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2 men linked to death of Henderson man arrested in Arizona

Officers in Phoenix on Wednesday arrested two men linked to the suspicious death of a Nevada man found dead last week in his Henderson home, Henderson police said Thursday. The Henderson and Phoenix police departments arrested Victor Denogean, 21, and Jose Ortiz-Casillas, 20, each on one charge of m

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Arizona lawmakers pass cellphone driving ban, sends bill to Ducey

PHOENIX — Editor's note: In the above video, the father-in-law of police Officer Clayton Townsend makes his plea for passing a statewide distracted driving law. Townsend was killed when he was struck by a car operated by a man texting.

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Wauneka to remain as Apache County Recorder

GANADO — Edison Wauneka was elected as the Apache County Recorder in the fall of 2016. He had served 14 years as the Navajo Nation elections director. In the fall of 2018, he was elected to the Navajo Nation Council representing Oak Springs and St. Michaels.

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Arizona police release graphic video of deadly officer-involved shooting

Arizona police released a video Wednesday that showed a man throwing a wrench at deputies before they shot him to death while responding to a call from family members concerned for the man’s mental health on Friday.

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It Soon Will Be Illegal to Text and Drive in Arizona

The Arizona House of Representatives on Thursday passed two bills that would prohibit forms of distracted driving. One of the approved bills, sponsored by Republican State Representative Noel Campbell, targets people who use their cellphones while driving. The other bill, sponsored by State Senator

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Wildlife officials say 2019's first known Southeast Arizona bear sighting was April 2

Wildlife officials thought they had a video, with a timestamp showing April 6, of Southeast Arizona's first confirmed bear sighting of 2019, but they've since obtained an earlier photo.

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Arizona health officials say Guatemalan child in border patrol facility doesn't have measles

PHOENIX — Editor's note: The above video is from a previous story about the mayor of Yuma, Ariz. signing an emergency proclamation declaring an imminent threat in response to the increased release of migrants in the community.

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Arizona State University researchers make breakthrough in detecting CTE

TEMPE, AZ — Arizona researchers have collaborated to discover new techniques in detecting CTE in living patients. Depression, anxiety, and memory loss are all symptoms of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.

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Arizona's brush with potential hacker during 2016 election

PHOENIX — The 2016 Presidential election was not a nail biter in Arizona. But leading up to it there were concerns about maintaining its integrity. For Bill Maaske, the Chief Information Officer for the Secretary of State, it began with a phone call in July 2016. It was from the State's Chief Inform

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Southern Arizona will be hoppin' with Easter egg hunts this weekend

Tucson community organizations are gearing up for the Easter holiday with activities for the whole family. Saturday egg hunts will prepare little ones for what’s in store on Easter Sunday, and music and activities will get you in the spring mood.

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Arizona becomes latest state to shield lottery winners' names

PHOENIX — Arizona joined a growing number of states allowing winners of big lottery jackpots to stay anonymous Wednesday after Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation letting winners of jackpots of $100,000 or more request that their names not be made public.

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Scabies reported at Chinle Elementary School

Chinle Elementary School has reported a case of scabies. The school gave letters, dated April 15, to their students to give to their parents. “There has been a case of scabies within your child’s school and your child may have been exposed,” the school letter read.

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‘The way we used to live’

Diné Bich’iiya’ Summit offers healthy options. Most would agree that returning to Diné food sovereignty is a healthy approach to restoring self-sufficiency, incorporates the Diné way of life, and the principles of Ké and Hózhó for the well-being of the people and all living things.

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