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Scientists turned a Mars sunrise photo into music using data from NASA's Opportunity rover, and it's beautiful | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
The 2-minute-long piece of music, "Mars Soundscapes," was created by assigning harmonies to pixels in the NASA photo.         
Business groups in UK raise concerns over microchipping employees | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Groups representing businesses and employees in the U.K. have raised concerns over a report several companies plan to microchip employees.         
The Breakdown: The end is near | Arizona Capitol Times
Arizona Capitol Times | November 12, 2018
Last Tuesday was supposed to conclude this election season, but in true Arizona fashion, the counting continues.
Should you pay a service to scan the dark web for your info? Maybe not | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
The scans monitor portions of the dark web for your information, but most estimates show these services only reach a piece of the dark web.         
Parks exec signed grant application as archaeologist when staffer wouldn't | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Former Parks archaeologists claim an agency executive, who is under criminal investigation, went around archaeological law to get federal funds.         
Monday update: Kennedy, Olson maintain leads in Arizona Corporation Commission race | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Democrat Sandra Kennedy and Republican Justin Olson maintained their leads in the race for two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission on Monday.         
170k votes left to count in Arizona, McSally-Sinema races | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
More than 170,000 votes remain to be counted statewide, according to an Arizona Republic tally of ballots outstanding as of 5 p.m. Monday.         
Phoenix-area cities want to offer space for events, but they're all losing money doing it | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Glendale is hoping someone else will want to manage its civic center. Across the Phoenix area, city-run event spaces lose money.         
Secretary of state: Steve Gaynor and Katie Hobbs remain neck-and-neck in Arizona's closest race | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Republican Steve Gaynor and Democrat Katie Hobbs could trade places again Monday evening when more votes are expected to be tallied.         
Arizona Democrats turned the state more purple in 2018. Will it last? | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
With a late surge in voting, Democrats helped break the state's red domination. Now the question is whether it reflects a more durable shift.         
5 takeaways from Arizona's epic Senate race between Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema ran their U.S. Senate campaigns from vastly different playbooks.         
Nearly 80 percent of credit card skimmers were found at this 1 gas station chain | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
As some gas stations tighten security to prevent your credit card from being stolen, this chain remains unprotected, consumer advocates say.         
Despite rampant claims, there is no evidence of voter fraud in Arizona | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
As Sinema has pulled ahead of McSally in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona, some Republicans have alleged voter fraud. There's no evidence.         
As Kyrsten Sinema's lead over Martha McSally grows, here's how Arizona voted | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
How the U.S. Senate race between Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally broke geographically.         
Martha McSally concedes to Kyrsten Sinema after 'hard-fought battle' | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Martha McSally called Kyrsten Sinema to concede the Senate race, McSally said in a tweet Monday.         
Thousands gather in Phoenix to honor military with annual Veterans Days Parade | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Thousands gathered in Phoenix for the annual Veterans Days Parade on Monday in honor of those who served in the armed forces.         
Man who threatened parents, and barricaded himself in Tempe arrested, officials say. | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
A Tempe man who threatened his parents was arrested Monday evening after barricading himself from police.         
2 dead, 2 critically injured in shooting at Jammerz Bar in Globe | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
Police said they have a person of interest in custody.         
Kyrsten Sinema's Slog to the Senate | Phoenix New Times
Phoenix New Times | November 12, 2018
Kyrsten Sinema has emerged victorious from a brutal, drawn-out contest to defeat Republican opponent Martha McSally.
Update: Democrat Kennedy Overtakes Republicans In Arizona CorpComm Race | Phoenix New Times
Phoenix New Times | November 12, 2018
After Republicans initially led the race for two open seats, Democrat Sandra Kennedy surged to first place, with Republican Justin Olson in second.
The congresswoman who lived in a gas station | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., was homeless with her mother and siblings in Defuniak Springs, Fla., after her parents divorced. Her family lived in an abandoned gas station for more than two years. Nick Oza/azcentral.com | The Republic         
Phoenix salutes veterans' sacrifice with lively parade | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 12, 2018
A crowd cheers for military service members during the Veterans Day Parade in Phoenix on Nov. 12, 2018.         
AP: First-Time Candidate Kathy Hoffman Wins Arizona Superintendent Race | Phoenix New Times
Phoenix New Times | November 12, 2018
A first-time candidate and speech therapist, 32-year-old Kathy Hoffman pulled off a stunning series of political upsets.
Syrian Whose Bombs Killed Arizona Soldiers in Iraq Gets Life Plus 30 Years | Phoenix New Times
Phoenix New Times | November 12, 2018
Prosecutors said that roadside bombs like he designed  killed more than 1,700 U.S. soldiers, including Ryan Haupt of Phoenix and Damian Lopez Rodriguez, of Nogales,
Superintendent Hopeful Frank Riggs Has Twitter Meltdown After Rival Declares Win | Phoenix New Times
Phoenix New Times | November 12, 2018
“Punk & coward. Couldn’t last one week in boot camp or police academy. Sorry Softie," Riggs told Leibowitz on Twitter.
