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Phoenix police have pattern of violating civil rights and using excessive force, Justice Dept. says

The report does not mention whether the federal government is pursuing a court-enforced reform plan known as a consent decree.

Dozens of hikers became ill during trips to waterfalls near the Grand Canyon

The waterfalls are on the Havasupai Tribe's reservation, which is accessible only by foot, helicopter or by riding a horse or mule.

UA Professor Emeritus Noam Chomsky hospitalized in his wife's native country of Brazil after stroke

Chomsky transformed the study of linguistics and has also been an influential critic of U.S. foreign policy and the media.

Picacho Peak State Park closed after small plane crash

A hiker called 911 after seeing the plane go down.

Judge dismisses Native American challenge to $10B SunZia energy transmission project in Arizona

Judge Jennifer Zipps said in her ruling issued Thursday that the plaintiffs were years too late in bringing their challenge.

Trump returns to campaign trail with Phoenix rally

It was his first event post-conviction.

U.S. Supreme Court sides with Native American tribes in health care funding dispute with government

Facilities are often inadequate and understaffed, the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Arizona said in court documents.

Phoenix using ice immersion to treat heatstroke victims as Southwest bakes in triple digits

The medical technique, known as cold-water immersion, is familiar to marathon runners and military service members and has also recently been adopted by Phoenix hospitals as a go-to protocol.

Biden says he's restricting asylum to help 'gain control' of the border

The President signed the proclamation Tuesday as the White House tries to neutralize immigration as a political liability before November's elections.

Arizona tribe temporarily bans dances after police officer is fatally shot responding to disturbance

The Phoenix FBI is investigating the fatal shooting, but it has not released many details.

Guilty: Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

Jurors convicted Trump on all 34 counts after deliberating for 9.5 hours.

Biden is said to be finalizing plans for migrant limits as part of a US-Mexico border clampdown

It would shut off asylum requests and automatically deny entrance to migrants once the number of people encountered by American border officials exceeded a new daily threshold.

Man accused of starting wildfire in national wildlife preserve near Arizona-California border

Multiple agencies, including the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and federal Bureau of Land Management, responded to the scene to assist firefighting crews.

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