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A Globe bar where a man opened fire, killing several people, lost its liquor license Wednesday.
     
 

Democrat Katie Hobbs declared victory Friday night in the race to be Arizona's next secretary of state.
     
 

Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday fired embattled state Parks Director Sue Black and her top deputy, after they came under criminal investigation.
     
 

text 2 killed in Heber-Overgaard airplane crash
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 00:40:10 -0500
One person was killed Friday afternoon when an airplane crashed near a private airfield in Heber-Overgaard, officials say
     
 

Cousins, sisters, uncles and aunts gathered around shooting victim Ashley Sanchez after she was wounded in a Globe bar shooting.
     
 

Michael Molina was killed when he lost control of the vehicle he was driving and crashed into a tree Friday morning.
     
 

Nick Sublasky, a 43-year-old man who fatally shot another man in 2016, was sentenced to 25 years in prison Friday.
     
 

A Gila County judge throws out false swearing charges against Medical Examiner Philip Keen.
     
 

Ducey's win was the biggest defeat of any Democrat running for statewide office this year, leaving many to wonder how David Garcia lost so spectacularly.
     
 

A Tucson jury began deliberations on Friday in the retrial of an Arizona cross-border shooting case.
     
 

Arizona nonprofits are concerned about how income-tax reform will affect donations this year.
     
 

Photographer Patty Kaufman shoots families at Maricopa County's National Adoption Day. Each time she sees something special through her lens.
     
 

Detectives and technicians obtained evidence of child pornography on a hard drive at the residence of John Pappas.
     
 

Nearly 800 pounds of raw marijuana were seized from two properties.
     
 

Eighty-three Arizona infant deaths in 2017 were associated with an unsafe sleep environment, including sharing a bed with adults, a state report says.
     
 

Kelvin Peder Aakjar was taken into custody without incident at a Mesa motel, Mesa police announced Friday morning in a news release.
     
 

No snow fell in Flagstaff as Snowbowl opened for another season. Snowmaking machines made it possible, but also drew protesters.
     
 

The crash is blocking the left lanes. Only the two right lanes are open, the Arizona Department of Transportation tweeted.
     
 

An ejected driver and hit-and-run closed the eastbound U.S. 60 for several hours as authorities gathered evidence.
     
 

Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir apologized but said there was no apparent rules violation when at least three officers visited a California strip club.
     
 

Despite an earlier reminder of university policy, scooters were still on campus. Impound fees start at $100 per scooter and can increase up to $250.
     
 

The cumulative total of flu cases so far this season is 235, compared with 389 cases at this point last season and with the five-year average of 129 cases.
     
 

Phoenix police on Thursday arrested Yusuf Kahsai, 24, on suspicion of killing 24-year-old Justin Gaines on Nov. 13.
     
 

A memorial in south Phoenix honors the Japanese-American farmers who grew flowers along Baseline Road.
     
 

Driven by increased enthusiasm among young people and women, the state had the highest voter turnout percentage since 1982.
     
 

Phoenix police are investigating a fatal crash Friday morning at 79th Avenue and McDowell Road.
     
 

Jennie-O has recalled more than 91,000 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be associated with an outbreak of Salmonella Reading.
     
 

Each week, The Republic highlights some of the adoptable pets in the Valley. This week includes a cat with many names and a sucker for attention.
     
 

Police received their first tip in August, which led to others that they followed to track down a suspect via Facebook.
     
 

A report from a group advocating for criminal-justice reform finds Arizona sends blacks and Hispanics disproportionately to state prison.
     
 

text 3rd victim dies after Globe bar shooting
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 20:49:33 -0500
A third person has died as a result of a shooting at a Globe bar on Sunday night, officials said.
     
 

This fashionable fowl was found with a rhinestone studded vest in Glendale. A nearby shelter has taken to Facebook to reunite him with his owner.
     
 

text Meet Superintendent-elect Kathy Hoffman
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 17:51:32 -0500
Kathy Hoffman, Arizona superintendent-elect, shares her plans for the Arizona Department of Education.
     
 

On Monday evening, the AP took the rare step of retracting its projection that Republican Steve Gaynor would beat Democrat Katie Hobbs.
     
 

Not all historic buildings can be saved, but some are granted second lives. Several of Phoenix's historic buildings now stand as new entities.
     
 

The Central Arizona Project's board offered a new Colorado River proposal. Talks on a proposed deal are continuing in Arizona.
     
 

SRP plans to add 1,000 megawatts of solar power to the system, officials said. One megawatt is enough energy to supply about 250 homes at once.
     
 

An area along Rural Road north of Baseline Road is impacted by a crash.
     
 

Eastbound I-10 will be closed between 67th and 51st avenues from 9 p.m. Friday night to 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon
     
 

Enrollment at the Ottawa University campus in Surprise has nearly surpassed the private university's original campus in one year.
     
 

No matter what people say on social media, if you are an eligible voter and you vote, your vote gets counted.
     
 

A 35-year-old man has demanded nearly $2 million from the city of Mesa for a May incident where he was beaten by five police officers while unarmed.
     
 

A U.S. District Court Judge in Phoenix ordered the AZ Department of Corrections to comply with court orders on prison health care.
     
 

The one-year period for victims of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's detentions to file claims for compensation will end Dec. 3.
     
 

Giordano Jackson, 39, was convicted Tuesday and will be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Diane J. Humetewa in February, federal authorities said.
     
 

Customs and Border Protection announced it is replacing 14 miles of fencing along the Yuma border, with the plans to replace an additional 18 miles.
     
 

Brophy College Preparatory is warning parents and alumni that a sex abuse scandal could be imminent.
     
 

Patrick Braxton-Andrew was killed in late October by a criminal organization which Mexican officials identified as the Sinaloa cartel.