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  • Sen. McCain statement on Sept. 11 anniversary

    U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona released a statement regarding the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks: “Our shock over the enormity of the attack has long passed, as has the nation’s trauma, at least for those of us who did not lose loved ones on that terrible day. But we have not lost, and […]
  • ASU engineering school targets in-state recruits

    Arizona State University's Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering is targeting home-grown talent.
  • Study: Life insurance is too expensive

    A new study found that most Americans believe life insurance is too expensive.
  • Startup connects businesses with universities, research

    Matt Gottesman, who co-founded, a company offering a due-diligence analytics platform, is looking for two things to put his business in a better position: seed funding and additional technologies.
  • Stanton: Ethics task force will promote accountability

    A committee tasked with evaluating the city's ethics standards will promote transparency, openness and accountability, Mayor Greg Stanton said Monday.
  • Repatriation program for Mexican immigrants evolving

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security would like it to be known that reports of the death of a Mexican immigrant repatriation program have been greatly exaggerated.
  • Therapists turning to Wii-hab for patients’ recovery

    Physical therapists are playing a lot of golf these days, but it's for a good cause.
  • Survey: Arizona employers planning to hire soon

    After a dismal jobs report last Friday, the Valley appears to be bucking the national trend as more employers will be hiring up from October through December.
  • It’s all over, but where was God?

    They are over!
  • Pizza shop owner picks up Obama in bear hug

    We've heard of a friendly greeting, but one Florida pizza shop owner may have gone a bit too far.
  • The Big Red Rhyme: Cards v Seahawks

    Larry Gaydos brings his poetry to the football field in The Big Red Rhyme. Follow @KTAR923
  • That Guy: Speed Racer

    Chuck Powell pays tribute to the guy you love to hate: THAT GUY who speeds off the line at the stoplight.
  • Add-ons can prevent clicking on dangerous links

    I heard you guys talking on your radio show about some tool that used red, green and yellow dots to alert you of dangerous websites when you are searching. I was in my car and couldn't write it down, so could you tell me what it was called?
  • Blake’s Bumps for 09.10.12

    Passion Pit Carried Away Coldplay Charlie Brown Keane Everybody’s Changing Mumford & Sons I Will Wait Of Monsters and Men Mountain Sound No Doubt Settle Down Imagine Dragons Amsterdam Michael Tait Bonded (Empty Album Version) Dave Matthews Band Mercy Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • ADOT: No speed limit raises on horizon for Arizona

    Drivers will soon be able to drive up to 85 mph on a 41- mile stretch of highway in Texas, but something like that won't work in Arizona, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.
  • Closure for Price Freeway frontage road at Chandler Blvd

    The northbound Loop 101 Price Freeway frontage road at Chandler Boulevard will close on Friday, Sept. 14 for repairs.
  • Movies in a Minute: Searching for Sugar Man

    Bruce’s favorite movie this year is a documentary featuring the hunt for South African musician Rodriguez.
  • Dos Equis Mobile Academy rolls into Valley

    Dos Equis will be offering Phoenix residents a unique culinary experience with their new food truck from Sept. 12 to Sept. 22.
  • Scripture of the Day 09.10.12

    Ephesians 4:16 — From him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love as each part does its work. Follow @KTAR923
  • Dust explosion injures workers in Phoenix

    A dust explosion at a Phoenix design business gave second- and third-degree burns to two workers on Monday.