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Maricopa Voters To Decide On County Hospital Bond
Arizona voters are already looking at a crowded November ballot, with congressional seats and the governor’s office up for grabs and initiatives to be decided.
May. 30, 2014
Shinseki
Eric Shinseki has resigned as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, as the agency continues to deal with the fallout from revelations of secret waiting lists, and delays in patient care.
May. 30, 2014
The Homes Are Built, But Buyers Aren
More than 70 new home communities have opened in the Phoenix Metro area so far this year. And, one analyst says even though buyers are interested, they’re not able to get the keys.
May. 30, 2014
New DCS Director Knows There
It’s Day One for the new Department of Child Safety.
May. 30, 2014
Author Recounts Journey From Somali Civil War To Arizona
For Halima Abdirazak, the Somali civil war is far more personal - she and her family had to flee the violence, eventually ending up in Arizona.
May. 30, 2014
Maricopa County Meets Federal Air Quality Standards
Maricopa County met federal air quality standards for the first time since 1970.
May. 30, 2014
State Route 89A Closure Starts This Weekend
A three mile stretch of road along 89A will be closed over the next several weeks. The closure starts this weekend and will cover the "switchback" section of the highway.
May. 30, 2014
Arizona Quits Group Responsible For New Common Core Test
The state of Arizona is stepping away from its role in helping develop a new standardized test aligned with Common Core, but state officials say they're still fully committed to the new educational standards.
May. 30, 2014
Resurgence In Infill Development Evident In Phoenix
There is an increasing popularity of infill development, and one place you can see that is high above Hance Park in Phoenix.
May. 30, 2014
Bland: The Blessing Of Insomnia
My dream came true. I found a few rare, empty hours. Unfortunately, they come in the middle of the night.
May. 30, 2014
Forest Thinning Helped Contain Slide Fire
Last week, high winds carried embers beyond the Slide Fire’s containment lines. But, as Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, previous forest treatment projects helped keep the fire from spreading toward Flagstaff.
May. 30, 2014
17 File In Race To Become Next Navajo President
The race to become the Navajo Nation's next president features a mix of lawmakers, political newcomers, former tribal officials, a woman and the incumbent.
May. 30, 2014
Ruling Stands: Schools Don’t Have To Supervise Students To, From Campus
A court ruling that Arizona schools don't have to supervise students as they go to or from schools is being allowed to stand.
May. 30, 2014
Poll Shows McCain, Flake Job Approval Sliding
The latest Rocky Mountain poll numbers show senators John McCain’s and Jeff Flake’s job approval numbers sliding.
May. 30, 2014
Mexico Arrests Businessman In Citigroup Fraud Case
Mexican prosecutors have filed fraud charges against a businessman linked to a $400 million loss at Citigroup's Mexican bank subsidary.
May. 30, 2014
Southwest Airlines Fined For Deceptive Ads
Southwest Airlines is being fined $200,000 for advertising a false fare sale.
May. 30, 2014
Population Explosion Changes Buckeye
The town 38 miles west of downtown Phoenix looks nothing like it did 10 years ago.
May. 30, 2014
Solar Power Comes To More Phoenix Schools
Classes are out for many students across Arizona, but school districts are already preparing for next school year. Phoenix’s Madison School District is planning to install solar panels this summer at two of its schools.
May. 30, 2014
Did You Know: Goldfield Ghost Town Was Alive In The 1800s
They’re known as ghost towns, and it’s not because ghosts wonder through the area — well, at least not any we know of. In the Southwest these are towns filled with history, and there’s one on the outskirts of the Valley.
May. 30, 2014
White House Concussion Summit Hits Home In Arizona
Doctors, athletes and scientists gathered at the White House on Thursday to talk about concussions.
May. 29, 2014

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