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Show Low school cancels classes after bomb threat

Show Low's Sequoia Village School canceled classes on Thursday after a student received an anonymous bomb threat. Two juveniles later were arrested.         

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Veteran safety Antoine Bethea named Cardinals' Walter Payton Man of the Year

NFL teams announced their nominees for Walter Payton Man of the Year. Safety Antoine Bethea was nominated for his community service and engagement.         

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The Game Awards, the highlights, premieres and winners at the video game industry's big night

We track the biggest moments from The Game Awards, the video game industry's biggest night, including winners, and game previews from the show in L.A.         

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Derrick Henry ties Tony Dorsett's NFL record with 99-yard TD run vs. Jaguars

Derrick Henry tied Tony Dorsett's long-standing record in the Tennessee Titans' game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night.         

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Edwards' late flurry leads Purdue past No. 23 Maryland 62-60

Carsen Edwards scored 20 points and Aaron Wheeler had a season high 15 on Thursday to help Purdue pull off a 62-60 upset over No. 23 Maryland         

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Ocean Cleanup fail? System deployed to Great Pacific Garbage Patch not holding plastic

It turns out clearing out millions of tons of plastic from the world's oceans is harder than it looks.         

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Pete Shelley, co-founder of punk band the Buzzcocks, dies at 63

Buzzcock members confirmed Pete Shelley's death "with great sadness" and called him "one of the U.K.'s most influential and prolific songwriters."         

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Pete Shelley, co-founder of punk band the Buzzcocks, dies at 63

Buzzcock members confirmed Pete Shelley's death "with great sadness" and called him "one of the U.K.'s most influential and prolific songwriters."         

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Woman's death possible homicide, Phoenix police say

Police suspect foul play in death of 67-year-old woman found in north Phoenix apartment.         

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Woman's death possible homicide, Phoenix police say

Police suspect foul play in death of 67-year-old woman found in north Phoenix apartment.         

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Phoenix dodges the public in its sprint to spend $150 million to upgrade Suns arena

The city of Phoenix is so rushed to spend $150 million on Suns arena upgrades that it doesn't have time to consult with the public.         

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Phoenix Zoo's new addition, named Dari, is a 4-year-old Sumatran tiger from the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma, it posted on social media.         

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Phoenix Zoo's new addition, named Dari, is a 4-year-old Sumatran tiger from the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma, it posted on social media.         

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Three more blood pressure drugs recalled over cancer concern: Here's what you need to know

Mylan Pharmaceuticals has recalled three common blood pressure medications over concerns they could include small amounts of a cancer-causing impurity.         

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azcentral Sports Awards Girls Athlete of the Week

Chandler's Mykah Anderson had 46 points, making eight 3-pointers, and grabbing seven rebounds with five assists and eight steals in a 90-35 win over Glendale Mountain Ridge.         

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azcentral Sports Awards Boys Athlete of the Week

Globe's B.J. Burries is the Dec. 7, 2018 azcentral Sports Awards Boys Athlete of the Week. #azcsportsawards         

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Feds won't pursue 3rd trial against Border Patrol agent Lonnie Swartz

Prosecutors said they would not pursue another trial against Lonnie Swartz, who fatally shot Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez, 16, through the border fence.         

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Expert picked in lawsuit over inmates' health care in Arizona

The hearing is the first since Corrections Director Charles Ryan was held in civil contempt for failing to make improvements to inmate care.         

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