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First Friday heats up tonight with creative works going up all over the city. Here are our picks for shows you will not want to miss this Friday.
Martos said officers were called to the residence near Greenway and Cave Creek roads after the man's mother stopped by the apartment and found her son and his girlfriend inside.
Several Phoenix area restaurants, like their heat-weary diners, are taking summer vacations to to save money and give chefs and staff time away.
The artist, who won the Eric Fischl Vanguard Award at the Phoenix Art Museum in 2008 and spoke at the White House for Youth Summit in Washington D.C. in 2012, will display a new series of socially conscious work at his upcoming gallery exhibition, "Faith, Culture, and Justice."
An Oct. 2 trial date has been set for two men charged in the fatal shooting of a tribal police officer during a traffic stop on the outskirts of metro Phoenix.
One person is dead after three armed suspects broke into a house in West Phoenix and held a family of four at gunpoint.
As early ballots begin arriving in mailboxes across Arizona, Mayor Greg Stanton is throwing his political support behind Michael Johnson, who is running for a seat on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.
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There is a delicious ice cream gem here in the Valley, and according to BuzzFeed , this ice cream shop is one of 27 that you must visit before you die.
Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1n3pvIJ Slide into a red leather booth, order up a signature martini and peruse these interesting tidbits about one of Arizona's oldest watering holes, Durant's.
DPS recommends charges for 2 Phoenix arson investigators The Maricopa County Attorney's Office is reviewing recommendations for felony charges.
A Nevada businessman and legal brothel owner is in Phoenix to push his idea for legal prostitution in the Valley.
Mary Glen, 74, left her home near 40th Street and Thunderbird Saturday afternoon and did not return to the residence.
Shadiest spots in metro Phoenix Chad LaRue runs on the Murphy Bridle Path on Central Ave. in Phoenix on Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
Seven suspects were arrested this morning when warrants were served from an incident at a bar in March.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 02:21 am
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