Good morning. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Arizona. Questions about coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to the AP-Phoenix bureau at 602-258-8934 or

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PHOENIX — Phoenix police say that one armed robbery suspect surrendered and another initially was believed to be in a house that caught fire after officers had them surrounded and were repeatedly shot at from inside. Sgt. Mercedes Fortune said Monday no officers were injured as the standoff stretched on for hours. SENT: 330 words, developing.

TRUMP LAWYER-IMMIGRATION FIRM — AT&T and drug giant Novartis got nothing but bad publicity when they asked Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen for help with business, but a Florida immigration firm that tapped him appears to have gotten nearly everything it wanted. By Business Writer Bernard Condon. SENT: 1,170 words, photos.


— COLORADO WILDFIRES: Over 2,800 square miles (7,252 square kilometers) of public land in southwestern Colorado will be closed to campers, hikers and bikers because of the fire danger. SENT: 130 words.



SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y — A look at key anniversaries in the US Open. By AP Golf Writer Doug Ferguson. SENT: 1,100 words, photos.



As Tiger Woods docks his yacht near Shinnecock Hills this week, he's still a golfing enigma of sorts. His scores are decent, if not spectacular, but he's yet to win and has only been in serious contention once in nine tournaments this year. Is the real Tiger finally back? By Sports Columnist Tim Dahlberg. SENT: 880 words.


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