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JOBS: 6 places now hiring in the Valley

Are you looking for work? There are several places now hiring and looking to add quality workers in the Valley! Looking for work at a restaurant? Flower Child is hosting several job fair events for their new north Phoenix location. This summer the fast-casual restaurant will open in the Desert Ridge Marketplace as they look to hire 81 hourly positions.

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A Scottsdale shooting, a dashboard video and a firestorm over...

Police withheld video from the shooting, then released it. The shift may be part of a larger controversy over Bill Montgomery's public-records plan.

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5 Great Places to Find Barbecue in the PHX

Chris Malloy has been on the Phoenix barbecue trail for more than six months now. In that time, he has eaten barbecue from Cave Creek to San Tan Valley.

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Emergency evacuation at Phoenix Comic Fest: Attendees forced to leave after fire alarm triggered

Emergency evacuation at Phoenix Comic Fest: Attendees forced to leave after fire alarm triggered Thousands of attendees, including many young people and families with children and exited onto the street. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2Lx4hYV Attendees at the Phoenix Comic Fest were told to leave the Phoenix Convention Center amid an emergency evacuation on May 26, 2018.

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Places to Learn Music in Metro Phoenix

At a certain age, it's easy to give up on the dream of learning an instrument. Nowadays, learning music is often part of a student's curriculum, and it's easy to think that once the opportunity has passed, it's gone for good.

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Phoenix's Newest Goth Night is Grave Wave

You made a grave mistake if you didn't participate in Phoenix's newest goth night. Grave Wave took place at the Rebel Lounge on Friday, May 25, with Xam Renn and DJ Tristan, the best goth DJs Phoenix has to offer.

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Daft Punk Tribute One More Time Is Harder, Better,...

Phoenix-born Daft Punk tribute act One More Time, which does a spot-on impression of the famed French electronica duo, played its first-ever gig at The Van Buren on Friday, May 25. For more than an hour, the act served up remixes of such Daft Punk favorites as "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," "Around the World," and "One More Time." And they did so while manning a recreation of Daft Punk's pyramid-like illuminated stage from its legendary Alive 1997 tour.

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Pedestrian struck, killed near 43rd Ave., Thunderbird in Phoenix

Pedestrian struck, killed near 43rd Ave., Thunderbird in Phoenix Police said 17-year-old David Rosales was crossing Thunderbird Road midblock. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2xiwcss David Rosales was hit by a vehicle travelling eastbound near 43rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road in Phoenix at about 9:30 p.m. Friday, Phoenix police said.

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Semitruck fire stalls Interstate 10 in Phoenix; hourslong delays expected

Semitruck fire stalls Interstate 10 in Phoenix; hourslong delays expected State transportation officials predicted it could take hours to clean up and clear the backups. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2selahQ Reader-submitted video of a semi-truck fire on Interstate 10 near 40th Street in Phoenix on May 25, 2018.

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The Essentials: Hand-Crafted Sausages That Speak to Phoenix Now and Then

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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The 13 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

Phoenix Comic Fest has taken over downtown, which means tons of geek-friendly events will be happening. Meanwhile, it's Memorial Day weekend, which means pool parties galore.

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Congrats, Class of 2018: Thousands of high school seniors graduate across metro Phoenix

Thousands of high school seniors graduated in ceremonies across metro Phoenix this week. Here are photos from a few of them.

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10 Best Punk Bars in Phoenix

Phoenix has a long tradition of punk bars that serve up cheap beer and fast, aggressive punk rock. Some great venues have closed over the years, and while we dearly miss Jugheads and Rogue West, punk bars continue to thrive in the Valley of the Sun.

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Phoenix Removes Hance Park Design Sketch After Discovering Hidden Drake Meme

City officials aren't amused that a meme featuring the rapper Drake in a wheelchair somehow made its way into the proposal for revamping Margaret T. Hance Park. On Monday, Phoenix formally unveiled plans to revitalize Hance Park by adding a jogging loop, interactive water feature, skate park, food truck area, and an amphitheater.

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Military families get in free Memorial Day through Labor Day at these Phoenix attractions

From Memorial Day to Labor Day, military families get in free to these Arizona attractions, including the Arizona Science Center and Heard Museum. Military families get in free Memorial Day through Labor Day at these Phoenix attractions From Memorial Day to Labor Day, military families get in free to these Arizona attractions, including the Arizona Science Center and Heard Museum.

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Julio C sar Morales Wins Prestigious Award at Phoenix Art Museum

Julio Csar Morales received the 2018 Arlene and Morton Scult Contemporary Forum Award at Phoenix Art Museum on May 23. He'll receive $5,000, and be part of the museum's Contemporary Forum exhibit in 2019. Contemporary Forum is one of several Phoenix Art Museum support organizations.

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These are the 18 best wine bars around Phoenix

These are the 18 best wine bars around Phoenix We gathered a list of wine bars around Phoenix for you to discover. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2LtHJIa Owner Brian Mahoney invites guests to "leave snobbery at the door."

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Montgomery records rules may be at odds with Phoenix police plans to release body-cam video

A battle over control of body-worn camera video could be brewing between Maricopa County's top prosecutor and the Phoenix Police Department. Montgomery records rules may be at odds with Phoenix police plans to release body-cam video A battle over control of body-worn camera video could be brewing between Maricopa County's top prosecutor and the Phoenix Police Department.

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PD: Caregiver headbutts autistic man in Phoenix

Phoenix police report that on May 23, they arrested 47-year-old Christopher Ray Fisher at his home in Tempe, for vulnerable adult abuse. On April 16, police say Fisher was in the back seat of a transportation van for Creative Inversions Activities when the victim had 'an emotional episode,' while the van was moving.

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Indoor playgrounds, trampoline parks and places in Phoenix kids can play and stay cool

Indoor playgrounds, trampoline parks and places in Phoenix kids can play and stay cool Indoor playgrounds, trampoline parks and every other place Phoenix kids can play cool in summer Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IG3Ey5 Picture a pint-size neighborhood of brightly colored little homes where kids can imagine what they might be when they grow up. This 3,500-square-foot north Phoenix venue is precisely that, with pedal cars and a winding street to boot.

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Phoenix Artist Nathaniel Lewis Wins $5,000 in ArtPrize Competition

Phoenix artist Nathaniel Lewis won the ArtPrize Phoenix Pitch Night competition at Found:RE Phoenix on May 22. Lewis will receive $5,000 to be used toward creating an installation at Grand Rapids Art Museum in Michigan during this year's ArtPrize event. ArtPrize is an annual art festival and competition founded in 2009 by Rick DeVos, son of U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

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Everyone loved Chipper, Scottsdale's last free-range dog

In 1968, Scottsdale passed a leash law. The town was becoming a city. Country dogs could no longer roam.

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Letter: U.S. teachers are fed up with the status quo, for good reason

We have two teachers in our family, one teaches second grade and one teaches high school; both have always purchased supplies for their students out of their own pockets without being compensated. With the Arizona Capitol in the background, thousands of teachers continue to protest Thursday, May 3, 2018, in Phoenix.

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Stalking suspect accused of sending 65K texts won't fight for release

Stalking suspect accused of sending 65K texts won't fight for release Jacqueline Ades is scheduled to enter a plea to charges of stalking a Paradise Valley man. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2s7TEms Maricopa County court documents show Jacqueline Ades of Phoenix was arrested on suspicion of stalking and harassing a man she met online.

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Suspect in Phoenix police shooting released from hospital, faces charges

Suspect in Phoenix police shooting released from hospital, faces charges The suspect from the robbery that lead to officer-involved shooting in Phoenix was booked Wednesday Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2xgU0gr Readers can send news tips to azcentral.com via the newspaper's social media channels, email or by calling the office. A man shot by a Phoenix police officer responding to a robbery call Monday has been released from a hospital and faces charges, officials said.

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Uber shuts Arizona self-driving program two months after fatal crash

Uber has shut down its self-driving car operation in Arizona two months after a fatal crash involving one of its vehicles, the company said on Wednesday. Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] is not shuttering its entire autonomous vehicle program and will focus on limited testing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and two cities in California, a spokeswoman said.

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75 Phoenix-area spots for your child's birthday party

Take the stress out of planning kids' birthday parties with our round-up of the best party venues and entertainment in town. 75 Phoenix-area spots for your child's birthday party Take the stress out of planning kids' birthday parties with our round-up of the best party venues and entertainment in town.

