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  • Chandler police catch sex offender

    Chandler Police arrested a registered sex offender on assault charges after a boy told his mother the man had cornered and put hands on him in a restaurant restroom.
  • Argument leads driver to run down, kill man

    A Phoenix man has been charged with murder after witnesses said he drove a car into another man.
  • New Intel facility to bring hundreds of jobs to Valley

    Intel has announced plans to bring hundreds of jobs and $300 million in construction to the Valley.
  • Economists say U.S. debt grew $11 trillion in one year

    The U.S. government's fiscal gap grew by $11 trillion over the past year, which is 10 times larger than the reported official deficit, according to Bloomberg.
  • Fewer Americans have pets, but dogs still lead the pack

    Pet ownership is down, with 2.8 million fewer households that have any pets of any kind compared to 2006. And experts say the continuing economic struggle and changing family structure explains why.
  • Junk food laws in schools may curb child obesity

    Students who lived in states that restricted the sale of junk food at school gained less weight over three years than those living in states that allowed unhealthy snacks, according to a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.
  • Valley’s streak of extremely hot nights reaches 8

    The Phoenix overnight temperature hasn't dropped below 90 degrees in eight days.
  • Mesa man arrested on bestiality charges

    A Mesa man has been arrested and charged with bestiality.
  • DPS cracking down on seat-belt safety

    The Arizona Department of Public Safety has informed its officers to be extra aware of seat- belt citations over the next three months, the agency said in a press release.
  • Arizona, feds clash, again, over voter registration

    Arizona, already at odds with the federal government and civil-rights groups over immigration, is adding voter ID and the Voting Rights Act to the disputes.
  • Court OKs federal actions at Glen Canyon Dam

    A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the government did not violate federal environmental law when it failed to subject annual plans for operation of the Glen Canyon Dam to a thorough environmental review.
  • Peoria seeking volunteers to expand Park Watch

    The Peoria Police Department is looking for volunteers to expand the city's Park Watch program.
  • Ground broken on new Scottsdale entertainment district

    A development company broke ground Tuesday on a new entertainment district in Scottsdale.
  • New shopping area to open at Biltmore

    Touted as being a one-of-a-kind urban and independent shopping experience, UNION is set to open in November at Biltmore Fashion Park.
  • Cameras catch drivers passing stopped school buses

    It happens all of the time.
  • Mac – Mitt’s Running Mate (VIDEO)

    GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is whip-smart, with a preternatural gut instinct for making companies fiscally solvent and board members and stockholders happy with fat profits. But that sure-fire command of the boardroom has eluded him on the campaign trail. Late Friday night, Romney and his team made another predictably safe and tepid decision by […]
  • Take 5 for Foodies – Vegan Food

    Pat McMahon and Queenie Tsui, a member of Vegan Arizona, talk about the difference between vegatarians and vegans, what you can buy and where you can go out to eat for a vegan meal. Follow @KTAR923
  • Blake’s Bumps for 08.13.12

    Beck Elevator Music John Williams The Imperial March 311 First Straw Imagine Dragons It’s Time The Apache Relay American Nomad Dave Matthews Band The Best Of What’s Around Silent Film Danny, Dakota & the Wishing Well Passion Pit Take A Walk The Connells ’74-’75 Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Arizona urging whooping cough vaccinations

    The Arizona Department of Health is urging every who is not immunized to get a shot for whooping cough.
  • Mourning the end of the ‘O’

    It's over.