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Elon Musk said Friday that Twitter plans to relaunch its premium service that will offer different colored check marks to accounts next week.

In Arizona, the nonprofit Aid to Adoption of Special Kids is working to help children persevere during their time in the foster system.

Christmas lights have returned to the Latter-day Saints temple in Mesa this season after more than five years since they were last showcased.

Here are some ways you can identify and solve potential issues that may be causing your computer to start up slower than normal.

Police are asking the public for information in the shooting death of a 30-year-old man in the parking lot of a business in Phoenix.

A woman died and a man was rescued after they were caught in extreme cold weather while hiking in Utah's Zion National Park.

People can see one of the world’s largest holiday-themed light events from right here in the Valley as “Enchant” is taking place at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale.

Mesa's annual Merry Main Street began Friday and offers multiple holiday activities for the whole family to enjoy each day through early January.

Environmental groups are at odds with politicians in New England in the wake of a decision by Whole Foods to stop selling Maine lobster.

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"Quite frankly, it is offensive for Kari Lake to say these people behind me are slow rolling this." Bill Gates, chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, is not very happy about some of the things being said about the elections department.

The Office of Disciplinary Counsel, the disciplinary branch of the District of Columbia Bar, filed charges against Rudy Giuliani alleging that he promoted unsubstantiated voter fraud claims in Pennsylvania.

Arizona has activated a guidance plan for hospitals facing difficult decisions about how to ration dwindling resources as the number of COVID-19 patients climbs.

Kris Mayes, Arizona’s lone Democratic candidate for attorney general, told @BroomheadShow  she wouldn’t prosecute abortion cases if Roe vs. Wade gets overturned.

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