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As Tempe moves forward with plans to launch a public bike rental program similar to Phoenix and Mesa, city leaders must decide whether to allow advertising to offset costs.
Mar. 29, 2016
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Council members are set to discuss a proposal Tuesday night that would create a safe place for people to conduct Internet exchanges.
Mar. 29, 2016
Andy Tobin
The state regulator, who was appointed to the Arizona Corporation Commission after the resignation of Susan Bitter Smith, is running for a full term.
Mar. 29, 2016
high blood pressure
A company in Flagstaff is working on a medical device to treat resistant high blood pressure with microwave energy. It targets overactive nerves.
Mar. 29, 2016
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Those in opposition say this will give too much authority to the agency.
Mar. 29, 2016
The legislation essentially says if a weapon or device is legal under federal law, it's legal in Arizona.
Mar. 29, 2016
Arizona Department of Health Services
Authorities say the risk of the virus spreading throughout Arizona is low.
Mar. 29, 2016
The smallest border crossing in Arizona has changed and threatens to change the way of life for many Native Americans in the Arizona-Mexico border region.
Mar. 29, 2016
sex chromosomes
New ASU research suggests what was once thought to be a clear-cut divide of where sex is assigned may be blurrier than we realize.
Mar. 29, 2016
The Copa America is the oldest international soccer tournament and crowns the champion of South America every four years. The last games were held in Chile in 2015 and plans are set for Brazil 2019, but this year, the tournament will leave its native continent for the first time in history to celebrate its 100th birthday in the United States.
Mar. 28, 2016
Alcoholic drink
An Arizona law to crack down on underage drinking may soon be overturned because a state lawmaker wants tourists who are over 21, but have valid, vertical driver's licenses, to be able to buy alcohol.
Mar. 28, 2016
The top election officials for both the state and Maricopa County insisted there were reasons for the decisions they made that led to hours-long lines at polling places.
Mar. 28, 2016
Pet waste poop sign
City leaders are scheduled to tackle pet waste during Tuesday's work study session.
Mar. 28, 2016
flock of birds
To keep birds away, growers have tried more than just scarecrows — including cannons, noises that mimic predators and even lasers. Nothing really works.
Mar. 28, 2016
Group A Strep
Flagstaff scientists have identified a rare strain of “flesh-eating bacteria” in Coconino County. It’s the first time the “superbug” has been seen in Arizona.
Mar. 28, 2016
cursive writing
The measure would require students to show by the end of fifth grade they are able to create readable documents through legible cursive handwriting.
Mar. 28, 2016
Baker Canyon Fire
The Baker Canyon Fire has burned almost 8,000 acres near Douglas in southeastern Arizona. But, fire officials say the blaze is now 90-percent contained.
Mar. 28, 2016
EMT Rollin Jones
For many people who are homeless or who have behavioral health issues, the right medical care is too far out of reach. Often folks turn to emergency services for basic healthcare—which can be both expensive and ineffective. Santa Fe is just one of a dozen cities across the U.S. to try out a new program that brings meaningful help to people who frequently call 911.
Mar. 28, 2016
downtown scottsdale parking
Finding a parking spot in downtown Scottsdale can be tough. While the city is working on long-term solutions to help businesses and visitors, it’s asking for public feedback.
Mar. 28, 2016
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The laws in question were passed by the Arizona Legislature in 2007 and 2008 and criminalize using a fake identity to seek work. They have been used by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to arrest unauthorized immigrants in worksite raids.
Mar. 28, 2016

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