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Gov. Doug Ducey has vetoed a bill allotting more than $1 million to implement a pilot program to predict where and when crime will happen.
Apr. 14, 2015
A border crossing that's seen as part of a template to rescue damaged, rural economies along the Rio Grande has marked its second anniversary.
Apr. 14, 2015
Republican Sen. Kimberley Yee of Phoenix sponsored the provision as a means to increase accountability for naturopaths issuing medical marijuana certificates.
Apr. 14, 2015
Banner Health’s corporate headquarters in Phoenix is busting at the seams after a year of growth, and the state’s largest hospital system now is eying a bigger space in midtown Phoenix.
Apr. 14, 2015
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton announced last week that Uber is planning to open what he called a global command center in Phoenix. But officials with Uber won’t confirm that statement.
Apr. 14, 2015
One year after whistleblowers at the Phoenix VA went public about of delays in patient care, the House Committee on Veterans affairs is inquiring into whistleblower retaliations. Three whistleblowers testified about how they were treated after coming forward with the accusations of misconduct.
Apr. 13, 2015
The majority of Arizona taxpayers are choosing to file their returns online this year.
Apr. 13, 2015
The incoming graduating class of 2019 at Arizona State is expected to be larger to meet a goal set by President Michael Crow.
Apr. 13, 2015
A new lawsuit by a Flagstaff group could pave the way to Arizona cities adopting their own "living wage" laws.
Apr. 13, 2015
Mexico's Comisión Federal de Electricidad, its federal electricity commission, has awarded a contract to a group of Texas companies to build two pipelines, including a 143 mile natural-gas pipeline from the energy-rich Permian Basin of west Texas to the border with Mexico.
Apr. 13, 2015
Meteorologists said a forecast of 25-mph winds and humidity levels as low as 5 percent this week led to the watch.
Apr. 13, 2015
Lawyers for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio are asking a federal judge for a second time to cancel a four-day civil contempt of court hearing against the sheriff and four other officers.
Apr. 13, 2015
There’s a new look to an old street in North Phoenix. Last July, the Phoenix City Council adopted two ordinances intended to change the way streets are designed and constructed.
Apr. 13, 2015
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been road tripping up Central Avenue in our series “Central, PHX.” We started at South Mountain and made our way through Downtown, Midtown and North Central. And now we find ourselves at the end of the road. Literally.
Apr. 10, 2015
Multiple Phoenix VA employees came forward last year which led to a nationwide scandal about delays in patient care.
Apr. 10, 2015
Arizona’s Board of Regents is considering proposals to raise the cost of college at the state’s three universities. This because of nearly 100 million dollars in state budget cuts to the universities.
Apr. 10, 2015
On Oct. 9, 1995, the Los Angeles-bound Sunset Limited passenger train derailed in a remote area of the Arizona desert near the town of Hyder. The incident injured more than 70 people and killed one.
Apr. 10, 2015
HER launches one city at a time, and Phoenix is the latest. The creator said Phoenix moved up the list thanks to thousands of requests on social media.
Apr. 10, 2015
Homelessness is an issue that knows no bounds. It affects all races and age groups. But homelessness can be especially tough for young people trying to make it through school.
Apr. 10, 2015
A proposed development in the city of Benson about 45 miles southeast of Tucson is generating some controversy over its projected water use.
Apr. 10, 2015

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