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  • Hit your target! Northern Arizona Shooting Range to fully open Saturday

    The Northern Arizona Shooting Range, located up north in Flagstaff, will be open in its entirety beginning Saturday, April 13.
  • Arizona city hires auditors to oversee business taxes

    Officials in an Arizona city have hired an auditing firm to oversee local business taxes in a bid to collect more revenue.
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  • Mr. Cumberbatch is a mean one in Seussically magical ‘The Grinch’

    Yarrow Cheney and Scott Mosier’s “The Grinch” follows the story of a green, Scrooge-like miser who tries to ruin Christmas for his pure-hearted neighbors.
  • Grand Canyon gap: AZ national parks need $531M to fix roads, buildings

    Arizona’s national parks are feeling their age and need a $531 million makeover on hundreds of roads and buildings that serve millions of annual visitors, park officials said. It’s a problem in national parks around the country, but financial rescue may be edging closer.
  • Senior living checklist: Understanding your options

    Care Options for Senior Living JAYME: I’m Jayme West from Arizona’s Morning News on KTAR. We’re going to go a little deeper into our conversation about Senior Care for Mom and Dad. Donna Taylor from Lifestream Complete Senior Living is here, and in Part 1 we were talking about how to start that conversation…but now […]
  • 5 kitchen design trends on a budget

    These five Modern Kitchen Trends will bring your kitchen back to life, without killing your budget.
  • Two women arrested for doing illegal dental work in Glendale

    Melissa M. Pavey and Jolene E. Houchens were accused of performing unlicensed tooth extractions and other dental procedures by utilizing drills, lasers and surgical tools.
  • Country Thunder sees record attendance of 30,000

    The Pinal County Sheriff's Office implemented public service announcements before and during Country Thunder to warn about topics including drugs, alcohol and sexual assault.
  • Adopt a Highway volunteers cleaned 1,500 miles of highway last year

    They also collected 14,000 bags of trash, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. It saved taxpayers half a million dollars.