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NEW YORK (AP) - Adidas says it's unaware of any misconduct at its company in a college basketball bribe-paying scheme but will "fully cooperate with authorities." The company issued a statement Tuesday after federal prosecutors announced that its director of global sports marketing is charged along with four college assistant coaches.

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - The Border Patrol says agents found a man with two broken legs in rugged terrain in the Arizona desert near the U.S.-Mexico border and carried him a mile to a location accessible by vehicle. The Border Patrol says agents found the injured man Saturday night near Sells through GPS tracking after a 911 caller said another needed medical assistance.

PHOENIX (AP) - The Arizona State Board of Education has finalized the A-F Accountability System. The state Department of Education will award letter grades to schools based on a range of academic measures. The letter grades measure achievement in the 2016-2017 school year as a tool to help schools improve, parents to better understand which school is best for their child and the state to know where more support can be given.

PHOENIX (AP) - The Phoenix Fire Department says four people were transported to a hospital for treatment or evaluation for possible carbon monoxide poisoning from a barbeque grill being used to warm an apartment. The department says responding firefighters found a man passed out, a woman who reportedly had a seizure and two young children not displaying any obvious signs of distress.

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