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I am writing to express deep concern about advertising that has appeared in this paper and others in Arizona. The ads are placed by out-of-state lawyers who are quite simply trolling for lawsuits.
PHOENIX (AP) — Two Republican candidates for Arizona governor who poured millions from their personal wealth into their primary election efforts last year were the top donors in the 2014 election.
Theater Works at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts presents The Legends Music Series, a new collaboration with TAD Management.
It was 1972 and Ramon Elias had just graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in recreation. He was looking for a job like any college kid fresh out of school.
Whether it was taking spot-up jump shots, dishing out assists or driving to the rim, Perry sophomore guard Markus Howard did it all against Skyline.
PHOENIX (AP) — Majority Republicans in the Arizona House have voted to change the body's rules and close caucuses to lobbyists, reporters and other members of the public.
PHOENIX (AP) — Federal authorities say an immigrant was out on bond and awaiting deportation hearings when he killed a Phoenix-area convenience store clerk over a pack of cigarettes.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that Tennessee and Nevada have officially joined the multi-state coalition led by Texas to block President Barack Obamaâs recent executive action on...
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona lawmaker who sponsored a law against "revenge porn" is working on a new version after a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups forced it to be put on hold.
How many of you hit a slice? Frustrating, isn’t it? A slice is a problem primarily because it doesn’t go anywhere.
PHOENIX -- Ever feel like a cop wrote you a ticket just to meet a quota?
Last week, the state of Oklahoma executed Charles Warner after the Supreme Court refused to halt his execution while he appealed the constitutionality of the drugs used to kill him. Warner and three...
As fans and visitors descend upon the Valley for the week leading up to the biggest sporting event of the year, so are dollars for the area’s private airports.
Arizona State University police officer Stewart Ferrin was supposed to be fired this week. The ASU police chief has placed him back on indefinite administrative leave pending further review.
Travis Schureman was a bit perplexed, much like everyone else, but he isn’t as concerned as others about where the Queen Creek football program will land once divisional placement is finalized.
Desert Botanical Garden is rolling out a new way to dine al fresco.
The Seasonal Table, a series of four-course dinners, will feature fresh, locally sourced cuisine set amid three picturesque venues within the verdant Phoenix attraction.
There has always been a fair amount of discontent with Arizona Interscholastic Association and the member schools it regulates.
A federal judge ruled that Arizona must keep issuing driver’s licenses to young undocumented immigrants protected by Obama’s executive action.
PHOENIX -- Saying "dreamers'' are here legally, a federal judge late Thursday permanently blocked the state from denying them licenses to drive.
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PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona lawmaker has proposed a ban on the use of tanning beds by minors as a way to cut down on skin cancers later in life
Spectators, participants and groups gathered on Monday to celebrate the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Mesa’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade — an event that has undergone much change in recent years.
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona trial judge who has handled several prominent cases denied knowing that her live-in boyfriend was a fugitive with a criminal record before he was arrested at her home.
Chandler Intel employee Bill Hoddy’s volunteer efforts across Arizona have given him a shot at winning a prestigious regional leadership award.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Jan. 12 in a suit brought by a local pastor against a Gilbert sign ordinance.