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  • Texas teen arrested for making clock that looked like bomb to adults

    An Irving, Texas ninth-grader was arrested Monday for bringing a clock he built to school, a clock that adults thought looked like a bomb.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group offers retreat to support, encourage women

    A Phoenix-area group has made supporting and encouraging women through retreats its mission. Hopelifters Unlimited was founded by Kathe Wunnenberg in 2005 when she was going through a trying time. She would take small groups of women on weekend retreats to help them through discouragement or life losses. In 2010, thanks to demand, Wunnenberg expanded […]
  • Possible Phoenix freeway shooting victim: ‘I didn’t even see anybody’

    PHOENIX — A woman who may have been a victim of a Phoenix freeway shooting said she’s still trying to figure out what happened after a side window was fractured. Kim, who did not give her last name, said she was driving northbound on State Route 51 on Thursday about 10:30 a.m. when she thought […]
  • DPS director: Phoenix Interstate 10 shootings ‘absolutely domestic terrorism’

    PHOENIX — The director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety said a string of shootings along Interstate 10 in Phoenix are “absolutely domestic terrorism.” “This game, if you will, that someone or some people are playing is going to end in death,” DPS Director Col. Frank Milstead told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Bruce St. […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Run/walk held for Valley woman who died of cancer

    In 2000, Linda Kacmarsky thought she had beaten breast cancer. In October 2010, the cancer returned and she passed away just six weeks after being diagnosed. In honor of her memory, an annual run/walk event she organized, the Ironwood Walk, was renamed Linda’s WISH. The event now serves as both a memorial and fundraiser for […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Construction workers cheer up patient

    It wasn't in the blueprints, but two construction workers ended up making a little girl with leukemia feel better, at least for a bit.
  • Rand Paul: ‘Fake’ conservative Donald Trump will lose GOP support

    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s supporters will abandon the mogul once they realize he is a fake conservative. “He’s about as fake as a conservative I’ve ever seen,” Paul told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes on Tuesday. Paul said Trump supporters haven’t yet figured out […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley boy funding crime cave one jar at a time

    A Valley boy is turning to the kindness of strangers to build a new and improved crime fighting cave. The Colten Cowell Memorial Crime Fighting Cave is a 5,000-square-foot homage to the television shows of yesteryear and also serves as a place where families in crisis can spend a few carefree hours laughing and making […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Dentist gives homeless man turned volunteer new smile

    A man who used to be homeless and is now dedicated to helping those in need has a new reason to smile. USA Today reports Harvor Davis was given a full dental rework by Dr. Lee Fitzgerald in Plano, Texas, as a thank you for Davis’ hard work. Davis works in the warehouse for a […]
  • Faith In Humanity: Officers shave heads in support of cancer-stricken coworker

    After noticing the struggle that a coworker struck with cancer had to go through, his coworkers decided to shave their heads in support.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group offers bags of hope to cancer patients

    When battling cancer, the phrase “the more the merrier” is applicable in a lot of ways, but a big one people miss out on is supplies. A Valley charity, founded by a cancer survivor, distributes bags to women with cancer with the little supplies most people would forget about when fighting for their lives. From […]
  • Faith In Humanity: Dad recycles old crayons for children in need

    Bryan Ware's startup project, The Crayon Initiative, boils down and repurposes old crayons in order for children in need to create their latest masterpiece.
  • University of Alabama sorority recruitment video causes stir online

    For some, college life includes being part of a fraternity or sorority. Both sides of Greek life go all-out to get new recruits with online productions. The annual videos are rarely given a second glance, save for those who are considering joining (aka “rushing”) a sorority or fraternity. At cursory glance, the videos appear to […]
  • Young girl with rare bone disorder leads fundraising charge for Texas hospital

    Eight-year-old Addy Bryan is one determined little girl. Afflicted with a rare bone disorder in both of her legs that caused her knees to be backwards at birth, Addy spent years undergoing treatment and rehabilitation at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas.  Though the road to getting back on her feet and leading a […]
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group gives low-cost medical, dental care

    It seems that, no matter how long Congress argues about or passes reforms, the cost of health care keeps going up. For some, that means medical or dental care is simply not in the budget. A Valley nonprofit, the Neighborhood Christian Clinic, is looking to change that. Through volunteer efforts and donations, the clinic provides […]