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  • 3 Arizona cities receive perfect score in LGBTQ equality index

    Phoenix received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index, the city announced this week. 
  • Gilbert Days Parade to roll through East Valley town this weekend

    If you love a parade, Gilbert is the place to be Saturday morning. The Gilbert Days festivities also include a half-marathon and a three-day rodeo.
  • Hail falls across Phoenix area, but storms are heading out of town

    Hail fell across the Phoenix area Thursday afternoon and a potential tornado fizzled out, but the end was in sight for this week's storm activity.
  • Snow more waiting: Arizona ski resorts open this weekend

    Get out your skies and snowboards. It's time for Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff to open for its winter sports season, starting Friday.
  • Man allegedly kills mother with ‘bladed object’ in Phoenix

    A man allegedly killed his 74-year-old mother with a "bladed object" this week near Seventh Street and Indian School Road, according to Phoenix police. 
  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged in scandals

    Israel's attorney general has formally charged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a series of corruption scandals.
  • Snow makes 1st showing of season in Flagstaff with more to come

    Arizona's high country has gotten its first snowfall of the season and more was on its way Thursday.
  • Wrong-way driver stopped after 12 miles on Phoenix-area freeway

    A wrong-way driver went 12 miles on a Phoenix-area freeway early Thursday before he was forced to stop, authorities said.
  • Oscar Mayer Wienermobile to make stops in Valley this weekend

    The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile will make stops at Walmarts in Chandler, Glendale and Mesa over a four-day span.
  • Buried by barriers: Hefty child care costs limit job-seeking single parents

    Rachel, a Mesa mom, said that after she lost her job, her children were her top priority. But finding a job that accomodated everyone was a challenge.
  • Expansion of southeast Valley freeway could start in a year

    Southeast Valley residents are getting an expanded freeway -- two lanes each way -- at least temporarily.
  • Alice Cooper’s annual Phoenix benefit features original band, Johnny Depp

    Alice Cooper is getting the band back together, with some additional star power, for his annual Phoenix benefit show next month.
  • Get festive with the 2019 KTAR News holiday events map

    There may not be snow on the ground in the Phoenix area, but that won't stop people in the Valley from marking their calendars with holiday-themed events.
  • Country’s 1st car-free neighborhood coming to Tempe in 2020

    A real estate developer led by a pair of Phoenix natives is going all-in on the car-free lifestyle, with an innovative Tempe project as ground zero.
  • Former Trump adviser undercuts GOP impeachment defenses

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A former White House official said Thursday that President Donald Trump’s top European envoy was sent on a “domestic political errand” seeking investigations of Democrats, stunning testimony that dismantled a main line of the president’s defense in the impeachment inquiry. In a riveting appearance on Capitol Hill, Fiona Hill also implored Republican […]
  • Democrats revive ‘Medicare for All’ fight at Atlanta debate

    The top Democratic presidential candidates spent large chunks of prime-time television clashing over "Medicare for All" - again.
  • Silver Alert canceled after missing Sun City man found safe

    A Silver Alert was canceled after an 87-year-old Sun City man who suffers from dementia was found safe Thursday.
  • Phoenix extends $15 minimum wage to year-round part-time workers

    Seven months after Phoenix raised its minimum wage to $15 for full-time employees, the city’s part-timers are getting in on the action.
  • Lights of the World holiday show to take over Phoenix fairgrounds

    Lights of the World will run four nights a week plus holidays until Jan. 12 at the state fairgrounds near 19th Avenue and McDowell Road.
  • Impeachment hearings takeaways: `Everyone was in the loop’

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Gordon Sondland, President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, bolstered Democrats’ impeachment narrative Wednesday as he repeatedly talked of a “quid pro quo” involving Ukraine. He said “everyone was in the loop” about President Donald Trump’s push for Ukraine to announce investigations into a Ukraine gas company and the 2016 U.S. […]