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  • Valley casino hosts annual all-women’s poker event

    Hundreds of women will take over the poker tables this weekend during the seventh Arizona State Ladies Poker Championship at Talking Stick Resort.
  • Weekend freeway restrictions Sept. 7-10

    Drivers in the western portion of the Valley will want to plan for some extra travel time this weekend.
  • Weekend events for Sept. 7-8

    Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.
  • Authorities warn against Microsoft scam

    If Microsoft calls to ask for money to fix your computer, don't give it to them.
  • Arizona delegates celebrate Giffords’ DNC appearance

    John Goodie of Mesa leaped to his feet along with the rest of Arizona's delegation when former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords appeared on stage Thursday at the Democratic National Convention.
  • Phoenix could try for 2016 Republican convention

    One Valley publicist believes Phoenix has a good chance of landing the 2016 Republican National Convention.
  • Talk the Vote: Obama’s speech did not impress

    The speech that President Barack Obama gave on Thursday to close out the Democratic National Convention really failed to wow, three KTAR hosts said.
  • ‘Hanging Obama’ truck makes way to Democratic National Convention

    A truck featuring numerous hanging effigies, including one of President Barack Obama, has arrived at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Jhessye Shockley’s mother arrested for murder, abuse

    The mother of a missing Glendale girl has been arrested on charges of first-degree murder and child abuse.
  • Alleged Flagstaff robber wanted by FBI

    A man known as the Bucket List Bandit is going to be popping up on billboards nationwide.
  • Police searching for armed robbery suspects

    Phoenix police are searching for two men who robbed a Phoenix business, the agency said in a press release.
  • Valley home prices slowing down

    Home prices in Maricopa and Pinal counties dropped over the summer, according to a report from W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
  • Most Americans are willing to go into debt for iPhone

    More than half of Americans used a credit card or a loan so they could purchase the latest iPad and iPhone upon release.
  • Tanker accident cleared, I-17 at SR 179 open

    PHOENIX — Interstate 17 at State Route 179 has re-opened, after a tanker accident forced shutdown of northbound lanes Thursday morning. The tanker veered off the road and hit a side rail near the Stoneman Lake Road exit and was partially hanging from the overpass. Hazmat crews were on the scene for cleanup.
  • Couple’s fight leads to school lockdown

    A domestic argument between a woman and her husband led to a lockdown Thursday morning at a south Phoenix school.