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The report criticizes mandatory minimum and "truth in sentencing" laws for keeping non-violent offenders in prison far longer than other states.

As cities try to adapt to rising temperatures, they're finding that it's more complicated than planting more trees for shade.

NexMetro, one of metro Phoenix’s largest single-family rental builders, is opening new communities in Mesa, Goodyear and Phoenix.

Arizona's fourth Topgolf, with the silver football dome and Westgate Entertainment District as a backdrop, opens in Glendale Sept. 21.

The 29-year-old man who illegally parked a rental car at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport likely won't face any other charges, Phoenix police said.

Weeks after a violent monsoon storm knocked out power and flooded Talking Stick Resort, the casino and hotel is reopening on Sept. 24.

Grand Canyon University's rapid growth means new dorms and restaurants -- and a long wait for mail. Students have lit up social media with complaints.

Lucid Motors Monday announced a $1 billion investment to build an electric-car factory in Casa Grande. The project has been on hold for two years.

When the Border Strike Task Force was created in 2015, the DPS director vowed that 24-hour patrols would be the first priority. It hasn't happened.

Two wildfires are causing smoke in Flagstaff and Sedona. Officials are urging residents to stay indoors to prevent health problems.

The Maricopa County Housing Authority is building a new affordable housing project in Surprise and upgrading others across the valley.

The state Supreme Court's ruling upholds a 2016 decision that a woman, identified only as "Alma S", had not done enough to protect her children.

With an all-vegan grocery store, all-vegan Mexican restaurant and vegan food truck, Glendale is billing itself as a new vegan hot spot.

Crews were able to recover the bodies of four people Monday who were in an ATV when it went over a cliff Saturday north of Payson.

A 6-month-old infant was injured Monday night in a car crash in the intersection of 24th Street and Avenue A in Yuma.

A 72-year-old woman with dementia went missing from her Peoria home early Monday morning.

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A 27-year-old driver was impaled and pinned to his car early Monday after driving into a construction zone to avoid colliding with a semi-truck.

A storm developing from the Gulf of Mexico is forecast to move into the Phoenix area late tonight, according to the National Weather Service.

Dozens of individuals facing homelessness die in Phoenix each year. But they are given a final resting place.

Peoria residents worry removal of trees could increase heat, a localized version of a debate going on across the country.

A team from Arizona helped rescue 82 people and their pets Sunday after Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina, a Phoenix fire official said.

Two lightning-caused fires are burning in the wilderness west and southwest of Flagstaff.

Officials said the 70-year-old pilot told crews that his engine had stopped prior to the small plane crashing into a house in Cottonwood.

Platypus, Perkins fires burn in northern Arizona

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Deadly ATV crash near Payson

Search and rescue teams from Arizona have been deployed to North Carolina to assist in humanitarian efforts after Hurricane Florence made landfall.

Jose Vincent Morales pleaded guilty to to molestation of a child, sexual abuse and three counts of attempted molestation of a child in August.

Nancy Young was a passenger in a vehicle that was pulling a pickup truck on a flatbed trailer when it flipped near Sunset Point.

Loop 303 has reopened after an incident overnight involving a man who fell from an overpass at Waddell Road, troopers say.

An Arizona search and rescue team was deployed ahead of Hurricane Florence. The team has searched 75 homes, continues North Carolina rescue efforts.

Historically, on Sept. 18 Phoenix drops below a high of 100 degrees for the first time since May. This week's forecast tells a different story though.

A recent study by United Healthcare found meditation and mindfulness can improve the well-being of employees.

When it comes to online banking safety, it’s important to consider the device you’re using, how you’re connecting to the bank and the size of the bank.

The Arizona Republic Customer Service Center will be offline from Sept. 26 through Sept. 29.

All I-17 southbound lanes were closed Sunday night near Sunset Point after a crash. All lanes have opened but drivers are still stuck in heavy traffic.

Four people are missing after they disappeared riding ATVs in the area where an ATV crash sparked a 10-acre wildfire Saturday.

The man who abandoned a rental car outside Terminal 4 Sunday, causing hundreds of flight delays, will face only a traffic citation.

Sen. Jeff Flake isn't comfortable proceeding with Brett Kavanaugh's nomination without first hearing from Christine Blasey Ford, Kavanaugh's accuser.

The Phoenix Fire crews respond to a drowning report that an elderly female was pulled from the bottom of the pool.

Hundreds of travel plans on Sunday were changed drastically at Sky Harbor. On social media, people weren't happy.

A suspicious vehicle led to a shutdown that left many flights delayed or canceled. It's unclear how long the airport will take to return to normal.

Police said the 40-year-old man died after being transported to the hospital.

Phoenix Sky Harbor travelers share problems after Terminal 4 closure

Sgt. Tommy Thompson, a spokesman for the Phoenix Police Department, talks Sunday, Sept. 16, about the Terminal 4 closure at the airport.

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A Tempe police spokeswoman said the alleged shooter was in police custody Sunday morning and the shooting was still under investigation.

Social Security, designed largely to help poor Americans in old age, was one of the most progressive programs to emerge from the Depression. But in reality, wealthier Americans can get a relatively good deal, too.

Like after Harvey, ants have banded together to survive Florence. Touch them and they could "disperse and crawl up you," one expert has said.