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  • Dog has interesting reaction to treat

    Dogs will eat anything, right?
  • CDC: About 25 percent of Arizona is obese

    About one-quarter of Arizona's population is obese, the Center for Disease Control said.
  • Scripture of the Day 08.13.12

    Proverbs 13:6 — Righteousness guards the man of integrity. Follow @KTAR923
  • Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton breaks nose while practicing with Phoenix Mercury

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton got more than he bargained for while practicing with the Phoenix Mercury on Monday.
  • Heavy delays for westbound lanes on Loop 202 in Tempe

    A closure of all westbound lanes on the Loop 202 in Tempe has caused heavy delays near the Loop 101 and 202 interchange.
  • Bikini coffee shop opens in Scottsdale

    A new coffee shop and bistro that features scantily clad waitresses has officially opened its doors in Scottsdale.
  • Police make arrest in Mesa smoke shop killing

    Police have made an arrest in the June murder at a Mesa smoke shop.
  • Glendale woman stabbed to death

    A Glendale was stabbed to death in the early morning and police have no suspects.
  • New Valley shelter to house families, pets

    Groundbreaking is today in Scottsdale for the Valley's only homeless shelter to help families and their pets.
  • Cabbie shot, Phoenix police search for suspect

    Police are searching for a man suspected of shooting a cab driver.
  • Deferred deportation program to get under way

    Up to 1.76 million illegal immigrants could be eligible for a two-year reprieve from deportation under an Obama administration program that begins accepting applications Wednesday.
  • Olympics spur Valley gym memberships

    The 2012 Summer Olympics have come to an end and Valley gyms saw a surge in memberships because of high interest in the games.
  • TSA using behavioral detection officers at Sky Harbor

    If you get the feeling that you're being watched when you're going through Sky Harbor, you're right.
  • Bullhead City worker to donate kidney to stranger

    Bullhead City Chamber of Commerce worker agrees to donate a kidney.
  • Phoenix hiring firefighters thanks to grant

    The City of Phoenix is hiring more firefighters thanks to a grant from The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The award totals $4.4 million and enables the fire department to hire 28 full-time firefighters for positions eliminated during recent budget cuts.
  • LONDON SCENE: Olympic experience spawns pride

    As the clocked counted down the red, white and blue flew high, and the cheers of "USA! USA!" engulfed Wembley Stadium. In that moment, I was reminded why the Olympics are so magical.
  • Runner without a country finishes marathon

    AP Sports Writer LONDON (AP) – While his competitors ran under the brightly colored flags of their countries, marathoner Guor Marial competed in a black and gray uniform, the letters “I.O.A.” printed across his chest. Independent Olympic Athlete. When he crossed the finish line, he touched those three letters, then pounded the left side of […]
  • Bryant reunited with Italian legend D’Antoni

    Kobe Bryant's basketball career has come full circle. Mike D'Antoni, the man he grew up admiring as a player in Italy, is now an assistant for the USA Olympic team.
  • Women’s Olympic basketball team making its own mark

    The U.S. women's basketball juggernaut went for its fifth straight Olympic gold medal Saturday. The streak is longer than the more celebrated men's team - but is anybody paying attention?
  • Numerous projects to cause I-17 delays

    Several construction projects along Interstate 17 will cause delays throughout this week.