Arizona Capitol Times | November 12, 2018
Any losing candidate in the general election who is counting on an automatic recount needs to come close to winning. Really close.
Arizona Capitol Times | November 12, 2018
Democrats rallied over the weekend, as Kennedy climbed to the top of the Corp Comm ticket, Hoffman stepped into a stronger lead over Frank Riggs in the superintendent of public instruction race, and Hobbs briefly shot up over Steve Gaynor in the secretary of state race, though she had dropped back d...
Arizona Capitol Times | November 12, 2018
The latest batch of votes counted Monday put the U.S. Senate out of the reach of Republican Martha McSally and into the hands of an Arizona Democrat for the first time since 1994.
Arizona Capitol Times | November 12, 2018
She used to be known as “Charlene’s daughter,” but campaign consultant Lisa Fernandez has emerged from the shadow of her mother, Yuma Rep. Charlene Fernandez, and made a name for herself as a political player in Arizona.
Macron, world leaders rebuke 'nationalism' at World War I event attended by Trump | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Trump did not speak, but was near the center of attention at a World War I commemoration in Paris.         
Interest rates climb and metro Phoenix home prices dip | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Metro Phoenix's median home price is down about 2.8 percent from the record in July. But housing analysts aren’t calling for any big drops in prices         
Police incident closes southbound lanes of I-17 at I-10, near The Stack | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Authorities closed the southbound lanes of Interstate 17 at Interstate 10, near The Stack, for a police incident Saturday night.         
GOP sidesteps 'cooking the books' claim in Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema Senate race | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Martha McSally remains confident she will gain on Kyrsten Sinema with the tabulation of early ballots dropped off at polling locations on Election Day.         
Update: Precinct-by-precinct, where Maricopa County voters favor McSally and Sinema | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Precinct-by-precinct, this map shows where Maricopa voters favor McSally or Sinema in Maricopa County         
Truck crashes through Phoenix construction site, driver killed | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
The driver of a truck that crashed into a piece of construction equipment Sunday morning was killed.         
Phoenix residents honor veterans on 100th anniversary of the end of World War I | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Events across the Valley honored military service members for Veterans Day         
Latest update puts Katie Hobbs up in Arizona secretary of state race by 150 votes | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Katie Hobbs and Steve Gaynor are in a virtual dead heat to become Arizona's next Secretary of State.         
Survivors of California shooting, wildfires turn to faith to heal | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Some people affected by the mass shooting and wildfires in Thousand Oaks, California, have found comfort in their faith.         
Saying their names helps honor the memory of veterans at a ceremony on ASU campus | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
We honor our military for Veterans Day with big gestures like parades and ceremonies and with small gestures, like reading names.         
California congregation honors their shooting victims | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 11, 2018
Thousand Oaks councilman and pastor Rob McCoy honor the shooting victims during Sunday services at Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park, Calif.         
Arizona Capitol Times | November 11, 2018
New election returns Sunday put Democrat Katie Hobbs in striking distance in the race for secretary of state.
Recorder Fontes: We will work through the weekend to reach every voter who needs a signature verified | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
As of Saturday afternoon, there were less than 4,000 ballots with signatures not yet cured, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes said.         
Kyrsten Sinema's lead over Martha McSally widens in roller-coaster U.S. Senate race to replace Jeff Flake | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
McSally's path to victory requires picking up votes in rural counties, limiting losses in Democratic strongholds, picking up votes in Maricopa County.         
Saturday update: Democrat Sandra Kennedy now has most votes in Corp. Commission race | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
Democrat Sandra Kennedy overtook both Republicans for the lead in a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission. Justin Olson remains in first.         
Here's how many votes are left to count in the Martha McSally-Kyrsten Sinema Senate race | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
The remaining votes could swing major races, including the U.S. Senate contest between Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema.         
Democrat Sandra Kennedy passes Rodney Glassman in latest Corp. Commission vote update | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
Democrat Sandra Kennedy overtook Republican Rodney Glassman for the second seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission. Justin Olson remains in first.         
Saturday update: What we know now about Arizona's undecided races | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
The extended vote-count is tied to the need to verify signatures for those who vote by mail, which represents the bulk of ballots.         
Police identify 3 victims in fatal Tucson park shooting | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
Tucson police are trying to determine what prompted a shootout that left three people dead Thursday in Lakeside Park, on the city's east side.         
Mesa police search for missing teen girl and her dog | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
Elizabeth Cain, 14, and her dog were last seen about 5 p.m. Friday in the area of Mesa Drive and First Street, according to Mesa Police Department.         
Man says he was carjacked while pumping gas in Phoenix | AZ Central
AZ Central | November 10, 2018
A man says he was pumping gas near 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road when another man fired at him and took off in his vehicle shortly after 8 p.m. Friday.