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  • 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.
  • Peoria drug warrant nets two pipe bombs, arrests

    Police recovered two pipe bombs while serving a search warrant at an apartment complex on Wednesday, the Peoria Police Department said.
  • Political Poetry – Pizza and Biker Chicks

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  • New iPhone with taller screen out next week

    AP Technology Writer (AP) – Apple is holding an event in San Francisco during which it announced a new iPhone, capable of faster data speeds and sporting a taller screen. It also unveiled new iTunes software and new iPod devices. The iPhone 5 will go on sale next week. It will work with fourth-generation, or […]
  • John McCain releases statement on murder of American ambassador

    n the wake of the murder of Chris Stevens, American Ambassador to Libya, along with three other U.S. citizens at the hands of enraged Islamists, Arizona. Sen. John McCain released the following statement. It has not been altered in any way.
  • Thousands turn out for Glendale job fair

    More than 3,000 people who are looking for work are expected at a job fair Wednesday afternoon in Glendale.
  • New Border Patrol station honors fallen agent

    The Border Patrol will open its new station in Naco on Tuesday, named in honor of murdered agent Brian Terry
  • Accident injures 2 near Surprise high school

    Two people in Surprise were airlifted to a hospital Wednesday morning after a dump truck sideswiped a car near Valley Vista High School.
  • Arizona universities can’t crack top 100 best schools list

    The list of the best colleges in the country is out. No Arizona school made the top 100.
  • ADEQ director: EPA should recognize Arizona’s ‘unique environment’

    The Environmental Protection Agency and Arizona have a common goal of following the Clean Air Act, but federal officials should recognize the "unique environment" here as they evaluate plans, a state official said Tuesday.
  • Phoenix mayor: National unity should be legacy of 9/11

    The national unity that followed the events of Sept. 11, 2001, can be a valuable lesson to take from that tragic day, Mayor Greg Stanton said Tuesday.
  • Valley volunteer group continues tribute projects

    A Valley group is continuing its week of tribute projects in honor of Sept. 11.
  • Push to end fluoridation of Phoenix water at impasse

    An effort to get the nation's sixth-largest city to stop adding fluoride to water reached a dead end Tuesday.
  • Employers look to fill 900 spots at Glendale job fair

    Job seekers should look to Glendale on Wednesday.