Are you a die-hard Arizona sports fan?

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Phoenix advocate urges Washington to remember plight of homeless kids

WASHINGTON - When she arrived at UMOM New Day Center with her three children in the car they briefly called home, Stephanie - a veteran suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder - was under a lot of stress.

Arizona researcher hopes new diabetes drug can curb amputations

WASHINGTON - It's a jarring statement, but for Dr. David Armstrong and his patients it makes complete sense: "Pain is a gift from God."

Do you get enough sleep?

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Far from home, D.C.-area Navajo gather to celebrate, remember heritage

WASHINGTON - In a windowless, fluorescent-lit conference room near Capitol Hill, Ani Auld's hands slowly and rhythmically wound strands of white yarn into a tsiiyéél, a traditional Navajo hair bun.

State added 100,000 residents in 2015, lured by climate, cost of living

WASHINGTON - Arizona's population grew by nearly 100,000 in 2015, driven largely by growth in Maricopa County which saw the second-largest increase among counties in the nation, according to new Census Bureau estimates.

Court rejects latest challenge to Tohono O’odham’s Glendale casino

WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Tuesday rejected the latest in a long line of challenges to the Tohono O'odham casino that opened in Glendale in December.

Do you support more abortion restrictions in Arizona?

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As Trump nears nomination, GOP hopefuls juggle his backers, moderates

WASHINGTON - Donald Trump's victory in Arizona this week put him one step closer to the Republican presidential nomination, an increasingly likely outcome that political analysts say could spell trouble for down-ticket Republican candidates.

Court restores claim that Yuma rejected housing plan for racial reasons

WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Friday reinstated a developer's lawsuit that charged Yuma city officials with rejecting a housing plan because white neighbors feared it would attract Hispanic residents.

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Will it play in Peoria – Arizona? State better mirrors U.S. than thought

WASHINGTON - Arizona voters fell in line behind other primary states and backed presidential front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Tuesday - not that surprising considering a new report that says Arizona's electorate closely mirrors the U.S.