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Arizona Well Represented In National Geography Bee
If you think you’re smart, have a chat with 12-year-old Ari Mehta.
May. 19, 2014
Cost Among Reasons 911 Texting System Not Available In Arizona
The country’s four major wireless carriers have made text-to-911 systems available to select states and cities.
May. 19, 2014
New Wireless Phone Service Aimed At Latino Consumers
A new wireless phone service is being released Monday specifically for Latino consumers.
May. 19, 2014
Arpaio
A Maricopa County Sheriff's deputy who recently died in an apparent suicide was also hoarding hundreds of hours of traffic-stop footage at his home, new evidence showed. Those recordings might prove relevant in the racial-profiling case against Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his office.
May. 16, 2014
All Phoenix Pools To Be Open For First Time In Five Years
For the first time in a long time, all 29 of the Phoenix city pools will be open for business.
May. 16, 2014
Trouble Swirls Around Tom Horne
It’s probably not a stretch to say Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has had better weeks in his life.
May. 16, 2014
Valley Has High Percentage Of
The Valley has a problem with the number of teenagers and young adults who are neither in school nor working.
May. 16, 2014
For a lot of out of town visitors, walking into the Desert Botanical Gardens is like entering somewhere unique and unfamiliar.
May. 16, 2014
Trying To Stump Flagstaff
What if one person — even a close relative or friend — called you the Michael Jordan of anything? Wouldn’t you feel great?
May. 16, 2014
Tiny Desert Concert: Sister Lip
Sister Lip's music is hard to categorize. The band joined us in studio to talk about their new album, "Thanks for the Mondays."
May. 16, 2014
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Summer vacation isn’t that far off for many Arizona students — next week in some districts.
May. 16, 2014
Three Killed As Interstate 17 Snarled By Two Accidents
It hasn’t been a good day for drivers using Interstate 17. Two serious crashes have caused long delays.
May. 16, 2014
A Top VA Official Resigns Following Health Care Scandal
The growing scandal over deadly delays at the VA hospital in Phoenix has cost a high-ranking official his job.
May. 16, 2014
ASU Baseball Says Goodbye To Packard Stadium
We talked with Jeff Metcalfe of The Arizona Republic about the closing of Packard Stadium.
May. 16, 2014
Telling The Stories Of Neighbors In The Garfield District
Who are your neighbors? Those are some of the questions posed by a new photography exhibit that will be up for one night Friday. It’s put together by the Phoenix-based group Culture is Life, a media arts collective for women of color.
May. 16, 2014
Wrong-Way Driver Who Killed Officer Was Drunk
The Department of Public Safety says lab tests have confirmed the wrong-way driver who killed a Mesa police officer early Monday morning was drunk.
May. 16, 2014
With Memorial Day Around The Corner, Gas Prices Drop Slightly
Gas prices in Arizona are easing a bit ahead of the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Prices are down about a half-cent to a statewide average of $3.50 a gallon.
May. 16, 2014
U Of A To Build Biomedical Building In Downtown Phoenix
The University of Arizona has announced plans for a Biomedical Partnership facility next to its Cancer Center, which is under construction in downtown Phoenix.
May. 16, 2014
Heat Expected To Be 10 Degrees Above Average This Weekend
The National Weather Service in Phoenix is forecasting the warmest weekend of the year.
May. 16, 2014
Grand Canyon Pipe Break Points To Larger Problem
A broken pipe that cut off a water supply for hikers at Grand Canyon National Park this week is just the latest in a series of problems that point to an aging park infrastructure.
May. 16, 2014

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