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  • Scripture of the Day 06.27.12

    Romans 12:10 — Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves. Follow @KTAR923
  • State health officials confirm West Nile virus case

    Arizona health officials said they have confirmed the first case of West Nile Virus of the state's monsoon season.
  • Deputies seize 50 lbs. of heroin at Phoenix home

    Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies have seized 50 pounds of heroin and arrested two men in the case who are illegal immigrants.
  • Ala. is lab for Ariz.-style immigration provision

    Associated Press PELHAM, Ala. (AP) – Moments after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the “show me your papers” provision of Arizona’s immigration law, the switchboard lit up at one of Alabama’s largest Spanish-language radio stations as worried listeners called in. “They’re wanting to know if they’re going to get stopped or arrested,” said Orlando Rosa, […]
  • Alaska woman stabbed to death in Scottsdale

    A Fairbanks woman who recently moved to Arizona has been stabbed to death.
  • Surprise lures diesel-engine builder from Phoenix

    A diesel-engine manufacturer is expected to create at least 120 jobs with a planned assembly plant in Surprise.
  • Phoenix officers sue over 2010 inquiry

    Three Phoenix police officers as well as one officer's wife sued the state's top prosecutors Tuesday.
  • Ex-Fiesta Bowl CEO gets job with charity

    Former Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker, who is awaiting sentencing for his role in a scandal involving the top college bowl game, has found a job at a charity.
  • Valley residents to become US citizens on July 4

    A naturalization ceremony next week will welcome 250 Phoenix-area residents as new citizens.
  • ASU police to use ‘bait bikes’ to nab thieves

    Over 500 bicycles have been stolen from Arizona State University's campus in the last year.
  • Hooters-style restaurants enjoy boom in business

    The country's top "breastaurant" chains behind Hooters each had sales growth of 30 percent or more last year.
  • Non-profit group helps start-ups get off ground

    24th Street and Washington Avenue is home to what used to be a bank.
  • Arizona tourism preps for possible SB 1070 backlash

    The original passage of SB 1070 had a negative impact on Arizona's tourism industry.
  • State, national rankings vary on Arizona students’ performance

    A national assessment put the number of proficient Arizona fourth-grade readers at just 26 percent.
  • Tempe, Valley Metro mulling aligned bus service

    Tempe considers merging its bus contract with Valley Metro by next summer.
  • Thieves target Peoria school buses

    Peoria police said thieves have stolen about two dozen vehicle batteries and damaged a dozen buses at the Peoria Unified School District's support service center.
  • Hispanic leaders: 1070 ruling doesn’t resolve issue

    James Garcia, director of strategic communication and policy with Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, said parts of SB 1070 upheld by the justices creates a negative image for the state.
  • Pay-by-smartphone parking coming to Phoenix

    By late July, there will be a new way to pay for parking in downtown Phoenix.
  • Valley Metro adjusting service hours for July 4

    Valley residents who rely on public transportation may need to plan other means of transportation on July 4.
  • Phoenix energy program will pay users to save power

    The City of Phoenix is pushing a program to get both businesses and homeowners to be more energy efficient.