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Listen to the sounds of Ryan Warling training at American Pankration Fighting in Tempe.
Jun. 2, 2016
The three plays will delve into “living room stories.” Each has two directors: one adult and one child.
Jun. 2, 2016
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A new list of the 20 most charming college towns in the U.S. just came out from the apartment-finding website RentLingo. Both Flagstaff and Tempe made the list.
Jun. 2, 2016
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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday held a ceremonial bill signing for a new law making it easier for homeowners to rent out their places using services like Airbnb.
Jun. 2, 2016
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report nearly 600 travel-associated cases of Zika virus in the United States, as of May 25.
Jun. 2, 2016
On June 2, 1976, the bombing of a car in downtown Phoenix sent a chill through the growing city and its journalists.
Jun. 2, 2016
Businesses owned by black women and Latinas in Arizona more than doubled over five years, according to a 2012 NWBC report. The number of businesses owned by Asian women rose by about 50 percent.
Jun. 2, 2016
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A civil rights group is suing the Arizona Secretary of State and Maricopa County officials for mismanaging the recent presidential preference election
Jun. 2, 2016
A federal judge says the Navajo Nation can seek damages from Free People, LLC, a subsidiary of Urban Outfitters Inc. It’s the latest development in the tribe’s lawsuit against the company for what they say is the illegal use of the word "Navajo" to describe their merchandise.
Jun. 2, 2016
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Phoenix police say a homicide investigation is underway after three young children were found dead Thursday morning at home near Greenway Road and Interstate 17.
Jun. 2, 2016
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In the middle of a field of sorghum, near Maricopa, a giant robot is at work. Scientists are using that machine to study biofuel crops under drought conditions.
Jun. 2, 2016
Saying there's evidence of illegal retaliation, a federal appeals court gave the go-ahead Wednesday for the Arizona Students Association to sue the Board of Regents to get back money the latter group says was illegally withheld.
Jun. 2, 2016
Just before 4 a.m., the sky lit up and then what looked like a giant fireball exploded over the Salt River Indian Reservation.
Jun. 2, 2016
Airbnb
Gov. Doug Ducey is defending a new law he signed that allows people with one home-- or dozens-- to rent them out for weekends no matter what local cities and their neighbors think.
Jun. 2, 2016
The Arizona Department of Education has shut down a school for special needs students in Glendale, but a spokesman for the school says the problems have been fixed and about 120 students will return next week.
Jun. 2, 2016
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A piece of land that was improperly tilled led to hazardous road conditions, accidents and closures on Interstate 10. The dust was ultimately contained with a product called Gorilla Snot, produced by a Valley company.
Jun. 2, 2016
Fatal motor vehicle crashes in the state jumped up more than 15 percent in 2015 compared to 2014, according to new data released by the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Jun. 1, 2016
When it opened as the Jefferson Hotel in 1915, the six-story building was the tallest in the state. In 1960, it served as a brief backdrop in the movie, “Psycho.” The city bought it 25 years ago and it’s sat vacant for the last six.
Jun. 1, 2016
An unattended camp fire in Coconino National Forest.
During Memorial Day weekend, countless campers headed up to Northern Arizona, and many of them forgot to take care of something before heading home.
Jun. 1, 2016
Phoenix City Council members unanimously approved a new ordinance designed to protect dogs. It prohibits what's often called 'tethering,' or restraining a dog to a stationary object and leaving it unattended.
Jun. 1, 2016

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