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These Two Arizonans are Worth More Than Our ‘Very Rich’ President | Phoenix New Times These Two Arizonans are Worth More Than Our ‘Very Rich’ President
Tires, storage, and moving businesses have been good to Arizona.
Phoenix New Times | October 19, 2017
Cool Home: A small, storybook cottage in Glendale | AZ Central Cool Home: A small, storybook cottage in Glendale
Raianne Melton took one look at a quaint wooden-siding house built in 1924 and saw potential, but her husband, Michael, saw a headache.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Two marijuana-trafficking scouts caught in Arizona sentenced to prison | AZ Central Two marijuana-trafficking scouts caught in Arizona sentenced to prison
Two Mexican nationals in the U.S. illegally were armed when they were apprehended by Border Patrol agents in Roskruge Mountains west of Tucson.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Police: Arrest made in Phoenix house-party homicide | AZ Central Police: Arrest made in Phoenix house-party homicide
Malik Berkely, 20, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of shooting and killing 19-year-old Jermonee Tolliver Moore, police said.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Police: 1 dead from gunshot wound in Tempe | AZ Central Police: 1 dead from gunshot wound in Tempe
A man was found fatally shot in Tempe on Wednesday night, officials said.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Heavily Armed Mexican Cartel Scouts Caught Last Year in Arizona Get Prison Time | Phoenix New Times Heavily Armed Mexican Cartel Scouts Caught Last Year in Arizona Get Prison Time
Camping or hiking in southern Arizona? Watch out for heavily armed Mexican cartel scouts.
Phoenix New Times | October 19, 2017
How police will search 2,600-acre landfill for missing woman's remains | AZ Central How police will search 2,600-acre landfill for missing woman's remains
Beginning Monday and for up to nine weeks, dozens of Valley officers will be combing through a Buckeye landfill for the remains of Christine Mustafa.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
How accurate is 'Only the Brave'? Here's what the movie gets right and wrong | AZ Central How accurate is 'Only the Brave'? Here's what the movie gets right and wrong
"Only the Brave," a movie about Arizona's Granite Mountain Hotshots starring Josh Brolin, tells a true story. But how real is the movie's narrative?         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Phoenix contractors once competed in side-by-side building contest | AZ Central Phoenix contractors once competed in side-by-side building contest
In the 1950s, Phoenix homebuilders were challenged to construct on lots handpicked for an epic, reality-TV-worthy Parade of Homes.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Phoenix ends public access to downtown alley; activists fear more closures to come | AZ Central Phoenix ends public access to downtown alley; activists fear more closures to come
A group of urban advocates are unhappy with a Phoenix City Council decision to turn over an alleyway to a private developer.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Paleo, grain-free bread products yield serious dough for Scottsdale-based Mikey’s | AZ Central Paleo, grain-free bread products yield serious dough for Scottsdale-based Mikey’s
What started with a single flagship English muffin has grown into a 10-item lineup that includes muffin tops, sandwich bread and tortillas.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
The Granite Mountain Hotshots and the stars who play them in 'Only the Brave' | AZ Central The Granite Mountain Hotshots and the stars who play them in 'Only the Brave'
Hollywood's take on the Granite Mountain Hotshots stars Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly and Taylor Kitsch.         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
What happened? Family seeks answers after Ohio woman, 22, dies during Arizona rehab stint | AZ Central What happened? Family seeks answers after Ohio woman, 22, dies during Arizona rehab stint
Madison Cross, 22, came to Phoenix to try to conquer her opioid addiction. She died three days into treatment at a detox center. The question is, why?         
AZ Central | October 19, 2017
Phoenix police to begin searching SR 85 Landfill for missing woman's body | AZ Central Phoenix police to begin searching SR 85 Landfill for missing woman's body
Phoenix police will begin digging through a landfill in an effort to recover the remains of Christina Mustafa, who has been missing since May.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Nominal, politically driven tax breaks on the way | Arizona Capitol Times Nominal, politically driven tax breaks on the way
Arizonans are in line for an income tax cut when they file their returns next April. But don't go planning that trip to Europe -- or even Los Angeles -- just yet.
Arizona Capitol Times | October 18, 2017
FBI rescues four Arizona juveniles from sex trafficking in nationwide sting | AZ Central FBI rescues four Arizona juveniles from sex trafficking in nationwide sting
Four underage sex-trafficking victims were rescued in Arizona. A total of 84 juvenile victims were found nationwide, the FBI said.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
2 killed in crash on State Route 347 south of Phoenix | AZ Central 2 killed in crash on State Route 347 south of Phoenix
The road, a major link between Maricopa and Phoenix, has been reopened.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
This sounds like an accounting nightmare  | Arizona Capitol Times This sounds like an accounting nightmare 
The Dept of Education on Friday issued a press release announcing that an audit by the US Department of Education and state auditor general found that an unspecified number of schools received the wrong amounts of federal funding for low-income students, an unreported problem that goes back five years. To read more on this item ...
