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  • Hiking in Arizona named one of world’s top desert activities

    For Valley residents, one of the top desert attractions in the world is not far away.
  • Canada closing Phoenix consulate, four others

    The Canadian government is closing five consulates in the United States, including Phoenix.
  • Grieving Phoenix father makes final plans for daughter

    In a matter of seconds, Lindsay Chaulk's life was turned upside down.
  • Police motorcycle officer injured in Phoenix crash

    A Phoenix police motorcycle officer is in the hospital after colliding with an Salt River Project truck near 43rd Avenue and Northern.
  • Leniency urged for former Arizona lawmaker

    An Arizona congressman is among those urging leniency for a former state legislator potentially facing many years in prison for defrauding a charity he formerly headed of nearly $145,000.
  • Sun City West woman arrested for elder, child abuse

    A Sun City West woman has been arrested and charged with elder and child abuse.
  • 5 household products you’ll never have to buy again

    This week on Pinterest: Do-it-yourself alternatives for household products from the kitchen to the bathroom.
  • Video games, porn hook young men, with sad consequences

    Young men's brains light up, demanding more and more video games and porn to get the same buzz. And it's stealing their ambition and ruining their futures, experts say.
  • The costs of adopting or having a baby

    Having a baby is about love, whether you're adopting or giving birth, but there are financial obligations involved as well.
  • Box office predictions: Another theme and variation on Snow White tale with week’s new release

    "Men in Black 3" took the box office by storm last weekend, beating "The Avengers" for the first place throne atop the Top 5 list. Now faced with new competition, alien fantasy will fight fairy tale as "Snow White and the Huntsman" debuts.
  • Tombstone striking out in courts in water fight

    Tombstone calls itself ``the town too tough to die'' thanks to an Old West history that includes the shootout at the OK Corral, but the tiny southeastern Arizona city says the health and safety of its modern-day residents are imperiled by unreasonable U.S. Forest Service officials.
  • Phoenix pools open to slow start

    The city of Phoenix is preparing to reopen its community swimming pools for the busy summer season.
  • Man arrested for small fire in Arizona forest

    A man has been arrested for allegedly starting a fire in a northern Arizona forest by walking away from a campfire and violating federal restrictions.
  • Body of Arizona teen recovered from Lake Mead

    Authorities have recovered the body of an Arizona teenager who got caught in the undertow of a water gate in the Lake Mead National Recreational Area.
  • Feds seize 241 pounds of marijuana in Yuma area

    Federal authorities say they have seized more than 240 pounds of abandoned marijuana in the Yuma area.
  • Suspicious flashlight found at Phoenix thrift store

    Phoenix Police are investigating the discovery of a possible flashlight bomb at a thrift store at Bell Road and 19th Avenue.
  • Victim in southern Ariz. shooting sues FBI

    The surviving victim of a 2009 Arivaca home invasion that left a young girl and her father dead says the FBI should have prevented their deaths.
  • Abused 4-year-old Valley girl dies

    A 4-year-old Phoenix girl who was in the hospital after being beaten by her mother, has died.
  • East Valley software firm expects to add 700 jobs

    An Arizona software company setting up headquarters in Chandler could bring as many as 700 new jobs.
  • ADEQ issues another ozone health advisory

    Environmental regulators have issued an ozone high pollution advisory for the Phoenix metropolitan area on Friday.