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The federal government Monday extended the deadline for domestic airline travelers to have a federally compliant form of ID, but Arizona transporation officials continue their application … more
Delivery has become a way of life, so why shouldn’t it be for recreational marijuana? more
The City of Phoenix is bringing a group of water experts together Monday, Dec. 5, to discuss how the Southwest can thrive in a future with less Colorado River water. The forum will take place from … more
Sky Harbor Airport is celebrating the season with 12 Days of Gratitude, beginning Monday. The event, which includes a variety of activities for airport officials to show Sky Harbor customers their … more
The price of a gallon of regular gas has dropped by about 25 cents a gallon in the last week at stations across the East Valley and Phoenix. The decline follows a post-Thanksgiving trend … more
The City of Chandler’s Tumbleweed Tree Lighting and Parade of Lights were scheduled for Dec. 3 but were postponed due to inclement weather. City staff was able to find a new date for the … more

A traffic stop in Old Town Scottsdale on Saturday night led to six people being injured, including four police officers, authorities said. The incident happened about 10:45 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, … more
Phoenix set a daily rainfall record on Saturday when more than three-quarters of an inch fell at Sky Harbor Airport. The National Weather Service said the 0.76 inches was the highest amount ever … more
The trial of a man accused of fatally shooting nine people in the Phoenix metro area over an 11-month span has been pushed back again, this time to February 2024. Aaron Saucedo was arrested in April … more
Firefighters from Phoenix and Scottsdale joined forces Saturday night to put out a house fire near 56th Street and Thunderbird Road. No injuries were reported in the fire, but Phoenix officials … more
Authorities say three people are dead and two others injured after a fiery car crash in west Phoenix. Police say the crash occurred around 10 p.m. Saturday. City firefighters doused the flames in one … more
This time of year Banner Health emergency departments are filled with seniors struggling with illness. more
Phoenix police detectives are investigating an officer-involved shooting Saturday when a man carrying a knife was shot, authorities said. Officers were sent to 27th Avenue and Thomas Road on … more

PHOENIX - Maricopa County wants a judge to toss out a bid by failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake to get immediate action on her request for election records so she can challenge her loss to Katie … more
Jim Kolbe, who represented Arizona in Congress for more than two decades, has died. A statement from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's office says Kolbe died Saturday at the age of 80. Kolbe was elected to … more
A manslaughter case against former Tucson, Arizona police Officer Ryan Remington is going back to a grand jury. A Pima County Superior Court judge agreed Friday with Remington's attorney, who argued … more
A project led by a former Scottsdale high school student will help farmers and gardeners cultivate crops in South Phoenix by providing them with clean drinking water. Haley Holmes’ … more
PHOENIX - A federal judge has ordered the lawyers for two failed Republican candidates to pay the legal fees of attorneys for the counties affected. In an extensive order, Judge John Tuchi said … more
Sun City residents were among the most effective sales personnel for the growing community. more
PHOENIX — The state elections director wants prosecutors to investigate and “take appropriate enforcement actions” against two Cochise County supervisors who refused to certify … more

A golden eagle rehabilitated by Wild Friends at Best Friends Animal Society in Kanab, Utah, was released back into the wild on Nov. 19 near where he was originally found in northern Arizona. The … more
Scottsdale police have lifted lockdowns at Cactus Shadow High School and neighboring Black Mountain Elementary School after investigating reports of a armed person. Police said the initial search … more
Southbound lanes on Loop 101 near the Maryland Avenue off-ramp in Glendale are expected to open up again after an early morning incident on Friday. more
Authorities say the latest survey shows another increase in the population of the endangered Mount Graham red squirrel in the Pinaleno Mountains of southeastern Arizona. State Game and Fish … more
PHOENIX — A bipartisan group of legislators called on Gov. Doug Ducey to live up to his promise to call a special session to address a school spending crunch before he — and some of them — leave office at the end of the year. more
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