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Man killed in crash near 16th Street and Buckeye Road, impairment suspected

BrieAnna J. Frank   | Arizona Republic A man was killed in a crash where impairment may have been a factor near 16th Street and Buckeye Road Friday morning, Phoenix police said.Police responded...

Driver detained on suspicion of crashing stolen vehicle into 3 cars in Phoenix

On Wednesday night, troopers attempted to stop a car that was reported stolen in the area of Interstate 17 and Cactus Road, officials said.        

'Our right to fire': Tribes battle agencies, old policies to restore fire practices

In Northern California, tribes with tiny land bases must fight the federal government to exert their right to manage their lands.        

DPS troopers search for SUV driver in I-10 crash investigation

DPS officials say they want to locate the driver of an SUV with Idaho license plates while it is still in Arizona.        

Arizona adds more than 2,600 COVID-19 cases; ICUs are at 90% occupancy

Arizona reported more than 2,600 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and no new known deaths as hospitalizations continue to climb.        

Season for Sharing supports Phoenix area nonprofits’ food programs

Jamie Landers   | Arizona Republic In St. Mary’s Food Bank’s 53-year history, Jerry Brown, director of communications for the nonprofit, said they had never distributed more than 10 million pounds of...

Retiring Phoenix police spokesman Sgt. Tommy Thompson reflects on 37-year career

BrieAnna J. Frank   | Arizona Republic Phoenix police spokesperson Tommy Thompson reminisces about his career ahead of retiringPhoenix police spokesperson Tommy Thompson, who is retiring after 37 years of service, reminisces...

Proposition 208 to face legal challenge from My Sister’s Closet founder

Lily Altavena   | Arizona Republic A business executive and a former Maricopa County judge announced Friday they plan to challenge the constitutionality of Proposition 208, the education tax measure.Ann Siner, CEO of My Sister's Closet, and...

Arizona reports more than 4,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time since mid-July

Arizona reported more than 4,000 COVID-19 cases in a day for the first time since mid-July as hospitalizations for the disease continued to rise.        

Watch LIVE: Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to provide COVID-19 update, make 1st post-election appearance

Ducey's briefing will be the first since Oct. 29, when he told Arizonans infection rates suggested a "storm was ahead of us," and first post-election.        
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