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Kingman still wants its $1.1 million back, and now it’s demanding that its former auditing firm cough up the cash that was allegedly taken by a former city budget analyst.
May. 16, 2016
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The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has approved a $2.3 billion tentative budget for fiscal year 2017. Included in that number is $10 million to help the sheriff’s office comply with a court order stemming from the 2013 Melendres v Arpaio ruling.
May. 16, 2016
More than 75,000 signatures are needed by August 5 to put newly enacted campaign finance laws that would allow more "dark money'' to flow into state elections on the ballot.
May. 16, 2016
A Northern Arizona town’s anger and frustration over perceived racial profiling and a police shooting has boiled up in recent weeks, with protesters calling for justice for a Native American woman shot and killed by a white officer. They’re also asking questions about who polices them, and how.
May. 16, 2016
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been ordered to conduct a surge of immigration arrests all over the country for the next month, targeting women and children from Central America.
May. 16, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Maricopa County has already paid out $41 million over the past eight years in the case.
May. 16, 2016
Customs and Border Patrol agents stopped an Arizona-bound tractor-trailer on Thursday. It was carrying $4.5 million worth of marijuana hidden in a shipment of pumps and machinery.
May. 16, 2016
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Students, seniors and people with disabilities get discounts to ride the bus and light rail. Now, the city of Phoenix is considering offering military veterans a deal.
May. 16, 2016
Glendale and Buckeye, hit hard by the housing bust, are among the fastest growing in new housing permits.
May. 16, 2016
Grand Canyon
The lone road leading to the Grand Canyon's North Rim has reopened.
May. 16, 2016
Two Palestinian men who traveled through eight countries to get to Arizona are in limbo as their asylum cases play out in immigration court.
May. 16, 2016
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The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced steps to keep its products from being used in lethal injections, according to The New York Times.
May. 16, 2016
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Northern Arizona University will become a smoke- and tobacco-free campus beginning July 1.
May. 16, 2016
Robert "LaVoy" Finicum
A dozen lawmakers signed a letter to Oregon's Governor and the FBI director asking for a "full and transparent" investigation into federal actions during the standoff.
May. 13, 2016
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman
Many of television’s most critically-acclaimed shows over the past decade or so have featured the so-called antihero — flawed protagonists like Walter White of "Breaking Bad" and Don Draper of "Mad Men."
May. 13, 2016
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The Valley’s arts scene has a new leader. He wanted to be the lead singer in a hair band when he was 12 years old, so you may be surprised he has taken over as president and general director of Arizona Opera.
May. 13, 2016
Since Sky Harbor is considered a major economic driver for the region, how much of a focus should expanded international service be?
May. 13, 2016
APS
APS this week confirmed it’ll ask regulators to approve demand rates, when they take up the utility’s rate case this summer.
May. 13, 2016
apartment building
The first quarter of this year boasted the Phoenix area’s highest-ever rents and lowest-ever vacancies.
May. 13, 2016
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Gov. Doug Ducey has signed into law three bills that he says will boost Arizona’s sharing economy. The action follows the vision he laid out during January’s State of the State speech.
May. 13, 2016

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