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A dozen people waited at a Phoenix Walgreens on a Wednesday in late June to get tested for HIV. One by one, they were called into a small room, asked a few general questions and had a finger pricked to draw blood. The results followed quickly – the entire process took about five minutes.

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Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has bowed to Councilman Sal DiCiccio's demand that the state Attorney General's office be asked to review a bargain-priced land deal involving 10 city-owned lots.

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If the Arizona Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration just based their decision to add a South Mountain Freeway interchange at 32nd Street largely on citizen reaction, the proposal would win hands down.

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Starting now, Ahwatukee teenagers should know that Arizona is no longer one of two states that have no restrictions on the ability of motorists to use their cell phones while driving.

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A new ruling from the state Court of Appeals threatens to make criminals out of medical marijuana patients who choose edibles and drinks rather than smoking the drug and the dispensaries that prepare and sell them.

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