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PHOENIX -- Ever feel like a cop wrote you a ticket just to meet a quota?
Learn to live with urban wildlife
Every few years, a bear makes headlines by shambling through a Mesa alfalfa field, or mountain lions show up on a Scottsdale golf course. Most days, though, you’re far more likely to cross paths with a smaller critter, like a javelina or coyote.
PHOENIX -- Arizona's jobless rate dropped another tenth of a point last month, to a seasonally adjusted 6.7 percent, driven in great part by Obamacare.
PHOENIX -- Calling the state of education in Arizona "poor,'' the new superintendent of public instruction urged more money for teachers, less focus on job training and an end to the "roller coaster of dramatic changes'' in what and how students are taught.
Sen. John McCain is waging another national campaign — this time, to define his legacy.
Associa Arizona has been selected to manage the Cooley Station North Community Association.
Being recognized for one’s craft is always a rewarding feeling; whether it comes in a form of a “thank you” or an award.
One of the biggest goals for Chandler in 2015 will be continuing to improve its economic footprint.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona's new state Legislature will face a big problem as soon as its members are sworn in — a projected $1.5 billion budget deficit in the next 18 months, a third of that in the current budget year that ends June 30.
Matthew Capota is one of 33 students in the aviation program at Western Maricopa Education Center in Glendale, one of the 13 joint technical education districts in Arizona.
PHOENIX -- He admits the plan is a political long shot.
Gilbert’s 2014 was filled with a mix of progress and tumult among its governing entities. Its main school district continued to earn high marks but still went through a contentious year, while the town government itself currently faces a suit in the U.S. Supreme Court.
NEW YORK (AP) — Critics and early viewers agree that "The Interview" is less than a masterpiece. But thanks to threats from hackers that nearly derailed its release, it has become an event.
PHOENIX -- Forced to surrender on "dreamers,'' Gov. Jan Brewer is denying licenses to drive to a potentially more vulnerable group of migrants: domestic violence victims.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Federal officials say Pima Community College is in danger of losing financial aid because of a failure to monitor the students who receive it.
The desert and all its wildlife find themselves mixed into the Chandler city life. That’s why the Environmental Education Center at Veterans Oasis Park works to educate people on the animals they may come across.
Arizonans may get a chance to decide if they want to let farmers here grow an industrial — and not psychoactive — version of marijuana.
Members of the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board are backing away from a controversial decision they made to redact a portion of a widely used biology textbook.
So the Great Textbook Redaction ends not with a bang, but a whimper.
PHOENIX – Two men and two women have been sentenced in a federal student-aid fraud ring.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona officials say the state will receive $20 million in federal funds to enhance early childhood education. The Glendale Elementary School District is among the recipients of the awards.
Each year as part of its nationally recognized and highly successful program to manage and conserve bald eagles in the state, the Arizona Game and Fish Department asks outdoor recreationists and aircraft pilots to help protect important eagle breeding areas by honoring the closure of 23 areas across the state.
With the recent release of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1,” interest in target archery has soared, especially among young people.