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They can't gather their first signature for more than seven months, but foes of Republican Diane Douglas, newly elected the state school superintendent, now have the legal ability to start soliciting funds for the effort.
For more than 20 years, Jay Leno used comedy and charm to keep late-night viewers enthralled as the host of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
Tempe’s annual holiday kickoff has served as a consistent source of entertainment and joy for families for two decades without necessarily offering the same experience one year after another.
Two things about this 3-year-old Maine Coon Mix: She is a girl, despite being named Charlie and she only has eight of her nine lives left. A Good Samaritan rescued Charlie as a stray and left her at the Humane Society in a box that didn’t provide enough ventilation on a hot Phoenix day. Happily, Charlie made a full recovery.
Thanksgiving is a day of warmth amid a cold season that serves as a sharp contrast to the start of a desolate stretch of months. It’s the start of a stretch that can be quite difficult for families who cannot afford several of the components that fuel the warmth, whether it’s the turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing or the camaraderie that comes from spending an afternoon among the people who care.
High school students from across Arizona with an interest in learning about mobile apps can participate in Gilbert’s upcoming SPARK APP League competition.
If you’re looking for a job, you may have posted your resume on the state website, azjobconnection.gov. It’s required if you collect unemployment benefits in Arizona.
PHOENIX -- Arizonans may get a chance to see who provided Gov. Jan Brewer some of the information for her book and what they told her.
The Tempe Elementary School District will interview for a series of open teaching position at the fall teacher recruitment fair on Dec. 2.
Some things don't change.
Creo Montessori School opened its doors in Gilbert with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 17.
PHOENIX (AP) — Authorities say a suspect shot and injured a Phoenix police officer and then fatally wounded himself as police closed in.
Police spokesman Sgt. Trent Crump says officers with the gang patrol stopped the suspect Thursday night while he was riding his bike in west Phoenix.
KNXV reports (http://bit.ly/1z16tKH ) that Crump says that when the officers stepped out of their car, the suspect opened fire and hit an officer in the leg.
Crump says police tracked the suspect down and saw him shoot himself.
The station reported that he was hospitalized but police say he later died.
Crump says the injured officer had surgery and is expected to survive.
The officer's brother — also a Phoenix officer — rushed to the hospital when he heard of the shooting.
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner declared Friday that President Barack Obama was "damaging the presidency" with his unilateral action on immigration. He said the Republican-run House will not stand by, but gave no hint of what the response would be.
Valley Christian High School will host the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Tech Challenge qualifier event this Saturday.
Monti’s La Casa Vieja on Mill Avenue in Tempe closed on Nov. 17 after nearly 60 years in business — and now dozens of items and memorabilia from within the historic home-turned-restaurant will be sold in a live auction on Thursday, Dec. 4. The auction will be held at Monti’s starting at 7 p.m. A preview of the memorabilia begins at 5 p.m.
After over six years of producing and teaching theater skills to local youth, Copperstar Repertory Co. in Chandler has one show left before it permanently drops the curtain.
The East Valley is home to several farmers markets every week, but what you might not know is that there is more than just local produce offerings available. A handful of these local, small companies work out of a shared kitchen in Chandler owned by AZ Food Crafters and sell their products at farmers markets around the East Valley. Check their websites (listed below) for details on current offerings and market locations.
Two teary-eyed servers embraced. A sign was taped to the inside of the door, directing the remaining stragglers to exit out the side entrance. This door would never open to the same place again.
PHOENIX (AP) — Northbound Interstate 17 has reopened after a commercial truck-tractor rear-ended four vehicles, spreading brick pavers across the roadway, and leaving one person dead Wednesday.
The northbound lanes of the freeway opened again around 2 p.m.
Department of Public Safety spokesman Tim Case said the crash occurred just after 6:45 a.m. when a commercial truck-tractor pulling a flat-bed with concrete pavers rear-ended four vehicles near Bell Road that were stopped due to the morning rush.
The truck then swerved and crashed into the median wall, which sent many of the pavers into the southbound lanes of I-17.
The first vehicle that was rear-ended burst into flames, according to Case. The driver of that vehicle was pulled out by a DPS officer and taken to the hospital where he or she was pronounced dead.
Two other individuals were transported to the hospital in critical condition.
One witness told ABC15, "The semi full-speed, no brake lights, no anything just plowed into the first car, then into the second car and then into the third car."
Air15 video showed the semi truck with front-end damage, another vehicle on its side and a third vehicle with rear-end damage.
DPS officers were seen administering a sobriety test to what appeared to be the driver of the semi-truck.
Case said the driver of the semi-truck has been taken into custody and is being questioned.
There has been no word yet on whether the truck driver faces charges.
Dear Gilbert Public Schools Board Members and Dr. Kishimoto,
The election silly season is over and the Santa silly season is upon us. Tens of thousands of swindlers are sharpening up their spiels to separate you from your hard-earned money. They break your heart with pictures of ragged children, trash-strewn alleys or whatever. “You can save a child for $7.23.”
NEW YORK — Planes are full. Passengers clamor for amenities. Investors want a payout. New planes are on order.
A comic book store specializing in graphic novels, gaming and collectables opened in a new and more profitable location in Mesa this month.