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VIDEO: 5 suspects swarm Phoenix house

Video obtained by ABC15 shows five suspects jump over the backyard wall of the Arcadia home and approach the house. Watch video of the entire incident in the video player above.

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New lanes are coming to I-17 north of Phoenix, but not too soon

Delays lasting several hours on I-17 are a weekend tradition in summers. The two new flex lanes will eventually ease congestion.

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Excavation done at Phoenix airport drill-rig site; search for body goes on

Excavation done at Phoenix airport drill-rig site; search for body goes on Officials continue to search for a missing drill-rig worker who is believed dead after a collapse Monday morning Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2s7mbZ5 Officials continue to search May 23, 2018, for a missing drill-rig worker who is believed dead after a collapse Monday morning. Officials continue to search May 23, 2018, for a missing drill-rig worker who is believed dead after a collapse Monday morning.

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The Phoenix Fine-Dining Gem With Million-Dollar Views

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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Phoenix Reveals Latest Plan for Revitalizing Hance Park

For several years now, the city of Phoenix has been working on plans to revitalize Margaret T. Hance Park . The 32-acre park, completed in 1992, is situated south of McDowell Road, between Third Street and Fifth Avenue.

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Aaron Chamberlin sells Phoenix restaurant St. Francis to new owners

Aaron Chamberlin, of Phoenix and Tempe Public Market Cafe and Taco Chelo, sold St. Francis in Phoenix to focus on new restaurants such as Ghost Ranch. Aaron Chamberlin sells Phoenix restaurant St. Francis to new owners Aaron Chamberlin, of Phoenix and Tempe Public Market Cafe and Taco Chelo, sold St. Francis in Phoenix to focus on new restaurants such as Ghost Ranch.

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Volunteers help dog make 2,000-mile trek back home

One lucky dog who wound up on the other side of the country was returned to his rightful home thanks to a group of 20 volunteers. Jake, a 7-year-old Coonhound, first went missing from his home in Phoenix, Arizona, last year.

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Volunteers help dog make 2,000-mile trek back home

One lucky dog who wound up on the other side of the country was returned to his rightful home thanks to a group of 20 volunteers. Jake, a 7-year-old Coonhound, first went missing from his home in Phoenix, Arizona, last year.

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25 best burgers in Phoenix: If you've got a hamburger craving, here's where to go

Memorial Day marks the start of both summer and burger season, so to kick it off, our critic sampled 200 burgers around Phoenix in search of the best. 25 best burgers in Phoenix: If you've got a hamburger craving, here's where to go Memorial Day marks the start of both summer and burger season, so to kick it off, our critic sampled 200 burgers around Phoenix in search of the best.

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Uptown Plaza lands Chula Seafood: Phoenix restaurant to offer a lot more fish, bigger menu

With the Scottsdale location bursting at the seams, Chula Seafood's owners are bringing their seafood shop and restaurant to Uptown Plaza in Phoenix. Uptown Plaza lands Chula Seafood: Phoenix restaurant to offer a lot more fish, bigger menu With the Scottsdale location bursting at the seams, Chula Seafood's owners are bringing their seafood shop and restaurant to Uptown Plaza in Phoenix.

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'She is a hero,' 7-year-old receives award for saving family during fire in Phoenix

PHOENIX - A 7-year-old girl was recognized for her heroic actions, saving the lives of her grandmother and brother during a fire at a Phoenix apartment complex in April. Just days after learning how to develop an emergency escape plan from Phoenix firefighters in school, 7-year-old Monibelle Townsend rescued her family from a raging fire on April 13. Monibelle was awoken in the middle of the night after a fire swept through her apartment near Seventh Avenue and Hatcher Road.

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Elevengeddon Gets More Intimate

Phoenix Comic Fest is back, and that means the Poisoned Pen is hosting its annual sci-fi and fantasy book signing, Elevengeddon, on the eve. The mass signing on Wednesday, May 23, at the Poisoned Pen features 11 author guests from Comic Fest, as well as local authors, including Sam Sykes, who will host the event, and interview guests.

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2 men arrested on suspicion of selling fentanyl in Phoenix area

Two men were arrested on suspicion of selling large amounts of fentanyl on Phoenix streets, MCSO said. Around 8,000 pills were seized.

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Kids eat free at these Phoenix restaurants: Chompie's, IHOP, NYPD Pizza, Denny's and more

Kids eat free at these Phoenix restaurants: Chompie's, IHOP, NYPD Pizza, Denny's and more Kids gotta eat, parents gotta pay. Except at these restaurants around Phoenix Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2s4BJNo On Sundays, two children ages 12 and younger can each get a free item from the kids menu with purchase of an adult entree.

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Girl saves family from house fire in north PHX

A 7-year-old girl was honored on Tuesday after she saved her family from a house fire in Phoenix last month. On April 13, Monibelle Townsend was awoken to a smoke alarm in her home near 7th Avenue and Hatcher Road.

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Phoenix Council OKs $13.5M Investment for ASU Expansion

Arizona State University's partnership with the city of Phoenix on its 12,000-student downtown campus was reaffirmed as the Phoenix City Council approved a $13.5 million investment in a new building for Thunderbird School of Global Management, a 72-year-old international business management school that joined the university in 2014. The move will bring more than 300 graduate students, more than 100 staff and faculty members and hundreds of executive education participants into downtown Phoenix from around the United States and the world.

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Autonomous weapons and racist computers

The recent tech governance conference at ASU was a three-day package of eclectic diamonds in the rough and an anti-tech conspiracy theorist's worst nightmare Erica Kochi, co-founder of UNICEF Innovation, speaks on machine learning in a global context at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law in Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday, May 17, 2018. The Sixth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies & Science , held at the Sandra Day O'Connor School of Law from Wednesday to Friday last week, sounds to the layman less interesting than it was.

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AG: Major meth trafficking ring in Phoenix area dismantled

The Arizona Attorney General's Office says a major methamphetamine trafficking ring in the Phoenix metro area has been dismantled. Law enforcement officials reported seizing more than 30 pounds of meth and 18 illegal firearms when the defendants were arrested on May 2. Authorities say five people also were indicted for their alleged involvement in the drug trafficking ring that operated in Tempe, Tolleson, Avondale and west Phoenix.

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Police: Teen arrested after threatening to shoot up Highland High School

Police: Teen arrested after threatening to shoot up Highland High School Police said the 15-year-old was frustrated about a grade. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IAbRnD Anastacia Andrade hugs her 9-year-old son, Alejandro, who joined with the March For Our Lives protesters demand ing "their lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools and communities" march at the Arizona State Capitol on Mar. 24, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton Will Resign Next Week to Run for Congress

After more than six years as mayor of Phoenix, Greg Stanton will resign at noon on Tuesday, May 29, in order to kick off his race to represent Arizona's 9th Congressional District. "Our city is in strong shape and I am proud that we have put Phoenix on the most positive trajectory of any large city in America," Stanton said in the letter.

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Phoenix Fire talks drilling rig accident at Phoenix Sky Harbor, missing worker

Phoenix Fire Capt. Jake Van Hook provides update on efforts to rescue a worker trapped at a construction site at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix.

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Angels Trumpet Ale House opening 2nd Phoenix location

Angels Trumpet Ale House in downtown Phoenix is adding a second location. The beer house and restaurant is opening in Arcadia, at 44th and Oak streets Angels Trumpet Ale House opening 2nd Phoenix location Angels Trumpet Ale House in downtown Phoenix is adding a second location.

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25 places for Memorial Day deals for food and drinks around Phoenix

From barbecue parties to discounts honoring the men and women who serve, these Phoenix restaurants are ready to celebrate Memorial Day. 25 places for Memorial Day deals for food and drinks around Phoenix From barbecue parties to discounts honoring the men and women who serve, these Phoenix restaurants are ready to celebrate Memorial Day.

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See Works by Five Arizona Artists in a New Exhibit at Phoenix Art Museum

Phoenix Art Museum will be showing works by five Arizona artists starting on Thursday, May 24. It's part of an annual tradition at the museum, which recognizes the accomplishments of mid-career and emerging artists. The Contemporary Forum, one of several support organizations for the museum, presents an artist award and artist grants each spring.

