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  • Arizona congressman has hopes tax bill helps all Americans

    A tax overhaul could be a done deal before the year is over and U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona hopes the rate reduction applies to all Americans.
  • Ducey supports inquiry of sex harassment claims against legislator

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said he fully backed the investigation of sexual harassment allegations against state lawmaker Don Shooter.
  • Police searching for suspects in Phoenix gas station, store robberies

    The Phoenix Police Department was searching for people who allegedly robbed a Circle K at gunpoint and others who stole clothing.
  • US Rep. Kyrsten Sinema to run for vets, launches program

    U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) is itching to run -- literally. The fitness fan, who recently got a soft cast removed from a leg, is running a half-marathon Saturday in Peoria to benefit veterans and their families.
  • Biggs: GOP shouldn’t panic after Democrats win big in Tuesday votes

    Republican U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs said it was too early for his colleagues to hit the panic button after Democrats won big in Tuesday's elections.
  • Maricopa County elections official faces big test with mail-in only voting

    The first significant test of a technology-driven voting system in Maricopa County will put election official Adrian Fontes in the spotlight during Tuesday's all-mail balloting.
  • Police looking for third suspect in Chandler shooting

    The Chandler Police Department is looking for a third suspect in an August shooting that left 20-year-old Bradley Eaton dead.
  • Franks: Manafort charges have nothing to do with Donald Trump

    U.S. Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) said the indictment of former presidential campaign chairman Paul Manafort has nothing to do with Donald Trump.
  • Maricopa County officials searching for Bartlett Lake hit-and-run suspect

    Maricopa County Sheriff's Office officials are searching for at least one suspect in an apparent hit-and-run accident on Bartlett Lake that injured one.
  • Ducey says he wants every Arizona teacher to get a raise amid outcry

    Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday he wants to see every teacher put more money in their pockets, a few days after educators protested his staff getting raises.
  • Sen. Flake’s departure could unleash flood of GOP candidates

    U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake’s decision to bow out of a re-election fight could spur a rush of other Republican candidates for one of Arizona's Senate seats.
  • Man robs, slaps woman walking with child [RE-BROADCAST OF 2/11/ 2013]

    Phoenix Police said a man robbed and slapped a woman who was walking with her toddler one afternoon in 2013.
  • Mesa mayor makes pitch to Amazon for second headquarters

    The bids to become the home of Amazon's second headquarters have gone out and now Mesa Mayor John Giles waits to hear back from the online shopping giant.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake keeping focus on job, not primary noise

    The effort to unseat Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake by his own party has gotten notice around the country, but the lawmaker said he has other things on his mind.
  • Phoenix police searching for Circle K armed robbery suspects

    A crime of opportunity or premeditation?  That's what investigators want to find out about the suspects in a Circle K armed robbery in Phoenix.