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State capital city in Arizona, United States

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Phoenix, Arizona: State capital city in Arizona, United States
Phoenix is the capital and most populous city in Arizona, with 1,660,272 people. It is also the fifth most populous city in the United States, and the only state capital with a population of more than one million residents.


Arizona Supreme Court rules artists don't have to make LGBTQ wedding invitations

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled on a case challenging Phoenix's nondiscrimination ordinance and how it applies to LGBTQ couples.  
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Arizona trooper arrested on charges he tried to extort sexual favors

Tremaine Jackson, 43, has been relieved of duty after 13 years on the job in central Phoenix
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Videos for Phoenix, Arizona

Joaquin Phoenix brings his 'Joker' to Venice [Video]Joaquin Phoenix brings his 'Joker' to Venice

Actor Joaquin Phoenix and director Todd Phillips brought their 'Joker' - a movie about the iconic DC Comics villain - to the Venice Film Festival on Saturday (August 31). Rough cut (no reporter..

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Dad charged after twin infants die in hot car [Video]Dad charged after twin infants die in hot car

A New York father has been charged in the deaths of his twin infants after police say the father forgot the babies were in the car and went to work. Linda So reports.

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Two survive as small plane hits airport building

Two people were injured when a light plane crashed into an airport building south of metro Phoenix on Tuesday. AZFamily.com reports that both were taken to a hospital, but their injuries are not..
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Phoenix Votes to Expand Light Rail, as Cities Wrestle With Public Transit

American cities have struggled over plans for light-rail systems in a debate that has pitted economic and environmental goals against worries over costs.
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Phoenix cops must now report whenever they point a gun at someone after record year of shootings

Chief Jeri Williams provided an update on Phoenix Police Department changes following a record number of police shootings in 2018.
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Client says Arizona massage therapist's 'cuddling' session turned sexual

A Phoenix woman's complaint says a "cuddling" session with a massage therapist turned sexual.
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The Southwest is sizzling: Here's where it is expected to hit 115 or more

Scorching heat is blazing across the Southwest this week: Both Phoenix and Yuma expected to near 115 Wednesday and over the next few days.
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Documenting a City’s Nocturnal Living

Adjusting to the effects of climate change in Phoenix has been a slow burn for its residents. Covering it required these two journalists to flip their internal clocks.
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Teacher's viral post connects her to donor, sparking Classroom Giving movement

In our series, A More Perfect Union, we aim to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. Arizona teachers went on strike just over a year ago to fight for increased..
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Phoenix officer questions role of racial bias training

A CBS News investigation looks at the changes made by law enforcement since the shooting of Michael Brown in 2014. Many police departments now have training to confront racial bias. But is it working?..
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Laid-off dad gets job offers after handing out resumes on the side of the road

Patrick Hoagland from Phoenix, Arizona was desperate to find a job after getting laid off last month — so he took to the streets, and it paid off with plenty of job offers.
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Lyft driver fatally shot on 52nd wedding anniversary. He had just called his wife to celebrate

Harold Treadwell, 71, was driving for Lyft around 12:30 a.m. Sunday when someone outside of the vehicle shot him, Phoenix police said.
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'Cooler filled with male genitalia' found in raid of Phoenix body-donation company

A head sewn onto a mismatched body and a cooler filled with penises are among items found by FBI agents during a raid on a body-donation business.
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Think last week was hot? Here are the 50 hottest cities in America

Hot? Phoenix, Tucson, Vegas, Austin: Hottest cities in America
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16 people arrested in Friday night ICE protests in Phoenix

Police arrested 16 people who protested outside outside the Phoenix ICE office on Friday evening, days ahead of immigration raids planned for Sunday.
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White man indicted for allegedly killing black teen over rap music

Michael Adams faces charges in the July 4 killing of 17-year-old Elijah Al-Amin at a convenience store in suburban Phoenix
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Outrage over Arizona black teen's stabbing death

A 17-year-old black youth was killed at a Phoenix-area convenience store. A white man charged with first-degree murder said he felt threatened by the teen's rap music. A defense attorney says the..
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Arizona governor pulls incentives state offered Nike to build plant

