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peoria firefighter, who rescued man from house fire, awarded medal of valor

a firefighter with the peoria fire- medical department received the national medal of valor award from president trump tuesday.         





volunteers work to corner mexican gray wolves

        





maricopa community colleges faculty in uproar over possible changes to bargaining policy

the governing board for the largest community college system in arizona proposes changes to the faculty negotiation process for salaries, benefits.         





skoollive digital billboards stir concerns at arizona schools after dirty words are uploaded into the system

one arizona school finds itself at the center of controversy after objectionable words appeared on the digital screens.         





beached gray whale returned to ocean after 3 days on mexico coast

the whale swam into a shallow canal near puerto adolfo lopez mateos last thursday and was then stranded by the ebbing tide.         





expect delays as interstate 17 temporarily closes near arizona's black canyon city

the arizona department of transportation says motorists on interstate 17 will face short delays as workers remove rocks deemed as a potential hazard.         





digital billboards that run ads in schools spark controversy in arizona

one arizona school finds itself at the center of controversy after objectionable words appeared on the digital screens.         





counting on conversations with people who are homeless to reveal respect, gain resources

the point-in-time count is required by u.s. department of housing and urban development to guide policy and funding.         





arizona talks hosts forum tuesday for state schools superintendent candidates

six candidates vying to be elected as the state's top education official are participating in a forum tuesday night.         





blowing dust makes for hazardous driving conditions on i-10

blowing dust makes for hazardous driving conditions on i-10, southeast of riggs road on the gila river indian community on monday afternoon, february 19, 2018. david wallace/azcentral.com         





winds drive blowing dust toward phoenix area while snow hits northern arizona

temperatures expected to drop over next few days in phoenix area.         





i-17 outside flagstaff reopens after serious crash

there has been several accidents, with a major crash reported on i-17 northbound near sr 179.         





digital billboards in arizona schools

critics have expressed concerns about digital billboards in arizona's schools.         





nancy pelosi in arizona to argue donald trump's tax cuts will devastate working families

pelosi has offered scathing criticism of trump's signature legislative accomplishment: the $1.5 trillion tax cut package that passed in december.         





should you need a license to work from home? lawmakers say no, cities say yes

house bill 2333 would prevent municipalities from prohibiting home-based businesses that otherwise conform to laws on parking, traffic and noise.         





blowing dust moving into the phoenix area, affecting driver visibility on i-10

traffic cameras from adot were showing areas of blowing dust that could affect visibility for motorists monday afternoon.         





newcomer’s guide to spring in phoenix

what is “spring” in a place where reaching 120 degrees isn’t a record high on a number of days in june?         





police identify phoenix man fatally shot in his driveway after checking noise

allen saka was fatally shot in his driveway after hearing a noise outside his residence and going to investigate, phoenix police said.         





cities battle at arizona capitol for right to regulate home-based businesses

house bill 2333 would prevent municipalities from prohibiting home-based businesses that otherwise conform to laws on parking, traffic and noise.         





lawmaker: lack of regulation for arizona tattoo industry is ‘shocking’

a bill would require all body-art businesses to take annual training and would allow inspection of premises and investigate complaints.