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ASU students, activists rally for women's rights in Iran at Tempe campus

Activists gathered at ASU's Tempe campus on Saturday evening to rally for women's rights in Iran after Mahsa Amini died in Iranian police custody.       

Willcox man threatens life of Social Security judge; sentenced to 25 months in prison

Jeffery Daniel Gladney, 55, was sentenced to over 25 months in prison for threatening the life of a Social Security judge assigned to his case.       

41-year-old man dies after hit by vehicle near Bell Road and 40th Street in Phoenix

The driver, identified as Even Alamos Santivanez, was arrested by Phoenix police. The pedestrian Daniel Callanta was taken to a hospital where he died.       

Yom Kippur marks homecoming for Phoenix synagogue after a year without a senior rabbi

A congregation is celebrating the holiest day in Judaism after a year without a permanent senior rabbi.       

Yom Kippur 2022

Temple Chair in Phoenix celebrates Yom Kippur on Sept. 30, 2022. It marks homecoming for Phoenix synagogue.       

Disabled man's good deed ends with wallet stolen, hundreds missing from bank account

The family of the man says two women may have targeted him due to him having Down syndrome. Scottdale Police searching for answers.

Police found dead man with gunshot wound near Indian School Road and 83rd Avenue

Detectives were working to identify the man and learn what led to his death, according to Phoenix police.       

MCSO confirms the identities of the 2 men killed in Gila Bend shooting

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says the shooting occurred Saturday afternoon.

A protest against the Iranian government is held at ASU's Tempe campus

Protesters gathered at ASU Tempe on Oct. 1, 2022, after Mahsa Amini died three days after Iran's morality police arrested her for not wearing a hijab.       

Glendale OKs city's tallest buildings near State Farm Stadium

Two 15-story apartment towers could become Glendale's tallest building outside of State Farm Stadium.       

The man accused in the Phoenix canal killings goes to trial 30 years after 2 women died

For years, Phoenix police sought the killer of two women who rode their bikes along the canals. DNA technology gave them the break they needed.       

Women of Iranian heritage share thoughts on country's protests against headscarf mandate

Pushback against religious headscarf enforcement in Iran sparks reactions from those with ties to the country.       

Apple has forced out a top operations exec after he made crude comments in a TikTok video

Tony Blevins, the iPhone maker's head of procurement, was recorded saying crass things about women.

12News honored with 12 Southwest Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards

Team 12 was honored with a dozen Rocky Mountain Emmy's in categories including Weather Programs, Continuing Coverage and Promotion Campaign.

Helicopter forced into emergency landing on Mesa roadway

Fortunately, no one was injured after the small aircraft suffered an unknown issue and was forced to land at a Mesa intersection.

'It seems to be a free for all': Mounting damage from recreational shooting could lead to big changes in the Sonoran Desert National Monument

Even though target shooting is currently legal on 90 percent of the monument, the repercussions are severe enough the Bureau of Land Management could change that.

Truck crashes into Mesa canal, takes out light pole

Police said that the driver was taken to the hospital in unknown condition after the truck came to a stop in the canal.

Unattended children relocated with parents in Surprise

Surprise police tweeted out a notice to the public that two kids had been found alone near an apartment complex. They have since been reunited with their parents.

DuPont acquisition of Chandler company still awaits approval from China

The $5 billion merger deal had been announced last November but has been held up as it works through regulatory approvals. Rogers is one of Arizona's largest public companies with more than 3,500 glo

Man killed in fatal crash in west Phoenix

Authorities say that Jeromy Ellis was killed after his truck struck the median and rolled over near West Thomas Rd. & 43rd Ave.

The goal of two architectural professors is to use their talents to reframe topics. Their latest exhibit at ASU hopes to do just that with the border

An exhibition at ASU's Art Museum this October is using art to provide a new perspective on how we discuss our country's borders.

Weekend Wheels: Toyota Tundra sales on the rise with redesign and powerful hybrid

Base price range, including destination: $38,760, base; $55,810, base hybrid; $77,040, Capstone CrewMax top model Mpg range: All-gas, 18/24, rear-drive, 17/23, all-wheel; hybrid, 20/24, rear-drive,

Collaboration is the key to a better consumer experience in health care

Navigating the health care system can be frustrating and confusing for consumers, and as health care costs rise, so do expectations for a more personalized and seamless experience. But with insurance

Health insurance ‘payvider’ models are driving innovation in the marketplace — here’s how employers can benefit

The employment landscape has changed significantly in the last few years. More people than ever are working remotely or in a hybrid setting. A tighter labor market means employers are looking for inn

Maryvale used to be the place to be. Then everything changed

Maryvale started the Valley boom. So how did it get to be what it is today?

Why JPMorgan's CEO isn't impressed with remote work

When it comes to remote work, the leader of one of the largest investment banks in the country told business leaders he's ready to cancel the Zoom calls.

Scottsdale's Caliber Cos. files paperwork as it closes in on Nasdaq listing

Caliber, which describes itself as an “emerging growth company” as defined by federal securities law, said it intends to list on the Nasdaq Capital Market exchange under the ticker symbol CWD.

Ghost in the machine? These rental cars are driven by remote control

LOS ANGELES – To the casual observer, this electric rental car whizzing by looks like yet another test of a self-driving car. After all, no one’s behind the wheel. But actually, someone is drivi

E-commerce, manufacturing industries rush to Arizona for industrial space

The Phoenix metro has seen one of the nation's biggest jumps in industrial rents in the past 12 months among markets without ports. The Valley also tops the ranking in the amount of industrial space

Phoenix steel company named in workplace harassment lawsuit

The lawsuit alleges regular use of racial slurs by a plant manger to some Black and Hispanic employees.

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