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'I'm at my wits' end': Man prepares to sell home after city fails to remove illegally parked RV camper
People across Portland have put in thousands of complaints about RV campers parked illegally. The city said they're unable to respond to everyone.
Department of Defense visits ASU for massive recruiting event as rejected recruit seeks change
The United States Department of Defense is at Arizona State University on Tuesday and Wednesday for a massive recruiting event.
Valley man turned away from military service for prior mental health treatment
The man says his treatment doesn't impede his ability to serve.
TIMELINE: Remembering Sept. 11, 2001 — 22 years later
On Sept. 11, 2001, 19 terrorists hijacked four commercial airplanes shortly after their departures from airports in Boston, Newark and the Washington, D.C. area.
Powered by solar and wind, this $10B transmission line will carry more energy than the Hoover Dam
The SunZia transmission line will stretch about 550 miles from central New Mexico, funneling electricity from massive wind farms to metro areas in Arizona.
Opening statements begin in website founder's 2nd trial over ads promoting prostitution
All five defendants face charges of facilitating prostitution and laundering money.
Arizona native Julie Ertz announces her retirement from soccer
Ertz, who represented America on the national stage at the World Cup, announced her retirement on social media Thursday.
New Mexico attorney general, 13 top prosecutors unite in support of compensating people sickened by exposure to radiation
An estimated half-million people lived within a 150-mile radius of where the world’s first atomic bomb was tested in New Mexico in 1945.
Backpage founder faces 2nd trial over what prosecutors say was a scheme to sell sex through ad sales
Jury selection for Michael Lacey and four former Backpage employees will resume for a second day Wednesday.
Heat deaths and injuries: workers are exposed to triple digit temperatures with no uniform protection
State and federal agencies are scrambling to find measures to combat what experts call one of the harshest and most neglected effects of climate change in the U.S.
3 US Marines killed, 20 injured after military aircraft crashes in Australia
The crash happened during Exercise Predators Run, which involves the militaries of the United States, Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and East Timor.
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