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The Central Phoenix Taco Stand With Great Carne Asada and Late-Night Party Vibes

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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The Central Phoenix Taco Stand With Great Carne Asada and Late-Night Party Vibes

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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Meghan McCain responds to 'Saturday Night Live' spoof after being portrayed by Aidy Bryant

Meghan McCain responds to 'Saturday Night Live' spoof after being portrayed by Aidy Bryant Meghan McCain was portrayed by SNL cast member Aidy Bryant, who also attended Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rXbatm The Republic's politics teams talks funding for teacher raises and recent discussions surrounding John McCain's health on May 8, 2018.

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Condor starts Phoenix flights to Frankfurt

Condor Airlines launched its first flight from Frankfurt to Phoenix this weekend, starting the seasonal service that hopes to tap into the tourist market.

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JOBS: 8 places looking for workers in the Valley

Fire Weather Warning issued May 20 at 2:09PM MST expiring May 21 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Watch issued May 20 at 2:39AM MST expiring May 21 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Are you looking for work? There are several places now hiring and looking to add quality workers in the Valley! Chas Roberts A/C and Plumbing is now hiring for 50 experienced technicians. The company offers several perks including overtime pay, drive time pay, 401K as well as medical and performance-based bonuses.

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The Art and Artists of May's Third Friday

May's Third Friday art walk had a little something for everyone - from space and ocean-inspired ceramics to paintings honoring celebrities impacted by opioids. Along the way, we found cake toppers that would have rocked the royal wedding and queer nuns working to banish bigotry.

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Our 10 Most-Read Stories of the Week: You Were Hungry...

It's Arizona Restaurant Week and fittingly, six of our most-read new stories for the week of May 13 to May 19 were about food ... from vegan to 100 percent beef, from southern India to south Phoenix. Click through our slideshow to see which stories you spent the most time with and click on the captions to read the story again or for the first time.

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Location-First Movers - How to Outsmart Ageism

There is the job-first relocation type. That person already has a job offer and is moving to accept it.

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5 Hidden Restaurant Gems in the PHX

Phoenix is a city of hidden gem eateries. You see them as you drive, but only if you're looking: modest, stout spots with peeling to paint and nothing to betray what they are but a sign and, maybe, a smell.

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5 Hidden Restaurant Gems in the PHX

Phoenix is a city of hidden gem eateries. You see them as you drive, but only if you're looking: modest, stout spots with peeling to paint and nothing to betray what they are but a sign and, maybe, a smell.

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Police: 5 teens ejected from car in crash after fleeing from officers

Police: 5 teens ejected from car in crash after fleeing from officers A vehicle carrying five teens fled from Gilbert police and crashed at Power Road and Loop 202. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rYUTnA Go inside the Phoenix Fire Department 911 call center to learn about what's going on when you call 911 in the Phoenix metro area.

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The Inspiration Behind La Morena's Latest Street Mural

Lucinda Hinojos wants to make one message clear with her latest street mural on the East wall of Bloom's Flower & Gift Shop in South Phoenix: the community stands in solidarity with Dreamers. Hinojos, a Phoenix-based muralist, is using her art as a political voice to call attention to the uncertainty around the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, otherwise known as DACA, which President Trump ended by executive order last September, with a six-month delay.

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Phoenix police: Arrest made in abduction of 9-year-old girl

PHOENIX - Phoenix police have arrested a man in the kidnapping of a 9-year-old girl who was able to escape after reportedly being abducted from her home. Police say 21-year-old Dakota J. Johnson was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of kidnapping.

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Five Artists Will Compete During ArtPrize Phoenix Pitch Night

The artists are Saskia Jorda , Nathaniel Lewis , Ronna Nemitz, Craig Randich, and Bobby Zokaites. They're all based in metro Phoenix.

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Wrong-way crash in Phoenix leads to lawsuit

The parents of two sisters who were killed in a wrong-way crash in April 2017 on Interstate 17 have filed a lawsuit against the restaurant where the drunk driver got his alcohol. "I'll never be a grandma, I'll never plan a wedding, I'll never pick out a wedding dress, every mother's dream with her daughter," said Cathy Hocking.

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Little Shop of Horrors Opens Tonight at Phoenix Theatre

Seymour, a nerdy floral clerk, discovers a new peculiar plant he names "Audrey II" after his co-worker crush. This foul-mouthed, R+B-singing plant might just be Seymour's ticket to fame, fortune, and the girl of his dreams! However, Seymour discovers Audrey II's intent towards global domination.

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Missing Arizona children: Phoenix teen Alissa Turney vanishes, killer ...

Phoenix teen Alissa Turney disappeared from her Paradise Valley home in 2001. Detectives suspected stepfather Michael Turney, but she's still missing.

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Best things to do with kids this weekend in Phoenix

Two events are happening in Mesa. Get free admission at the i.d.e.a. Museum, or take in Spark! After Dark at Mesa Arts Center.

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Megabus, FlixBus to launch cheap bus service between Phoenix and Las Vegas

Megabus, FlixBus to launch cheap bus service between Phoenix and Las Vegas Megabus and FlixBus are offering bus service from Phoenix to Las Vegas. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IwzHRn The High Roller observation wheel is the centerpiece of The Linq shopping and dining promenade on the Las Vegas Strip.

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St. Vincent de Paul celebrates expansion of Phoenix campus

Bishop Thomas Olmsted blesses St. Vincent de Paul's new building on its main downtown campus in Phoenix on May 18, 2018. The building houses a new family resource center and an expanded shelter for the elderly, disabled, and homeless.

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MCSO deputies search for suspect in fatal Youngtown shooting

Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a suspect who allegedly fatally shot a man in the Phoenix suburb of Youngtown.

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Audio Tape: Phoenix Prosecutors Protected the Rescuer, Not the Victim - " and Now She's Dead

Dwight Miles and Rodney Bowe are both accused of murdering their girlfriends after prosecutors reduced or dropped domestic violence charges. When Chelsee Dennis' boyfriend was arrested after an attack at a Sunnyslope neighborhood school, Phoenix prosecutors ordered the boyfriend to stay away from a teacher who had intervened to help her - but not to stay away from Dennis herself, Phoenix New Times has learned.

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Raw Fish and Good Vibes at Central Phoenix's Favorite Japanese Restaurant

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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AZ trampoline parks still not reporting injuries

Fire Weather Warning issued May 16 at 6:51PM MST expiring May 17 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Four years after a law was passed to make trampoline parks safer, the Valley mother behind the effort is concerned little has changed. Tonight on ABC15 News at 10: See the list of frightening injuries and the parks who still aren't reporting them to the state In 2012, Maureen Kerley's son, Ty Thomasson, was killed after flipping into a foam pit at a Phoenix trampoline park that was only three feet deep.

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Is Donald Trump literally selling off women's human rights for personal profit?

Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The slow drip-drip of revelations about exactly how deep Donald Trump was in with the Russians comes out on top of a veritable sea of corruption stories flooding out of the White House.

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Blimey, Mate! Another Royal Wedding - Let's Have a Pint

As with past regal nuptials, the betrothal of 'Arry and Megs comes with the usual bout of inexplicable giddiness among millions of Anglophiles in a country that spent seven hard and bloody years casting off the shackles of monarchy in the first place. Don't ask me to explain it, even though I've lived half my life in each country.

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Best Phoenix, Scottsdale summer hotel and resort deals for 2018

The Arizona Residents Fee-Free Staycation package starts at $119 a night and the $32 nightly resort fee is waived. Details: 855-485-1417, mountainshadows.com.

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Drunk, high man accused of killing pedestrian

A man who was allegedly drunk and high from smoking Oxycodone caused a deadly car-pedestrian collision in west Phoenix. Phoenix police report that on Tuesday night, 28-year-old Brandon Michael Williams was driving northbound on El Mirage Road near Maryvale Drive.

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The 12 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

No plans this weekend? Consider attending one of the great concerts happening at music venues around the Valley. There will certainly be plenty of 'em happening.

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Meet Samuel Burke, the Phoenix native covering the royal wedding for CNN

Samuel Burke from CNN is a graduate of North High School and ASU, and he'll be covering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in London. Meet Samuel Burke, the Phoenix native covering the royal wedding for CNN Samuel Burke from CNN is a graduate of North High School and ASU, and he'll be covering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in London.

