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  • Body of Phoenix woman recovered in Grand Canyon

    Officials said the woman had been hiking off-trail and taking photographs with family when she accidentally stepped off the edge.
  • Warm, clear weather forecast for Valley during Fourth of July weekend

    Valley residents will be able to enjoy a holiday weekend of warm, clear weather, according to the National Weather Service.
  • Here’s what you need to know about photo copyrights and social media

    The term copyright when it comes to any type of creative works is pretty much what it sounds like: the right to copy.
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  • General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on KTAR News HD Channel

    KTAR News will broadcast the 190th annual General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on its HD channel (HD-2).
  • Greater Phoenix Chamber Response to COVID-19

    The Greater Phoenix Chamber has been taking care of businesses for over 130 years, and through uncertain times, you can be certain that we are going to serve our members and our community no matter what. We have gathered information on available resources and answers to frequently asked questions. Click the link below for the […]
  • Somburros ‘Random Acts of Burros’

    With the outpouring of support from the community with people wanting to find a way to join in to help, introducing Random Acts of Burros!  Send a Someburros Care Package to whoever YOU want including Hospitals, Emergency Rooms, your favorite grocery stores, a fire station, police station, or even a friend in need. You say […]
  • UArizona granted $1.5M to study firefighters’ health risks

    Firefighters risk their lives when battling out-of-control blazes, but there is increasing concern that they also face significant health risks from lesser-known per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)
  • College campus in Surprise celebrating $57M in new construction

    Ottawa University-Arizona's campus in Surprise is about to commemorate the completion of three major construction projects totaling $57 million.