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Maricopa High School increases security after social media threat

Maricopa High School increases security after social media threat

Maricopa High School is increasing security Tuesday after an overnight threat on an anonymous social media prompted parents to contact the school.

Rep. Gosar's siblings endorse Dem. opponent David Brill in new ad campaign

In an explosive new political ad campaign, an Arizona congressional candidate is getting the endorsement of his opponent's own siblings.

Eight people killed in head-on crash near Florence

Eight people killed in head-on crash near Florence

The Arizona Department of Public Safety says eight people, including four immigrants in the U.S. illegally, were killed in a head-on accident in Florence Wednesday night.

Arizona voters break record for primary turnout

Arizona voters break record for primary turnout

A record-breaking number of Arizona voters cast ballots in this year’s primary election.

State election officials say 1.2 million voters mailed in a ballot or showed up at the polls for the August 28 primary. That beat the previous record of nearly 1 million voters in the 2010 primary.

Former senator Jon Kyl will fill Sen. John McCain's seat

Former senator Jon Kyl will fill Sen. John McCain's seat

"We all hoped today would never come. But it has come."

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has announced that Former Sen. Jon Kyl will fill the late John McCain's Senate seat.

Teachers protest following AZ Supreme Court ruling to throw Invest in Education measure off November ballot

Teachers protest following AZ Supreme Court ruling to throw Invest in Education measure off November ballot

Dozens of protesters gathered outside the Arizona Supreme Court Thursday to voice their disapproval of the court's recent ruling, that throws Prop. 207 off the November ballot.

AZ Supreme Court bans education funding proposal from being on November ballot

AZ Supreme Court bans education funding proposal from being on November ballot

A proposal that would have taxed "high-income earners" to help fund Arizona's education system won't be appearing on the ballot in November.

Arizona Sen. John McCain dead at 81

Arizona Sen. John McCain, the former prisoner of war, Republican presidential nominee, and one of the most storied politicians in the modern era died Saturday at his Cornville. at the age of 81 after battling an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Report: Former Pinal County sheriff, attorney broke protocol distributing RICO funds

Report: Former Pinal County sheriff, attorney broke protocol distributing RICO funds

A report by the Arizona Auditor General's Office found that Former Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu and Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles did not follow established policies while distributing RICO funds between January 2013 and December 2016.

US approves new generic competitor to EpiPen

US approves new generic competitor to EpiPen

U.S. health officials on Thursday approved a new generic version of EpiPen, the emergency allergy medication that triggered a public backlash due to its rising price tag.

Apache Junction High School student arrested, refused to take off bandana

Apache Junction High School student arrested, refused to take off bandana

Apache Junction police arrested four students after one of them refused to take off a blue bandana.

Johnson Utilities addresses customer complaints, other issues

Johnson Utilities addresses customer complaints, other issues

Representatives with Johnson Utilities tell Arizona's Family they're working on fixing water and sewer issues.

On Tuesday, the company's new spokeswoman Kristin Greene showed what has been done to increase water pressure, address billing concerns and odor issues.

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FBI warns of cyber crimes after AZ man accused of luring teen

FBI warns of cyber crimes after AZ man accused of luring teen

The Federal Bureau of Investigations in Phoenix is telling parents to check their child’s smartphone as part of a back-to-school warning about cyber crimes.

“Predators are going to go where children are to take advantage of them so if there's a new app that might be popular with children, predators will probably start to move to those particular apps,” said FBI special agent Martin Hellmer in Phoenix.

Want to get paid to travel the US and eat the best BBQ?

Want to get paid to travel the US and eat the best BBQ?

This company is looking to hire a Chief Grilling Officer -- someone to travel the US tasting the country's most delicious barbecue and identifying the best grilling techniques.

Scammers using 'lock boxes' to trick and dupe renters

Scammers using 'lock boxes' to trick and dupe renters

Let's face it, apartments can get a little cramped. And no one knows that better than Jazmine and Michael Windahl.

Coolidge boy dies after walking to the park on hot day

Coolidge boy dies after walking to the park on hot day

Authorities in Coolidge say a 12-year-old boy died after walking in the heat and passing out.

Microburst in Florence rips mobile home off foundation, tosses it into field

Microburst in Florence rips mobile home off foundation, tosses it into field

We've seen some pretty bad damage from Monday night's storm, but our pilot Bruce Haffner in our news chopper says this is about the worst we've seen.

A microburst in Florence was so powerful it actually uprooted a mobile home and flipped it into a field.

Zicam class action lawsuit: You may be eligible for refund

Zicam class action lawsuit: You may be eligible for refund

Zicam has agreed to pay $16 million as part of a settlement for a lawsuit accusing the company of making false and misleading statements about certain Zicam products. Customers who bought these products could be eligible for a cash payment.

Customer service scam is making the rounds

Customer service scam is making the rounds

Fake support numbers are fooling frustrated customers.

Trying to reach Netflix, Microsoft, Amazon or another big company for help with your account, the BBB says you're going to want to watch out for this crafty con.

Cast your vote to name Phoenix Zoo's new baby giraffe

Cast your vote to name Phoenix Zoo's new baby giraffe

It's time to "stick your neck out" and help find a name for the Phoenix Zoo's baby Masai giraffe.

The female baby was born June 26.

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