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  • Arizona Daily Star
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City hits 115 to set record for the date.

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Desert cities are used to triple-digit temperatures, but the 118 degree high in Phoenix on Sunday broke a record of 115 that stood for 50 years and sent most people in search of coolness.

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ELWELL, Russell Merritt, 82, of Tucson, Arizona, died peacefully on Tuesday, June 14, 2016. Born September 1, 1933 in Strawberry Point Iowa, s…

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Two hikers, a man and a woman, traveling with different hiking groups on separate trails north of Tucson died Sunday, as temperatures soared t…

  • By Joe Ferguson and Christianna Silva Arizona Daily Star and by The Associated Press

Says he'll "knock hell" out of ISIS.

A crowd of a couple hundred protestors lined up in Phoenix to hear Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speak at the coliseum at 4 p.m.

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Human-caused fire has burned nearly 6.4 square miles since it started Wednesday.

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WELLS, Harry H., Jr.

  • David Wichner Arizona Daily Star

Salutaris is developing a minimally invasive instrument for radiation treatment of wet age-related macular degeneration.

  • The Associated Press

Police say officers found the bodies of her sons, ages 2 months and 5 and 8 years, in a closet Thursday

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Cuts would reduce the unused water cities can store for a drier future. Farms would be hit, too.

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Media reports say the boom and flash were noticed shortly before 4 a.m. today.

Hockey? Tucson? Why? In the past 20 years, we have had four hockey teams fail. Past performance predicts future performance. Spending $3.7 mil…

Sure, you could vacation in the lap of luxury. But wouldn't a Navajo Hogan or an underground home be a better adventure?

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  • By Ryan Randazzo The Arizona Republic

Change to all-digital signal affects subscribers.

Readers oppose Prop. 123, road blockers' punishment, a plea to dog owners.

  • Nigel Kinrade / NKP

Catalina Foothills graduate John Gianninoto, center, was hired by Hendrick Motorsports after being cut by the NFL’s Panthers and Chargers.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The state's top election official insists she could not have done anything different ahead of the March 22 vote.