PHOENIX — A cluster of overlapping circles distinguish a Frank Lloyd Wright home nestled in a rocky hillside at an edge of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. more
Below are entertainment options around the Valley for the week of Oct. 17-23. Event details are subject to change. Visit newsroom.visitarizona.com/events. Oct. 17 - PHOENIX: Steve Hackett … more
PHOENIX (AP) — A lawyer for an Arizona elected official charged in three states with facilitating an illegal international adoption scheme said Tuesday prosecutors have miscast his client as a … more
BOISE, Idaho — Atmospheric nuclear weapons testing exposed more states and more people to radiation fallout and resulting cancers and other diseases than the federal government currently recognizes, Western governors said. more
Sheriff’s deputies continue to investigate an officer-involved shooting that ended in a suspect’s death. more
The Arizona Propane Gas Association, in partnership with the Arizona Propane Education & Research Foundation, has agreed to support the Maricopa County Air Quality Department’s effort to help keep the air clean and residents healthy this winter with their annual Burn Cleaner, Burn Better campaign. more
Communicating with a loved one or friend who has Alzheimer’s or another form dementia can be challenging, both for the person with dementia as well as for someone trying to communicate with … more
Municipalities across the Valley are taking different approaches to the evolving mobility technologies, but Chandler is a standout when it comes to autonomous vehicles. more
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — An Arkansas judge ruled Friday that the court will decide individual outcomes to 19 statewide adoption cases against an Arizona elected official accused of human … more
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