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A US district court judge has ruled in favor of a gay man in Arizona who was denied death benefits after losing his husband to cancer. The ruling only applies to this particular case.
Sep. 12, 2014
More than a century ago people came to the hot, dry Phoenix climate to recover from all sorts of pulmonary ailments…tuberculosis, for instance. Today, one of the places that was popular back then became a town of its own.
Sep. 12, 2014
A Price Double A Current Meter looks like a yellow submarine, with several spinning cups on top of it, connected to a meter and the USGS uses it to measure water velocity.
Sep. 12, 2014
Recommendations for improving transportation in Carefree and Cave Creek from the Maricopa Association of Governments focus on things like bike lanes, sidewalks and parking.
Sep. 12, 2014
The United States Postal Service is carrying through with its plan to fully close its mail processing operation center in Tucson.
Sep. 12, 2014
D'Andrea: The Phoenix Mercury aren't just seeking their third WNBA Championship. They are on an unending quest for perfection that has elevated their play to record-shattering levels.
Sep. 12, 2014
They'll be looking at places that were used as shooting ranges during the war. Army officials say more than 36,000 soldiers trained at 15 skeet ranges in the area between 1943 and 1946.
Sep. 12, 2014
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake is getting a new title: reality TV star. The Discovery Channel recently filmed Flake and Democratic New Mexico Sen. Martin Heinrich as they lived for a week on a deserted island.
Sep. 12, 2014
A new report shows the number of abortions among Arizona residents was up slightly, last year, but among 18- and 19-year-olds, the number of abortions dropped by a third.
Sep. 12, 2014
You may want to keep your umbrella handy. The National Weather Service says more rain is in the forecast as early as Friday.
Sep. 12, 2014
The cost of filling up continues to trend downward. The statewide average price of gas is off 2 cents in the last week, to $3.39 per gallon.
Sep. 12, 2014
The school's accreditation is set to expire in 2017, and it's caused public backlash and division within the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Scottsdale.
Sep. 11, 2014
The judge presiding over the racial profiling case against Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has awarded the plaintiffs attorneys $4.4 million dollars in fees and expenses. Maricopa County must pick up the tab.
Sep. 11, 2014
Phoenix opened two recovery information centers Monday morning to help people affected by Monday’s record-breaking rainfall and floods.
Sep. 11, 2014
The Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission said it looks like evidence supports allegations that Attorney General Tom Horne used his staff to do campaign work on state time. The commission is moving ahead with its investigation to find out if Horne violated campaign law.
Sep. 11, 2014
Aging infrastructure is blamed for two separate water main breaks in Phoenix.
Sep. 11, 2014
The city of Mesa continues to assess financial damages after Monday’s flood that left more than 100 homes in knee-deep water.
Sep. 11, 2014
Officials at the Arizona Game and Fish are asking for the public’s help. The agency is hoping to find the persons responsible for the poaching of three bull elk in northern Arizona.
Sep. 11, 2014
The Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled state prosecutors can't use the results of warrantless blood-alcohol tests as evidence against people who are threatened with arrest when they refuse to go to a hospital.
Sep. 11, 2014
The U.S. Department of Defense wants the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to return guns and helicopters it donated under a controversial military surplus program. The request comes after the sheriff’s department lost track of some donated weapons.
Sep. 11, 2014

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