"Shameful retreat," Gov. Doug Ducey said of Nike while yanking incentives to build 500-job Nike Air plant near Pheonix
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Frontier Airlines growing again: 9 new nonstop routes, including Las Vegas flights, $29 intro fares

The Denver-based discount airline is expanding heavily in Las Vegas, with new flights from Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland and other cities.
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Phoenix tops the top 50 hottest states in America

Residents of these cities will have a tougher time than most staying cool this summer.
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Cassius' Philippe Zdar, Grammy-winning music producer, dies in accidental fall at 52

Zdar also owned the influential Motorbass music studio in Paris, which hosted artists including Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Phoenix.
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Hundreds storm Phoenix council meeting in response to police actions

Another demonstration against Phoenix police was held at the Phoenix City Council meeting Wednesday in response to a viral video.
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Phoenix police accused of harassment after family was threatened

Emotions ran high in Phoenix over the arrest of a family held at gunpoint by police after an alleged shoplifting incident. Thousands turned out for a meeting where Phoenix police were accused of..
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TSA officers injured during 'unprovoked and brazen' attack at Phoenix airport

A man attempted to rush the Terminal 4 security checkpoint, attacking TSA officers. Officers were taken to the hospital and urgent care clinics.
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Phoenix residents unleash their anger on police during community meeting

Phoenix city leaders promise action after facing thousands of angry protesters at a public meeting. Community members lined up at a local church Tuesday night to respond to a video showing police..
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After video, Phoenix police chief promises change

Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams promised change after being booed during a community meeting Tuesday night. The meeting follows the national outcry over a videotaped encounter involving police and a..
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AP Top Stories June 19 A

Here's the latest for Wednesday June 19th: Trump officially begins re-election campaign; Protests outside Trump rally; Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan steps down; Phoenix holds community..
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Meeting over cops' confrontation with black couple gets heated

Phoenix mayor and police chief booed, hear calls for officers' firing in wake of video showing cops pointing guns, shouting after girl's shoplifting
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Phoenix residents boo police, demand reforms after child shoplifter incident

Phoenix police and city officials were met with shouts and boos at a community meeting on Tuesday over a viral cellphone video showing an officer pointing a gun at the parents of a 4-year-old girl..
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Five TSA agents hurt as man tries to rush Phoenix airport checkpoint

Five U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers were hurt on Tuesday when a man attacked them as he tried to rush a checkpoint at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in..
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'I was just trying to survive': Phoenix family in viral arrest video wants officers fired

Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper talk about their detainment by the Phoenix Police Department. The incident has gone viral after witnesses shared videos.
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Phoenix police release video of alleged shoplifting that led to standoff

Protests are expected Tuesday at what officials are calling a "community listening session" in Phoenix over fallout from a video of police officers confronting a couple and their two small children...
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Phoenix couple wants officers fired over incident

Phoenix couple wants officers fired over incident
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Family threatened by Phoenix police want officers fired

A family threatened at gunpoint by Phoenix police is calling for the officers to be fired. Cellphone video shows the confrontation after an alleged shoplifting incident. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Phoenix mayor apologizes after police pull gun on parents of alleged child shoplifter

The mayor of Phoenix apologized and called a community meeting for this week amid public anger over a viral video showing police pointing a gun at the parents of a 4-year-old child over allegations she..
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Phoenix mayor apologizes after controversial video shows police officers' altercation with family

Phoenix's mayor is apologizing in wake of a video that shows a disturbing altercation between the city's police and a young family. Officers are seen pointing their guns and threatening to shoot a..
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Phoenix Mayor Apologizes for ‘Unprofessional’ Police Response Seen in Videos

A family has taken the first step to file a lawsuit against Phoenix police after they say officers threatened to shoot them during a shoplifting investigation.
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Phoenix mayor apologizes after video shows police pointing gun on parents of 4-year-old who took doll

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego issued a statement about the viral video where police are seen pointing guns and yelling threats at a black family.
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Phoenix ties record-high temperature as excessive heat warning continues in Southwest

Another day of brutal heat was forecast Thursday for the Phoenix area, a day after the city tied a record high of 112 degrees.
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