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  • Historic $3.4 billion Cobell settlement final, clearing way for tribal payments

    Native Americans could start getting payments by the end of this year from a historic $3.4 billion settlement of tribal claims that the federal government mismanaged trust funds for years, an attorney said Tuesday.
  • Report: Online sales cost state $708M in lost taxes

    Booming sales on Cyber Monday might have meant savings for consumers, but they could also have meant lost revenue for the state of Arizona, a new report said.
  • Could Coyotes deal cloud Glendale Glitters future?

    The Glendale City Council has approved a $320 million deal to keep the Phoenix Coyotes at Jobing dot come arena. Those who opposed the deal say the city can't afford it.
  • Hotel Palomar named one of America’s hot hotels

    The new Hotel Palomar at Cityscape in downtown Phoenix is hot, but it's not just because the city's been experiencing warmer than normal temperatures.
  • Phoenix holding meeting on future of westside

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and city council members are holding a town hall meeting on the future of West Phoenix.
  • Party planner: Ease off booze at holiday work parties

    It's the season where some office workers have a little too much fun at holiday parties, something one Valley party planner said happens a bit too often.
  • County urging flu, whooping cough vaccinations before holidays

    The holidays are coming and Maricopa County is urging residents to get vaccinated against both the flu and whooping cough.
  • Church collecting food for student on winter break

    The children that play with your kids at school or the ones that live down the street might be going to bed hungry.
  • It’s an odd time for a revelation, Angus T. Jones

    I'm often moved by a dramatic change for the better in a person's life.
  • A winning Powerball ticket sold in Arizona

    The rush to buy Powerball tickets for a chance to win the second-largest payout in U.S. history produced at least two winners.
  • Blake’s bumps for 11.28.12

    Artists in bold Arcade Fire No Cars Go Cold War Kids Hang Me Up To Dry Toby Mac No Ordinary Love (G – Man Remix) Dashboard Confessional Don’t Wait Carolina Liar Show Me What I’m Looking For Muse Madness The Shins Phantom Limb (Single) Velvet Revolver The Last Fight The Smiths Money Changes Everything (2011 […]
  • Scripture of the Day 11.28.12

    Luke 6:13 – And when it was day, He called unto Him His disciples: and of them He chose twelve, whom also he named apostles. Follow @KTAR923
  • Former youth pastor accused of selling drugs

    A former youth pastor, 63-year-old Mark Derksen, Sr., of Faith Mountain Christian Church in Fountain Hills is accused of selling drugs.
  • It’s time we start charging hikers for mountain rescues

    This year over 230 mountain rescue calls for help have come in to Phoenix emergency personnel. The number of calls continues to go up each year. Last year’s final tally was 167. Being unprepared, out of shape or just plain stupid is costing us money and diverting resources from actual emergencies. Phoenix disappointingly has the […]
  • United Way focusing in on financial stability, ending hunger, homelessness

    The United Way has numerous charities under its umbrella, but lately has focused itself on several key areas: ensuring the success of young children, helping people reach financial stability and ending both hunger and homelessness.
  • Program helps with Arizona family’s son

    Fans Across America, an organization dedicated to helping homeless families and students and serious ill or special needs children, has helped one Arizona family.
  • Valley service seeks to keep elderly in homes

    Deciding the best situation for an elderly parent is never an easy thing, but when they live alone in a city with no family, it gets even tougher.
  • MCSO arrest exposes false mediation, child supervision service

    The arrest of a Valley couple by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office points to a potentially serious problem within Arizona's family court system.
  • Arizona ranked one of the worst run states

    In a recent survey conducted by 24/7 Wall St., they found the best and worst run states in America. Arizona ranked 47 out of 50, for being the worst.
  • Krispy Kreme to open Mesa location

    The third Krispy Kreme Doughnuts location in the Valley is set to open in Mesa on Dec. 4.