Arizona Headlines

  • ECLIPSE 2017: Phoenix Public Library to offer free eclipse classes over the weekend

  • Phoenix Fire Department is the 9th busiest fire department in the country, magazine says

  • Scottsdale firefighters recount Wednesday's nighttime mountain rescue

  • Teens plead guilty in vandalism of menorah at Chandler home

  • BARCELONA ATTACK: GCU, U of A basketball players are OK, officials say

Politics

  • Trump gives Twitter plug to challenger to Arizona senator

  • Rep. Jackie Speier calls for Trump's removal under 25th Amendment

  • Under pressure, Trump disbands business advisory councils

  • Former presidents Bush condemn white supremacists

  • President Trump to hold rally at Phoenix Convention Center

U.S. & World News

  • Spanish police confirm officers shot and killed four suspects in a separate alleged terror plot

  • North Korea warns it won't negotiate nukes if US is hostile

  • Richard Overton returns home, cleared of pneumonia

  • 2017 Solar Eclipse: Safety tips for driving during the Great American Eclipse

  • Police clear suspicious vehicle parked at Dulles International Airport

Entertainment

  • ‘Dream Big Princess' campaign empowering girls

  • Instead of giving ticket, officer helps fix broken tail light

  • Turn around! Bonnie Tyler to sing 'Total Eclipse' hit during eclipse

  • Brother of slain Tejano star Selena jailed for child support

  • Wheelchair dance company focuses on inclusion

Trending Topics

  • ‘Dream Big Princess' campaign empowering girls

  • Instead of giving ticket, officer helps fix broken tail light

  • Eclipse deals and specials

  • Students getting ready for solar eclipse

  • Yes, you need to wear those solar eclipse glasses

Sports

  • Chick-fil-A stand inside Mercedez-Benz Stadium will be closed for most Falcons' games

  • Phoenix Rising soccer team to hold team tryouts at the end of the month

  • United Center closes when fights break out during basketball tourney

  • Ric Flair hospitalized, rep. calls for prayers

  • Dallas store selling "Free Zeke" t-shirts in wake of six-game suspension

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