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  • Phoenix condo market takes aim at Gen Y with midtown sites

    Condominium living is on the rise in midtown Phoenix and developers are trying to attract Gen Y buyers to midtown.
  • Very cool: Dog teaches self to drink from fridge water dispenser

    The wait for water is over: Max the dog teaches himself to drink from his family's fridge door dispenser.
  • A look at Arizona policing changes 1 year after Ferguson

    It has been nearly a year since a police officer shot Michael Brown to death in Ferguson, Missouri, which has led to to legislative changes in the U.S., including Arizona.
  • Excessive heat to smother metro Phoenix this week

    Excessive heat will replace the monsoon conditions in Phoenix for at least a couple days this week.
  • Main Street Minute: Suburban Phoenix police get $40K grant

    The Glendale Police Department was awarded $40,00 from the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.
  • People fail: Hitchhiking robot’s trip across US meets quick, brutal end

    A hitchhiking robot's trip across the U.S. came to an abrupt end in Philadelphia.
  • ‘Trump Force One’ the plane that carries Donald Trump from campaign stop to campaign stop

    The key to any successful presidential campaign is the ability to travel coast-to-coast, north to south and from big cities to small towns. For Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, his ability to travel includes his own private Boeing 757-200 jet he’s owned since 2011. The jet, which was built in 1991, has been dubbed by some […]
  • Turkey call or a puppy sneeze? You be the judge

    At first you might think that sounded like a turkey or a turkey call of some sorts. But on closer inspection it was labeled on You Tube an epic Pomeranian puppy sneeze.
  • Coffee company shows off the ‘High Voltage Ejector Bed’

    Everyone eventually figures out their most effective way to get out of bed in the morning, but the coffee company Taylors is trying to change the game in this video.
  • How to avoid falling victim to major Android security flaw

    Q: I have an Android phone and just heard about the major security problem, so what do I do? A number of newly-discovered vulnerabilities in a central Android software component called Stagefright, which is used to play, process or record multimedia files, is estimated to affect up to 95 percent of Android users. According to […]

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