Arizona Election Audit Confirms Bidens Win In Maricopa County, But Also Casts Doubts
A widely criticized, GOP-led review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County concluded that Joe Biden received more votes for president than Donald Trump.
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Great Hearts Academies Getting Ready To Launch Own Microschools
Great Hearts Academies, which operates a network of public charter schools in Arizona and Texas, is getting ready to launch a new learning option for students and families: microschools. These are learning communities that are typically smaller than traditional schools.
Justice OConnors Brother Remarks On 40th Confirmation Anniversary
This week marks a flashpoint in American history by one of Arizona’s own. It’s the 40th anniversary of Sandra Day O’Connor becoming the first woman confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
Downtown Phoenix Ambassador Dies From Injuries From Crash
Hans Hughes, who served as an ambassador for downtown Phoenix, died Sept. 21, about a month after he was hit by an alleged drunk driver while riding his bike home from work.
The Kachina Is Back, And The Coyotes Hope It Attracts Fans
The city of Glendale says the upcoming hockey season will be the last one for the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena. The team is interested in putting together a new development in Tempe. And now, its popular Kachina-based logo is returning in the attempt to attract more attention to its on-ice product.
Biden Unveils Plans To Keep Workers Cool In Extreme Heat
The Biden administration this week announced plans to implement new safety standards, aimed at protecting workers from extreme heat.

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Sam Is Now A Major Hurricane But Isn't Likely To Hit Land
The storm was located about 630 miles off the coast of French Guiana on Saturday. There's a slight chance it could hit Bermuda, but modeling currently shows it's likely to miss the island.
The Border Is Reopening At Del Rio After The U.S. Clears Migrant Camp
U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a statement outlining plans to allow passenger and cargo traffic to resume. Earlier, a camp of 15,000 migrants, mostly Haitians, had gathered there.
FBI Investigating Reported Assault of Female U.S. Service Member By Afghan Evacuees
The service member said male evacuees staying at the Doña Ana County Range Complex in New Mexico assaulted her, according to local reports.
A 'Miracle House' Surrounded By A Volcano's Lava Is Still Standing
The Cumbre Vieja volcano has damaged hundreds of homes and forced more than 6,000 people to evacuate as lava raced across La Palma, part of the Spanish archipelago known as the Canary Islands.
A Federal Judge Blocks A Vaccine Mandate For NYC Teachers
The nation's largest school system has been temporarily stopped from enforcing a vaccine mandate for teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge just days before it was to take effect.