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From Justin Verlander to Jake Owen, celebrities showcase their skills at Phoenix Open Pro-Am

SCOTTSDALE – The WMPO brought together various celebrities and professionals to participate in the 2019 Annexus Pro-Am


The (baseball) stars come out for Day 2 of Waste Management Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE – Day Two of the Waste Management Phoenix Open featured Special Olympics and several baseball stars, including Archie Bradley.


Advocates, administration spar over pending citizenship applications

Immigrant-rights activists accused the Trump administration of erecting a "second wall" to potential immigrants by slowing citizenship application processing but federal officials strongly denied it, saying new citizens are being sworn in at "virtually the same rate" as always.

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Thunderbird High students take the stage to honor theater teacher’s legacy

PHOENIX – Students exhale loudly as they do their breathing exercises in the theater, preparing for a play one year in the making.

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County wants visitors to discover Hassayampa preserve, hidden treasure in Wickenburg

WICKENBURG – A hidden gem is getting revamped.


Arizona Center breaks up the old, reloads the new in $25 million renovation

PHOENIX – The Arizona Center in downtown Phoenix is getting a multi-million dollar facelift.


Home baked goods receive limited state regulation

MESA – Arizona residents who buy home baked pastries and goods are buying products with limited state regulations.


Microblading eyebrows may be risky business for customers

PHOENIX – Microblading, an eyebrow-shaping trend popping up on social media feeds, isn’t regulated and may come with health risks, according to experts.


Health officials: Number of flu cases on the rise in Arizona

PHOENIX – Arizona flu cases are on the rise in Arizona, up 28 percent since October compared to the same period last year, according the the Arizona Department of Health Services.


South Phoenix Healthy Start speaks out against domestic violence

When LeKesha Crump moved from Detroit to Mesa in 2005, with a 2-year-old daughter in tow, she met a man who she believed would be able to protect and take care of her and her daughter. She was wrong.

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