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School choice advocates at the state Capitol have introduced a bill that would allow homeschooled students to ride public school buses in certain circumstances. [Read More]
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Scottsdale Unified superintendent Denise Birdwell pushed back on the spending controversy surrounding her district, describing it as a "fairy tale" and "fake news." [Read More]
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Newly released emails show a Valley school superintendent sought favors from an unlicensed architect who was awarded millions of dollars in school projects. [Read More]
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Arizona teens would lose their right to light up under a Republican-sponsored bill that will go before the Arizona State Legislature in the New Year. [Read More]
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Relatives released balloons for Christine Mustafa on what would have been her 35th birthday. [Read More]
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The victim was found outside by officers. [Read More]
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A team of Santa's helpers, dressed like the jolly old elf himself, will be taking to the rooftops in a North Phoenix neighborhood for another... [Read More]
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Police say a Phoenix homeowner helped solve at least two crimes when he confronted and chased a pepper spray-wielding suspect. [Read More]
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An architectural firm was not properly licensed, failed to disclose the felony conviction of its president, among other issues, an attorney hired by SUSD found. [Read More]
Some parents are demanding to know why the district hired a convicted felon for a major school renovation project. [Read More]
UPS drivers in Arizona say new company policies on overtime could put the public at risk on the roads. [Read More]
If certain federal protections are allowed to expire this month, activists say state-approved medical marijuana businesses could be at risk of federal raids. [Read More]
In a newly released 911 call, a Mesa woman describes how she escaped when a stranger climbed into her third-floor apartment and confronted her. [Read More]
After complaints of mold at a Phoenix-area dispensary, an independent lab tested samples. The results wouldn't meet standards in other states. [Read More]
Closing arguments are scheduled to begin Tuesday in the trial of a former Mesa police officer charged with second-degree murder. [Read More]
"You get really good stories out of being stupid sometimes, and I find myself being stupid lots," Roenick said. [Read More]
Family health advocates in Arizona are urging Congress to reauthorize a federal program that provided nearly $11 million dollars in funding for single moms and... [Read More]
"She has duct tape around her neck and a zip tie on her arm and she's sitting her in the trunk of her car," the... [Read More]
The new steel structures cast shade all day. [Read More]
Only about two percent of the Border Patrol's apprehensions took place at checkpoints from fiscal years 2012 through 2016. [Read More]
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