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heavy snow forces highway closures in northern arizona

cold front moving through state brought snow to high country, high winds, colder air to phoenix area.         

phoenix police identify man arrested after being shot by officer

lazaro curiel, 39, was released from the hospital and arrested after pointing a gun at an officer last friday night.         

snow in flagstaff; cold front moving through phoenix

cold front brings snow to flagstaff         

#boycottnra sparks businesses to shed ties with national rifle association

two phoenix-area companies are being targeted by the #boycottnra twitter movement.         

snow showers in flagstaff; cold front moving through phoenix

cold front brings snow to flagstaff         

arizona weather: february 2018 photos


adot video from february snow storm in northern arizona

snow was falling in northern arizona on feb. 23, 2018. here is some adot video from route 66 and interstate 40.         

phoenix police id trespassing suspect fatally shot by officer

it was the ninth police shooting in maricopa county in 2018. four people have been killed.         

officer-involved shooting in phoenix

phoenix police sgt. jonathan howard discusses an officer-involved shooting that occurred on feb. 22, 2017. a man was shot and killed after he was found trespassing at a vacant home while armed with a handgun.         

'male supremacy' added to national hate-groups list for the first time

asu professor lee bebout said the new designation validates men's-rights activism's overlap with white supremacy.         

photos: gcu mens basketball 2017-18 season


what we know now about the scottsdale school district investigations

need a primer on problems overtaking superintendent denise birdwell and the scottsdale unified school district? here's what we know now.         

why your phoenix streetlights look weird (or are about to)

phoenix is in the midst of replacing approximately 100,000 streetlights with energy-efficient led, or light-emitting diode, fixtures.         

woman finds burial flag by arizona dumpster, seeks family through social media

the woman who found a burial flag and photo in a wooden box near a phoenix dumpster believes the photo is of a man who served in the u.s. navy.         

moon valley and pointe tapatio golf courses to stop irrigating with drinking water

the moon valley country club and pointe tapatio lookout mountain golf club have been irrigating with drinking water for nearly 60 years.         

phoenix officer fatally shoots man suspected of trespassing, police say

a phoenix police officer fatally shot a man thursday who was suspected of trespassing a vacant home near 99th avenue and broadway road, police said.         

tentative deal reached over inmate death in jail run by arpaio

the case is one of many lawsuits filed against arpaio over the treatment of inmates in county jails during his 24 years as phoenix's top law enforcer.         

digital billboards put ads in front of students. are they harvesting personal info, too?

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

arpaio loses personal-injury lawsuit appeal

the arizona court of appeals upheld a lower-court judgment against former sheriff joe arpaio in a personal-injury lawsuit.         

bb gun fired at phoenix boys and girls clubs location

shots were fired at the phoenix location near 44th and belleview streets.