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Meet Samuel Burke, the Phoenix native covering the royal wedding for CNN

Samuel Burke from CNN is a graduate of North High School and ASU, and he'll be covering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in London. Meet Samuel Burke, the Phoenix native covering the royal wedding for CNN Samuel Burke from CNN is a graduate of North High School and ASU, and he'll be covering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in London.

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Searching for a Culture Editor

Can you plan coverage of a Taylor Swift concert that would interest the alternative press crowd? How would you tell our readers all they want to know about the next Comicfest? Can you spot the grammar error in this post? Phoenix New Times is looking for a Culture Editor, responsible for all music, arts, and culture coverage for newtimes.com about a half-dozen stories a day. Duties include assigning and editing stories, promoting those stories on social media, analyzing traffic data to grow readership in our music and arts verticals, and repackaging select material for publication in the print edition.

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Searching for a Culture Editor

Can you plan coverage of a Taylor Swift concert that would interest the alternative press crowd? How would you tell our readers all they want to know about the next Comicfest? Can you spot the grammar error in this post? Phoenix New Times is looking for a Culture Editor, responsible for all music, arts, and culture coverage for newtimes.com about a half-dozen stories a day. Duties include assigning and editing stories, promoting those stories on social media, analyzing traffic data to grow readership in our music and arts verticals, and repackaging select material for publication in the print edition.

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Tolleson man suffers accidental carbon-monoxide poisoning

A car left running in a Tolleson garage that was partially open still led to an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. Tolleson man suffers accidental carbon-monoxide poisoning A car left running in a Tolleson garage that was partially open still led to an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Tolleson man suffers accidental carbon-monoxide poisoning

A car left running in a Tolleson garage that was partially open still led to an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. Tolleson man suffers accidental carbon-monoxide poisoning A car left running in a Tolleson garage that was partially open still led to an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Where to eat for Arizona Restaurant Week? Best places to go in Phoenix May 18-27

Where to eat for Arizona Restaurant Week? These are the most interesting menus around Phoenix for the spring promotion, May 18-27. Where to eat for Arizona Restaurant Week? Best places to go in Phoenix May 18-27 Where to eat for Arizona Restaurant Week? These are the most interesting menus around Phoenix for the spring promotion, May 18-27.

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Phoenix police drop sex-assault case against fired WWE wrestler Enzo Amore

Phoenix police this week closed its investigation into allegations that Eric Arndt, better known as Enzo Amore, sexually assaulted a woman at a hotel. Phoenix police drop sex-assault case against fired WWE wrestler Enzo Amore Phoenix police this week closed its investigation into allegations that Eric Arndt, better known as Enzo Amore, sexually assaulted a woman at a hotel.

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Maximum Effort: The Best Deadpool Cosplay in Phoenix

Going face-to-face with Deadpool can be a little intimidating, as this pint-sized cosplayer learned at Phoenix Fan Fest 2014. Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld with two folks cosplaying his most famous character at Amazing Arizona Comic Con 2015.

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"Movies Are Strange, Man": Joaquin Phoenix Talks About Not Knowing What's Next

I don't know. Those are the three words that Joaquin Phoenix probably says the most during our interview.

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Indian Arrival: National Chain Godavari Is Making a Splash in West Phoenix

For decades, Punjabi-inflected tandoori cooking dominated the menus at most metro Phoenix Indian restaurants. Today, though, Indian cooking in the Valley is more regionally diverse, and more exciting than ever.

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Wiz Khalifa And Rae Sremmurd Co-Headline - Dazed And Blazed Tour'

Dubbed the 'Dazed & Blazed' tour, the 27-date trek will make stops at amphitheaters across North America. Lil Skies and OT Genasis will serve as support on the tour.

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Police investigate double shooting in Phoenix

Police investigate double shooting in Phoenix 2 men found at different locations with gunshot wounds, police say. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IkybBJ Police and paramedics were called to an area near 27th Avenue and Camelback Road about 9:15 p.m. in response to a shooting, said Phoenix police Sgt.

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Your Turn: Tired of poor service and high copays? Ask Phoenix to vote on Medicare for All

It's largely a symbolic vote, but there are real savings behind it if Phoenix chooses to affirm its support for a federal Medicare for All plan. Your Turn: Tired of poor service and high copays? Ask Phoenix to vote on Medicare for All It's largely a symbolic vote, but there are real savings behind it if Phoenix chooses to affirm its support for a federal Medicare for All plan.

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Phoenix school crossing guard accused of molesting minor

Phoenix school crossing guard accused of molesting minor A Phoenix elementary school crossing guard was arrested on suspicion of molesting a minor Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rJHwru Arizona's child-welfare agency says to call the child-abuse hotline if you reasonably believe that a child has been "abused, neglected, exploited or abandoned." A Phoenix elementary school crossing guard was one of two people arrested on suspicion of molesting a young girl for more than a year, Maricopa County court documents revealed.

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Jury Finds Clarkdale Woman Guilty in Baby Porn Case Linked to Colorado Creeps

Sarah Melisa Cox, a 41-year-old Clarkdale woman, claimed in a Phoenix New Times interview that she was an experienced hacker and was trying to hunt perverts online. She also claimed that her teenage daughter had accessed incriminating sexually explicit images involving a 1-year-old girl and had been communicating with a Colorado pedophile.

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12 cheapest Phoenix, Scottsdale hotel deals for summer 2018

Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IifChv The Room with a Brew package starts at $99 a night and includes a bucket of beer each day and no resort fee. Details: 480-284-7700, hoteladeline.com/offers The Rock Your Staycation package starts at $109 and includes two $25 vouchers to be used at the spa and no resort fee, a $29 savings.

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From missing to legally dead: The search for Sheriff's Office posse member Sam Grider

The retired Army veteran and sheriff's posseman disappeared in the desert near Mobile in 2014. The fight to declare him dead is finally wrapping up.

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5 Rules of Bike-Share Etiquette

We've given you a breakdown of the few bike-share programs operating in metro Phoenix. Now you know where these rentable bikes are, how they work, how you pay, and so on.

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Phoenix Settles in Death of Army Vet Marty Atencio, Who Died in Joe Arpaio's Jail

UPDATE: Phoenix has agreed settle a lawsuit over the 2011 death of Army Vet Ernest "Marty" Atencio, who was arrested by Phoenix police and then died in the Maricopa County Jail run by former sheriff Joe Arpaio, the Associated Press reported. Arpaio is currently a candidate for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate.

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Desert Foothills Lutheran Church partners with the Veteran's Outreach Center

Desert Foothills Lutheran Church in Scottsdale partners with the Veteran's Outreach Center in Phoenix to help former servicemen and servicewomen, many of whom are homeless.

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Phoenix man tells police he, wife shot each other on Mother's Day

Man told police he and his wife shot each other shortly before 8 a.m. on Mother's Day, ending in his wife's death. Phoenix man tells police he, wife shot each other on Mother's Day Man told police he and his wife shot each other shortly before 8 a.m. on Mother's Day, ending in his wife's death.

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Bourek From Balkan Bakery Is One of Phoenix's Great Pastries

The range of forms that flour and water can take is astounding. One form is the bourek.

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Body of shooting victim found in Apache Junction

Body of shooting victim found in Apache Junction Sheriff's deputies were still looking for the shooter late Monday morning. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rGdqoT Go inside the Phoenix Fire Department 911 call center to learn about what's going on when you call 911 in the Phoenix metro area.

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11 food tours in Phoenix for best restaurants, breweries, coffee shops

A food tour will introduce you to some of Phoenix's best. These 11 food tours let you explore restaurants, tasting rooms, breweries and coffee shops.

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The Asian-Inspired Dessert Shop That Makes It 'Snoh' in Phoenix

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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Sept 4 trial date for women accused of damaging Tempe mosque

PHOENIX - Unless they accept a plea agreement soon, two women who filmed themselves using hate speech and removing flyers and pamphlets from a Tempe mosque will stand trial in early September. Tahnee Gonzales and Elizabeth Dauenhauer were arrested March 15 and indicted a week later.

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Woman Sends Man 65,000 Text Messages After Going On One Date

So you go on a first date and things go really well, you click with the other person and you can't wait to see them again. You also probably can't wait to talk to them again, but is there such a thing as being too enthusiastic? Unfortunately that was the case for a woman in Phoenix, Arizona who sent her date a whopping 65,000 text messages after going on one date.

