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  • Scripture of the Day 11.27.12

    Romans 12:11 – Never lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Follow @KTAR923
  • Police identify suspect in Mesa standoff

    A man who allegedly shot an acquaintance before becoming involved in a standoff has been identified, the Mesa Police Department said in a release.
  • Phoenix hospital to unveil $5M reconstruction

    Patients at Phoenix's John C. Lincoln Hospital will be greeted by a new entrance after its unveiling on Thursday.
  • Coming Up Short Each Month

    QUESTION: Larissa in New York City says her family is not able to save any money. They make $111,000 and expect to make less next year. She is in a panic because they are now dipping into savings after they had their third child. Dave says math isn’t the problem. ANSWER: You guys are normal, […]
  • Arizona charities embrace Giving Tuesday

    Despite record shopping numbers and a slow economy, the first annual Giving Tuesday is being embraced by Valley charities.
  • We all need to chill out over the use of ‘Christmas’

    This year's Thanksgiving and Black Friday are just barely history and it's already started: I've already heard reports of complaints from people offended by any recognition of Christmas in the secular world.
  • Salvation Army helping homeless, hungry year-round

    Around the holidays, every one thinks about doing something charitable, but there are needs for people year-round.
  • Mac & Gaydos: Tuesday, November 27

    Today on Mac & Gaydos… • 3:15 p.m.: What do your 401(k) and your mortgage have in common? The government. We’ll explain. • 4:05 p.m.: Should the elderly be placed in a home? Live with you? What about a “Granny Pod?” • 6:05 p.m.: Cops are punishing kids… with push-ups?
  • Tempe program offers exchange for canned food, library fees

    Tempe is giving people with overdue library books an opportunity to settle up and help a local charity at the same time.
  • Police name suspect in fatal San Tan Valley shooting

    Police have identified a suspect in the Sunday shooting death of a 50-year-old San Tan Valley woman.
  • Phoenix man thanks firefighters for saving his life

    A Phoenix man is thankful he's alive this holiday season, and he was able to thank the firefighters who saved his life on Tuesday.
  • McCain ‘troubled’ after UN meeting on Benghazi

    Sen. John McCain said he is significantly troubled after meeting with U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice on Tuesday.
  • Arizona launches holiday DUI task force

    Hundreds of law enforcement officers gathered at the state capitol Tuesday to launch this year's crackdown on drunk drivers.
  • America’s Sweetest Race comes to Arizona

    America's Sweetest Race will come to Scottsdale, with a Hot Chocolate 15/5K race on Dec. 9.
  • UA to inaugurate its 21st president on Friday

    A new University of Arizona president will be inaugurated Nov. 30.
  • Protecting assets in lottery office pools

    The chance at winning Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is prompting many co-workers to throw their money in the same pot.
  • Revival of Tucson ethnic studies program possible

    Supporters of the Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American Studies curriculum banned by a 2010 state law see potential for reviving the program or something similar in an update to a desegregation plan set for review by a federal court.
  • Solar-energy jobs booming; Arizona seeing benefits

    Solar energy jobs in the U.S. grew by 13 percent over the past year, a rate almost six times faster than the national average employment growth rate.
  • Anonymous customer makes every day Veterans Day

    A small sign posted inside Hob Nobs Café is generating plenty of smiles.
  • Valley holiday hiring jumps from 2011

    This year is a better holiday season than last for those who are in the job market.