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  • The Dangers of Addiction

    Dave talks for a few minutes about the dangers of addiction. He explains how it affects everything from your money to your life. Hear the call! Download Dave’s show, commercial free, right here! Podcast Dave’s show! Follow @KTAR923
  • Fulton Homes hosting water safety event at Sunsplash

    Even if you don't have any plans to be around the pool this rainy weekend, Fulton Homes will be reminding people on Sunday that two seconds is too long when it comes to leaving kids near water unsupervised.
  • Morning storm knocks out power in Glendale

    A rainstorm left 1,400 SRP customers in Glendale without power Friday morning.
  • Chandler couple arrested in scam-burglary scheme

    A Chandler couple posing as real estate agents has been arrested in Pinal County on burglary charges.
  • Take measures to help ease child’s homesickness

    Homesickness happens in 96 percent of kids heading off to a two-week camp, according to experts at Summit Healthcare Healthy Steps.
  • Photo shows the beauty of an Arizona monsoon

    Here in Phoenix, we are all familiar with the monsoons and dust storms that Arizona brings.
  • Weekend events for July 14-15

    Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? This list below offers a few options.
  • Glendale job fair offers part-time positions

    If you're looking for a part-time job, University of Phoenix Stadium is looking for hire 500 people for special events throughout the year.
  • Mesa library offers job help, marketing skills

    Whether you're looking for a job or wanting to start your own business, a new job help hub in Mesa can help.
  • Humidity can take toll on air conditioner

    All of the moisture created by monsoon rains means it's critical the air conditioner is flushing properly.
  • Arizona ranks near the bottom in per-student spending

    Arizona had the third-lowest per-pupil spending on public elementary schools in the country in 2010,topping only Utah and Idaho, according to a recent Census Bureau report.
  • As election heats up, robocalls pour in

    It's a huge election year in Arizona, with several key races in the balance and of course the presidential election.
  • Javelinas, rattlesnakes posing threat to pets in Anthem

    Leticia Ernst of Anthem said her dog, Tiger, has already had a close encounter with a javelina on one of their walks through her neighborhood.
  • Weekend freeway restrictions July 13-16

    Drivers should expect a fairly light construction weekend in the Valley, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.
  • College mascots cover ‘Call Me Maybe’

    And the Internet craze of Carly Rae Jepsen's hit "Call Me Maybe" continues.