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JOBS: 8 places looking for workers in the Valley

Looking for work in the East Valley? More than 1,100 jobs will be up for grabs at the Tempe Career Fair on May 16. The event will take place from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 W Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe, AZ 85281. Featured companies at the event include Chandler Unified School District, Shamrock Foods, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, Allstate and more! Make sure to bring copies of your resume and to dress for an interview, attendance is free for job seekers! Click here for more information.

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Woman dies after double shooting in north Phoenix, police say

Woman dies after double shooting in north Phoenix, police say Phoenix police were investigating the incident. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rFfbTc Melissa Brockie, director of New Day Centers at UMOM in Phoenix, Ariz., details domestic violence or interpersonal violence.

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Inside one of the only American resorts Trump has stayed at as president that he doesn't own

For one night in August 2017, President Donald Trump broke his streak of staying exclusively at hotels he owns, and stayed at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. The AAA Four Diamond Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona was one of only two non-Trump properties he has stayed at in the United States while in office, according to Politico .

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Officials: 2 injured in multi-vehicle Phoenix crash

Officials said two adult men were transported to a local trauma center after a crash near 42nd Avenue and Camelback Road. Officials: 2 injured in multi-vehicle Phoenix crash Officials said two adult men were transported to a local trauma center after a crash near 42nd Avenue and Camelback Road.

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Two hospitalized after head-on collision in Tempe

Two hospitalized after head-on collision in Tempe Tempe police say they don't know the extent of the injuries or whether either driver was impaired. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rEm733 Go inside the Phoenix Fire Department 911 call center to learn about what's going on when you call 911 in the Phoenix metro area.

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Four new AZ laws that could impact you

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5 Worthy Breakfast Spots in Metro Phoenix

Metro Phoenix knows breakfast. We have a deliciously varied range of options for good morning eating.

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10 Favorite Strip Clubs in Metro Phoenix

Bottle service, VIP rooms, body glitter, Thirsty Thursdays the perks of visiting the many strip clubs across the Valley don't seem to dry up. There are dozens of topless and full nude clubs across metro Phoenix ready to receive patrons ranging from a group of rowdy bachelors or bachelorettes to somewhat composed business types to those just looking to unwind with a beer and a chance at the buffet.

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Best things to do with kids this Mother's Day weekend in Phoenix

It's Mother's Day weekend! Grab the kids and head out to OdySea for a new exhibit, get in free at the Phoenix Art Museum or enjoy a peach festival. Best things to do with kids this Mother's Day weekend in Phoenix It's Mother's Day weekend! Grab the kids and head out to OdySea for a new exhibit, get in free at the Phoenix Art Museum or enjoy a peach festival.

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First Look Inside the Chandler Museum Scheduled to Open in December

"The exact date is still pending," says Nate Meyers, the museum's curator of collections. "We're hoping to open between December 7th and 14th."

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Arizona woman accused of stalking man with 65,000 texts

After one date, an Arizona woman reportedly decided her best chance to gain a man's affection was through texts. Lots of texts.

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Bennett says Ducey campaign threatened to sue petition firm

In this May 8, 2018, file photo, Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey speaks during an interview in his office at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix. Former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Friday, May 11 that lawyers representing Ducey's re-election campaign threatened to sue a firm collecting signatures to qualify Bennett for the Republican primary ballot.

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Woman reportedly sent man 65,000 text messages after first date

Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix, Ariz., was arrested Tuesday on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment, according to local news reports. Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix, Ariz., was arrested Tuesday on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment, according to local news reports.

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Woman indicted on sex charges, accused of attempting to lure minor for sex on Xbox Live

Officials say Lisa Corn met a 14-year-old boy on Xbox Live, sent him pornographic pictures of herself and attempted to lure him to meet her for sex. Woman indicted on sex charges, accused of attempting to lure minor for sex on Xbox Live Officials say Lisa Corn met a 14-year-old boy on Xbox Live, sent him pornographic pictures of herself and attempted to lure him to meet her for sex.

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17 Metro Phoenix Restaurants Scored a 'D' in April

Every week, the county's health inspectors within Maricopa County Environmental Services give restaurants grades after completing inspections. Participation in the rating system, however, is voluntary, which means owners or managers do not have to accept a grade after an inspection; instead, the restaurants are listed online as "not participating."

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Rescue animals up for adoption this week in Metro Phoenix

Each week The Republic highlights some of the animals up for adoption in the Valley. This week includes an outgoing pug and a handsome long-hair cat.

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Goldwater loses fight with Peoria over Huntington University subsidies

Goldwater loses fight with Peoria over Huntington University subsidies A judge denied the Goldwater Institute's claims that Peoria gave illegal subsidies in deal with Huntington University. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2I8eSeL Trine University closed its Peoria campus in June after getting $2.4 million in city funds.

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Accusations detailed in Phoenix medical-marijuana dispensary cases

A detailed look at allegations that attorneys have hurled against lobbyists and community activists involved in Phoenix medical-marijuana cases. Accusations detailed in Phoenix medical-marijuana dispensary cases A detailed look at allegations that attorneys have hurled against lobbyists and community activists involved in Phoenix medical-marijuana cases.

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Man beat, sexually assaulted coworker after she turned him down for date, police say

Man beat, sexually assaulted coworker after she turned him down for date, police say Police said Agustin Navarro planned the attack after he asked his coworker on a date and she said no. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2ruOdNY Melissa Brockie, director of New Day Centers at UMOM in Phoenix, Ariz., details domestic violence or interpersonal violence.

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Man beat, sexually assaulted coworker after she turned him down for date, police say

Man beat, sexually assaulted coworker after she turned him down for date, police say Police said Agustin Navarro planned the attack after he asked his coworker on a date and she said no. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2ruOdNY Melissa Brockie, director of New Day Centers at UMOM in Phoenix, Ariz., details domestic violence or interpersonal violence.

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Our 2017 Best Poke Winner Is Expanding to Phoenix This Month

A shrug is how you probably greet news of a new poke restaurant. Bowls of Hawaiian-style raw fish are starting to feel like grains of sand on the beach.

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Woman accused of stalking, threatening Paradise Valley man

Police booked Jacqueline Ades at a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office jail after numerous reports of her stalking a man she met online. Woman accused of stalking, threatening Paradise Valley man Police booked Jacqueline Ades at a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office jail after numerous reports of her stalking a man she met online.

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Stormy Daniels Recruited to Run Against Arizona Governor and Lawmaker

A Phoenix activist is recruiting adult film star and Trump foe Stormy Daniels to run against conservative state legislator Kelly Townsend and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. On Monday, Lennie Clark - a well-known local gadfly - filed paperwork with the Arizona Secretary of State's office to form two political action committees: "Stormy Daniels To Replace Kelly Townsend Committee" and "Stormy Daniels For Az Governor 2020."

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Phoenix-area mail carriers will participate in annual food drive Saturday

Mail carriers will collect canned food along their delivery routes Saturday as part of the the 26th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Phoenix-area mail carriers will participate in annual food drive Saturday Mail carriers will collect canned food along their delivery routes Saturday as part of the the 26th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.

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Man sought in west Phoenix shooting death of 18-year-old

Joe Acosta, 18, died from gunshot wounds suffered in the April 23 shooting near 64th Avenue and Van Buren Street. Man sought in west Phoenix shooting death of 18-year-old Joe Acosta, 18, died from gunshot wounds suffered in the April 23 shooting near 64th Avenue and Van Buren Street.

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Out & About - May 11, 2018

Talmud Torah students take part in Beth El Congregation's CafA© Tel Aviv. Everyone enjoyed Israeli food, drink, dancing, music and more.

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The Family-Owned Farm Where You Can Pick Peaches and Pumpkins

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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Did Taylor Swift and Katy Perry end their long-running feud in Phoenix?

Katy Perry sent Taylor Swift a literal olive branch to her dressing room at University of Phoenix Stadium before her Reputation tour launch. Did Taylor Swift and Katy Perry end their long-running feud in Phoenix? Katy Perry sent Taylor Swift a literal olive branch to her dressing room at University of Phoenix Stadium before her Reputation tour launch.

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Dulce Churro Cafe Serves a World of Classic and Custom-Made Creations

On a Saturday afternoon at Gilbert's new Dulce Churro Cafe, families swarm. A small child high on sugar runs in circles chirping, "Churros! Churros! Churros!" He's just voicing how everyone is feeling, excited as they contemplate menu options or peer into the kitchen window, watching Dulce's staff fry up batch after batch of crispy treats.

