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ICYMI: Current and former Arizona governors posted their tributes to former attorney general, Grant Woods, who died of a heart attack Saturday.

After missing one game due to COVID-19, Kliff Kingsbury will be back on the sidelines to coach the Cardinals against the Texans.

What injuries are common on Halloween night with all the spooks and scares? We have the answer for you! ⬇️

WATCH: Sabrina Ramos remembers the face of the driver who hit her and her son in Chandler on Thursday before taking off.

Dust off your jackets. After a sunny and dry Sunday, a cold front is expected to hit the Valley this week.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said a deal is "very possible." Vice President Kamala Harris said she's "confident" that an agreement will be reached.

WATCH: Covid has hit law enforcement agencies hard. The Phoenix Police Department is currently operating at only 89% of the allotted 3,100 officer staff.

The Portland Trail Blazers handed the Suns their second loss of the season last night.

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Gov. Ducey funneled nearly $400 million of federal coronavirus relief funding to reduce state spending, rather than putting the funds directly to struggling individuals or small businesses in Arizona.

The workers want borders between Hong Kong and the mainland shut off completely to ward off the virus.

Navajo Nation's Health Department director, Jill Jim, has been added to president-elect Joe Biden's COVID advisory board.

JUST IN: Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Tucson must rescind its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for public employees or else lose millions in state funding.

Tempe PD presented awards to two men, including @Patriots  offensive lineman Justin Herron, credited for stopping a sexual assault in a Tempe park on Saturday.

"When Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs tweeted this week that 'the media is fear-mongering and helping to lock you down and take away your freedoms,” I decided that I’d had enough." Mark Curtis shares more here:

ICYMI: The 1,000 wealthiest Arizonans, with taxable income of more than $5 million, will save an average of $5,096 under Gov. Ducey's flat tax. The "average taxpayer" will only save between $2 to $96. See the data in our story here:

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