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  • Booing on all the boo birds

    Do you mind doing me a favor?
  • NASCAR Sprint Cup semifinal coming to Phoenix

    Another big NASCAR race is coming to the Valley.
  • Brewer: Arizona ranks second in U.S. for solar systems

    Arizona ranks second in the nation when it comes to the installation of solar systems, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said on Tuesday.
  • Bruce St. James reviews Madden 13

    Bruce St. James considers himself a video game expert and gives his review on the latest version of Madden 13.
  • How to talk to kids about 9/11

    As today's anniversary calls to mind, once again, images of the terrorist attacks 11 years ago, parents across the U.S. wonder how to best approach the topic with their children.
  • Police searching for suspects in man’s death

    Police are searching for a suspect or suspects who killed a man early Tuesday morning.
  • KTAR, Tim and Willy, announce content partnership

    KTAR and longtime Arizona radio personalities Tim and Willy have announced a partnership that will include the development of original digital content to be distributed at KTAR.com, TimandWilly.com and through social media channels.
  • Young boy found in Glendale apartment pool

    A 3-year-old boy was pulled out of a pool at an apartment complex on Tuesday near 51st Ave. and Peoria.
  • Scripture of the Day 09.11.12

    Proverbs 11:17 — A kind man benefits himself. Follow @KTAR923
  • Peoria fire chief remembers assisting with 9/11

    It's a day of remembrance across both the nation and the Valley, but for one fire chief, Sept. 11 means digging through rubble.
  • Father arrested for abuse after leaving daughter to drink

    A Mesa father was arrested over the weekend after allegedly leaving his 3-year-old daughter alone while he went to drink.
  • City: Quartzsite police chief fired while on vacation

    Former Quartzsite Police Chief Jeff Gilbert was informed Tuesday while on vacation that he was being terminated from his position, the city said in a release.
  • Rollover crash closes part of State Route 87

    An oil tanker rollover crash closed State Route 87 on Tuesday.
  • Scottsdale police investigate shooting

    Scottsdale police are investigating a shooting that injured one man late Monday night.
  • Nearly 60 gaming devices seized in Phoenix area

    The Arizona Department of Gaming said nearly 60 illegal gambling devices have been seized at more than 40 locations across the Phoenix metropolitan area.
  • Glendale flower shop gives away roses for 17th year

    Volunteers have wrapped roses by the dozen for the 17th year of "Pass it on Day" at the Tulip Tree in Glendale.
  • Tower girder piece makes stop in Phoenix

    A piece of a girder from the World Trade Center was on display inside of Sky Harbor Terminal 4 on the 11th anniversary of Sept. 11.
  • Valley above average for monsoon rainfall

    The 2012 monsoon has delivered twice as much rainfall as last year (1.6 inches) and more rain than we get in the typical summer storm season.
  • Go Daddy up, running, disputes hacker attack

    Scottsdale-based web host GoDaddy has disputed claims from a hacker who took responsibility for disrupting service to the domain registrar.
  • Chandler firefighters honor 9/11 victims

    After the attacks on 9/11, Chandler firefighters wanted to honor the victims in their own way. The department applied for a steel beam from one of the towers.