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Donate water, get discounts to Wet 'N' Wild Phoenix and Famous Dave's restaurants

Donate a case of water bottles through May 20 to participate in the Ford and Salvation Army Fill an F-150 Bottled Water Drive. Donate water, get discounts to Wet 'N' Wild Phoenix and Famous Dave's restaurants Donate a case of water bottles through May 20 to participate in the Ford and Salvation Army Fill an F-150 Bottled Water Drive.

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Repairs underway after waterline break at Phoenix Sky Harbor's Terminal 2

Repairs underway after waterline break at Phoenix Sky Harbor's Terminal 2 Portable restrooms were available for travelers and airport staff were handing out water and hand sanitizer. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IpatTL Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has grown from an isolated, rural airfield nicknamed "The Farm" to a three-terminal international hub.

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Waymo self-driving car service will launch in Phoenix this year

Alphabet has announced plans to launch a Waymo self-driving car service later this year. The service will be launching first in Phoenix, Arizona, where residents and visitors will be able to order a fully autonomous car using the mobile app.

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Woman breaks into Phoenix home, kills man

Phoenix police said around 6:00 p.m. on Monday, two women broke into a house near 22nd Street and Roeser Road. During the armed robbery, one of the suspects shot 41-year-old George Talton, who was visiting in the home at the time.

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Aldi grocery store to open in north Peoria; second known Phoenix-area store

An Aldi grocery store is planned to open in north Peoria on Lake Pleasant Parkway near Happy Valley Road. Aldi has expansion plans nationwide.

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3 Phoenix-area execs selected to national list of CRE executives

Three Phoenix-area executives have been selected to a national list of notable commercial real estate executives.

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MCSO: Woman sent sex pics to minor online gamer

A Phoenix woman who met a Fountain Hills boy through internet gaming is accused of sending and receiving sexually explicit pictures of her and the boy. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office reports that on May 2 they arrested 33-year-old Lisa Corn at her home near 83rd Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road.

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University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix graduates more than 80 new doctors

University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix graduates more than 80 new doctors The school has given out more than 430 degrees since the downtown Phoenix branch opened in 2007. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HWxtKB Dean Guy Reed leads soon-to-be graduates as they march toward University of Arizona College of Medicine's Phoenix Graduation Ceremony at Phoenix, Ariz.

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Ken Jeong stops show to rescue fan

According to TMZ, Jeong was performing Saturday at Stand Up Live in Phoenix, Arizona when a woman in the audience appeared to suffer a seizure. The "Dr. Ken" star, who gave up his medical practice to become an actor in hits like "The Hangover," sprang into action.

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Wren House Just Dropped Phoenix's Beer of the Summer

Wren House Brewing has emerged as one of the best breweries in metro Phoenix, young or old. The 24th Street taproom seems to wipe the stresses from life, leaving you in a space that has a residential vibe, like a cool friend's lake house where people bullshit and share pictures and drink good beer.

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10 Best Karaoke Bars in Phoenix

Karaoke nights are like eating pizza: inconsistent, pretty cheesy, but when all the components meet in harmony, you've struck gold. These nights are somewhat of an enigma in the nightlife biz.

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Top 10 musicals, plays to see in Phoenix in May

May is for season finales in Phoenix. 'Les Miserables' returns with Arizona-grown star Nick Cartell; Stray Cat Theatre spoofs 'Silence of the Lambs.'

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Phoenix Arizona Rap Artist Jordan G Releases Major Digital Debut Single

Hailing from the streets of Phoenix, Arizona at a mere age of 25, Jordan G is currently heating up the internet with his new major digital single release BANDZ WIT ME. He was featured this month in HYPE MAGAZINE NEW MUSIC LOUNGE and has been making great strides pushing the single everywhere.

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In aftermath of #RedForEd walkout, Arizona teachers vow to continue political activism

In aftermath of #RedForEd walkout, Arizona teachers vow to continue political activism Arizona's historic teacher walkout was a political awakening for the #RedForEd movement's rank-and-file educators. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HT0xmb Members of the #RedForEd movement gather at the state Capitol as lawmakers push through a budget that includes teacher pay raises.

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Tempe police: Officer injured in crash involving city bus

Tempe police: Officer injured in crash involving city bus A three-car crash in Tempe injured a police officer Saturday night. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2IkVHNZ Go inside the Phoenix Fire Department 911 call center to learn about what's going on when you call 911 in the Phoenix metro area.

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Phoenix police searching for man, 2 kids missing since Friday

David Engle, 1-year-old Isabella Duvall and 4-month-old Abbey Engle were last seen in Phoenix about 3:30 a.m. Friday, police said. Phoenix police searching for man, 2 kids missing since Friday David Engle, 1-year-old Isabella Duvall and 4-month-old Abbey Engle were last seen in Phoenix about 3:30 a.m. Friday, police said.

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E-Log 020 = Ride Headlights - " Phoenix, Arizona

We've been kinda low-key working on new full-length Ride video called Headlights for last few months. Mike Mastroni is behind the lens and he's been sprinting around the country filming.

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Remembering Clay Thompson: Don't be a Goober. Take up the fight to help those in need

Remembering Clay Thompson: Don't be a Goober. Take up the fight to help those in need Clay Thompson's family suggests memorial donations go to Season for Sharing.

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Best restaurants for Mother's Day brunch or dinner in Phoenix

From 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., brunch will feature a spread of breakfast favorites, marketplace meats, a raw seafood bar, seasonal salads and savory entrees like pan-seared salmon, citrus-grilled Cornish hen and roasted seasonal vegetables. There will be desserts, pastries and more.

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Man shot in arm at Phoenix's Ben Avery Shooting Range

A man was shot in the arm at Ben Avery Shooting Range Saturday, officials said. The shooting is under investigation.

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Taylor Swift visits badly burned Phoenix girl in hospital, fulfilling a poignant wish

A few days after Isabella McCune recorded a video message to Taylor Swift, the singer surprised her with a visit to her Phoenix hospital room. Taylor Swift visits badly burned Phoenix girl in hospital, fulfilling a poignant wish A few days after Isabella McCune recorded a video message to Taylor Swift, the singer surprised her with a visit to her Phoenix hospital room.

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Police identify woman found dead in Phoenix neighborhood

Police identify woman found dead in Phoenix neighborhood Police are investigating the death as a possible homicide. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HPEE79 Police have identified a body found in a South Phoenix neighborhood Wednesday as a 22-year-old woman, officials said.

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Police identify woman found dead in Phoenix neighborhood

Police identify woman found dead in Phoenix neighborhood Police are investigating the death as a possible homicide. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HPEE79 Police have identified a body found in a South Phoenix neighborhood Wednesday as a 22-year-old woman, officials said.

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4 Great Spots for Italian Food in Metro Phoenix

The Salt River Valley is a country, an ocean, and a sea away from Italy. The arid climate feels so different from mountains and coasts, which run down the length of the Mediterranean's boot-shaped country.

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Pete Deise Just Created Phoenix's First Shipping Container Sculpture

Maybe you've seen Phoenix artist Pete Deise sporting a pink hardhat lately. He's been spending a lot of time at the corner of First and Garfield streets, decked out in safety gear while transforming a shipping container into a giant work of art.

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Pete Deise Just Created Phoenix's First Shipping Container Sculpture

Maybe you've seen Phoenix artist Pete Deise sporting a pink hardhat lately. He's been spending a lot of time at the corner of First and Garfield streets, decked out in safety gear while transforming a shipping container into a giant work of art.

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The Colorful Metro Phoenix Food Truck With Killer Fry Bread Tacos

Welcome to the 2018 edition of The Essentials , our catalog of indispensable and quintessential Phoenix food and drink. From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix.

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#RedForEd brought business to downtown Phoenix

Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rlrcwY Sen. Sine Kerr, R-Yuma, and Senate President Steve Yarbrough embrace after adjourning for the final time of the legislative session early Thursday May 4, 2018. Teachers and other supporters applaud from the gallery while the Senate takes the floor during the sixth day of the Arizona teacher walkout at the Arizona state capitol in Phoenix on Thursday, May 3, 2018.

