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A report from a group advocating for criminal-justice reform finds Arizona sends blacks and Hispanics disproportionately to state prison.

Not all historic buildings can be saved, but some are granted second lives. Several of Phoenix's historic buildings now stand as new entities.

Brophy College Preparatory is warning parents and alumni that a sex abuse scandal could be imminent.

Eastbound I-10 will be closed between 67th and 51st avenues from 9 p.m. Friday night to 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon

Two banners were unfurled on overpasses above Valley freeways Wednesday to raise awareness against police shootings.

In Phoenix, Dr. Leana Wen, the new president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, expressed concerns that Roe v. Wade could be overturned.

Renting a bike or scooter in Old Town Scottsdale? Here are the new rules to know.

A fire burning up to 1,000 acres Wednesday in southern Arizona has caused evacuations, forestry officials say.

The shooting took place near 19th and Northern avenues.

Police responded to a shooting call about 5 p.m. Wednesday near 19th Avenue and Pima Street and found a woman was shot in a vehicle.

Piper Plastics and its parent company Mitsubishi Chemical are bringing jobs to Mesa.

Timothy Odell Leon was shot and killed by police after a robbery in Phoenix. He was a suspect in a string of previous armed robberies, police said.

High-profile lawyer Scott Maasen bought million-dollar homes and a Maserati while saying he couldn't pay bills. Now he's going to prison over a ring.

Customs and Border Protection released video showing an alleged smuggler cutting through barbed wire just hours after border agents installed it.

An appeals court has upheld a $30 million jury award for the 2007 death of a Scottsdale man killed when his car was struck during a police pursuit.

A lawsuit that falsely alleged Arizona state Rep.-elect Raquel Terán isn't a U.S. citizen was dismissed in Maricopa County Superior Court Wednesday.

Four restaurants in Scottsdale, Phoenix and Chandler on this week's list for 5 or more violations. Also see 20 spots that earned top scores.

A proposed Trump administration rule change about immigrants and public benefits is having a chilling effect in Arizona, a statewide coalition says.

Arizona Christian University announced Wednesday that it plans to move to the old Thunderbird School of Global Management campus in Glendale.

Tadashi Mitchell Harvey, 30, previously admitted to two counts of abusive sexual contact with a minor, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

During her campaign for Senate, Kyrsten Sinema said she would not support Sen. Chuck Schumer for Senate minority leader. He got re-elected to the job.

In this week’s 20-minute episode, two Republic reporters who followed the campaigns for months break down how Sinema won and what it means for 2020.

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Phoenix's Japanese flower gardens

Enrollment at the Ottawa University campus in Surprise has nearly surpassed the private university's original campus in one year.

A pedestrian was struck by a car Thursday at 59th and Missouri avenues in Glendale. The pedestrian suffered possible life-threatening injuries.

Family Promise of Greater Phoenix expands to West Valley amid rise in homelessness throughout the region.

The one-year period for victims of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's detentions to file claims for compensation will end Dec. 3.

Giordano Jackson, 39, was convicted Tuesday and will be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Diane J. Humetewa in February, federal authorities said.

On Monday evening, the AP took the rare step of retracting its projection that Republican Steve Gaynor would beat Democrat Katie Hobbs.

Phoenix police say one person is in extremely critical condition Wednesday evening after a shooting near 19th Avenue and Pima Street.

Children with an advocate are less likely to re-enter foster care, and do better in school. But in Arizona only 10 percent of kids get one.

Ottawa University celebrated the groundbreaking of its residence hall in Surprise.

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Arizonans for Children provides various services for children in foster care.

Silent Witness and police agencies are urging community members to talk to their neighbors and use Silent Witness to prevent holiday crime.

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Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:06:50 -0500
Six police agencies spoke at a conference Wednesday to talk about the importance of reporting a crime to Silent Witness for a safe holiday season.

Officers responded around 7 p.m. to the area near Broadway Road and 86th Street, where a woman was struck by a vehicle.

Tamatha and Virgil thanked everyone for coming to their baby shower. They know the clothes, books and other gifts are more things. They are promises.

The Arizona State Board for Charter Schools will allow Pointe Schools, a charter network with more than 1,000 students, to stay open.

Now cast as a standard-bearer for LGBTQ people, Sinema’s sexual orientation was barely mentioned during her hard-fought campaign in Arizona.

Each year, the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office takes in more than 800 unidentified bodies. This is what happens next.

The incident at Southern Avenue and El Mirage Road has closed traffic lanes, according to a tweet from Maricopa County Department of Transportation.

There's a better way for faith leaders to help people experiencing homelessness during and after the holidays, Phoenix pastor Jerome Parker says.

text Mesa man accused of blackmailing woman for sex
Wed, 14 Nov 2018 00:26:01 -0500
A Mesa man is arrested on suspicion of sexual extortion after a woman reported she was being blackmailed by someone she met online, officials said.

A Mesa store was robbed and an employee was killed on Oct. 29.

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Wed, 14 Nov 2018 00:08:58 -0500
The suspect in a slaying at a Mesa market.

Democrat Sandra Kennedy and Republican Justin Olson maintained their leads in the race for two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission on Tuesday.

A woman is arrested on suspicion of child abuse after her 10-year-old daughter tells Chandler police she saw her mom using drugs, court records say.

Police believe that 15-year-old Thomas Kolding, found in a Philadelphia shopping center, spent nearly his entire time away in the Pennsylvania city.