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  • Phoenix sneaks into top 20 for Gen Y jobs

    When it comes to Generation Yers finding jobs, Phoenix isn't a bad place to look.
  • Mexican man pleads guilty in killing of US agent

    Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – A Mexican man accused in the killing of a U.S. Border Patrol agent has admitted he was part of a crew that sneaked into the United States to find marijuana smugglers to rob at the time of the fatal shooting. Manuel Osorio-Arellanes pleaded guilty Tuesday in the death of Agent […]
  • Motorcycle rider killed in Chandler crash

    A motorcyclist was killed in an crash on Tuesday, the Chandler Police Department said.
  • Phoenix among highest construction growth in Sept.

    Phoenix had the fourth-highest construction growth in the nation for the month of September.
  • Officers begin search after 2 flee traffic stop

    Officers from Maricopa County Sheriff's Office are looking for two people who fled after a traffic stop near Interstate 10 and Warner Road.
  • St. Mary’s collects over 4K pounds at food drive

    St. Mary's Food Bank estimated it collected four or five thousand pounds of food during their food drive at the Arizona Cardinals game at University of Phoenix stadium.
  • ADOT warning against longer Halloween commute

    Residents should expect a longer commute on Wednesday due to Halloween-related delays, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.
  • Clearing the air in eastern Arizona comes with high costs

    Debbie Padia's hair salon eats up a lot of electricity and, with times being what they are, she has been closing the shop early when business was slow over the past year to save some money.
  • CrossFit Scottsdale paying kids for Halloween candy

    CrossFit Scottsdale wants to encourage local families to keep kids healthy this Halloween by paying $1 per pound of candy brought in to them.
  • Puerto Rico to decide statehood issue in November

    Voters in Puerto Rico will not join their fellow American citizens in choosing a new president soon.
  • Arizona veterans face backlog on VA disability claims

    Peering through the new prescription glasses he just got from the veterans hospital, Korean War veteran Gilbert Torres sifted through a stack of papers detailing claims he'd had pending with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs since July 2011.
  • Arizona’s minimum-wage earners getting raise

    Waiting for a city bus Monday, Marcella Alvarez said she has mixed emotions about starting a job this week as a telephone receptionist.
  • Battleground-state voters get ominous letters about citizenship

    Markus Mayer celebrated his new American citizenship with Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler during a naturalization ceremony in November 2011, and the German immigrant soon proudly registered to vote. So it came as a surprise when he received a letter in the mail just a few months later - from Gessler no less - asking for verification of his citizenship to remain eligible to vote.
  • Tempe police roll out sex-offender registry

    Tempe Police Department has rolled out its new sex offender notification program called OffenderWatch.
  • Knitting group’s work warms hearts of cancer patients

    The American Cancer Society gets a special gift from a group of very talented ladies.