Top Clicks of September 2017

Each month in 2017, will feature the top 10 stories from the past month.

Septembers’s headlines on our site were dominated by several amazing Arizona homes hitting the real estate market, including one in the north Valley that was once a train station in a small Arizona town.

Other stories about some of the best restaurants to try during Arizona Restaurant Week were also popular, along with the continued fallout of President Donald Trump’s political rally that ended with protesters being hit with pepper spray and other deterrents.

Kidnapping victim from California spotted in Phoenix areaA kidnapping victim from California was spotted at a Starbucks in Goodyear Sunday morning before she was forced to leave with her suspected abductor. Read the full story.more
Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker buys Paradise Valley home for $3.25 millionPhoenix Suns guard Devin Booker has held a special place in the Valley since he was drafted two years ago. Read the full story.more
Westbound US 60 reopens after deadly accidentAuthorities said a pedestrian was hit by a car and killed early Tuesday, the accident shutting down a Phoenix-area freeway. Read the full story.more
Three Arizona cities named most prosperous, one most distressedThree cities in Arizona have been ranked among the most prosperous in the country, while one Arizona city has been ranked as the most distressed city in the nation.Read the full story.more
Opinion: Stanton cracked on police response to Phoenix Trump protestThe circus that was Wednesday’s Phoenix City Council meeting was brought to you exclusively by Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton. Read the full story.more
Bon appetit! Seven places you should try during Arizona Restaurant WeekFor the next week, Arizonans will be able to try some of the state’s best eateries at a discounted price during Arizona Restaurant Week. Read the full story.more
Best Phoenix-area spots to celebrate National Cheeseburger DayWith Monday being National Cheeseburger Day, it may be time to start your week by busting out the grill again. Read the full story.more
Didn’t win the HGTV Dream Home in Scottsdale? You can buy it for $1.25MIf you entered the HGTV competition to win a dream home in Scottsdale, but didn’t win, your second chance just hit the market. Read the full story.more
British man becomes first person to swim across Hoover DamA British man has become the first person to swim across the Hoover Dam on the border of Arizona and Nevada — and live to tell the tale. Read the full story.more
Top story: Former Arizona train depot turned Phoenix home for sale for $1MA building that began its life as a train station in a northern Arizona town and is now a home in Phoenix has been listed for $1 million.Read the full story.more