The Arizona Republic reports that city payouts over excessive-force or wrongful-death claims against police have totaled millions of dollars in the last several years.
By Associated Press
At an emergency meeting Friday, Mayor Kate Gallego and the Phoenix City Council voted to make masks or face coverings mandatory. The order goes into effect at 6 a.m. Saturday.
By Terry Tang, Associated Press
First came the crash, reverberating off the walls of the retirement community like a "mini atom bomb," then a barrage of gunfire shattered the desert morning calm.
By MacKenzie Shuman, Derek Hall, Devin Sauer, Nicole Ludden, José-Ignacío Castañeda Perez, Arizona State University
Motel 6 also settled a similar lawsuit in 2019 in Washington state for $12 million.
By Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
The latest salvo in the growing fight is an attempt by state lawmakers to keep a free-flow of ride-sharing companies servicing the main airport in one of the U.S.'s largest cities.
By Hari Sreenivasan, Connie Kargbo, Sam Weber
As the Colorado River's flow declines mostly due to overuse and climate change, water supplies in seven states are imperiled by potential shortages. That includes Arizona, which recently passed legislation outlining steps it would take if water from the river…
By Associated Press
Trump notes in a tweet Thursday that it’s been four years since a scandal at a VA hospital in Phoenix, in which some veterans died while waiting for appointments.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders will hold a news briefing at 2:30 p.m. ET. Watch her remarks live here.
By Julie Bykowicz and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Within a 24-hour span, President Donald Trump delivered one speech in which he tore into the media and members of his own party, and a second in which he called for national unity and love.
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