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  • Faith in Humanity: Boy raises $10,000 to give hand sanitizer to Flint, Mich. schools

    Seven-year-old Isiah Britt raised more than $10,000 to buy hand sanitizer for elementary schools in Flint, Michigan, in order to keep themselves from getting sick and avoiding the use of tap water.
  • Maricopa county attorney: Apple-FBI dispute is a ‘very real issue’ in Arizona

    Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said he has investigations stymied by encrypted iPhones, which is why he backs the FBI in its dispute with Apple.
  • Faith in Humanity: Phoenix-based organization aims to mentor fathers

    Father Matters, a Phoenix-based organization, aims to give fathers a strong mentor in their lives and teach them how to become a mentor of their own.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Zoolander 2’

    Fifteen years after the original "Zoolander" debuted on the big screen, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson -- uh, I mean Derek Zoolander and Hansel -- are back! And this time, they're bigger than ever.
  • Faith in Humanity: Maggie’s Place gives struggling pregnant women a home

    Phoenix nonprofit Maggie's Place gives struggling pregnant women somewhere to go.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Durant’s Never Closes’

    I wanted so badly to like "Durant's Never Closes." After all, I've been to Durant's many a time and wanted to learn more about the place.
  • Get Outdoors Rookie Camp with Bruce St. James: Deep sea fishing

    This month, I picked on Bruce St. James. He had his first sport fishing -- aka deep-sea fishing -- experience on a recent trip to Guatemala.
  • Faith in Humanity: Group works to repair Valley veterans’ homes

    House of Heroes offers those who served and their spouses minor repairs and home improvements at no cost to veterans.
  • Cha-ching! How to protect yourself and your money in a Powerball office pool

    KTAR News' Legal Analyst Monica Lindstrom spoke with Pamela Hughes and Mike Russell to share how workers can protect themselves and their money if they take part in an Powerball office pool.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘The Revenant’

    It's only the beginning of January, but the Leonardo DiCaprio-led "The Revenant" is going to be one of the best films of the year.
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group looking to help foster families

    One Valley charity, Arizona Helping Hands, is working to help foster parents raise children.
  • Bruce St. James runs down his top films of 2015

    As we move into 2016 and -- more importantly -- awards season, there's going to be a lot of hype surrounding some of last year's best films.
  • Father outraged, claims TSA ‘groped’ daughter during screening

    A father said he is outraged after his 10-year-old daughter was screened by the TSA during a recent trip.
  • New year, new you: Here are 10 words to add to your vocabulary in 2016

    Switch up your New Year's Resolutions by adding more complex words to your vocabulary, starting with this list of 10 new, old words from USA Today.
  • Climatologist: El Nino will turn Phoenix into Seattle this year

    The ongoing El Nino weather pattern will have the Phoenix area looking a lot more like a Pacific Northwest city this year, a climatologist said Wednesday.
  • Grab the popcorn: Bruce St. James’ top 10 movies of 2015

    We had our resident reviewer Bruce St. James give his rundown of the 10 best movies of the year and put them in order.
  • KTAR hosts revisit the most impactful stories of 2015

    These are the stories we go home and can't get off of our minds, the ones we talk about around our dinner tables, the ones we explain to our kids.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘The Hateful Eight’

    KTAR News' Bruce St. James sits down to review Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight," a post-Civil War action-packed Western starring Jeff Bridges and Samuel L. Jackson.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Concussion’

    The saga of the National Football League and brain injuries is brought to light by Will Smith's latest film, "Concussion."
  • Faith in Humanity: Valley group seeks to end homelessness

    A Valley group is working with both families and individuals to bring an end to homelessness in the Phoenix area.