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The number of reported cases of Val­ley Fever is on the rise compared to past years, according to officials. Clinically known as Coccidioidomy­cosis, Valley Fever is a fungus that can be found ...

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Arizona's immigration law Senate Bill 1070. The high court issued two-sentence decision Monday morning. ...

Members of the Arizona Big Train Operators group have been working on their railroads in preparation for their annual Christmas Open House Tours. Members will open their homes to the public this ...

This week's announcement of a second carrier serving Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport may hasten construction of an east-side terminal. For now, airport officials say the airport has enough gates to ...

Gilbert's equine community has mixed reactions to a congressional action that raises the possibility that the slaughtering of horses in the United States may resume. Recently, Congress lifted a ...

Queen Creek and Maricopa County planners have scheduled a public meeting next week to discuss a widening and drainage-improvement project for Riggs Road. OVERVIEW The purpose of the meeting is to ...

Valley fire departments were kept busy battling a rash of chimney fires during the weekend cold snap, and the forecast for more chilly weather has them asking residents to take precautions when using ...

In an annual reminder to taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service announced Friday it is looking to return $153.3 million in undelivered tax refund checks. In all, 99,123 taxpayers are due refund ...

Fuel prices fell for the sixth consecutive week across Arizona and the country. In Arizona, motorists were paying an average of $3.224 per gallon on Thursday, a drop of 3.5 cents from last week. ...

TUCSON -- The sightings of two jaguars in southern Arizona mark the first time the elusive and rare animals have been seen in the southwest U.S. since one was illegally trapped and then died in 2009 ...

My name is Steve Smith, current Ari­zona senator from District 23, and I need input from teachers from all grade levels and subject areas in K-12 education. In this upcoming session, I plan on ...

PHOENIX (Nov. 18, 2011) - The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission will resume meeting the week of Nov. 28 to consider the public comment that it has received on the draft congressional- and ...