West Valley government and business leaders are developing shopping, entertainment and job hubs in a continued effort to keep residents from being siphoned to other areas in the Valley.  Read more

Phoenix Children's Hospital is expanding its emergency department to accomodate up to 100,000 patients each year.  Read more

Why did Britain's iconic Big Ben go silent on Aug. 21? Read more

A federal court ordered the Federal Aviation Administration to start over on planning for flight paths in and out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The current plan has led to tens of thousands of noise complaints from neighbors since it was put in place in 2014. (Photo by Coleton Berry/Cronkite News)

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On March 2, federal agents from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the Customs and Border Protection made the striking discovery of potato chip cans containing three deadly king cobras. Read more

On July 19, McCain’s office announced that the 80-year-old senator had a brain tumor, a glioblastoma, which is an aggressive type of cancer. Read more

The treasured painting, part of a series by celebrated abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning, is back home at the UA Museum of Art — and this is the story of how it happened.

 

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Scientists announced a mind-boggling 18,000 newly discovered plants and creatures for 2016.

 

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Rising temperatures are causing a spike in kissing bugs in Southern Arizona. University of Arizona scientists are conducting a research to study the bugs' changing behavior and activity. Read more

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