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Roman Pizza in Phoenix? Piazza Romana, a new kind of pizzeria, opening in Avondale

Justin Piazza made his name with Neapolitan pies at La Piazza al Forno and La Piazza PHX. Now, he's bringing Roman pizza al taglio to Phoenix.

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Shooting at Phoenix convenience store near Baseline Road, 51st Ave. leaves man dead

Witnesses reported that a silver vehicle parked outside a gas station had been followed by a white vehicle, police said. Shooting at Phoenix convenience store near Baseline Road, 51st Ave. leaves man dead Witnesses reported that a silver vehicle parked outside a gas station had been followed by a white vehicle, police said.

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Phoenix local music picks for May: Hogjaw, Technicolors, the Woodworks, Intent, Sunday at Noon

Hogjaw, Technicolors, Woodworks, Intent, Sunday at Noon and a tribute to Zia Records founder Brad Singer are among our Phoenix local music picks. Phoenix local music picks for May: Hogjaw, Technicolors, the Woodworks, Intent, Sunday at Noon Hogjaw, Technicolors, Woodworks, Intent, Sunday at Noon and a tribute to Zia Records founder Brad Singer are among our Phoenix local music picks.

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Arizona schools reopen after education funding deal reached

After an all night legislative budget session the legislature passed the new education spending portion of ... . Teachers embrace in the Arizona House of Representatives gallery during continued protests as budget legislation nears the end of session at the Arizona Capitol Thursday, May 3, 2018, in Phoenix.

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Excessive-heat watch: Phoenix area could see high temp of 107 degrees Sunday

Phoenix high temperatures could reach 107 degrees Sunday. That would be 15 degrees above normal and a record for May 6. Excessive-heat watch: Phoenix area could see high temp of 107 degrees Sunday Phoenix high temperatures could reach 107 degrees Sunday.

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Justin Timberlake's 'Man of the Woods' tour in Phoenix

A band member walks out before Justin Timberlake performs at Talking Stick Resort Arena during the Man of the Woods Tour in Phoenix, Ariz. May 2, 2018.

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Arizona teacher raises passed after strike shuts schools

Some teachers sleep while waiting in the senate lobby during early morning hours as Arizona state legislatures continue to debate the State's budget Thursday at the Capitol in Phoenix. The budget gives teachers big raises but falls short of their demands for better school funding.

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Here's Your Guide to First Friday in Phoenix

You might have to make some tough choices for First Friday this month. More than a dozen new art shows are opening, but the lineup also includes several unique events happening around town.

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The 30 Best Cinco de Mayo Parties in Phoenix in 2018

Whatchu know about Cinco de Mayo? Probably not as much as you think, cabrn , given all the misconceptions out there about the holiday. First, it isn't Mexico's Independence Day.

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Best food festivals in May around Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix Inc. hosts this annual event, allowing visitors to roam bars and restaurants in downtown Phoenix and along the light rail to sample wines. Each venue will feature select wine samples for $2 to $3 and a free snack.

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Best food festivals in May around Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix Inc. hosts this annual event, allowing visitors to roam bars and restaurants in downtown Phoenix and along the light rail to sample wines. Each venue will feature select wine samples for $2 to $3 and a free snack.

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Fox closing Little Cleo's restaurant to expand Culinary Dropout in Phoenix

Fox Restaurant Concepts will close Little Cleo's Seafood Legend at The Yard on Seventh Street in central Phoenix to expand popular Culinary Dropout. Fox closing Little Cleo's restaurant to expand Culinary Dropout in Phoenix Fox Restaurant Concepts will close Little Cleo's Seafood Legend at The Yard on Seventh Street in central Phoenix to expand popular Culinary Dropout.

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The 30 Best Concerts in Phoenix This May

When all is said and done, May 2018 probably won't be the biggest month ever for the Phoenix concert scene. It's definitely going to be a contender, though, considering the sheer number of big concerts happening from now until May 31. A huge crop of legendary artists and bands have shows scheduled in the Valley over the next four weeks, including Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, "Weird Al" Yankovich, MGMT, Khalid, Justin Timberlake,Franz Ferdinand, James Taylor, Phantogram, Of Montreal, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Melvins.

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The Latest: Arizona teachers at Capitol ahead of budget vote

Teacher Noah Karvelis, right, speaks during a news conference prior to protest organizers announcing their intention to go back to work as the statewide teachers strike enters a fourth day at the Arizona Capitol, Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Phoenix. less Teacher Noah Karvelis, right, speaks during a news conference prior to protest organizers announcing their intention to go back to work as the statewide teachers strike enters a fourth day at the Arizona ... more Teacher Taylor Dutro listens as protest organizers announce Arizona teachers intentions to go back to work if lawmakers pass a school funding plan, during the fourth day of the statewide teachers' strike at the Arizona Capitol Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Phoenix.

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Arizona teachers rally again ahead of salary increase vote

Teacher Taylor Dutro listens as protest organizers announce Arizona teachers intentions to go back to work if lawmakers pass a school funding plan, during the fourth day of the statewide teachers' strike at the Arizona Capitol Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Phoenix. less Teacher Taylor Dutro listens as protest organizers announce Arizona teachers intentions to go back to work if lawmakers pass a school funding plan, during the fourth day of the statewide teachers' strike at the ... more Teacher Noah Karvelis, right, speaks during a news conference prior to protest organizers announcing their intention to go back to work as the statewide teachers strike enters a fourth day at the Arizona Capitol, Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Phoenix.

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Utility's tree-planting program in Phoenix brings shade to a city in need of it

A pilot program between Salt River Project and the city of Phoenix brought in 1,200 new trees for the city's shade canopy. Utility's tree-planting program in Phoenix brings shade to a city in need of it A pilot program between Salt River Project and the city of Phoenix brought in 1,200 new trees for the city's shade canopy.

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Man turns himself in to Phoenix police in fatal hit-and-run

Authorities say a man has been arrested in connection with the death of a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle in Phoenix last weekend. Phoenix police say 22-year-old Ronald Hayes turned himself in Tuesday and was booked into jail on one count of leaving the scene of a fatal collision.

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Metro Phoenix not on front line of losses in potential trade war, study says

Some 69,200 jobs in metro Phoenix are directly supported by exports, and another 57,100 or so jobs are indirectly supported Metro Phoenix not on front line of losses in potential trade war, study says Some 69,200 jobs in metro Phoenix are directly supported by exports, and another 57,100 or so jobs are indirectly supported Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rghoUG Japan and China agree that a trade war will have serious consequences for the world economy, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said after a high-level economic dialogue between the world's third and second-largest economies.

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The Latest: Arizona teachers to end strike if plan passes

Arizona teacher Aurelia Ionescu, front right, chants with other teachers as protest organizers announce their intention to go back to work as the state-wide teachers strike enters a fourth day at the Arizona Capitol, Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Phoenix. Organizers vowed to continue the fight for more school funding but stated that they would go back to work once the new state budget is passed.

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Tony Bennett coming to Phoenix

Tony Bennett will be performing August 7th, at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix.

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Best things to do with kids in Phoenix this May: Phoenix Comic Fest, OdySea, Disney Junior

The best things to do for kids around Phoenix in May include Phoenix Comic Fest , the, Schnepf Farm Peach Festival and more. Best things to do with kids in Phoenix this May: Phoenix Comic Fest, OdySea, Disney Junior The best things to do for kids around Phoenix in May include Phoenix Comic Fest , the, Schnepf Farm Peach Festival and more.

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31 new restaurants opened in Phoenix in April, chains and independents

With 31 openings and just two closings, April was a spectacular month for Phoenix restaurants. Expansions include Babbo Italian Eatery, OHSO Brewery.

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Free and fun things to do for kids and families around Phoenix in May

Find free things to do for kids in Phoenix during May, including Bubble Bash at Westgate, free museum days, outdoor movies and concerts and festivals. Free and fun things to do for kids and families around Phoenix in May Find free things to do for kids in Phoenix during May, including Bubble Bash at Westgate, free museum days, outdoor movies and concerts and festivals.

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12 Places for Cinco Day Mayo 2018 Dining in Metro Phoenix

Though Cinco de Mayo's origins date to 1862 and the Battle of Puebla, it has become quite clear that food and drink specials have become an add-on the holiday traditions. And the Phoenix area's many Mexican and some non-Mexican eateries have some impressive menu items geared to Saturday's holiday.

