Mesa Police
Mesa Settles Lawsuit with Man Who Claims Police Officer Broke His Wrist

Terence Kirkpatrick sued Mesa last year after he was injured during a scuffle with police. Now the city is settling with him.

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USS Arizona Memorial Now Open Outside D-backs Spring Training Facility

The new memorial outside the D-backs spring training facility honors the more than 1,100 sailors who died on the USS Arizona during Pearl Harbor.

Arizona bills
Arizona Lawmakers Pushing Six Bills to Help Moms and Their Babies

Two Arizona lawmakers are working together to improve maternal and infant health in the state with a package of six new bills.

Hundreds of Arizonans Have Lost Homes Over Debts As Small As $16, Report Says

Arizona is one of 13 states where homeowners can lose all of their home equity over tax debt, no matter how small, according to AARP.

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One of These Bills Could Actually Lower Prescription Drug Costs

A bill supported by Senator McSally provides minimal limits on drug prices while doing its best to cater to big pharma's wishes.

Pima County
What Pima County Is Doing to Help People Stop Hoarding Pets

Pet hoarding, a somber discovery, and Mark Kelly kicks off campaign. Here's your southern Arizona news to know for today.

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These Bills Aim to Keep Guns Out of Domestic Abusers’ Hands

Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts said at a Thursday lobbying event that Arizona’s weak gun laws are threatening women’s lives.

Last Time Trump Visited Phoenix, Protestors Were Angry. Now, They’re Focused

Trump’s campaign rally in Phoenix Wednesday was notably calmer than his last visit, when tensions turned to violence and ended in a cloud of tear gas.