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  • Diamondbacks, United Way team up to end hunger

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are part of an effort to get food to the needy.
  • Arizona is middle of road in charitable donations

    When it comes to charitable donations, Arizona is slightly better than the middle of the road.
  • Weapon sales by United States tripled in 2011

    A new report by the Congressional Research Service said worldwide weapon sales by the United States have tripled in 2011.
  • ESPN: Phoenix teams not dressed for success

    The Diamondbacks. The Cardinals. The Suns. Their play on the field has been questionable at times this year. One sports writer says, on top of that, their uniforms aren't that great either.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks president talks about Mark Grace arrest

    The Arizona Diamondbacks say they don't know when Mark Grace will return to the broadcast booth.
  • Gilbert searching for alleged sexual assault suspect

    The Gilbert Police Department is attempting to locate a man who allegedly broke into a residence on Sunday night and attempted to sexually assault the inhabitant.
  • Child finds gun allegedly left by police chief

    An Arizona police chief is being investigated after allegedly leaving his handgun in an apartment.
  • Sarah Palin speaks on Gilbert candidate’s behalf

    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spoke on behalf of congressional candidate Kirk Adams in Gilbert on Monday afternoon.
  • Teenage girl allegedly groped at Gilbert bus stop

    Police are searching for two older boys who allegedly groped a 14-year-old girl at a Gilbert bus stop on Friday.
  • Honda Accord tops stolen car list for Arizona

    Honda Accord owners in Arizona may want to consider investing in an upgraded security system.
  • John McCain named most powerful Republican on foreign policy

    Arizona Sen. John McCain has been named the most powerful Republican when it comes to foreign policy.
  • Arizona group urging Latinos to vote

    There's a last minute push to remind Valley residents to get out and vote on Tuesday.
  • Phoenix school placed on lockdown for short time

    Maurice C. Cash Elementary School at 35th Avenue and Roeser Road was locked down on Monday, after a former student allegedly fired shots.
  • Former Arizona judge responds to call for Isaac aid

    A former Maricopa County Superior Court judge who stepped up to help the Red Cross deal with Hurricane Katrina is on the way back to the Gulf Coast.
  • Thieves steal almost 40 school bus batteries

    Police are searching for suspects in the weekend theft of 36 batteries from school buses belonging to the Laveen School District.
  • Mistake Peak Fire fully contained

    The Mistake Peak Fire has been fully contained, according to authorities.
  • 1 dead in Phoenix car crash

    A fatal overnight collision has closed the intersection at 51st Avenue and Indian Shool Road.
  • Most struggling homeowners are 40, younger

    A new report from Zillow says the nation's housing market is recovering but more than half of the homeowners under the age of 40 are underwater on their homes.
  • Arpaio to speak at zoo near GOP convention

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will address a large audience of delegates at the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Monday, but the sheriff won't be delivering his speech on center stage.
  • A first for Phoenix: Topless march along Central Avenue

    They came to protest what they call clothing inequality.