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  • Phoenix Suns, Central High School announce partnership

    The Phoenix Suns and Central High School have launched an education-based partnership, the team announced Friday in a pep assembly at the school.
  • Your Case Isn’t Special

    Dave rants about callers who think they have a special case for borrowing debt. He goes on to say that he believes borrowing money will cause you nothing but pain and outlines the steps to building wealth. Hear the call! Download Dave’s show, commercial free, right here! Podcast Dave’s show! Follow @KTAR923
  • North Carolina woman gives birth to quintuplets in Mesa

    A North Carolina couple who found out on Super Bowl Sunday that they were going to be a mom and dad are now the proud parents of quintuplets.
  • Funding cuts leave vocational education districts scrambling

    Demonstrating his knowledge of electrical circuits, Jacob Gerken, a Queen Creek High School senior, deftly connects wires to make a light bulb glow.
  • Rain pelts Valley, more to come

    Get out the umbrellas -- parts of the Valley are seeing heavy rainfall Friday.
  • Arizona Supreme Court rules in favor of open-primary initiative

    Ending a lengthy legal battle, the Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday cleared the way for voters to decide in November whether to switch from partisan to open primaries for state offices.
  • Several career fields see large job growth

    There are more help wanted ads for several careers across the country.
  • Feds find thousands of marijuana plants on public lands

    Federal officials said they seized more than 1 million marijuana plants in an eight-week sweep of Western states this summer, including 25,000 plants found growing on public lands in Arizona.
  • Female voters may have considerable effect on election

    Women may have more of an effect than ever before on who wins the White House.
  • Report: Illegal immigrants boost Arizona economy

    A new report challenges the argument that illegal immigrants are a drain on Arizona's economy.
  • Obama campaign mobilizes lawyers to help voters with ID changes

    President Barack Obama's reelection campaign and the Democratic National Committee are coordinating and deploying thousands of lawyers to help voters deal with an array of recent voting law changes, according to national and state campaign officials.
  • Valley casino hosts annual all-women’s poker event

    Hundreds of women will take over the poker tables this weekend during the seventh Arizona State Ladies Poker Championship at Talking Stick Resort.
  • Weekend freeway restrictions Sept. 7-10

    Drivers in the western portion of the Valley will want to plan for some extra travel time this weekend.
  • Weekend events for Sept. 7-8

    Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.
  • Authorities warn against Microsoft scam

    If Microsoft calls to ask for money to fix your computer, don't give it to them.
  • Arizona delegates celebrate Giffords’ DNC appearance

    John Goodie of Mesa leaped to his feet along with the rest of Arizona's delegation when former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords appeared on stage Thursday at the Democratic National Convention.
  • Phoenix could try for 2016 Republican convention

    One Valley publicist believes Phoenix has a good chance of landing the 2016 Republican National Convention.
  • Political Poetry – Must NOT see TV

  • Coach & May’s Week 2 College Football Picks

    Chuck Powell (Lou Holtz), Doug King (Skip Charisma), and Todd Merrill (Mark May) spoof Lou Holtz and Mark May of ESPN. Coach and May give their weekly college football picks for Arizona vs. Oklahoma State, Arizona State vs. Illinois and Missouri vs. Georgia.
  • Politicians make service decisions without serving

    Wednesday night, a lot was said by the Democrats about the honor and pride that is an inherent part of serving one's country in the military.