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ASU police employees may have to pay school's legal fees after losing federal lawsuit

Three current and former Arizona State University police employees who sued the school in federal court could be on the hook for some of the university's legal fees after a judge dismissed their case this week.  Senior U.S. District Judge Roslyn O. Silve

AZCentral, today, 17:18

Former Tempe police chief files suit against city

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE Former Tempe Police Chief Tom Ryff filed a civil suit against the city of Tempe claiming the city breached a non-disparagement clause in his retirement agreement. Former Tempe Police Chief Tom Ryff filed a civil suit again

AZCentral, today, 17:04

Phoenix man gets 68 years in Bundy Ranch standoff

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEBUNDY RANCH STANDOFF TRIALSBundy Ranch trial: Carol Bundy speaks | 2:29Carol Bundy, in an interview with The Republic, said her husband, sons and others are really being tried for making federal authorities look bad and for

AZCentral, today, 15:27

Bicyclist hit by Valley Metro bus in Mesa dies

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE Readers can send news tips to via the newspaper's social media channels, email or by calling the office. A bicyclist died after an accident involving a Valley Metro bus on Wednesday morning, according to Mesa

AZCentral, today, 15:27

Police fatally shoot man during suicide call in Avondale

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE 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. Hannah Gaber/ Police officers fatally shot a man who was threatening suicide Tu

AZCentral, today, 13:32

Coyote approaches golfers in Scottsdale, Internet-worthy moment happens

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE An injured coyote showed up at the golf course at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale. The golfers were nice enough to give it some water on a hot day. Video Credit: A coyote interrupted a golf game last we

AZCentral, today, 12:50

Phoenix police shoot, kill man on bike who fired at them, officials say

Phoenix police shot and killed a man riding a bicycle who refused to stop for officers and fired a gun at them as he tried to flee, according to a police spokesman. Sgt. Alan Pfohl said the man was seen near 35th Avenue and Deer Valley Road about 1 a.m.

AZCentral, today, 12:01

Have you seen the massive rattlesnake near downtown Tucson?

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE From Phoenix to Tucson to Sedona, there are many strange destinations across the state. Don't be alarmed the first time you encounter Tucson's expansive “Rattlesnake Bridge.” It won't bite. But it may startle you and conju

AZCentral, today, 11:09

Former Phoenix Councilman Tom Simplot takes job with Trump arts appointee

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSETHE GAGGLE: TALKING POLITICS EVERY WEEK WITH THE AZCENTRAL.COM TEAMThe Gaggle: School voucher petition, health care and McSally | 4:23In the July 19 episode, the Republic's politics team talks about Sen. McCain's health sca

AZCentral, today, 11:05

Mesa Councilman Ryan Winkle: Tent City much nicer for second DUI stint

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEMESA COUNCILMAN RYAN WINKLE ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF DUIMesa Councilman Ryan Winkle talks about DUI plea | 1:55Councilman Ryan Winkle talks about pleading guilty on July 20, 2017, in his DUI case in Tempe city court and wha

AZCentral, today, 11:05

Restaurant inspections: 4 in Phoenix area on the list this week

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE Maricopa County inspectors perform restaurant inspections on food establishments and log violations. Video is courtesy of Maricopa County. Get details on restaurants cited by Maricopa County inspectors for four or more pri

AZCentral, today, 11:05

AMBER Alert issued for 1-month-old Yuma boy

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE Find out what criteria must be met before law enforcement can issue an Amber Alert. An AMBER Alert has been issued out of Yuma for a 1-month-old boy. Officials say Israel Lopez was abducted by his father, Alfredo Lopez, wh

AZCentral, today, 10:25

50 students start down grueling path in Mayo Med School's inaugural Scottsdale class

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE The first class of students at Mayo Clinic's Arizona med school began coursework in July 2017. A group of 50 Mayo Med School students recently began the first steps of a rigorous four-year journey to become medical doctors

AZCentral, today, 10:04

Arizona Supreme Court lets ruling stand that protects Republic journalist's notes

The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a case against an Arizona Republic editor after a 19-month legal battle in which the newspaper argued that he did not have to turn over his unpublished notes from an interview with a crime victim. John D'Ann

AZCentral, today, 09:45

Flooding causes road damage, closures at Lake Mead

Heavy rains led to flooding within Lake Mead National Recreation Area in northwest Arizona on Tuesday, causing multiple road closures, according to the National Parks Service. No injuries were reported, park officials said. According to the National Weat

AZCentral, today, 03:15

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