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Senate President Andy Biggs is defending his decision to block a vote on restoring a health care program for the children of the working poor.
Apr. 12, 2016
A major focus of the effort was to go after violent career criminals and gang members.
Apr. 12, 2016
bee
Bee colony populations have dropped more than half during the last decade but are slowly making a comeback. While scientists are not exactly sure what is causing this decline, Arizona researchers are pushing the limits of baby bees to see if it makes them stronger adults.
Apr. 12, 2016
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan listened to voter frustrations Monday night at the first of three public meetings this week.
Apr. 12, 2016
Arizona Coyotes logo
Don Maloney succeeded at one of the toughest jobs in sports, leading the Arizona Coyotes to the playoffs despite the constraints of operating a team owned by the NHL.
Apr. 11, 2016
Fry's Food Stores logo
The man who led the design and construction of Ralph’s grocery store in downtown Los Angeles will do the same with Fry’s in Phoenix.
Apr. 11, 2016
Traditional stores still make up the overwhelming majority of sales in the United States. But online purchases are climbing faster-- rising nearly 15 percent last year compared to just 1 percent for retail. So some online retailers are opening brick and mortar locations, while other stores are pushing omnichannel retail.
Apr. 11, 2016
Arizona Capitol
A bill that would bring group homes for recovering addicts under more government oversight is one step closer to the Governor’s desk.
Apr. 11, 2016
Voters in Maricopa County will now have more polling locations to choose from in next month’s special election. The Recorder’s office increased the number of polling places in Maricopa County from 62 to 116.
Apr. 11, 2016
Topock Fire
The Topock Fire burning on the Northern Arizona-California border is close to being fully contained.
Apr. 11, 2016
David Gowan
Gowan last week said only those reporters who agreed to criminal, civil and driving record checks could have floor access.
Apr. 11, 2016
Dr. Joseph Sirven
Some health apps can be electronic town criers. Our medical commentator, Dr. Joseph Sirven, explains.
Apr. 11, 2016
Ansel Adams, Canyon de Chelly National Monument
The Navajo Nation claims that over 300 human remains were removed from the canyon over the years following archeological expeditions.
Apr. 11, 2016
clean water
Water systems at an observatory, a prison and mobile home park in Arizona are among those that have tested above the federal limit for lead in the past three years.
Apr. 11, 2016
Americans drink a lot of wine. According to the California-based Wine Institute, Americans consumed more than 760 million gallons of table wine in 2014. And with wine consumption dipping in some European countries like France and Italy, that means all the more for us, especially for those who collect it. But what to do with all that vino? Some aficionados are forgoing home cellars for something a little more social.
Apr. 11, 2016
Advocates who want the state's children's health insurance program restored plan to rally at the Capitol to try to persuade the Arizona Senate to consider a proposal the House has already approved.
Apr. 11, 2016
body camera
News organizations have asked a judge to release body-camera videos in the case of a Mesa police officer charged with murder in the killing of an unarmed man outside his Mesa hotel room nearly three months ago.
Apr. 11, 2016
firefighter helmet
The cash-strapped city of Prescott may turn to voters for help bolstering its depleted fire department.
Apr. 11, 2016
Robert Fisher
Scottsdale police and FBI officials announced plans Friday to plaster age-enhanced photos of Robert William Fisher on digital billboards across Arizona as the case approaches its 15th anniversary.
Apr. 10, 2016
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan is holding three public meetings to review voter frustrations with the presidential preference elections.
Apr. 8, 2016

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