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  • Peoria residents give city high marks

    A lot of people in the West Valley are apparently proud to be Peorians.
  • Researcher: More bees present in Arizona this year

    An Arizona researcher are warning that if bees are nearby, and you're not careful, it could be deadly.
  • Homebuilders can’t find enough qualified workers

    (AP) – U.S. builders and the subcontractors they depend on are struggling to hire fast enough to meet rising demand for new homes. Builders would be starting work on more homes _ and contributing more to the economy _ if they could fill more job openings. In the meantime, workers in the right locations with […]
  • Former Air Force Two in Mesa to be auctioned

    Have you ever wanted to fly in presidential style?
  • Sexual assaults in military sharply rise, Pentagon reports

    Days after a senior Air Force official responsible for sexual assault prevention programs is accused of sexual battery, the Pentagon releases a report indicating that the number of sexual assaults in the military is actually increasing.
  • ASU student takes 42 years to earn degree

    It may have taken over four decades, but Randy Sanders is now a graduate of Arizona State University.
  • Man arrested for threatening Jodi Arias courtroom

    An 18-year-old man was arrested Thursday after claiming to have planted explosives inside Jodi Arias' courtroom, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a release.
  • Mesa among top redneck cities in America

    Take a bow, Mesa, but don't let your camouflage hat drag on the ground.
  • Jodi Arias court hearing canceled on Thursday

    The first day of the penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial was reportedly canceled on Thursday.
  • Judge denies request to block Arizona mining company’s deal

    A Delaware judge is refusing to block the merger of mining company Freeport-McMoRan with oil and gas producer Plains Exploration & Production Co.