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  • Don’t burst my bubble! The crazy Phoenix real estate market

    It's hard to skim through the news these days without seeing a story about the real estate inventory shortage and dramatic price appreciation in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
  • Authorities seeking man missing for month

    The search is on for a Morristown, Ariz. man who went missing Aug. 7, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a release.
  • Illegal alien arrested with $20K, guns, meth

    A suspected illegal alien was arrested Monday for allegedly being in possession of a large amount of cash, some drugs and two weapons, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said.
  • Man wakened by police, attacks, loses fight to stun gun

    Mesa Police waken a man on a porch, then must use a stun gun when he prepared to attack.
  • Sheriffs: Body found along Salt River

    Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies discovered a body early Wednesday morning along the Salt River.
  • Rescues not keeping hikers off Camelback

    Two mountain rescues at Camelback Mountain this week aren't stopping hikers from hitting the trails.
  • Playing dead has never been so much fun

    It's a dead man's party Wednesday night in north Phoenix as the 13th Floor Haunted House interviews for zombies and other creatures that go bump in the night.
  • Booming Mesa Gateway plans more development

    Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is experiencing massive growth.
  • Embattled bald eagle pair breeds successfully in man-made nest

    For three years a pair of bald eagles nesting along the Verde River continued to return to the only nest they had ever known. And each year their eaglets died, despite the efforts of biologists.
  • Phoenix hires Ohio group to market city’s naming rights

    Chase Field. Jobing.com Arena. University of Phoenix Stadium. All of these Valley sports facilities have those names because companies bought the naming rights.
  • West Nile cases in U.S. rise, but Arizona remains steady

    While West Nile virus is a increasing problem around the country, cases in Arizona are on par with previous years.
  • 3rd pipe bomb explosion outside same Glendale home

    For the third time in about a year, Glendale Police are investigating an explosion outside a home at 66th and Olive avenues.
  • Record number of Latinos attend DNC

    Latinos are breaking records at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Thousands of state employees face pay-raise deadline

    Arizona state employees have two weeks to decide.
  • Hackers increasingly targeting Apple computers

    Computer viruses, trojans and malware attacks are skyrocketing.
  • Vehicle hits family of 3 crossing street in Tempe

    A car struck a family of three in Tempe Wednesday morning, near Rural and Guadalupe roads.
  • Microbrewers line up for siblings’ Arizona-grown hops

    Arizona will soon have its first truly homegrown beer.
  • Blake’s Bumps for 09.04.12

    Living Colour Cult Of Personality Bob Mould The Descent Jack White Missing Pieces Jars of Clay Fade To Grey Gileah and the Ghost Train The Escape The Shins Bait And Switch A Silent Film Danny, Dakota & the Wishing Well The Pixies Letter To Memphis The Black Crowes She Talks To Angels Follow Blake’s Bumps […]
  • Charlotte has more blues than New Orleans

    New Orleans and Memphis can't consider themselves the official homes of the blues this week because, as of Tuesday, Charlotte North Carolina has more blue people than Smurfville.
  • Letting Them In on the Secret

    Question: A listener is 25, makes $50,000 a year, and is debt-free including the house. When is it appropriate to let someone he is dating know his financial situation? Dave talks about that being a function of time spent together. Answer: In a dating situation, the more serious you get and the longer you date, […]