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  • Big changes coming for Apple’s iPhone charger

    Apple has tweaked the newest iPhone and consumers may end up paying for the company's imagination.
  • Investor: Retirement funds should be last resort to shortcomings

    Retirement funds should be raided only as a last resort, said KTAR's Smart Investor, Wayne Stutzer.
  • Gabrielle Giffords, husband photographed on top of French Alps

    Former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was photographed with her astronaut husband, Mark Kelly, atop the French Alps on Monday.
  • Crews gaining control of 8 fires in Kaibab

    Firefighters are making significant progress toward containment of eight lightning-caused wildfires near the Grand Canyon.
  • Border Patrol seizure nets $1.3 million of marijuana

    A Sunday contact by Border Patrol agents from the Tucson Sector's Sonoita Border Patrol Station ended up in the seizure of 2,773 pounds of marijuana.
  • Avondale police seeking attempted bank robber

    Police are searching for a woman who attempted to rob an Avondale bank.
  • Medical marijuana backer blasts state decision

    The man in charge of Arizona Cannibis University said State Health Director Will Humble should be ashamed of himself for denying PTSD sufferers access to medical marijuana.
  • Hybrid program catching attention at Chandler school

    A hybrid program at a new Chandler school could offer the perfect fit for a child's educational needs.
  • Apache County forest program cited as cure for ‘disease’ of growing wildfires

    Apache County's forest-stewardship agreement with the U.S. Forest Service was held up at a congressional hearing Friday as a model for other governments trying to tame the growing problem of wildfires.
  • Benefit for victims and families of Colorado shooting in Scottsdale

    American Junkie will be hosting a benefit to raise money for the victims and families of the tragic mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado on Sunday, July 22 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Colorado shooting victim from Ahwatukee

    One of the victims in the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater originally hailed from Ahwatukee. The 24-year-old victim Alex Teves was a 2006 graduate of Desert Vista High School in the Tempe Unified School District. He also just completed graduate school at the University of Colorado. Teves’ grandmother Mildred confirmed the family was […]
  • Judge says questions remain on Arredondo charges

    A judge is ordering federal prosecutors to address unanswered questions about what exactly is alleged in corruption charges against an Arizona legislator.
  • PCH’S Camp Rainbow could use a few good men

    Crisp air, cool waters and tall pines are waiting for 150 very deserving children this summer. They come from every corner of Arizona suffering, along with the rest of us, through the hot months of June and July to spend nine glorious days at Camp Rainbow.
  • Outside groups poured money into last weeks of race to succeed Giffords

    Outside groups poured more than $1 million into polling and advertising in the three weeks before the election to replace former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, according to the Federal Election Commission.
  • Arizona man held on $2M bail in girlfriend’s death

    A $2 million cash-only bond has been set for a man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend by setting her on fire in their Phoenix apartment.