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School administrators tell governor: Find the fat

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PHOENIX —As Arizona continues to a face a $1 billion deficit, Gov. Doug Ducey’s budget proposal calls for cutting school administrative...

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Legislative Roundup for week of Jan. 29

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PHOENIX — The Super Bowl rolled into town this week, shutting down traffic on some streets downtown, but Arizona lawmakers continued their...

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AZ pulls penalty flag against sex traffickers at Super Bowl

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Arizona law enforcement are increasing efforts to make sure the 2015 Super Bowl does not become an open gate for sex trafficking. Law...

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Body cameras gaining favor in AZ police departments

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He asks Robert William Smith if he can search him. He turns a bit and Officer Tyler Stewart’s hands brush over the man and asks what he...

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Fan violence raises concerns, even at Super Bowl

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It’s scary when the most dangerous time at a sporting event isn’t when two 200-plus pound football players collide full speed. What’s...

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Native Americans take a stand at the Super Bowl

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Arizona’s Native American tribes want a piece of the Super Bowl. “What better time to advertise than the Superbowl?” said Debra Krol,...

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Violations on the rise in Arizona nursing homes

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Violations in patient care at Medicare-approved nursing homes in Arizona continue rising with half involving serious incidents that...

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Weekly Legislative Roundup

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PHOENIX — The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday kept the work week short for the Arizona Legislature as both houses get normal business going...

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Weekly roundup of news from the Arizona Legislature

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PHOENIX – With family and guests in tow, members of Arizona’s 52nd Legislature were sworn in on Monday wearing white carnations. White...

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Catching the buzz: Researchers key on honeybees

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On a sunny September morning in Tucson, Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman holds up a rectangular wooden frame that houses a colony of honeybees. The...

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