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Arizona Police: Man Kills 2 Brothers, Mom, Woman And Self Over Family Business Fight

Phoenix police say a man who had been in a business dispute with his two brothers shot and killed them, his mother and one of their wives before taking his own life.


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University Develops App To Determine Drug Impairment

Arizona State University develops an app to help determine drug impairment.


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Police: Man Holding Woman’s Missing Dogs For Ransom

Phoenix police say a man is holding a woman’s Yorkshire terriers for ransom.


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2 Loose Llamas Lassoed After Running Amok Near Phoenix

Two quick-footed llamas that dashed in and out of traffic in a Phoenix-area retirement community were captured by authorities Thursday, causing a stir in the streets and on social media.


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Man With Home Dungeon Sentenced After Trying To Buy Slave

An Arizona man has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for trying to buy a sex slave for $4,000 to keep in his home dungeon.


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Phoenix VA Sent 12 Vets’ Medications To Wrong Person

A mix-up caused the prescription medications of 12 VA patients to be sent to a single individual.


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Arizona Officials On Alert For Measles

Health officials say seven Arizona residents sickened in a measles outbreak are no longer infectious.


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Man Fatally Shot Outside Club In South Phoenix

Phoenix police say a man was shot and killed following a fight outside a club early Saturday morning.


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Super Bowl, Tiger Make Phoenix Center Of Sports Universe

Tiger Woods will tee off his season in front of 200,000 golf fans and an estimated million people will flock to a revived Phoenix downtown for NFL events.


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Track Coach Sentenced To Prison For Sex Crimes In Phoenix

A private track and field coach who pleaded guilty to sex crimes involving a teenage girl is going to prison.