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Penzone says mending relations with the Hispanic community is an ongoing process

One year after being elected, MCSO Sheriff Paul Penzone talks about efforts to improve relations with the Hispanic community.

Iranian Bahá’í refugees find religious freedom in Arizona

Thousands of Bahá'is in Iran have been dismissed from jobs and colleges or aribitrarily arrested

Millions of Americans turn to bottled water, but is it safer than tap?

Bottled water has become the No. 1 beverage choice in the U.S., but most bottled water is either spring water or purified tap water.

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.

Three Arizona military bases now being tested for water contamination

WASHINGTON - The Air Force will begin testing the groundwater at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for contamination from dangerous chemicals in firefighting foam that was used at the base, according to the U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center.

September 4, 2017 Newscast

A look at how Arizona dealt with record-breaking heat this summer of 2017.

At-risk youth find greater mental strength, spiritual transformation in community sports

PHOENIX - In the rising heat of a recent summer morning, teenage boys congregated on Phoenix Christian School’s football field, waiting to take turns going long for passes.

Legislative bill would block out-of-state college students from voting in AZ

PHOENIX - Republican state Rep. Bob Thorpe is drafting a bill this summer that would ban out-of-state college students from voting in Arizona elections, sparking criticism from other public officials.

Arizona sun may spur summer SAD, a rare, lonely depression

PHOENIX – Mike Johnson, a 50-year-old flight reservation agent, endures summer’s blistering heat and hours of relentless sun behind his home’s shuttered blinds, saying he loses sleep and weight.

Officials: Summer meals program rebounding after years of decline

WASHINGTON - Advocates and Arizona education officials say they are confident the summer meal program for low-income children will start to climb this summer, after five years of steady declines that saw meals served drop more than 50 percent.

July 12, 2017 Newscast

Military plane crash, food summer program and bungee workouts

Cacti feel the burn of harsh Phoenix summer

PHOENIX – Even a cactus has limits.