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  • Ex-president of Mexico criticizes U.S. role in drug trade

    The former president of Mexico is calling on the United States to curb Americans' appetite for illegal drugs.
  • Plea entered for Valley teacher in sex case

    A not guilty plea was entered for a Phoenix elementary school teacher accused of molesting a student and luring a minor online.
  • Arizona high court: No reserved water rights for state trust land

    Settling a decades-old battle, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that millions of acres of state trust land in Arizona have no federally reserved water rights.
  • Missy Franklin named Fiesta Bowl Parade grand marshal

    Olympic gold-medal winning swimmer Missy Franklin has been named Grand Marshal of the 2012 Fort McDowell Fiesta Bowl Parade.
  • Arsonist targeting East Valley cars

    Chandler Police are investigating a string of overnight car fires.
  • In weak economy, more college grads are enlisting

    Hammering out push-ups and squats at a public park, Andrea Bloom and Kandice Talley are enduring the heat - and ant bites - like the rest of the new Army recruits taking part in an informal workout.
  • Atrial Fibrillation Month calls attention to silent killer

    One night in June 2010, Zach Lindsay did what many of us might do before bed: He had a cold drink of water.
  • Cities align with Gangplank to spur small-business growth

    Trying to establish his marketing firm, Forty Design Agency, James Archer has worked out his mother-in-law's dining room, a spare bedroom and a garage.
  • Credit pros advise caution applying for student loans

    Students planning for college may be looking for a way to pay for higher education, which could mean taking out a student loan.
  • Missile streaks across Valley skies

    Three New Mexico missiles created a spectacular predawn light show Thursday in the Valley.
  • Valley could bid for football championship games

    The bidding for sites to hold college football's national championship games after 2014 is set to start in the fall.
  • More parents opting not to immunize children

    More parents are asking for exemptions from school vaccine requirements.
  • KTAR’s Give-A-Thon for Phoenix Childrens Hospital: Teddy Bear Express

    Tim and Willy, Larry Gaydos, Jayme West and Phoenix Suns coach Alvin Gentry visit children at Phoenix Childrens Hospital to delivers teddy bears on the Teddy Bear Express as part of KTAR’s Give-A-Thon benefiting Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
  • The video that sparked the Libyan riots

    Below is the video that sparked the Libyan riots, which ended in the death of an American ambassador and three others. According to a statement released to CNN, the cast and crew were defrauded by the producer, who did not specify what the film was actually about. “The entire cast and crew are extremely upset […]
  • Man with world’s tallest mohawk visits New York City

    It turns out good hair can take you places.
  • Bad Need for a Budget

    Question: Chris in Texas is in the middle of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. They are always negative in their accounts and can’t figure out what’s wrong. He has $140 taken from his account every week and they have an income of about $85,000 a year. They owe $10,000 on her car, and their house payment is […]
  • Jeremy and Elizabeth Are Debt-Free!

    Jeremy and Elizabeth in Financial Peace Plaza are debt-free! They traveled from southern California after paying off $49,000 in seven months. Jeremy is a software engineer and expects to make $160,000 this year, up from $80,000. They are 22 years old and have only been married for a year. Hear the call! Download Dave’s show, […]
  • Glendale teacher arrested for molestation, luring

    A Glendale teacher who allegedly molested a young boy and attempted to lure another was arrested Sept. 7, the Phoenix Police Department said.
  • N.D. football player kicked off team for kissing boyfriend

    A freshman college linebacker has been kicked off the North Dakota State College of Sciences football team in Wahpeton for kissing his 65-year-old boyfriend over Labor Day weekend.
  • Recognizing pediatric pets at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

    I hope you already know that, in just a few hours, the KTAR Give-a-Thon for Phoenix Children's Hospital begins.