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2 American Ebola patients discharged from hospital

Two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital, where the scene Thursday was festive and celebratory – a stark contrast to the sterile, rushed atmosphere that marked their arrival nearly three weeks ago.

Arizona State University reports enrollment jump

Arizona State University reports enrollment jump

Arizona State University reports record enrollment for the fall semester, with increases in transfers, international students and veterans.

Group appeals condition for using pot for PTSD

Group appeals condition for using pot for PTSD

Medical marijuana advocates are appealing conditions set by Arizona health officials for post-traumatic stress sufferers seeking to qualify for treatment.

More showers, T-storms expected in Phoenix area

More showers, T-storms expected in Phoenix area

Two days after the Phoenix area experienced flooding from heavy monsoon rain, the forecast calls for more showers and thunderstorms in the region with a possibility of more flooding.

1 dead, 2 injured after car allegedly runs through stop sign

1 dead, 2 injured after car allegedly runs through stop sign

A woman was killed and two men were injured during a rollover near 51st Avenue and Estrella Drive on Thursday morning. The area is expected to be closed for several hours. Use alternate routes.

Rescuer, pilot describe dramatic rescue at New River home

Responders were able to rescue two women and three dogs out of a New River home after it was surrounded by flood waters on Tuesday.

Report: Officer Who Threatened To Kill Ferguson Protesters Suspended Indefinitely

Report: Officer Who Threatened To Kill Ferguson Protesters Suspended Indefinitely

A Youtube video from Tuesday night showed the officer pointing his weapon at protesters while yelling profanities at them.

Phoenix Police Chief speaks about mental health response changes

Phoenix Police Chief speaks about mental health response changes

Two investigations and an independent review are underway in the case of a woman shot and killed by Phoenix Police last week.Officers were going to bring 50 year-old Michelle Cusseaux to a mental health facility.

Valley businessman gives donation to family in need

Valley businessman gives donation to family in need

The family says they were already overwhelmed by how many people donated to a GoFundMe account. But now they are blown away by a donation to cover the remainder of the money needed to get a wheelchair accessible van.

Students and colleagues remember James Foley

An American journalist was executed in Iraq by the terrorist group known as ISIS. Islamic militants posted a video online showing the brutal murder of James Foley. Foley had been held captive for nearly two years.The terror group says they killed him because the United States had launched airstrikes in Northern Iraq. Foley’s parents say their son died a hero.

Couple saved by deputies from running wash

Couple saved by deputies from running wash

A Surprise couple was trapped by floodwaters during Tuesday’s storm.The driver was able to make it out of his van, but his wife was stranded inside.Thankfully, MCSO rescue teams were able to pull the woman to safety.

Flood cleanup begins in Phoenix after heavy storms

Flood cleanup begins in Phoenix after heavy storms

Phoenix residents have started cleaning up from devastating flooding that slammed Arizona.

Tucson police find mortar shell near businesses

Tucson police have found a mortar shell near a busy business corridor.