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  • Video shows another killer whale attack at Sea World

    We've all heard about the fatal attack by a killer whale on a Sea World trainer in 2010, but new video shows that the attack wasn't an isolated incident.
  • Pinal County offering free back-to-school immunizations

    Pinal County students who have not been immunized against common childhood diseases can get the necessary shots for free before heading back to school, the county said in a press release.
  • New I-10 ramps in Goodyear to open this week

    One Goodyear road will have direct access to Interstate 10 later this week, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • Tucson man sentenced in shooting death of teenager

    A Tucson man has been sentenced to two seven-year prison terms in connection with a home invasion that turned deadly.
  • Young children beginning to favor energy drinks

    Energy drinks have been popular with adults for years, but now kids as young as four are starting to drink them.
  • Arizona building two new solar power plants

    Expect more solar panels to drape across Arizona's deserts in the future.
  • Two Valley hospitals requesting former patients be tested for Hepatitis C

    Two Valley hospitals are requesting that former patients undergo confidential testing after a former employee tested positive for Hepatitis C.
  • Pinal Co. sheriffs seize 518 lbs. of marijuana

    Pinal County sheriffs seized 518 pounds of marijuana and arrested five this week.
  • Christmas trees could cost more greenbacks

    There are five months until Christmas Day and it might take that long to save up for the tree.
  • Valley researcher: AIDS vaccine 5-10 years away

    Will we see a cure for AIDS in our lifetime?
  • Arizona car sales take big jump

    New data suggests Arizonans are spending a little more cash on cars these days.
  • Gilbert police turn to Mesa crime lab for help

    Gilbert investigators who need crime scene processing, DNA analysis, toxicology or other reports will now submit evidence to Mesa's crime lab.
  • Scoring big: Arizona Cardinals introduce cellphone app

    The Arizona Cardinals took the field for their first practice in Flagstaff on Wednesday and you can follow all the action on your cellphone.
  • Colorado shooting causes spike in gun sales

    Colorado gun sales have spiked more than 40 percent since last Friday's shootings at a theater near Denver and that comes as no surprise to a Valley gun shop owner.
  • Blake’s Bumps for 07.24.12

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