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Gilbert approves 100-year water lease with San Carlos Apache Tribe | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Gilbert Town Council approved a $31 million water lease with the San Carlos Apache tribe for the next 100 years.         
APS spends big to keep clean-energy measure off ballot – but what was paid for isn't clear | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
In new filings, Arizona Public Service Co.'s parent company reported spending nearly $6 million on a signature-gathering firm in the past few months.         
Home batteries: What are they, and is it worth it for you to get one? | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Customers are increasingly interested in home-battery technology. Tesla has its version called a Powerwall, and other companies have versions.         
Murals in Phoenix's historic Willo neighborhood stir controversy | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Murals in Phoenix's Willo Historic District stir controversy         
Glendale charter school reverses itself and will award merit bonuses earned by teachers | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Glendale charter school Heritage Academy reverses itself and will award Prop 301 merit pay earned by teachers, even if they left after 2017-18 year.         
1 dead, 1 injured after accident in Buckeye; roads near Interstate 10 restricted | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said the incident occurred on Watson Road north of Interstate 10         
Pedestrian killed in north Phoenix near Bethany Home and 12th Street | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Phoenix police said the incident occurred around 9:36 p.m. Tuesday.         
Study: Scottsdale residents are among least stressed in the nation | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Scottsdale residents are the sixth least stressed among residents in 182 U.S. cities, according to a Wallethub study.         
Phoenix strip club manager on trial in fatal beating of Daisy Mountain firefighter | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Timothy Piegari, a strip club manager who pled not guilty to tampering with evidence in the 2017 death of an off-duty firefighter, is on trial.         
Kate Gallego leads Phoenix mayoral race fundraising with more than $1 million | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Councilwoman and mayoral hopeful Kate Gallego raised more than $1 million during the first leg of the Phoenix mayoral race.         
DPS: Wrong-way driver pulled over in Chandler | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
No injuries or collisions were caused by the wrong-way driver, officials said.         
Phoenix police latest in Arizona to join law-enforcement lip sync challenge | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Officers sang and danced their way through a video set to one of Justin Timberlake's hit songs.         
Man captured by Phoenix police after drug bust led to altercation | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
A man was caught one day after an altercation with police during a drug bust that left the man stunned with a stun gun, pepper sprayed and shot at         
Arizona Cardinals player Ricky Seals-Jones arrested on suspicion of assault in Scottsdale | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Arizona Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones was arrested on suspicion of assault, disorderly conduct and trespassing, police said.         
'A true American hero:' Friends and family mourn, honor Phoenix firefighter Juston Doherty | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Juston Doherty was found dead in his quarters while on duty at the Arizona Army National Guard Base on July 8, 2018.         
Doug Ducey has huge money advantage over challengers in race for Arizona governor | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Ducey has $3.5 million to spend on his campaign, according to campaign finance reports. On the Democratic side, Sen. Steve Farley leads competitors.         
Rep. Paul Mosley stopped for excessive speeding 5 times since last year, records show | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Since February 2017, Arizona troopers have warned Rep. Paul Mosley about excessive speeding five times and once about his failure to heed a stop sign.         
Heritage Elementary school board reverses decision to not pay 20 teachers' bonus money | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 18, 2018
Heritage Elementary, a Glendale charter school, reversed its decision to not give 20 teachers their earned merit pay during a board meeting today.         
Arizona Capitol Times | July 18, 2018
Reagan and Steve Gaynor are neck-and-neck in the secretary of state’s race with 45 percent of likely Republican voters undecided, a new Data Orbital poll shows. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the July 17 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Subsc...
Arizona Capitol Times | July 18, 2018
A majority of the jurors in the “Ghost Lobby” trial voted for acquittal for all four defendants, foreperson Taryn Jeffries said in an exclusive interview with the Arizona Capitol Times.
Phoenix New Times | July 18, 2018
“Congressman Gosar’s support of an anti-Muslim and immigrant extremist is appalling."
Arizona Capitol Times | July 18, 2018
Incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey continues to accumulate campaign funds in his bid for another four years in office.
Phoenix New Times | July 18, 2018
"If you want an abortion, you go to Planned Parenthood, and that's well over 90 percent of what Planned Parenthood does," the former Arizona senator said in 2011.
Phoenix New Times | July 18, 2018
One of the accused pleads guilty to using more than 1,700 credit card numbers and more than 100 stolen cards to steal more as much as $1.5 million.
Phoenix New Times | July 18, 2018
Numerous special deals will be available this week despite court's ruling that many cannabis extracts are illegal. However, 710 Degree Cup cancels its judging.
