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  • Stephen Colbert talks SB 1070 decision

    We here in Arizona know how important the SB 1070 decision is, but sometimes it's fun to have a laugh at our own expense.
  • The state of right vs. land of law

    State’s rights have been on the front pages and the lead stories for the last few months. The foundation of the controversial SB 1070 law goes to the the fundamental questions as to whether there is something sacrosanct and untouchable about how individual states interpret and conduct their laws. When does federal law trump state […]
  • Blake’s Bumps for 06.28.12

    Rush The Spirit Of Radio Casting Crowns Set Me Free Death Cab for Cutie Cath… The Delays Nearer Than Heaven Gotye I Feel Better Norah Jones Say Goodbye Living Colour Cult Of Personality Tears for Fears Break It Down Again DC Talk Between You and Me Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Movies in a Minute – Magic Mike

    Mike, a male stripper, takes a young performer under his wing and teaches him the lifestyle of male stripping. Bruce St. James said, “Guys, it’s actually not that bad!” Find out what rating Bruce gave Magic Mike in this episode of “Movies in a Minute.”
  • Birthday Money Is a Last Resort

    Question: Ron on Facebook asks what the best way is to save or use money for a baby who receives money for a birthday. Dave explains. Answer: I don’t keep savings bonds because they’re a lousy rate of return. I cash them in. I do something else with them. If you cannot feed your child […]
  • Setting a Pattern in Your Life

    Question: Heidi in North Carolina is having a hard time explaining to her daughter Alex the principles of staying out of debt. Alex is in her second year of college, and she wants some independence. She has saved $2,000 for a car, while Heidi has agreed to match another $2,000. Alex wants a $6,000 car […]
  • Movies in a Minute – Brave

    Princess Merida’s parents have plans for her future that she doesn’t agree with. Merida takes life into her own hands and causes peril in her Scotland town. She must use her bravery to correct her mistake and make things right again. Bruce St. James said the movie seemed to be lacking the classic Disney moral. […]
  • Poco Fire at 85 percent containment

    The Poco Fire near Young, Ariz. is now 85 percent contained and control of the fire will be turned over to the Tonto National Forest.
  • Health care law survives _ with Roberts’ help

    Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – America’s historic health care overhaul, certain now to touch virtually every citizen’s life, narrowly survived an election-year battle at the Supreme Court Thursday with the improbable help of conservative Chief Justice John Roberts. But the ruling, by a 5-4 vote, also gave Republicans unexpected ammunition to energize supporters for the […]
  • Paul Babeu: Eric Holder contempt charges not enough

    Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu has been one of Arizona's most outspoken figures on illegal immigration and he said Attorney General Eric Holder should face criminal charges in connection with Operation Fast and Furious.
  • Paradise Valley man dies in court after being convicted

    A Paradise Valley man, who collapsed after he was convicted of deliberately burning down his $3.5 million mansion in 2009, has died.
  • Scripture of the Day 06.28.12

    1 Samuel 2:30 — Those who honor me, I will honor. Follow @KTAR923
  • ‘Tosh.0’ pokes fun at Phoenix flashlight bombs

    Comedian Daniel Tosh's blog has poked fun at Wednesday's potential flashlight bomb near a Phoenix Police Department building.
  • Gas prices in state down for 12th week in row

    Gasoline prices in Arizona have fallen for the 12th consecutive week at the pumps.
  • Man pleads guilty in kidnapping of Mesa girl

    A convicted child molester accused of briefly kidnapping a young Mesa girl last year has pleaded guilty in the case.
  • Tempe firefighter appeals termination

    A former Tempe firefighter facing criminal charges of pushing and kicking a fire official is asking for his job back.
  • Former legislator Patterson pulls N.M. job app

    A former Arizona legislator who resigned earlier this year amid domestic violence allegations has decided not to apply for job serving a New Mexico town.
  • Court rejects Arizona’s request on registration rule

    The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Arizona's request to let its proof-of-citizenship requirement for people registering to vote remain in effect as it appeals a ruling that found the mandate conflicts with federal law.
  • Alice Cooper opens teen center with ‘Rockfest’

    Shock-rocker Alice Cooper has opened what he calls a creative sanctuary where troubled teens can go when school's out.
  • Rep. Grijalva to hold immigration forums

    U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D- Ariz., will hold forums to discuss immigration policy changes made by President Barack Obama that would offer a chance for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to stay in the country and work.