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  • Ken Bennett releases statement on State of the State

    Arizona Sec. of State Ken Bennett released the following statement Monday following Gov. Jan Brewer's State of the State address.
  • Hog-nosed skunk causes stir at Grand Canyon

    Associated Press FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – Desert bighorn sheep, river otters and mountain lions, yes. But a hog-nosed skunk at the Grand Canyon? Hardly. The striped creatures are usually found in southeastern Arizona, Texas and Mexico. But one of them somehow made its way north of the Colorado River last year. A group of rafters […]
  • Gov. Brewer gives State of the State address

    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is laying out her vision and priorities for Arizona in her annual State of the State address.
  • Talking with your children about your ex-spouse

    Divorce is a big adjustment for a child, and doesn't end their relationship with the other parent. Your own emotions or your ex-spouse's behavior may make it a challenge to talk with your child about the other parent.
  • Pinal deputies catch bank robbery suspects

    Pinal County Sheriff's Office has captured two bank robbery suspects in Gold Canyon on Monday.
  • ASU, UA see boom in ‘sugar babies’

    The world's largest sugar daddy dating website says more Arizona female college students are turning to rich men to get them through school.
  • Cold weather will push up vegetable prices

    This rare cold weather will have Arizonans shelling out more for broccoli, cauliflower and lettuce.
  • Greer Lodge puts its 50 cabins up for sale

    Last week, the owners of the Greer Lodge closed the lodge for good.
  • Teens fleeing crime scene crash car, end up in hospital

    Two male teenagers suspected in a Glendale home invasion are in the hospital Monday after crashing a car during a brief police chase.
  • Scottsdale car auction anticipates record crowd

    Car enthusiasts from all over the world have flocked to Scottsdale for the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction.
  • New Phoenix restaurant to hold unique 3-day job fair

    The new Culinary Dropout restaurant in Phoenix is looking for employees who walk off the beaten path.
  • Schools want Arizona legislators’ help with new standards

    As the Arizona Legislature gets down to work, local schools hope lawmakers will send them money that helps aid teachers as they try meet new, tougher education standards.
  • Mesa Fire to offer free flu shots

    The Mesa Fire Department is holding a flu clinic for children and adults on Monday.
  • P.F. Chang marathoners hope to outrun flu in Phoenix

    As if shin splints weren't enough to worry about, runners getting ready for the P.F. Chang's Rock-And-Roll marathon are worried about catching the flu.
  • East Valley salon owner forced to stop special pedicure

    The case focuses on feet and fish, specifically, tiny carp with no teeth that nibble off dead skin.