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  • Police locate naked man who drove truck into house

    A naked man who allegedly slammed a moving truck into a Phoenix home has been arrested.
  • Is the SPF rating on sunscreens outdated science?

    Every year we ask ourselves, should we cover or merely protect with high SPF sunscreen. Everyone wants to have fun in the sun, but we still wonder, is this a precursor to skin cancer? A Utah expert answers questions.
  • How to balance working and being a mom

    A working mom might often feel like she's being stretched in a million different directions. But there are ways moms can have a successful career and still be committed to their family, according to INC.
  • New SR 143 ramps near Sky Harbor to open Monday

    New ramps that connect State Route 143 with Sky Harbor Boulevard on the east side of the airport will be open in time for rush hour on Monday morning, the Arizona Department of Transportation said in a press release.
  • Mom faces charges for giving toddler beer

    A Valley mom is facing child abuse charges for giving beer to her 2-year-old son.
  • Petitions filed for Arizona primary election changes

    Initiative petitions filed Thursday would allow Arizonans to vote in November on whether to dramatically change how the state conducts its primary elections.
  • Nash trade disappoints Suns’ camp kids, parents

    There's a cloud hanging over the Suns' summer basketball camp for kids at Thunderbird and Washington high schools since announcement of Steve Nash's trade.
  • Davis-Monthan airman found dead on base

    An airman assigned to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base's 355th Security Forces Squadron was found dead of an unknown cause in a dormitory on base at about 8:20 a.m. today.
  • I-10 east at Ray Road reopens after fatal crash

    Eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 between Ray Road and Chandler Boulevard have reopened after a fatal crash.
  • About 250 new U.S. citizens sworn in at Arizona ceremony

    After the swearing in ceremony, a big cheer went up at South Mountain Community College as United States District Judge Roslyn Silver welcomed the new citizens with the words "And now you are we the people."
  • Arizona band marches in national parade, but makes time for serious visits

    It was a sweltering-hot day in the nation's capital, but the only thing the members of the Gilbert High School marching band could talk about was how cool it was.
  • Towns weigh July Fourth fireworks against dry conditions in the state

    Don't rush to get a front-seat at Benson's Fourth of July fireworks show. While the Cochise County town will hold its Independence Day celebration Wednesday, it's not setting off the fireworks until October.
  • Striving for excellence

    Excellent performance is what separates an average business person from men and women of honor and acclaim. Those who have distinguished themselves with accolades of distinction have had bold ideas and great plans to achieve them.
  • Navajo leaders call special session on proposed Little Colorado water-rights deal

    Navajo Nation leaders have scheduled a special session Thursday morning to take up a proposed settlement of tribal water-rights claims to water from the Little Colorado River basin.
  • Office technology has made working overtime normal, Good Technology says

    Thanks to today's technology, 80 percent of working people end up working seven more hours after leaving the office, according to a recent study by Good Technology.