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A Valley man charged with possessing two Bengal tigers, which are restricted in Arizona, appeared in Maricopa County Superior Court last week.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey named five new members to the state Board of Education on Friday in his effort to reshape the 11-member panel more to his liking.
We’re one month out from Major League Baseball’s opening day, but some of the most important baseball news is food-related.
On the heels of a new report showing Arizona ranks ninth in the number of reported identity theft complaints, the AARP Fraud Watch Network is offering tips so people can learn how to protect themselves from the top 10 scams reported by Arizonans in 2014.
Sauce Hockey started in a Tempe garage with six T-shirts, two hats and a website.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday he intends to approve legislation cutting millions more in taxes even as he signed a budget that cuts millions of dollars from education and social programs.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey said today he intends to sign legislation cutting millions more in taxes even as he signs a budget that cuts millions of dollars from education and social programs.
PHOENIX -- State senators voted Monday to block any future efforts to provide food stamps to single adults for more than three months.
The Tempe Police Department announced yet another big drug bust involving Mexican drug cartels. This has to be the third or fourth announcement by police touting monumental success in the “war on drugs.” Police told the media the “30-month investigation that resulted in the dismantling of what investigators described as an extensive drug trafficking network that stretched from Sinoloa, Mexico, to Phoenix, Los Angeles and Indianapolis.”
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Friday requiring the state ask federal permission every year, forever, to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients and kick them out of the health care program after five years.
PHOENIX -- Without dissent the state House voted Tuesday to make another effort to outlaw so-called "revenge porn.''