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I went through the “Top of the Class 2013” lists for all of the East Valley High Schools in the Chandler, Gilbert, Higley, Tempe and Mesa school districts.
Authorities have arrested a man who allegedly killed his girlfriend with a baseball bat in Mesa.
Desert Mountain boys basketball coach Todd Fazio is leaving to take over the Red Mountain program, he said Monday.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Ron Palillo, the actor best known as the nerdy high school student Arnold Horshack on the 1970s sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter," died Tuesday in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. He was 63.
The start of an Arizona legislator’s trial on federal criminal charges is being postponed so his lawyers can review material provided by prosecutors.
The state's newest lawmaker will be a political independent.
Facing a near-certain expulsion by his colleagues, Daniel Patterson resigned abruptly Wednesday from the state House.
PHOENIX -- The head of the House Ethics Committee took the first steps Tuesday to decide whether to take any action on the complaint filed against Rep. Daniel Patterson, D-Tucson.
Charging that Congress has exceeded its authority, state Attorney General Tom Horne asked a federal court Thursday to void a 36-year-old law governing how Arizona runs its elections.
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. • On TV these days, it may seem like it’s all Jersey, all the time.
My friend Alice called while she had several hours' layover before returning to Iraq. The civilian contract worker was home on leave but is now returning.
HOUSTON - Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour warned delegates to the Texas Republican convention in Dallas June 13 not to let purity be the enemy of unity.
Some last minute changes to Arizona’s new law aimed at illegal immigrants are largely meaningless according to one of the organizations that still plans to sue to have it overturned.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Bobby Bowden rode only a few bouncy steps on his players' shoulders, then hopped off.
A Gilbert man shot and killed his 3-year-old daughter and then turned the gun on himself Sunday, according to Mesa police.
NEW YORK — Alicia Istanbul woke up one recent Wednesday to find herself locked out of the Facebook account she opened in 2007, one Facebook suddenly deemed fake.
Alicia Istanbul poses in her home office in Marietta, Ga. Istanbul, a stay-at-home mother and jewelry designer, recently had her Facebook account temporarily canceled because of her unusual surname.
SEOUL, South Korea - North Korean guards detained an American journalist near the country's western border with China, a newspaper report said Thursday. However, another report said two U.S. reporters were taken into custody in the far northeast while trying to shoot footage of the communist country.
GUJIAO, China - Rescuers wearing headlamps and oxygen backpacks carried dozens of miners to safety Sunday after a gas explosion at a coal mine in northern China killed at least 74.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. - In the 17 years since Samuel Nyamwange came to New Jersey from Kenya, he's gotten used to his family calling about once every six weeks to check in.
BEIJING - Some 1,500 dogs bred for their raccoon-like fur have died after eating feed tainted with the same chemical that contaminated dairy products and sickened tens of thousands of babies nationwide, a veterinarian said Monday.
DONGGUAN, China - Unemployed worker Wang Wenming was angry at his boss for shutting down a massive Chinese factory this week that made toys for Mattel Inc., Hasbro Inc. and other American companies.
BEIJING - The parents of a 1-year-old boy who developed kidney stones after drinking infant formula tainted with an industrial chemical are suing the dairy at the heart of the scandal, state media reported, as tests implicated 15 more companies Wednesday.
BEIJING - While China grapples with its latest tainted food crisis, the political elite are served the choicest, safest delicacies. They get hormone-free beef from the grasslands of Inner Mongolia, organic tea from the foothills of Tibet and rice watered by melted mountain snow.
NEW YORK - As the finances of investment adviser Alberto Vilar soared in the 1990s, making him worth nearly a billion dollars, so did his interest and benevolence toward a great love - the opera. A fall worthy of the theater climaxes this week with the start of a trial on charges he defrauded investors.