Arizona Capitol Times | October 18, 2017
Man taken to hospital after being shot on I-17 | AZ Central Man taken to hospital after being shot on I-17
A man was shot while he was driving southbound on I-17 suffering a non-life-threatening injury to his leg         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
A first look at 8 possible versions of President Donald Trump's border wall | AZ Central A first look at 8 possible versions of President Donald Trump's border wall
As a deadline nears, construction companies rush to finish work on their prototype designs of President Donald Trump's border wall.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Here's what happened to the Phoenix Roadrunners hockey team | AZ Central Here's what happened to the Phoenix Roadrunners hockey team
The team dropped the puck at the “Madhouse on McDowell,” or Veterans Memorial Coliseum, but most say the team's heyday was from 1989-1997.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Man arrested in I-10 crash that killed child, injured others | AZ Central Man arrested in I-10 crash that killed child, injured others
A man was arrested in connection to a crash along Interstate 10 west of Phoenix that left an 8-year-old girl dead.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Husky pup making 'remarkable' recovery after abuse | AZ Central Husky pup making 'remarkable' recovery after abuse
Bear, a husky pup, was found with a fractured skull next to a Phoenix dumpster earlier this month.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Sheriff's Office balks at removing 'Serial Street Shooter' suspect's cuffs in court | AZ Central Sheriff's Office balks at removing 'Serial Street Shooter' suspect's cuffs in court
Attorneys for 'Serial Street Shooter' suspect Aaron Saucedo want him to appear in court without restraints, but law enforcement thinks otherwise.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Husky puppy recovering from trauma to skull | AZ Central Husky puppy recovering from trauma to skull
An injured husky pup brought into Phoenix Dog/Cat/Bird Hospital on Oct. 6, 2017, has shown "remarkable progress," said Dr. Hugh Giffords on Oct. 18. The dog, named BB Bear, had a serious head injury. Sean Logan/azcentral.com         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
The Gaggle: Ducey shows us the money, Bannon's visit, Gosar's family feud | AZ Central The Gaggle: Ducey shows us the money, Bannon's visit, Gosar's family feud
The Republic's political team discusses Governor Doug Ducey giving raises to the members of his inner circle instead of prioritizing teacher raises as promised. Steve Bannon visits Arizona and Paul Gosar's family feud. Johanna Huckeba/azcentral.com         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Police plan SR 85 Landfill search for woman's remains | AZ Central Police plan SR 85 Landfill search for woman's remains
This is how Phoenix police will search SR 85 Landfill for Christine Mustafa's remains. The Phoenix woman has been missing since May 10. Carly Henry/The Arizona Republic         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Arizona governor gives raises to aides despite lean budget | Arizona Capitol Times Arizona governor gives raises to aides despite lean budget
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has given 44 of his staffers raises of up to 20 percent despite offering teachers raises of less than 1 percent because of a lean budget.
Arizona Capitol Times | October 18, 2017
News agencies to appeal ruling over execution-drug suppliers | Arizona Capitol Times News agencies to appeal ruling over execution-drug suppliers
News organizations plan to appeal a ruling that concludes Arizona isn't required to reveal the identity of the companies that supply the state with drugs for executions.
Arizona Capitol Times | October 18, 2017
After 56 years, Miss Indian Arizona crown returns to its first family | AZ Central After 56 years, Miss Indian Arizona crown returns to its first family
Mariah Jordan Sharpe, a 20-year-old member of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, was crowned Miss Indian Arizona. Her grandfather's sister won in 1961.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Miss Indian Arizona Mariah Jordan Sharpe on breaking out of her shell | AZ Central Miss Indian Arizona Mariah Jordan Sharpe on breaking out of her shell
Mariah Jordan Sharpe talks about being chosen as Miss Indian Arizona. Sean Logan/azcentral.com         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Jury selection starts in former Mesa police officer's murder trial | AZ Central Jury selection starts in former Mesa police officer's murder trial
Jury selection started Wednesday for the trial of a former Mesa police officer who prosecutors accuse of unjustifiably fatally shooting a 26-year-old unarmed Texas man in 2016.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Police: Arrest made in Tempe homicide stemming from family fight | AZ Central Police: Arrest made in Tempe homicide stemming from family fight
Tempe police made an arrest in connection with a homicide on the night of Oct. 17.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Bannon endorses Ward, signaling Trump supporters have settled on a challenger to Flake | AZ Central Bannon endorses Ward, signaling Trump supporters have settled on a challenger to Flake
Steve Bannon, the former Trump political strategist, praised incumbent Republican Sen. Jeff Flake's primary opponent and introduced her at an event.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
No evidence of arson in fire that damaged Bisbee City Hall | AZ Central No evidence of arson in fire that damaged Bisbee City Hall
Authorities say an investigation into a fire that damaged Bisbee City Hall found no evidence of arson or other criminal activity.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Kelli Ward Speaks the Words That Bannon, Trump Like to Hear | Phoenix New Times Kelli Ward Speaks the Words That Bannon, Trump Like to Hear
The kickoff for the Ward campaign sounded a lot like a Trump rally.
Phoenix New Times | October 18, 2017
Chandler schools boast most National Merit semifinalists in Arizona | AZ Central Chandler schools boast most National Merit semifinalists in Arizona
Chandler schools have more National Merit semifinalists than any other Arizona city, with 63 scholars.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Officials: MS-13 gang member arrested at Arizona border crossing | AZ Central Officials: MS-13 gang member arrested at Arizona border crossing
Officials said 29-year-old Jose Daniel Calderon-Canada attempted to get into the country by falsely claiming he was a U.S. citizen.         
AZ Central | October 18, 2017
Sound and fury, but no much else  | Arizona Capitol Times Sound and fury, but no much else 
In a statement that came just hours before her big campaign event with Laura Ingraham and Steve Bannon, two former Kelli Ward campaign staffers released a statement apologizing for “propping up” the candidate and lamenting that they ever worked on her campaign. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the October ...
Arizona Capitol Times | October 17, 2017
As Bannon Visits, Kelli Ward's Senate Campaign Already Full of Drama | Phoenix New Times As Bannon Visits, Kelli Ward's Senate Campaign Already Full of Drama
Before the fundraiser, two former Ward campaign employees apologized for legitimizing her as a Senate candidate.
Phoenix New Times | October 17, 2017