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One-third of recreational waterborne disease outbreaks occur at hotel pools or hot tubs, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that urges people to take precautions regardless of where they swim over the summer.

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When David Thye conducted his first concert at Carnegie Hall in 2005, he never realized that the performance would propel him to a residency at the famed venue or that he would eventually return there to perform alongside his son.

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The state Court of Appeals has rejected arguments by a Phoenix business that a city ordinance that bars them from refusing to design wedding invitations for same-sex couples violates their constitutional and religious rights.

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Nearly a year after flood damage closed Burton Barr Central Library in downtown Phoenix, it will reopen Saturday, June 16, with a party to celebrate new features, like expanded areas for children and a room set aside for 3-D printing.

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Arizona State University scientists will work with Tempe to detect opioids and other drugs in city wastewater, an exploration that could serve as an early-warning system in the ongoing opioid crisis.

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A Superior Court judge has issued his final order in the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course case and directed the current and former owners to pay more than $170,000 in fees to the lawyer who won the case.

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As the Arizona Department of Transportation analyzes community feedback before deciding whether to add a South Mountain Freeway interchange at 32nd Street, Richard Slapke knows he’s damned if it does – and damned if it doesn’t.

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