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How Tempe Police could have helped a drowning homeless man
Native American artists push back on colonial definitions
University of Phoenix president resigns after 4 months amid federal investigation
UA professor argues gun debate should focus on survivors. Here's why
Are one-hit wonders a thing of the past?
3 officers on leave after man drowns in Tempe Town Lake
GOP leaders shop $15.1B budget to Republican lawmakers
AZ's 1st probable monkeypox case in Maricopa County
A blessing or a curse? The beats that make a one-hit wonder and their pop culture legacies
Arizona isn't well equipped to handle the latest rise in COVID cases
Why independents often get left out of Arizona's primaries
Economist: High inflation is a sign Arizona's economy is in 'pretty good shape'
ABC15 investigation: Many complaints against county judges go ignored
Longtime Sunnyslope resident pushed out by rising rents
Tempe's mayor is excited to start negotiations with the Coyotes
Are 'red flag laws' effective at preventing mass shootings?
Why Tempe's mayor is excited to open talks with Coyotes
Arizona Agenda: Trump's endorsement of Masters could turn the tides
Research shows increased remote work has driven up home prices
How the U.S. can help climate change refugees
Who's in the Lake Mead barrel? Mob Museum takes a guess
Huge surplus complicates budget talks during AZ legislative session
Could the Arizona Legislature take action on gun violence?
Friday NewsCap: Could AZ take action on gun violence?
'Survival of the Slowest': Arizona Science Center brings slow animals into our fast-paced lives
'Long Line of Ladies' explores Indigenous womanhood
This AZ high school grad is a national finalist in Poetry Out Loud competition
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