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Goodyear's director of engineering and his wife are arrested for child abuse after their daughter ends up with two broken legs and a broken arm. Help not wanted: The unemployment line awaits for tens of thousands of Arizonans, says a state Commerce Department report... An estimated 2,000 people are expected to march from the Wells Fargo building in downtown Phoenix to the Tent City Jail to protest Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. It should be a nice day for a walk... Some sheriff's employees may have time to join that group -- they may be furloughed to save money... Score one for the state in the fight to cut money for disabled kids' therapy... Going to a university just got less "free as possible." The Board of Regents approved stiff, new surcharges to cover budget shortfalls. Who will hold the hose? Buckeye Fire Department is putting fewer firefighters on its trucks... Rick Welts is named CEO of the Phoenix Suns... If you hike Camelback Mountain this weekend, bee careful...

Goodyear employees arrested for child abuse

State unemployment to grow in next two years Buckeye Fire Department trucks riding with fewer firefighters

March to protest Arpaio planned for Saturday

Sheriff's employees may be furloughed

Court approves budget cut for disabled kids' services

Regents approve hike of university surcharge fees

Welts named CEO of Suns Bees attack three hikers on Camelback Mountain

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