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  • Mistaken text message leads to act of kindness for PCH patient

    One missed digit on a text message led to an act of kindness that has raised more than $14,000 for a patient at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
  • Arizona sheriff: Fugitive who escaped from bondsmen arrested

    A North Carolina fugitive who was on the run for 10 days after escaping in rural eastern Arizona has been arrested in metro Phoenix.
  • Initial report of package explosion at US Postal office refuted

    Reports from the Phoenix Fire Department of a package explosion that spilled chemicals at a US Postal office turned out to be just nail polish remover.
  • Goodyear ranked among top 25 places to live in US

    Money.com recently released their list of the top 100 cities to live in America, and the City of Goodyear checks in at No. 22.
  • Google Calendar users should be cautious accepting invitations

    If you find a strange event in your Google calendar that includes a link to learn more or prepare for a meeting, it could be a trick to get you to click a malicious link.
  • Valley-based juice bar to open new location in Scottsdale in October

    Kaleidoscope Juice will open its fifth location in November at the Shops in Gainey Village. The juice bar offers a variety of fruit and vegetable juices.
  • ADOT inviting photographers to participate in annual contest

    The Arizona Department of Transportation is asking photographers to submit their best shots of the year for its annual contest.
  • Tucson ranked most fun city in Arizona by WalletHub

    In a recent study conducted by WalletHub, Tucson was ranked as the most fun city in Arizona and No. 25 overall in the nation.
  • Weekend ozone health watch in effect for Phoenix area

    According to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, a health watch has been issued for Saturday and Sunday for the Phoenix area.
  • Arizona legislator Boyer wants salary cap for city officials

    An Arizona legislator has said city officials shouldn't earn more than Gov. Doug Ducey and would introduce a measure to ensure it.
  • Man too young to drink arrested for wrong-way DUI in north Phoenix

    DPS arrested Garrett William Ruby on two counts of aggravated DUI and one count of felony endangerment following a Sept. 15 wrong-way driving incident.
  • US to send troops to Saudi Arabia, hold off on striking Iran

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon on Friday announced it will deploy additional U.S. troops and missile defense equipment to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, as President Donald Trump has at least for now put off any immediate military strike on Iran in response to the attack on the Saudi oil industry. Defense Secretary […]
  • Silver Alert issued for missing 74-year-old Glendale man

    Authorities issued a Silver Alert on Friday for a 74-year-old Glendale man who hasn’t been seen since the start of the week.
  • Man convicted of killing Tempe fire captain fails in bid for new trial

    The man convicted in July of murdering an off-duty Tempe Fire Department captain in Scottsdale last year had his request for a new trial rejected Friday.
  • Arizona’s rate of women killed by men is among highest in US

    A newly released study based on the most recently available data found that women are killed by men in Arizona at one of the highest rates in the country.
  • Valley man sentenced to over 4 years for threatening girls to get nudes

    A Valley man was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in prison Thursday for threatening underage girls in order to get nude photos from them. 
  • Fife Symington, Paul Johnson on life after Arizona politics

    Former Arizona Gov. Fife Symington, a Republican, and former Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson, a Democrat, join consultant Chuck Coughlin and Mike this week.
  • Circular Phoenix home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright to be auctioned off

    Phoenix’s Circular Sun House, the last residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is going up for auction after failing sell while listed for $2.65 million.
  • Nurses in Arizona and nationwide walked off job on Friday

    Registered nurses staged a one-day strike against Tenet Health hospitals in Florida, California and Arizona on Friday, demanding higher wages and better working conditions.
  • Taco Bell Cantina to open on Mill Avenue in Tempe by end of year

    Taco Bell is bringing its trendy, alcohol-serving Cantina concept to Tempe’s Mill Avenue in the space formerly occupied by the venerable Restaurant Mexico.