News archive from 20 July 2017

Payson flash flood survivor connects with man who saved his life

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInDeadly flash flood in Tonto National Forest near Payson FullscreenPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Search operations director Billy Morris gives an update on areas the search for Hector Miguel Garnica...

 

AG: Maintenance man stole, pawned seniors' items for opioid money

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE What is the difference between misdemeanors and felonies in Arizona? A man accused of stealing jewelry from seven elderly residents in a Mesa assisted-living facility has been indicted by a Maricopa County grand jury,...

 

Three burning questions for Arizona Cardinals offense

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEWATCH THE LATEST CARDINALS AND NFL VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTSShot Clock: Is Bruce Arians leaving the Cardinals? | 1:54Greg Moore and Jay Dieffenbach, discuss Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians possible departure next...

AZCentral, 19:03 in Sport
 
Patrick shifting special legislative session into high gear

Patrick shifting special legislative session into high gear

AUSTIN -- Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick kicked the special session of the Texas Legislature into overdrive Wednesday, rolling out a breakneck schedule that could have the bathroom bill, new abortion restrictions, and restraints on city and county governments...

Chron, 19:19 in Politics
 

Wells Fargo closes 7 Arizona branches, but no jobs cut

Wells Fargo & Co. has closed seven Arizona branches so far this year as it reacts to shifting customer preferences that include more electronic banking. Four more Arizona branches will be shuttered later in the year, said Michael English, a...

 

AP FACT CHECK: On a doubt voiced about 2016 election results

WASHINGTON (AP) — A top official on the advisory committee that President Donald Trump created to examine the integrity of U.S. voting systems says the nation "may never know" whether Hillary Clinton won the 2016 popular vote through voter...

Chron, 19:24 in Politics
 

It happened 48 years ago: A look back at the Apollo 11 moon landing

Michael Jackson's moonwalk glide across the stage on May 16, 1983, motivated one generation to dance — or at least try to. But another generation credits the first moon walk on July 20, 1969, for inspiring them to become interested in science. Mark...

 
Trump rages at Sessions in New York Times interview

Trump rages at Sessions in New York Times interview

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says he never would have appointed Jeff Sessions as attorney general had he known Sessions would recuse himself from overseeing the Russia investigation. Trump makes the extraordinary statement about Sessions...

Chron, 20:06 in Politics
 

Police: Peeping Tom looked into women's restroom stall

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE What is a Silent Witness and how do you become one? Phoenix police were seeking a man they said went into a women's restroom and used a pair of reflective sunglasses to look into an occupied, adjacent stall. The...

 

Phoenix Suns' Robert Sarver: 'I'm a better owner today'

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEWATCH THE LATEST SUNS AND NBA VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTSRobert Sarver discusses Suns' arena situation | 1:40Suns' Robert Sarver discusses his team's arena situation during a press conference on Wednesday at Talking...

AZCentral, 20:16 in Sport
 

Report: Trump ends covert plan to arm Syrian rebels

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump had decided to halt the CIA's years-long covert program to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels battling the regime of the nation's president Bashar al-Assad. Russia had long pushed the United States to end the...

Chron, 20:32 in Politics
 

Whirlwind month lands Arizona golfer Chan Kim in first British Open

SOUTHPORT, England - Last May, Chan Kim had one of the all-time six-day stretches in golf. He shot 69-68 at Ono Golf Club in Japan to qualify for the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. About five days later, Kim earned another major berth, this time for the...

AZCentral, 20:44 in Sport
 
Sen. John McCain of Arizona diagnosed with brain tumor

Sen. John McCain of Arizona diagnosed with brain tumor

WASHINGTON (AP) — Doctors say Arizona Sen. John McCain has a brain tumor associated with a blood clot that was removed last week. In a statement late Wednesday, doctors reveal that McCain has been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive cancer. The...

Chron, 20:54 in Health
 

Outpouring of support on social media for Sen. John McCain

Members of Sen. John McCain's family, members of Congress and others are reacting to the news of his brain-cancer diagnosis.  

 

Former Suns star Steve Nash announces birth of baby boy

Former Phoenix Suns star Steve Nash announced the birth of a baby boy on social media on Wednesday morning. It is the first child for Nash and his wife, Lilla Frederick, a former Pepperdine volleyball player. They named the child Luca. Luca came this...

AZCentral, 20:58 in Sport
 
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