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Gov. Ducey Aims To Consolidate Arizonas Airplane Fleet
Following the Arizona Department of Transportation's purchase of a new airplane, Gov. Doug Ducey wants to pare down the state's fleet.
May 25, 2015
ASU Nursing Students To Dispense Free Health Care At Westward Ho Hotel In Downtown Phoenix
The residents living at the old Westward Ho hotel in downtown Phoenix will be receiving free health care from Arizona State University.
May 25, 2015
Downtown Kingman Post Office To Remain Open
Kingman's historic downtown post office is no longer on the verge of closing. The U.S. Postal Service initially slated the facility to close at the end of 2014.
May 25, 2015
3 People Dead From Plane Crash Near Laughlin-Bullhead International Airport
The crash of a small plane near the Laughlin-Bullhead International Airport earlier this month has taken two more lives.
May 25, 2015
Longtime UA Baseball Coach Retires
The University of Arizona's longtime baseball coach has announced his retirement.
May 25, 2015
Volunteers Place Flags On Gravesites At National Cemetery
Memorial Day is a chance to pay our respects to the men and women killed in the line of duty or who are missing in action. At the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, volunteers and staff honor those individuals by coming together to place flags on the gravesites.
May 25, 2015
Your Flag Might Be Made In America, But Some Components Sourced Overseas
Tens of millions of flags of all sizes are sold annually, according to an industry spokesperson. But often times, meeting the demands of consumers requires manufacturers to look beyond our borders for materials.
May 25, 2015
Arpaio Wants Judge Off Racial Profiling Case
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio wants the judge who ruled against him in a racial profiling case and is overseeing contempt of court proceedings against him off the case. The sheriff argues the judge must take himself off the case because his impartiality is in question.
May 22, 2015
Wildfire Near Fountain Hills Not Progressing
A small wildfire that broke out Friday about 20 miles northeast of Phoenix is no longer progressing.
May 22, 2015
 Blue Range In Eastern Arizona Is Last Primitive Area In The US
In the 1920s, the U.S. Forest Service began to inventory wild places across the country. As a result, 76 primitive areas were established nationwide on U.S. forest land.
May 22, 2015
Arizona Coyotes Offer Street Hockey Clinics Around The Valley
The Coyotes have been active in the Valley, even after the team finished its season on the ice.
May 22, 2015
Peorias Theater Works Performs Sensory-Friendly Show For Kids With Developmental Disabilities
Theater Works in Peoria is trying something new this weekend. It’s presenting a special sensory-friendly performance of the musical "A Year with Frog and Toad."
May 22, 2015
Tips For Keeping Scorpions At Bay This Summer
We did some urban scorpion scouting — and killing — in Phoenix and spoke with entomologist Dawn Gouge and the scorpion hunter Kelly Walterscheid.
May 22, 2015
Outlook Strong For Summer Holiday Travel In Arizona
For more on holiday travel, we turn to Jan Freitag, senior vice president with STR, which provides research to the hotel industry.
May 22, 2015
Visually Impaired Kids In Phoenix Train For Grand Canyon Hike
Each week, a group of blind and visually impaired kids get together to tackle one of the many hiking trails in metro Phoenix. It's part of a training program they're involved with to prepare for a longer hike in the Grand Canyon this June.
May 22, 2015
Arizona Teachers Survey Gives Insight Into High-School Experience
At Combs High School in San Tan Valley, which held its graduation last night, English and creative-writing teacher Jess Burnquist surveys graduating seniors about what they learned.
May 22, 2015
Report: Options Limited For Arizonas Low-Income Renters
National Low Income Housing Coalition ranks Arizona 22nd in the country as far as affordability of a two-bedroom apartment.
May 22, 2015
Did You Know: Jerome Grand Hotel Home To Arizonas First Self-Service Otis Elevator
It was the first of its kind in Arizona and it was installed in a booming town early in the last century. And it’s still in use today.
May 22, 2015
Corporate-Sponsored Rest Stops Help Fund Future ADOT Projects
Beginning in 2009, the Arizona Legislature gave the Arizona Department of Transportation the ability to opt into a public-private partnership to support the department with different projects.
May 22, 2015
APS: Mylar Balloons Can Cause Power Outages
With graduation season well underway, the state’s largest utility is warning that something that may seem harmless could be potentially dangerous.
May 22, 2015

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