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Phoenix Officer Killed in Off-Duty Motorcycle Crash

An off-duty Phoenix police officer was killed in a motorcycle crash late Monday in Glendale, AZ, police say.

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Arizona Officer Struck by Vehicle, Driver Arrested

A woman was arrested over the weekend for allegedly being behind the wheel of a vehicle that struck an officer with the Surprise (AZ) Police Department.

Arizona Police K-9 Dies of Cancer

Officers with the Yuma (AZ) Police Department are mourning the loss of K-9 Bolo, who has succumbed to cancer at seven years old.

Phoenix Suns Donate $500K to Maricopa County Sheriff's Office

The Phoenix Suns "Rise Together" Charities on Tuesday donated a half million dollars to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office to help the agency in rehabilitation of inmates through caring for abused animals.

Arizona K-9 Shot and Killed by Fleeing Assault Suspect

Officers with the El Mirage (AZ) Police Department are mourning the loss of one of their K-9s after he was shot and killed by a suspect on Friday night.

Arizona Officer Delivers Happy Meal to 5-Year-Old Boy Who Called 911

A five-year-old boy in Arizona called 911 with what to a child that age might be considered an emergency: he wanted a McDonald's Happy Meal.

2 Phoenix Officers Injured During Standoff with Gunman

Two officers with the Phoenix Police Department were injured during a standoff with a man who had "pistol whipped" a 69-year-old woman and threatened other residents in a home on Sunday night.

Arizona Officer Paralyzed in Shooting Stands for First Time in 14 Years

He stood while serving on the honor guard and presenting the American flag during the opening ceremony at the Special Olympics Arizona.

Arizona Detention Officer Dies Following Attack by Inmate

A detention officer with the Maricopa County (AZ) Sheriff's Office died Wednesday evening from injuries he suffered when an inmate attacked him.

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Phoenix Police Officer to be Fired Over Controversial Shoplifting Stop

The decision comes after cell phone video was released showing an officer sweeping the leg of a handcuffed man, later identified as Dravon Ames.