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warm fire
June 8, 2016, marks 10 years since the Warm Fire sparked controversy north of the Grand Canyon.
Jun. 7, 2016
Arizona’s Site Steward program is turning 30 this year.
Jun. 7, 2016
warm fire
June 8, 2016, marks 10 years since the Warm Fire sparked controversy north of the Grand Canyon. Fire managers decided to manage the blaze to get rid of dense fuels. But days later strong wind gusts pushed the fire beyond its boundary and changed the landscape for centuries to come.
Jun. 7, 2016
Copa America Centenario Games logo
Ecuador and Peru face off at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the second of three Copa America Centenario games that will be played in Glendale, and emergency responders are warning fans to be prepared for scorching temperatures.
Jun. 7, 2016
It's only a week since Arizona Public Service asked to raise rates and add a new charge to customers’ bills, and already backlash has begun.
Jun. 7, 2016
At Phoenix Comicon, people can mask who they are by wearing an actual mask, makeup or costume.
Jun. 7, 2016
When Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the federal government’s directive that public schools let students use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity, one of the plaintiffs was the Heber-Overgaard Unified School District.
Jun. 7, 2016
Interstate 10 traffic
That drive to Los Angeles on interstate 10 could soon become more pleasant thanks to a new partnership. The effort is known as the I-10 Corridor Coalition.
Jun. 7, 2016
measles virus particle
The case, announced Tuesday, is the first to be discovered in Maricopa County.
Jun. 7, 2016
Part 2: In 2012, a senior official in the Department of Homeland Security declared that Mexico’s southern border with Guatemala was essentially the southern border of the U.S. That was two years before the Central American child migrant crisis unfolded in the U.S. Since then, the United States has assisted Mexico on its southern border. The result has been unprecedented deportations from Mexico amid a rise in allegations of corruption against its immigration agents.
Jun. 7, 2016
central farm
In an effort to "green up" undeveloped areas, Glendale City Council members will be asked to consider leasing land.
Jun. 7, 2016
Sweeping the streets
Today we step into a day on the job with street sweepers. You see them driving slowly on the freeways and in neighborhoods cleaning up dirt from the gutters. The trucks have two steering wheels and most operators drive on the right side of the vehicle.
Jun. 6, 2016
More than 2,000 people have made their own instruments at the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery in Phoenix, which is marking its 40th year of teaching what many call the “art” of guitar making.
Jun. 6, 2016
cyber security file art
A lack of corporate headquarters has been a sore subject for a number of years in the Valley.
Jun. 6, 2016
phoenix police department logo
There are three finalists to be the next Phoenix Police Chief: Mike Kurtenbach, Peter Newsham and Jeri Williams.
Jun. 6, 2016
Muhammad Ali’s presence in the Valley had a huge impact on Parkinson’s Disease research.
Jun. 6, 2016
State education officials have re-inspected a private school for special needs students that was shut down because of safety concerns.
Jun. 6, 2016
National Citizen Review Panel
There are more than 19,000 children in foster care in Arizona. It’s a number that keeps growing in our state, despite the money and resources being poured into the state’s child welfare system.
Jun. 6, 2016
Vandal suspects at the Grand Canyon.
National Park Service investigators searching for two people who vandalized a rock at the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. A man and woman were seen – and photographed – spray painting the rock with the words “Evans 16.”
Jun. 6, 2016
The Valley’s first Copa America Centenario match fell on the third straight day of record breaking heat, but that wasn’t expected to keep futbol fans from taking in the spectacle of Mexico vs. Uruguay at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Jun. 6, 2016

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