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This Arizona family sold their home in October. Now they can't get a new one
Flagstaff neighborhoods brace for flooding, lost watersheds on San Francisco Peaks
Spotlight on Arizona gets brighter as Rusty Bowers testifies at the latest Jan. 6 public hearing
Lawmakers still debating budget plan as July 1 shutdown deadline looms
Will Humble calls report on nursing home complaints disturbing
Pandemic reveals extent of human selfishness and goodwill, says professor
A survey finds more than 15% of Arizonans have medical debt
Out of Reach: Prospective homebuyers are waiting for signs of hope
As sneakerheads step out in Air Jordans, some Scottsdale clubs are putting their foot down
Where Arizona's budget stands with a little more than a week to go
New HOA flag law ripe for a constitutional challenge
A new law requires AZ hospitals to allow daily in-person visitation. Here's why hospitals support it
Calexico leans into their Southwest roots on new album
BBC Look-Ahead: EU to meet about food supply, Ukraine's membership
How the Mercury are handling Brittney Griner's absence
AZ lawmakers have a little more than a week to pass a budget. Here's where things stand
Juneteenth raises opportunity to discuss ongoing racial disparity
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This edible tape keeps messy burritos from falling apart
Arizona cities are cutting back on water. Will it make a difference?
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She was imprisoned for 2 years. Now, she covers criminal justice
Arizona cities are cutting back on water. This water law expert says it could make a difference
What Arizonans should expect following Fed interest hike
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