Arizona highway signs will honor Grand Canyon anniversary

Arizona will install 40 highway signs around the state commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon's designation as a national park
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Arizona bill would restrict emergency voting centers

Arizona lawmakers are looking to restrict the use of emergency voting that allows people who can't show up at their polling place to cast a ballot ahead of Elec
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Arizona bill would lower minimum wage for students

Employers would be able to pay full-time students less than Arizona's minimum wage under legislation given preliminary approval in the state House
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The Latest: Police: Man hit by train left sidewalk

Phoenix police say a man is in extremely critical condition after being struck by a light rail train
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Plan OK'd for patient access to 2 closed hospitals' records

Two Arizona hospitals' closures last summer left hundreds of patients unable to get their medical records, but a judge's order for temporary reactivation of the
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Retired astronaut Mark Kelly kicks off Arizona Senate bid

Retired astronaut Mark Kelly is casting his Democratic campaign for U.S. Senate as a "mission for Arizona" as he kicks off his bid to finish John McCain's last
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Arizona National Guard soldiers deploying to Afghanistan

Soldiers from an Arizona Army National Guard unit are headed to Afghanistan
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Retired astronaut Mark Kelly kicking off Arizona Senate race

Retired astronaut Mark Kelly is kicking off his U.S. Senate campaign with a rally in Tucson, Arizona
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NASCAR expects fireworks from rules debuting at Atlanta

NASCAR was long overdue for an added punch to its racing product and eagerly awaits the results from a new competition package designed to increase the entertai
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Court to rule on car rental tax imposed in Maricopa County

The Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to release a decision Monday in a challenge of a car rental tax surcharge imposed in Maricopa County to pay for building
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Storm dumps record-breaking snow in Arizona on way to Texas

A winter storm dumped record-breaking amounts of snow in Arizona and forced the closure of roads, schools and government offices across the Southwest
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If proven, Smollett allegations could be a 'career killer'

Even in an industry in which bad or erratic behavior is expected, insiders and observers are stunned by what authorities allege was Jussie Smollett's attempt to
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Arizona marshal faces backlash over dustup with kid reporter

A confrontation between an intrepid 12-year-old reporter and an Arizona marshal has ignited a debate about press freedom, with social media mostly branding one
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Paramedic arrested in shooting, suspected in burglary

Buckeye police say a Fire Department paramedic is accused of shooting up another driver's car and is a suspect in the theft of firefighting gear, ballistic vest
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Cyclorama to be unveiled again amid diverging views of past

As cities and states across the South are removing or covering up Confederate monuments, an enormous painting depicting the Battle of Atlanta from the American
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New trial date set for woman charged with burglary at mosque

A new trial date has been set for a woman who was captured on video making derogatory comments about Muslims at a Tempe mosque
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Appeals court upholds ruling on Phoenix improvement district

An appellate court has upheld a Maricopa County Superior Court judge's ruling that creation of a special business-improvement district for downtown Phoenix was
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Rare snow dusts Vegas strip, sticks to LA-area foothills

Winter storms in the U.S. Southwest brought snow to places it rarely falls, dusting casino marquees on the Las Vegas Strip and sticking at very low elevations o
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Arizona lawmakers consider religious exemption for vaccines

Arizona lawmakers are looking at expanding exemptions from children's vaccine requirements
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Document: Man accused of attacking officer asked to be shot

Authorities say an Islamic State follower charged with terrorism had asked a sheriff's sergeant in metro Phoenix to shoot him after he threw rocks at the office
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USA Today editor apologizes for yearbook blackface photo

The editor of USA Today is apologizing for an image portraying blackface that was published in the Arizona State University yearbook on her watch
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The Latest: Snow forces closure of Vegas to Phoenix route

Authorities have closed the main route between Las Vegas and Phoenix due to heavy snow that has resulted in a 22-mile line of cars and trucks
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Winter storm to dump heavy snowfall, rain across Arizona

Schools across northern Arizona have canceled classes and some government offices decided to close amid a winter storm that's expected to dump heavy snow in the
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Southwest grapples with new labor and revenue problems

Southwest attacks mechanics' union over a high number of canceled flights ahead of contract talks
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