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The bills extend additional rights to college students who want to exercise their free speech rights on campus. But Gov. Ducey also signed a measure increasing the penalty for protestors who block traffic.
May. 17, 2016
The Phoenix City Council is scheduled to decide on a budget that tops $1 billion in general fund spending and calls for a property tax hike. With so much money at stake, each department has to make its case to the city manager and council. And, one department had to do some backpedaling after KJZZ started looking at the numbers.
May. 17, 2016
Courtroom
As the debate over whether the U.S. Senate should grant confirmation hearings to President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland rages on in Washington, there’s also judicial drama playing out here in Arizona.
May. 16, 2016
Jeff Adams
We’re looking at the people who do the jobs that you sometimes don’t see or don’t think about. We’re thinking about the jobs around the Phoenix area that might not be what you expect.
May. 16, 2016
The Fire Line book cover
In her new book, Fernanda Santos writes about what happened with the fire, the men who attempted to fight it and their surviving family members.
May. 16, 2016
"Bruce Munro: Sonoran Light" exhibit
The desert has often been associated with mystery and the unknown. Many people have come here for some sort of spiritual awakening — and sometimes your mind just gets blown.
May. 16, 2016
StoryBoard 3 Ember Black
ASU senior Marieke Davis's visual impairment hasn't deterred her from pursuing a career as an artist.
May. 16, 2016
Sharon Helman
The former director of the Phoenix VA has been sentenced to two years of probation for failing to report gifts from a lobbyist.
May. 16, 2016
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Control Tower
Long security lines at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport continue to be in effect, and that’s not a unique situation for major metropolitan airports. And if you’re planning on flying for a summer vacation, plan on long waits as well.
May. 16, 2016
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Lawsuits against Sheriff Joe Arpaio and the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office have climbed into the millions over the years.
May. 16, 2016
demand letter
Kingman still wants its $1.1 million back, and now it’s demanding that its former auditing firm cough up the cash that was allegedly taken by a former city budget analyst.
May. 16, 2016
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The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has approved a $2.3 billion tentative budget for fiscal year 2017. Included in that number is $10 million to help the sheriff’s office comply with a court order stemming from the 2013 Melendres v Arpaio ruling.
May. 16, 2016
More than 75,000 signatures are needed by August 5 to put newly enacted campaign finance laws that would allow more "dark money'' to flow into state elections on the ballot.
May. 16, 2016
A Northern Arizona town’s anger and frustration over perceived racial profiling and a police shooting has boiled up in recent weeks, with protesters calling for justice for a Native American woman shot and killed by a white officer. They’re also asking questions about who polices them, and how.
May. 16, 2016
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been ordered to conduct a surge of immigration arrests all over the country for the next month, targeting women and children from Central America.
May. 16, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Maricopa County has already paid out $41 million over the past eight years in the case.
May. 16, 2016
Customs and Border Patrol agents stopped an Arizona-bound tractor-trailer on Thursday. It was carrying $4.5 million worth of marijuana hidden in a shipment of pumps and machinery.
May. 16, 2016
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Students, seniors and people with disabilities get discounts to ride the bus and light rail. Now, the city of Phoenix is considering offering military veterans a deal.
May. 16, 2016
Glendale and Buckeye, hit hard by the housing bust, are among the fastest growing in new housing permits.
May. 16, 2016
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The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced steps to keep its products from being used in lethal injections, according to The New York Times.
May. 16, 2016

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