Latest News

Arizona News

  • Cheers! Bring a toy, get a beer at Tempe bar

    For the next two weeks at World of Beer, it's bottoms up for toys.
  • Car hits teen pedestrians in Phoenix

    PHOENIX — Two teenagers were hit by a car Tuesday morning near Sandra Day O’Connor High School. The boy and girl were taken to a local hospital. The accident occurred near 36th Avenue and Hackamore Drive. The boy, 17, was flown to a trauma center, while the girl, also 17, was transported by ambulance. The […]
  • Visitors’ belongings can pose danger to children

    Some everyday items around the house can be especially dangerous to kids this time of year.
  • Pawn shops not only option for selling jewelry

    Gold to cash stores may not be customers only option if their looking to get rid of old jewelry in time for the holidays.
  • Holiday tips: Tasty foods that lead to bad breath

    'Tis the season for holiday parties -- and bad breath.
  • Fatal accident closes SB I-17 at Union Hills

    A fatal accident Tuesday morning has closed the on-ramp of southbound Interstate 17 at Union Hills Drive. No other information was immediately available. Other accidents have made for slow going on eastbound Interstate 10 during the early commute hours. Three accidents on the freeway at 27th Avenue have caused delays all the way to 83rd […]
  • Loop 101 Northbound reopened after motorcycle crash

    All northbound lanes of Loop 101 at US 60 have reopened after a serious crash involving a motorcycle, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • City of Mesa awarded money for going green

    The City of Mesa received $248,479 from Salt River Project for going green.
  • Phoenix home sales on the rise again

    A new report from Arizona State's W.P. Carey School of Business revealed that Phoenix-area home prices are on the rise again.
  • U.S. abortion rates hit an all-time low, CDC finds

    U.S. abortions plummeted 5 percent between 2008 and 2009, the biggest one-year decrease in the past decade, according to data released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control.
  • How to effectively save money each month

    This article is designed to help people save more on a monthly basis by determining their financial priorities, visualizing their goals, evaluating spending, budgeting savings, and giving your savings different names depending on your goal.
  • Police search for man who exposed himself to girls

    Glendale police are looking for a man who exposed himself to two elementary school age girls at about 5 p.m. on Dec. 2.
  • Bowl bonanza ahead for some Valley homeowners

    Fans from Kansas, Michigan, Oregon and Texas will be pouring into the Valley for the Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale and the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, and you could make two or three thousand dollars just by moving out of your home for a few days.
  • Turn email into ‘texting’ with subject-only messages

    Putting a message only in the subject field of an email is another quick way to communicate at work.
  • Mesa students rally to support principal

    Mesa high school students rally to support their principal, whose punishment of two boys went viral.