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  • Arizona experiencing shortage of pediatricians

    Pediatricians are getting harder and harder to come by in Arizona.
  • September is National Preparedness Month

    Are you ready for any emergency? We're not used to thinking of disasters happening in Arizona, but we get them all the time.
  • Blog hosts emergency kit cook-off

    Sure to test any chef, the emergency kit cook-off has begun and will continue through the end of September.
  • Tempe honoring victims of 9/11 attacks

    This year marks the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Thousands of innocent lives cut short by terrorists on that fateful day.
  • Veterans weigh in on presidential hopefuls’ lack of military experience

    Barack Obama. Mitt Romney. Neither of them nor the vice presidential candidates have any military experience. Yet Obama is already Commander-in-Chief, and Romney wants to be.
  • Restaurant’s ad campaign has fun with politics

    A Valley restaurant chain is at it again! Every election since 2008, Stingray Sushi has been putting up political campaign signs on valley streets that use candidate's names to advertise the restaurant.
  • APNewsBreak: Border Patrol halts Mexico flights

    Associated Press TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – The U.S. government has halted flights home for Mexicans caught entering the country illegally in the deadly summer heat of Arizona’s deserts, a money-saving move that ends a seven-year experiment that cost taxpayers nearly $100 million. More than 125,000 passengers were flown deep into Mexico for free since 2004 […]
  • Thousands of fans tailgate for Cardinals season opener

    Thousands of fans packed the University of Phoenix stadium to watch the Cardinals take on the Seahawks, but before the game many of them gathered to tailgate.
  • Christian Bale flies four-year-old cancer patient to Disneyland

    Movie star Christian Bale of Batman fame is making the dreams come true of one young fan battling leukemia. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bale flew four-year-old Jayden Barber and his family to Disneyland earlier this week for lunch at Club 33. Barber has been battling cancer for over two years and received a failed […]
  • Man saved in swift water rescue in Goodyear

    A man was rescued after driving into a flooded wash near Goodyear.
  • Women’s rock exhibit coming to Phoenix

    She wore a raw meat dress to make a statement about gays in the military and now Lady Gaga's infamous attire is part of a new exhibit making its way across the country.
  • MCSO: Two foster children missing

    Authorities are searching for two foster children who went missing on Wednesday, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a release.
  • Top Clicks of August 2012

    Every month in 2012, will feature the top 10 stories from the past month. August's headlines on our site were dominated by a slip of the tongue by Jan Brewer, a march for topless rights that went through the heart of Phoenix and severe weather that caused a lot of damage in Anthem.
  • MCSO recovers $350K in drug operation

    Deputies seized about $350,000 in cash, 800 lbs. of marijuana and guns in an undercover drug operation, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a press release.
  • Summit to be held to keep kids out of jail

    A Saturday event is hoping to teach families how to keep their children out of jail.