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When commuters settle into one of Waymo’s self-driving cars there might not be a driver behind the wheel, but the Voice of Waymo is always there in case riders have questions or run into trouble during their trip.

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School funding for K-12 and higher education, state prisons, jobs and Arizona’s income tax dominated the debate among Legislative District 18 candidates for the Senate and House on Friday.

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Mike Fell has maintained since he was hired at Mountain View that the Toros were on the chase when it came to lining up with Arizona’s top programs.

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A survey of 304 Arizona teenagers showed that one-third of the respondents who are high school senior athletes report having suffered a concussion at some point in their playing career.

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As far as early season statements go, the Desert Visa boys golf team signed some impressive golf scorecards over the weekend to show the Thunder will be among the top contenders this season.

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The emotional imprint has faded after 15 years, the raging sense of fury coupled with desolate loss. Still, the mental images from that day still seem fresh: Staring at CNN near sunrise on a Tuesday, the 11th day of September 2001, and watching the World Trade Center towers tumble down.

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Fifteen years ago, the East Valley and the rest of the United States froze and watched in horror as planes hijacked by terrorists crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon and a field in western Pennsylvania.

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