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More than 25 challenges to Arizona candidates’ petition signatures were filed before yesterday’s deadline in races for governor, legislature and Congress.
Jun. 14, 2018
Last July, a pipe burst on the fifth floor of Phoenix’s Burton Barr Central Library during a monsoon. Now, after nearly a year, it’s set to reopen on Saturday.
Jun. 14, 2018
The FBI continues to pursue the idea of gaining access to encrypted cellphones, arguing the nation is less safe because of encryption.
Jun. 14, 2018
The Takeaway: The 2018 World Cup Kicks Off In Russia
The Men’s World Cup kicks off today in Russia. One million people are expected to visit the country, and more than three billion people are expected to watch worldwide.
Jun. 14, 2018
Amid trade wars and political tensions, something is bringing Canada, Mexico and the U.S. together: the 2026 Soccer Men’s World Cup. “United 2026” will be the first World Cup hosted by three nations.
Jun. 14, 2018
A Republican lawmaker is being criticized for saying "there aren't enough white kids to go around" when discussing integration in schools at an event in northern Arizona.
Jun. 14, 2018
Pima Community College in Tucson is considering eliminating its football program after next season in order to reach mandated budget cuts.
Jun. 14, 2018
Since the light rail extension opened along 19th Avenue in Phoenix two years ago residents and businesses have complained about people panhandling and trespassing. But they’re also taking action — working with the city to create a master development plan for the area by this summer.
Light Rail On The Way To Metrocenter Mall In Phoenix
Jun. 14, 2018
Arizona business leaders are worried that recent trade disputes with Canada could hurt the state’s bottom line.
Jun. 13, 2018
The U.S. Border Patrol says it is asking for the public’s assistance with information anyone may have about who shot an agent early Tuesday morning. The agent shot is a veteran agent who has worked 21 years for the Border Patrol.
Jun. 13, 2018
Calls have spiked to the Crisis Response Network following Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain's suicides.
Jun. 13, 2018
The Arizona senator said he'll continue to speak out against Trump's words and actions until his term ends.
Jun. 13, 2018
The Trump administration is moving to find Americans who may not legitimately be citizens.
Jun. 13, 2018
The Arizona Board of Regents has several new reports ranging from the earning power of undergraduate degree holders to the upcoming annual Arizona Teachers Academy report.
Jun. 13, 2018
Business and government leaders from Arizona and Sonora are en route to Tucson for the Arizona-Mexico Commission summit, which kicks off Thursday. Among the items on the two-day agenda are professional sports, cross-border supply chains, tourism and streamlining customs policies.
Jun. 13, 2018
Former state congressman Don Shooter was expelled from the House for “dishonorable” behavior related to sexual harassment allegations. He recently filed to run for Senate and was asked what he’d learned about the comments he said which got him in trouble.
Jun. 13, 2018
When someone does something wrong, in many instances, the first thought is how they should be punished. But a growing number of colleges and universities are taking a different approach.
Jun. 13, 2018
Recently the Phoenix Art Museum had a different take on the senior prom — for adults 60 years and older. The Show asked a few attendees to reflect on their high school proms.
Jun. 13, 2018
The Cochise County Board of Supervisors is requesting more federal funding for Mexican wolf recovery efforts. They're asking Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to consider a fairer compensation plan for the eastern Arizona communities hosting the recovery program and the state agencies managing it.
Jun. 13, 2018
The last couple of months have been especially troublesome when it comes to food-related illnesses. E. coli-tainted romaine lettuce that was grown in Arizona has led to nearly 200 people becoming sick, and five people dying, in 35 states.
Jun. 13, 2018

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