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A national fraternity whose Arizona State University chapter was expelled by the school is banning pledging at all of its chapters.
A Pinal County panel has ruled a fired deputy should get his job back and that the grounds for his initial dismissal weren't justified.
Business owners from Sedona to Flagstaff are worried a planned closure of a portion of a northern Arizona highway could hurt the much-anticipated summer tourist season.
Solar industry officials who spoke with lawmakers this week said they hope to stave off a property tax for leased panels in Arizona.
A nonprofit has completed building the last of nine new homes promised for uninsured residents who lost their property in the Yarnell Hill Fire.
The pension system for Arizona police and firefighters has received a federal grand jury subpoena to turn over documents.
Seven media groups won "Grand Slam" honors in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors' writing and sections contest that was held this week.
Citrus growers in Arizona are preparing for the possible outbreak of a disease that has already devastated thousands of acres of fruit trees in Florida and California.
The college district that serves the Phoenix area stands to spend more than $17 million because of a computer breach.