Sixteen Valley Starbucks locations apply for liquor licenses

Valley Starbucks shops are looking to add some spunk to their late-night menus.

No joke: Public suggests comedians, former pols for House speaker’s job

WASHINGTON - If most Americans see Congress as a joke, who better to lead it than a comedian?

Watergate: Former counsel to Nixon says it took years to tell full story of scandal

It has taken decades to reveal the many sides of one of the biggest political scandals in American history: Watergate. But one former member of the Nixon White House who did time for the crime, has spent years researching the details and listening to hours of Nixon’s secret tapes to find the truth.

John Dean

Arizona looking to upgrade voting machines

It’s a new age of machines.

Ballot photo

State fair officials say they will be conducting safety inspections on rides every day

The Arizona State Fair opens its doors tomorrow, but today workers were putting the finishing touches on rides and conducting safety inspections.

Arizona State Fair grounds

State trooper still recovering from injuries after stopping a wrong-way driver

Jeremy Barr, an Arizona state trooper, risked his life last August by stopping a wrong-way driver, resulting in injuries that he is still recovering from today. According to Barr, wrong-way driving is a growing threat to people nationwide.

House Republicans pledge unity as caucus falls apart over next speaker

WASHINGTON - House Republicans said they were committed to bringing the party together Thursday, even as their caucus splintered in its search for a new speaker.

‘Robo-deer’ dispatched to Arizona forests to thwart poachers

A new high-tech robotic mule deer will soon be in Arizona forests to track down poachers hunting out of season.

Four Arizona police departments receive grants for body cameras

Four Arizona police departments will share more than $1.3 Million in federal grants for body cameras.

Popular daily fantasy league sites restricted in Arizona

After six years of playing fantasy football with out-of-state relatives, Amber Salisbury was excited when her brother in Texas invited her to play FanDuel, a daily fantasy sports website offering cash prizes.

Tribes: Domestic violence program ‘very successful,’ but challenges remain

WASHINGTON - It was just a few years ago that tribal courts would not have been able to prosecute the non-Indian man who beat his Pascua Yaqui partner for failing to make his lunch correctly and not doing the laundry.