The latest news on Arizona
Oh, it's hot, all right. But there's plenty more to do in this senior haven than just sweat.
New trend is emerging in Arizona neighborhoods hit hard by the housing crisis.
The secretary of state determined almost 140,000 signatures were invalid.
Immigration raid in Iowa, quake-damaged schools in China, and Arizona vouchers decision
Arizona State University police officers will now be armed with high-powered, assault-style rifles.
The growth of support for Democrats among Hispanics in Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico could provide the edge that would deliver more than the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House, according to the NDN, a New Democrat organization.
$1 billion installation would use parabolic mirrors to generate power southwest of Phoenix.
Here's an hour-by-hour forecast for the results on megaprimary night.
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