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    Sharper Point: New Year’s resolutions for other people

    I didn't really feel like taking an honest look at myself so I decided to come up with my own New Year's resolutions, but for other people.
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    Police looking for clues after overdosed woman dumped in Phoenix lot

    Phoenix police are looking for clues in the case of a young woman who was overdosing and dumped in an empty lot next to a convenience store.
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    The real holiday myth isn’t Santa, but the perfect Christmas

    I want to talk about the ugly, unspoken myth of Christmas. I hope you've girded your loins because this is going to make some folks uncomfortable.
  • FILE- In this Aug. 30, 2011, file photo, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, right, and Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil's chief executive smile during a signing ceremony in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia. President-elect Donald Trump selected ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson to lead the State Department on Monday, Dec. 12, 2016. (Alexei Druzhinin/RIA Novosti via AP, Pool)

    McCain has concerns about secretary of state nominee Tillerson’s ties with Russia

    Sen. John McCain said the relationship between Russia and President-elect Donald Trump's secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson, is a matter of concern.
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    Police searching for leads in Scottsdale hit-and-run driver case

    Police are searching for a suspect in a hit-and-run case in Scottsdale that cost a Valley woman a year of her life in recovery.
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    Phoenix police looking for leads in robbery, theft cases [RE-BROADCAST OF 8/20/2012]

    Phoenix police are looking for leads in a robbery that may have been carried out by a family and a case of credit card theft.
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    Police looking for leads in two Phoenix robberies [RE-BROADCAST OF 8/6/2012]

    Phoenix police are looking for leads in two robberies and are hoping someone in the public may have seen or heard something.
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    Phoenix police looking for clues in man’s 2006 murder

    Phoenix police are hoping someone knows about a pair of men who are suspected of killing another in a back alley in 2006.
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    Movers for Military toy drop-off locations

    A Valley moving company is working with a military assistance program to collect toys for the holidays to give to children of military families.
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    Parents, let’s talk stranger danger and some sanity about Santa

    Parents, let's talk about Santa. Some people want their kids to stand next to him, while others scream "Stranger danger!" and think he's a creeper. What?
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    Police looking for leads in man’s murder [RE-BROADCAST OF 7/30/2012]

    Phoenix police are looking for clues in the murder of a man who was not associated with any gangs and rarely got in trouble.
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    Arizona treasurer Jeff DeWit would consider White House job offer

    Arizona State Treasurer Jeff DeWit said that he loved his job but would consider an offer from President-elect Donald Trump, whose national campaign he worked on as an officer.
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    Investigation: Southern Arizona VA manipulating veteran care wait times

    A report from the Inspector General said the Southern Arizona VA was manipulating wait-time data to make it appear veterans saw short waits for care.
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    Phoenix police searching for leads in multiple robberies

    Police are asking for the public's help to catch the people responsible for multiple robberies in the Phoenix area.
  • Chicago Cubs celebrate after Game 7 of the Major League Baseball World Series against the Cleveland Indians Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, in Cleveland. The Cubs won 8-7 in 10 innings to win the series 4-3. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

    The Cubs won the World Series! Now anything is possible!

    The Cubs' win completely changes our world. It rips a giant, gaping hole in the space-time continuum and suddenly (as of now) anything is possible.