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  • Valley non-profit ranch takes in sick, abused horses

    There was no note, no call from the owner explaining why they had tied their sick horse to a fence at the Arizona Humane Society and left it there.
  • Attorneys: Jodi Arias testimony getting tiresome, off-topic

    After the judge of the Jodi Arias trial called in sick, the public was spared Friday of hearing Arias continue to ramble about raunchy details and less about the day of the murder of her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
  • New Chandler outlet mall announces stores

    Phoenix Premium Outlets announced Friday a large majority of the stores that will be available in the new shopping mall.
  • Body art expo kicks off at Arizona State Fairgrounds

    The world's largest tattoo expo kicked off Friday at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.
  • Shots fired into Phoenix Hilton hotel

    Several shots were fired into a Phoenix hotel on Friday morning.
  • ‘USA’ chants spell trouble for Calif. students

    "USA" chants have spelled trouble for California high school students.
  • Luke AFB cancels air show, cites defense budget cuts

    An air show scheduled for March 16 and March 17 at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Ariz. has been canceled, base officials said in a release.
  • Tucson used car prices below average, Phoenix ranked above

    A recent study has shown that Tucson ranks slightly below the national average of used car prices, while Phoenix ranks just above the average.
  • Report: Harrison Ford to play Han Solo in new ‘Star Wars’

    "Star Wars" fans can now relax.
  • Coney Island locals clash with NRA chief’s claims

    Coney Island residents have disputed National Rifle Association chief Wayne LaPierre's claims of chaos in New York after Hurricane Sandy.
  • Phoenix woman’s flavor finalist in Lay’s contest

    Do you like chicken and waffles?
  • Report: Facebook among history’s tax evaders

    A new report alleges that Facebook did not pay any income taxes in 2012.
  • Spring Training Festival hits downtown Scottsdale

    Spring training fever is in the air and that includes the Spring Training Festival in downtown Scottsdale.
  • All hopped up: Arizona Beer Week kicks off in Phoenix

    Arizona Beer Week kicks off with the 13th annual Arizona Strong Beer Festival in Phoenix.
  • Power outage shuts down parts of Tempe, Chandler

    About 1,500 SRP customers were without power along the Tempe-Chandler border Friday morning.