Phoenix New Times | July 18, 2018
Watch as the first real monsoon of the 2018 summer season hit the Valley on Monday afternoon.
Grand Canyon University nonprofit status will cost K-12 schools, Phoenix millions in tax revenue | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Money saved by Grand Canyon University means money lost for the state, Phoenix and school districts — to the tune of about $7.5 million.         
Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim pleads guilty to extreme DUI, is suspended 5 weeks by team | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Steve Keim pleaded guilty to extreme DUI Tuesday in a Chandler court. His BAC was more than twice the legal limit when he was arrested July 4.         
Glendale charter school refusing to pay teachers bonus money earned last year | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Heritage Elementary, a Glendale charter school, is under fire for refusing to pay at least 20 teachers bonus money they earned in 2017-18.         
Arizona Democrats pile up big money edge over GOP in congressional races | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Arizona Democratic congressional candidates pulled in far more cash than their potential Republican opponents, especially in competitive House races.         
Teen riding skateboard dies in Glendale accident | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
The boy was crossing 83rd Avenue shortly before midnight Sunday when a vehicle struck him.         
Police chase leads to arrest of adult, 7 juveniles in convenience store armed robberies | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
A chase of the suspects resulted in minor injuries when two law-enforcement vehicles collided Tuesday morning in Phoenix.         
Records: Former co-worker IDs 22-year-old suspect in killing of homeless woman | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Jadyn Grant Curtis, 22. faces charges of murder, sexual assault, armed robbery and kidnapping.         
Jupiter's moon count reaches 79, including tiny 'oddball' | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
A team of astronomers who used an Arizona telescope is reporting the discovery of a dozen new moons circling the giant gas planet.         
13-year-old Phoenix boy stabs 13-year-old girl numerous times | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
The teens were at a residence near 41st Avenue and Tonto Street in Phoenix when she was stabbed around 11 a.m. on Tuesday, according to police.         
Here's what we know about Peoria police chief finalists | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
The four finalists to take over the position as Peoria police chief include Richard Bash, David McGill, Artur Miller and Benny Piña.         
15-year-old shot during west Phoenix fight | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
The teen was taken to the hospital in stable condition, police said.         
Man arrested day after Phoenix police fired at suspect near I-17 | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Police found the suspect Monday after receiving several reports of a suspicious person near 27th Avenue and Encanto Boulevard.         
Lawmaker who claimed immunity during traffic stop has history of speeding, records show | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
Since February 2017, state troopers have warned Rep. Paul Mosley about excessive speeding five times and once about his failure to heed a stop sign.         
Funeral recessional for Phoenix firefighter Juston Dae Doherty | AZ Central
AZ Central | July 17, 2018
The flag draped casket is carried during the recessional of the funeral service for Juston Dae Doherty.         
Arizona Capitol Times | July 17, 2018
The state's largest electric utility already has set aside close to $11 million to make elections this year come out the way it wants.
Arizona Capitol Times | July 17, 2018
Mark Syms, an independent candidate running for the Senate in Legislative District 28, spent more than $15,000 on paid signature gatherers who delivered signatures a judge later ruled were fraudulent.
Phoenix New Times | July 17, 2018
Republican Paul Gosar said that "disgusting and depraved individuals" from "Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and Muslim backgrounds" carry out sexual abuse.
Arizona Capitol Times | July 17, 2018
Political newcomer Aaron Lieberman, a Democrat running for LD28 House, raised $127,284 from more than 180 donors in just 30 days, his campaign finance report shows. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the July 16 Yellow Sheet Report, go to www.yellowsheetreport.com (Yellow Sheet Sub...
Arizona Capitol Times | July 17, 2018
An Arizona lawmaker who recently apologized for excessive speeding is now drawing fire for comments about women and religion.
Phoenix New Times | July 17, 2018
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake is an eager Trump critic and a totally ineffectual Trump opponent.
Phoenix New Times | July 17, 2018
At the time of the lawsuit's filing, civil rights group MALDEF said it would seek damages to compensate guests who had been detained.
Phoenix New Times | July 17, 2018
"We cannot allow these illegal private prisons for children to be operated in our community."
Phoenix New Times | July 17, 2018
Sylvia Moir also has been criticized for comments she made about her predecessor in an unrelated interview.
Arizona Capitol Times | July 17, 2018
After just about three and a half days of deliberation, 12 jurors could not reach a unanimous decision in the “Ghost Lobby” trial, and U.S. District Court Judge John Tuchi declared a mistrial.