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Authorities in Prescott Valley said 66 buses were damaged in what investigators believe could have been part of a senior prank. School officials originally thought 83 buses were vandalized.
May. 11, 2015
Despite the cooler temperatures, the annual ban of open fires in Phoenix’s mountain and desert preserves will begin Friday.
May. 11, 2015
Officers protecting a controversial Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest did not know about an FBI memo sent to authorities in Texas beforehand that contained information about one of two gunmen who ultimately attempted to attack the event, but the information would not have changed their response, Garland's police chief said Monday.
May. 11, 2015
Federal environmental regulators are praising Northern Arizona University for its use of renewable energy.
May. 11, 2015
State education officials said special education teachers and providers in Flagstaff must receive more training or risk losing their federal funding.
May. 11, 2015
Former Gov. Jan Brewer is not going to have to give the notes she used for her "Scorpions for Breakfast" book to groups challenging the controversial immigration law she signed — at least not now.
May. 11, 2015
State Department of Transportation crews will be cleaning up the shoulders of the roadway after last month's 100-gallon diesel fuel spill. They'll also be excavating dirt.
May. 11, 2015
A morning Mother's Day hike at a Scottsdale summit went horribly wrong Sunday when a hiker out with her two daughters fell.
May. 11, 2015
The historic Kolb Studio at the Grand Canyon's South Rim will look like new again this week.
May. 11, 2015
On May 12 the Navajo Nation will finally inaugurate a new president. And many wonder how Russell Begaye will do in his new office.
May. 11, 2015
Researchers from around the globe met at University of California, San Diego last week to decipher what the formation actually is.
May. 11, 2015
The pipeline break cut off water supplies at Roaring Springs and the Cottonwood Campground on the North Kaibab Trail leading to the North Rim.
May. 11, 2015
Memorial services are scheduled this week in Nogales, Tucson and Phoenix to celebrate the life of former Gov. Raul Castro, Arizona's only Hispanic governor.
May. 11, 2015
As temperatures heat up, attendance goes down at Saguaro National Park. But there's still a budding reason to visit.
May. 11, 2015
The former police chief of the Mexican border city of Juárez is hospitalized and in stable condition after being shot on Friday.
May. 8, 2015
The revelation that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio hired computer consultant Dennis Montgomery to investigate an alleged conspiracy by the Central Intelligence Agency is creating ripples in the contempt of court case against the sheriff. On Friday, the judge instructed the sheriff's attorney to contact the CIA's chief of counsel.
May. 8, 2015
A Maricopa County superior court judge ruled Friday on the constitutionality of Arizona death penalty. Thirty defendants joined a motion to challenge the law to have the death penalty option removed from their cases.
May. 8, 2015
There will be two new high rise buildings on the site of the former Monti’s restaurant in Tempe. Thursday night, the Tempe City Council voted to move forward with the development.
May. 8, 2015
Income mobility, or the ability of a family or other group to change its economic status, is the subject of a recent report by two Harvard economists.
May. 8, 2015
The Phoenix Herpetological Society will soon be home to 10 freshwater crocodiles, a rarity in the United States.
May. 8, 2015

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