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Adulthood for foster care teens delivers a new world with new woes

Just a few months after foster teen Jaquelyn Cedillo turned 18 and enrolled in the Department of Child Safety’s independent living program, she was sleeping in a park with a boyfriend, having already spent the monthly stipend the state gives her to live on her own.

Republican debate: What do Arizonans want to hear?

A preview of the Republican debates and some of the hot topics -- including immigration -- that Arizonans want to hear about.

Genealogy library to find a new home

The Arizona Genealogy Library has been working for the last month and a half to find new homes for its documents.

Vemma CEO confident after Tempe company’s court hearing on pyramid scheme allegations

NOTE: On Sept. 18, a federal judge barred Vemma Nutrition Co. from resuming most of its business activities. Click here for the follow-up story. BK Boreyko Tuesday said he felt confident in his team's work defending Vemma Nutrition Co. against federal regulators who accused them of running a pyramid scheme.

Arizona receives $3.6 million grant to combat drug overdoses

Arizona has received a $3.6 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to combat prescription drug addictions, part of a federal effort to give states money to prevent overdose deaths.

DPS investigating Interstate 10 shootings

DPS is investigating several shootings that have knocked out car windows and windshields of cars driving along Interstate 10. (Video by Ivan Rodriguez/Cronkite News)