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The man shot dead by Arizona Department of Public Safety officers early Monday morning was "probably" the same man who shot and killed two people, one in Buckeye and another in Glendale, police officials from Tempe and Glendale said.
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Travel on I-10 has reached another milestone with the Miracle Mile to Prince Road project, with the opening of the Prince Road interchange.
Adam Trenk called the recall process a joke and signed late actor James Gandolfini's name to his own recall petition.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's staff worked with proponents of a bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gays before the legislation was introduced in January, according to emails released by her office.
If you're an Arizonan, you may have had a better chance at avoiding a cold than people from the other 49 states.
Sixty-six minutes. That's the time it took for a man just released from an Arizona prison to get a ticket back to a cell.
Part of a Phoenix-area freeway will be closed midday Monday for the funeral procession for a Phoenix police officer fatally shot a week ago.
An Arizona Department of Public Safety officer was involved in a shooting that closed eastbound U.S. Highway 60 near Mill Avenue in Tempe early Monday morning, a DPS spokesman said.
Terry Valdez was thinking about Jackie Robinson and Jan Brewer while she waited for the Padres and the Mariners to take the field for an early spring training game in Peoria, Ariz., on Feb. 27. The day before, Arizona's Republican governor vetoed Senate Bill 1062, which would have allowed individuals, businesses and organizations to cite religious ... (more)
On Feb. 20-22, aspiring writers covering all genres converged on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University for the annual Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference presented by the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing .
The proposal, which sought to allow individuals and businesses to refuse service based on their religious beliefs, cleared the Arizona House and Senate but Governor Jan Brewer vetoed the measure amid a loud uproar.
If Republican lawmakers in Arizona and seven other states got their way, their states would have laws allowing Islamic owners of restaurants to refuse service to women who appear in public without a male relative or without covering their heads.
Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier Secretary of State Ken Bennett answers a question about the future of education during an Arizona gubernatorial candidate debate at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center in Prescott.
Craig Kundrot, deputy chief scientist of NASA's Human Research Program, says in a news release that the brothers provide a unique opportunity to study two people with the same genetics who were in different environments.
Bibiana Vazquez takes part in a protest march to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Phoenix Feb. 22 demanding that President Obama stop deportations.
Just a few months removed from a cantankerous fight over net-metering, Arizona s solar industry is upset over a proposal to assess property taxes on leased and financed systems.