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Phoenix call center workers may have been underpaid millions of dollars, union contends

The low pay and stressful conditions at GDIT in Phoenix made it hard to care for her family, one former worker said. Phoenix call center workers may have been underpaid millions of dollars, union contends The low pay and stressful conditions at GDIT in Phoenix made it hard to care for her family, one former worker said.

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Vice President Mike Pence visits Phoenix on tax policy tour

Vice President Mike Pence is expected in the Phoenix area for a gathering to discuss the current administration's tax policies. The vice president will attend an afternoon event looking at how new tax cuts signed into law by President Donald Trump will affect Phoenix and Arizona residents in general.

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Phoenix-area farm with 'inhumane' migrant worker conditions settles

G Farms near El Mirage settled with the U.S. Department of Labor after an investigator found workers housed in school buses and other violations. Phoenix-area farm with 'inhumane' migrant worker conditions settles G Farms near El Mirage settled with the U.S. Department of Labor after an investigator found workers housed in school buses and other violations.

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The Latest: Arizona teachers to strike through Wednesday

Teachers rally outside of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's Executive Tower Monday, April 30, 2018, in Phoenix on their third day of walk outs. Teachers in Arizona and Colorado walked out of their classes over low salaries keeping hundreds of thousands of students out of school.

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Pair accused of assault, kidnapping involving two others in Phoenix

Pair accused of assault, kidnapping involving two others in Phoenix Two men were accused of assaulting and kidnapping two people on Friday, according to police. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2ra173K Two men have been arrested on suspicion of assault and kidnapping in connection with an attack on two other people, according to court records.

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Cooler weather on tap for Phoenix before return to near 100 degrees by weekend

Cooler weather on tap for Phoenix before return to near 100 degrees by weekend 70s by Wednesday on tap, but look for area to flirt with 100 by Saturday Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rcSB3Q Sept. 8, 2014: According to Maricopa County's Flood District Storm Report, 3.3 inches of rain fell at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

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Woman killed in Phoenix hit-and-run is 3rd pedestrian fatality in 3 days

Woman killed in Phoenix hit-and-run is 3rd pedestrian fatality in 3 days Police are searching for the suspect involved in a fatal hit-and-run Sunday night. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2rbCuUr Walking is great for your health, but there's one important risk to watch out for when you're walking.

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Best new meat shops, seafood markets in Phoenix bring fresh take on tradition

Nelson's Meat + Fish, Arcadia Meat Market, The Proper Beast and Chula Seafood serve specialty meat and seafood products in metro Phoenix. Best new meat shops, seafood markets in Phoenix bring fresh take on tradition Nelson's Meat + Fish, Arcadia Meat Market, The Proper Beast and Chula Seafood serve specialty meat and seafood products in metro Phoenix.

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Arizona teacher strike, student loans scandal: 5 things you need to know Monday

Arizona teacher strike, student loans scandal: 5 things you need to know Monday Arizona teacher strike, Corinthian Colleges court hearing and more: The biggest news to start your day. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2vXHamr Teachers and other supporters at a RedForEd rally at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix on the second day of the Arizona teacher walkout on Friday, April 27, 2018.

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Ducey faces backlash for photo with Patriot Movement AZ group

The Governor's Office says Ducey does not know the group. The members of Patriot Movement AZ claim otherwise.

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Ex-Arizona legislator ends storied career in public service

Before he joined the Arizona Legislature in 1972, there weren't any major freeway systems, professional sports stadiums or health care for the poor in Phoenix. But after 14 years in the state Senate, Alfredo Gutierrez helped change Arizona entirely.

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American Federation of Teachers president coming to Arizona

The president of the American Federation of Teachers is coming to Phoenix to support Arizona teachers' call for additional school funding. Randi Weingarten will be holding a news conference late Monday morning next to the state Capitol and also will speak at a rally.

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34-year-old man arrested for rape of a minor under the age of 14

A 34-year-old man was arrested on a Riley County District Court warrant for rape and aggravated indecent liberties with a minor under the age of 14. Vincent Lee Ulibarri, of Phoenix, Arizona, was arrested in Manhattan while at the Riley County Police Department on Saturday, April 28 at approximately 9:40 a.m.

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3 Mexican Restaurants You Need to Try Right Now

Phoenix contains hundreds of Mexican restaurants, and some are better than others. We're lucky to be a city with so many places to chow down on tacos, enchiladas, and all the great staples of our southern neighbor.

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Sold-Out Selena Night Phoenix: Club '90s Packs Out the...

It's official: The Selena Night Phoenix: Club 90's is one of the most popular dance nights in Phoenix. The sold-out event took place on April 27 at The Van Buren.

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PD: Rider killed in crash in north Phoenix

Wind Advisory issued April 28 at 1:49PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 28 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Gila Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:31PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Gila, Maricopa, Pinal Fire Weather Watch issued April 27 at 2:19PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Yavapai Fire Weather Watch issued April 27 at 2:19PM MST expiring April 29 at ... (more)

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Phoenix community on edge over random shootings

Wind Advisory issued April 28 at 1:49PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 28 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Gila Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:48PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo, Yavapai Fire Weather Warning issued April 28 at 1:31PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Gila, Maricopa, Pinal Fire Weather Watch issued April 27 at 2:19PM MST expiring April 29 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Coconino, Yavapai Fire Weather Watch issued April 27 at 2:19PM MST expiring April 29 at ... (more)

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Teacher: Downtown Phoenix #RedForEd mural 'sends powerful message'

A first-year teacher, an artist and a group of strangers supporting #RedForEd teamed up to create bold artwork just steps from the state Capitol. Teacher: Downtown Phoenix #RedForEd mural 'sends powerful message' A first-year teacher, an artist and a group of strangers supporting #RedForEd teamed up to create bold artwork just steps from the state Capitol.

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Teacher: Downtown Phoenix #RedForEd mural 'sends powerful message'

A first-year teacher, an artist and a group of strangers supporting #RedForEd teamed up to create bold artwork just steps from the state Capitol. Teacher: Downtown Phoenix #RedForEd mural 'sends powerful message' A first-year teacher, an artist and a group of strangers supporting #RedForEd teamed up to create bold artwork just steps from the state Capitol.

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Thunderbird school move to downtown Phoenix leaves questions for Glendale space

With Arizona State University's Thunderbird campus moving from Glendale to downtown Phoenix, what what will the historical campus become? Thunderbird school move to downtown Phoenix leaves questions for Glendale space With Arizona State University's Thunderbird campus moving from Glendale to downtown Phoenix, what what will the historical campus become? Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HyMJNH A statue on the campus of the Thunderbird School of Global Management, which will shutter in Glendale and move to downtown Phoenix. Arizona State University's Thunderbird School of Global Management will soon move to downtown Phoenix after operating in Glendale for 72 years.

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Thunderbird school move to downtown Phoenix leaves questions for Glendale space

With Arizona State University's Thunderbird campus moving from Glendale to downtown Phoenix, what what will the historical campus become? Thunderbird school move to downtown Phoenix leaves questions for Glendale space With Arizona State University's Thunderbird campus moving from Glendale to downtown Phoenix, what what will the historical campus become? Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HyMJNH A statue on the campus of the Thunderbird School of Global Management, which will shutter in Glendale and move to downtown Phoenix. Arizona State University's Thunderbird School of Global Management will soon move to downtown Phoenix after operating in Glendale for 72 years.

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Birthday blessings to Bertha

The Diocese of Phoenix continues to grow and evolve. Perhaps no one knows that better than Bertha Bower, nA©e Lemon.

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Birthday blessings to Bertha

The Diocese of Phoenix continues to grow and evolve. Perhaps no one knows that better than Bertha Bower, nA©e Lemon.

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Bill Montgomery Wants Death Penalty for Accused Arizona Serial Killer Cleophus Cooksey Jr.

Arizona prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Cleophus Cooksey Jr., the man police say shot to death nine people between Thanksgiving and Christmas, culminating with his mother and her boyfriend. If the motion is granted, it means that office will be engaged in prosecuting two death penalty cases of serial killers simultaneously.

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Bill Montgomery Wants Death Penalty for Accused Arizona Serial Killer Cleophus Cooksey Jr.

Arizona prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Cleophus Cooksey Jr., the man police say shot to death nine people between Thanksgiving and Christmas, culminating with his mother and her boyfriend. If the motion is granted, it means that office will be engaged in prosecuting two death penalty cases of serial killers simultaneously.

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