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A man has been ordered jailed until his trial on a charge that he participated in the fatal shooting of a tribal police officer during a traffic stop on the outskirts of metro Phoenix.
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Approved by voters long ago but delayed by a budget crunch, the north Phoenix extension has been a long time coming.
5 hrs ago | Business Journal
The economic and social heft of the nation's millennials can be felt in cities from coast to coast, and metro areas in states that border Mexico are no exception, according to a new survey commissioned by Havas PR North America.
Review: Urban Tacos in Phoenix has stellar salsa The taqueria has more than 10 salsas, and street tacos such as pork belly, octopus, and shrimp.
Phoenix police have released the identity of an 8-year-old boy who died after he collided with a vehicle while riding his back Wednesday evening.
Holliday Moore is a Phoenix native with more than 25 years experience in the local and national broadcast and media industry.
Dennis Hof owns the well-known Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Carson City, which has been in business since 1955.
Now through Saturday, Someburros is celebrating its 28th year of business with twice-daily Pinata Hunts.
Phoenix's average high temperature during the summer is projected to reach more than 114 degrees by the year 2100.
Report: Phoenix average summer temp will hit 114 degrees by 2100 Arizona summertime temperatures may reach an average of 114 degrees based on current climate trends.
The family of a murdered couple is speaking out a week after they were found brutally killed.
Members of the Phoenix Fire Department train 200 hours to be a member of the TRT-- or Technical Rescue Team.
The shooting death occurred on June 16, 2001 when three suspects went into a Dollar Store near Thomas Road and 75th Avenue where police say the store clerk was assaulted and a customer, 41-year-old Jaime Hugo Olivera-Perez, was shot and killed.
Jackson County sheriff's investigators have taken a Moss Point man into custody after a DNA sample linked him to a Oct. 16, 2001, shooting death at a convenience store in Phoenix, Ariz., Jackson County Sheriff Charles Britt said.
Phoenix police said a vehicle pulled up to the gate of a business near Tatum Boulevard and the Loop 101 last Saturday.
Phoenix police spokesman James Holmes, said the victim was collecting cans at Barrios Unidos Park near 16th Street and Mohave when she was attacked by a Bullmastiff/ Pit Bull mix and four other dogs.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:21 am
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