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FLAGSTAFF — Food trucks. Wi-Fi. Hot showers. Those campground upgrades could be coming to a national park near you. 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
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
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
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
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
Summer is (finally) done and as the cooler months approach, one county agency is working to clear the air while spreading cheer this holiday season. more
Below are entertainment options around the Valley for the week of Oct. 10-16. Event details are subject to change. Visit newsroom.visitarizona.com/events. Oct. 10 - PHOENIX: Bring Me The … more
State-run prisons in Arizona have a new director after the recent resignation of the agency’s head honcho. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday announced the appointment of David Shinn as the … more
PHOENIX — Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke took his calls for tough gun laws and inclusive immigration policies to Arizona Sunday, looking well beyond the early primary states as he campaigned in a conservative but changing region. more
PHOENIX — State utility regulators are trying to determine how hot is too hot — and least when it comes when blocking electric companies from … more
PHOENIX — The head of the House Transportation Committee is crafting legislation to double the state’s 18-cent-a-gallon gasoline tax. Rep. Noel … more
PHOENIX — State health officials are slow at investigating reports of abuse and neglect at long-term care facilities, to the point where residents may … more
PHOENIX — A Southern Arizona lawmaker has found a new way to pursue her plans to see if parts of Santa Cruz County should be merged with Cochise … more
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