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  • Glendale hoping for major economic boost from Cardinals’ expected move

    While the Cardinals are likely to relocate to Glendale, Glendale hopes to see a $500 thousand annual benefit.
  • State Parks Department offers Camping 101

    If you want to take your family camping, but don't have the first clue how to do it, you can get some help starting this weekend.
  • Active, non-threatening sinkholes exist around Arizona

    You might have seen the story about the sleeping man who was swallowed up by a massive sinkhole in Florida. The Arizona Geological Survey has been busy fielding calls about the existence of this natural occurrence in the Grand Canyon State.
  • Universities promote economic impact at Capitol presentation

    Arizona's public universities benefit the state's economy by attracting and partnering with businesses, creating thousands of jobs and generating billions of dollars in direct and indirect expenditures each year, officials told state lawmakers Wednesday.
  • Arizona ranked highly for clean energy job growth

    Arizona saw major job growth the clean energy sector in 2012.
  • I-10 near Tucson to be closed for demolition

    Interstate 10 will be closed from March 8 to March 9 for the demolition of the Patano Union Pacific Railroad Bridge near Tucson.
  • $10 tip for a $1,500 bill goes viral

    A less-than-one percent tip has provoked the rage of the Internet.
  • Valley man repays debt from 24-year-old scam

    It was a typical busy day for a Valley store owner last Saturday but after one customer's visit, it was a day she'll never forget.
  • ASU unveils downtown Phoenix student center

    Arizona State University has cut the ribbon on its new student center in downtown Phoenix.
  • Babeu: ICE lied about crimes of released immigrants

    Claims by Immigration and Customs Enforcement that hundreds of illegal immigrants who were released from detention centers last week were low-risk and non-violent is completely false, said Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu
  • 2 Arizona students suspended for posting ‘hit list’ online

    Two San Tan Valley students have been suspended Wednesday after discovery of a "hit list" naming nine students and teachers.
  • Glendale pushes ahead in quest for Arizona Cardinals’ camp

    The City of Glendale held an informal session to further study the potential relocation of the Arizona Cardinals' training camp to Glendale.
  • 2 dead, baby found alive in Phoenix apartment

    A man and woman were found dead inside a Phoenix apartment, where an unharmed baby was also discovered.
  • Older job seekers face challenging times

    Mike Hayes with Momentum Specialized Staffing said it's an uphill battle for job applicants 50 and older.
  • Hikers beware: Rattlesnakes are out from hiding

    A warning to hikers on the Valley mountain trails, the warmer temperatures have brought out the rattlesnakes.