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  • Giffords attends Democratic convention

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – A spokeswoman for former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords says she’s attending the Democratic National Convention. Hayley Zachary said Wednesday that the former congresswoman was excited to be at the convention but stopped short of discussing details of Giffords’ schedule while in Charlotte, N.C. Giffords recently moved back to Tucson as part of […]
  • Flake: EPA regulations stifle job growth in Arizona

    The Environmental Protection Agency's strict enforcement of air-quality regulations in Arizona is stifling job creation and proving costly to businesses unable to meet the standards, U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake said Wednesday.
  • Native Americans speak out at DNC

    Kyle Blackhorse, a 16-year-old from Ahwatukee, has enjoyed politics for a long time. He likes meetings, he likes thinking about the issues.
  • Metro Phoenix falls out of top 10 travel destinations

    For the first time since 2009, the Valley has dropped out of the top 10 travel destinations in the United States, a survey found.
  • Valley dad launches site to encourage kids to do chores

    A Queen Creek dad is making it easier for parents to assign chores to their kids in a fun and educational way.
  • Movies in a Minute: Premium Rush

    Unlike your typical car chase, Premium Rush involves a bicycle chase through New York City for a secret that a corrupt cop can’t wait to get their hands on.
  • Blake’s Bumps for 09.05.12

    Two Gallants Ride Away Rush The Spirit Of Radio The Avett Brothers Live And Die Imagine Dragons Amsterdam Cat Power Silent Machine The Delays Nearer Than Heaven Social Distortion Bad Luck Band of Horses Knock Knock Robinson You Came to Me Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Governor’s office pleased with judge’s ruling on SB1070

    U.S. District Court judge Susan Bolton ruled that Arizona law enforcement can enforce the most contentious part of SB 1070.
  • New K-12 academic standards for Arizona

    Arizona joined 48 other states with new k-through-12 academic standards.
  • Prescott facility takes in orphaned bear cubs

    A pair of orphaned bear cubs are getting some much-needed attention at a Prescott wildlife facility.
  • Lady Gaga coming to Phoenix in January

    Lady Gaga will be performing for her "Little Monsters" in Phoenix on Jan. 23, the singer announced Wednesday.
  • Scripture of the Day 09.05.12

    Job 8:7 — Your beginnings will seem humble, so prosperous will be your future. Follow @KTAR923
  • Arizonans renting out homes for visiting sports fans

    It's a home away from home, literally.
  • Ridiculous medical bill stings worse than scorpion

    I've been stung twice by scorpions.
  • Avondale man arrested for neglect of animals

    An Avondale man was arrested on Sept. 5 after Sheriff Joe Arpaio's animal cruelty unit responded to a complaint about starving horses, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
  • Hospital agrees to cut scorpion sting victim’s bills

    A Chandler hospital has agreed to help an Ahwatukee woman lower her massive hospital bill due to her receiving treatments for a sting.
  • Stanton: Phoenix ready to enforce SB 1070 despite disagreement

    The city of Phoenix is prepared to enforce the so-called "show me your papers" portion of SB 1070 despite the mayor's personal disagreements, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said Wednesday.
  • Valley doctors involved in Stand Up To Cancer telethon

    Several Valley doctors are heading to Hollywood for Friday's Stand Up To Cancer telethon.
  • Maricopa County running adoption specials

    Maricopa County Animal Care and Control is having an adoption special due to the 155 new animals they have received over the Labor Day weekend.
  • Possible Tucson scam targets contractors

    Contractors nationwide are being warned about a possible scam from a business called U.S. Workmen.