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  • Salvation Army handing out bottled water

    As it has all week, the Salvation Army will be providing bottled water to the public at 10 hydration stations across the Valley.
  • Drought conditions aiding Arizona winegrowers

    The drought gripping more than half of America has actually come to the aid of Arizona winegrowers.
  • Phoenix airman buried at Arlington, 46 years after going MIA

    Air Force Lt. Col. Charles M. Walling was flying his F-4C over Vietnam 46 years ago when the Phoenix resident disappeared over Song Be Province, leaving behind a pregnant wife and a 22-month-old son.
  • Tucson passes resolution, officially ‘immigrant welcoming’

    Tucson City Council has passed a declaration to oppose the remaining parts of the controversial immigration law, SB 1070.
  • Fatal crash closed Loop 101 in Chandler

    A rollover freeway accident Thursday in the East Valley has killed at least one person. The early-morning crash at westbound Loop 202 and northbound Loop 101 in Chandler closed the north ramp for a couple of hours. Authorities have since conducted their investigation and the ramp was re-opened around 8 a.m.
  • Jobs opening up in U.S., but drop in Arizona

    Arizona is bucking a national trend.
  • Nurse burnout causing health-care problems

    America's nurses are stressed out, and that's causing a problem.
  • World of Beer opens on Mill Avenue in Tempe

    A new haven for beer fans has officially opened its doors in Tempe.
  • Company recruiting for Phoenix flash mob

    A company that organizes flash mobs is recruiting in the Phoenix area.
  • ‘Chopped: Grill Masters’ winner decided at Arizona ranch

    The winner of a popular Food Network cooking contest will be decided in Arizona.
  • Olympic bodies causing eating disorders?

    Those chiseled Olympic bodies are impressive, but health experts warn they can lead to dangerous behaviors.
  • Phoenix ranked third-best city for bald men to meet women

    If you're a bald guy looking to meet women, Phoenix may be the place to be.
  • For some, working in the heat is part of the job

    As you head into the air conditioned office, many Valley workers are going to be sweating it out on the job.
  • Firefighters offer ways to keep hikers, kids safe in heat

    Mountain rescues are keeping Phoenix firefighters busy.
  • Phoenix cop arrested on sexual misconduct charges

    A Phoenix police officer has been arrested and charged with 10 counts of sexual misconduct with a minor.