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Tucson latest Arizona airport to roll out new TSA screening policy

DULLES, Virginia - Tucson International last week became the latest airport in Arizona to roll out enhanced security measures that will require travelers to put any electronic device larger than a cell phone into a separate bin.


Zombie Walk returns after being resurrected by Arizona Hemophilia Association

PHOENIX — Bloodied, flesh-eating, hungry zombies filled the streets of the Warehouse District in Phoenix on Oct. 28.


Buyer beware: Experts say home sellers don’t have to disclose murders, hauntings

TEMPE – When Patricia St. Vincent bought a 1910 colonial revival house in Tempe more than 30 years ago, the seller congratulated her and said, “You bought yourself a haunted house.”


Fifty-eight years after he last played, ASU quarterback returns to Sun Devil Stadium

TEMPE -- Nestled between two buttes sits iconic Sun Devil Stadium. The structure that opened in 1958 and has hosted the Pope, the Rolling Stones and countless football games has also undergone multiple transformations throughout the years.


Arizona State Fair officials say there have been no serious injuries at the fair this year

PHOENIX – How safe are the rides at the state fair?

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Health care leaders, police and prosecutors join forces to research concussions in domestic violence victims

SCOTTSDALE – Maricopa County prosecutors, Mesa police and health care leaders are teaming up to research the prevalence of concussions in domestic violence victims.

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Phoenix, health advocates launch plan to curb spread of HIV and AIDS in Arizona by 2030

PHOENIX — Joshua Olson received the news no one wants to hear — he had contracted HIV from someone he dated.

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After toiling overseas, 27-year-old Suns rookie Mike James is talk of town

PHOENIX -- The first time Devin Booker played with Mike James on the Suns’ summer league team, he had questions.


‘First time I saw a cactus’: Diamondbacks reflect warmly on Arizona Fall League

PHOENIX -- The Arizona Fall League breeds Major League Baseball’s future top talent. Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Kris Bryant and countless others have played in the developmental league that sends approximately 60 percent of its players to the majors.


Cardinals stick with Stanton, add Bercovici to practice squad

TEMPE -- The Arizona Cardinals are taking a closer look at their quarterback situation after losing Carson Palmer to a broken left arm.


More drama for Suns after point guard Bledsoe sent home

PHOENIX — Following three straight losses to start the season, two of which were by over 40 points, the Phoenix Suns have experienced a season’s-worth of turmoil in just 24 hours, as the team fired its head coach and appears to be on track to lose its starting point guard.


Scottsdale student’s study lands spot in national science competition

WASHINGTON - A study that asks the question, "Can Technology be Used to Modify Behavior and Reduce Rates of Melanoma" may sound pretty dry - but for Scottsdale eighth-grader Arjun Moorthy, it's personal.