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  • South Korean music video goes viral

    We're going to apologize in advance for what you're about to see.
  • Tucson among worst cities for cell reception

    If you need to make a phone call, Tucson may not be the best place to do so.
  • Fugitive arrested after chase in Phoenix

    A felon was arrested Tuesday morning following a high-speed chase through the heart of Phoenix.
  • Phoenix radio hosts involved in war of words

    First off, we swear we didn't do it.
  • Honesty is best policy in Tempe

    Unscientific though it may be, a survey shows that Tempe is a pretty honest city.
  • Scripture of the Day 08.21.12

    Daniel 1:8 — But Daniel resolved not to defile himself with the royal food and wine, and he asked the chief official for permission not to defile himself this way. Follow @KTAR923
  • Grade ‘A’ learning: Mesa elementary is ‘cool school’

    A Mesa elementary school has earned a "cool school" rating from a national parenting magazine.
  • Mesa Gateway “POI”-sed for new service

    Valley vacationers will have more opportunities to get "leid".
  • Valley political strategists have differing views on Ryan

    Conservative political strategist Stan Barnes with Copperstate Consulting had reservations about Mitt Romney selecting Paul Ryan as his running mate.
  • Many Grand Canyon buses failed inspections

    An inspection of tourist buses in the Grand Canyon last week turned up major safety violations.
  • Gilbert incidents show difficulty of hate-crime cases

    Since March, someone has repeatedly banged on the front door of Felix Bermea's Gilbert home, set bushes on fire and written profanities on the kids' furniture after breaking in.
  • Mesa officer pushes for young driver safety

    As more young people slide behind the wheel, one Mesa police officer is driving home an important safety message.
  • ASU introducing online real estate certification program

    The real estate industry is evolving and so is the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
  • ‘Sharpie parties’ ruining foreclosed homes

    Valley realtors are keeping a close eye on a growing crime that involves a destructive flash mob in foreclosed homes.
  • Wife’s idea leads to delicious Valley business

    One Valley man gave his wife her wish and it's paying off for the couple's business.