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  • Valley kids learn value of dollar at own ‘farmers market’

    Local First Arizona and Junior Achievement of Arizona will officially launch a farmers market in Tempe on Tuesday to teach grade-school students about the free-enterprise system.
  • Arizona delegates seek to boost Latino vote for Democrats

    Members of Arizona's delegation to the Democratic National Convention are hoping to return home better positioned to inspire stronger Latino voter participation in November.
  • MCSO searching for missing Salt River tuber

    A 22-year-old man went missing while tubing on the Salt River on Sunday, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a press release.
  • Man assaults officers during death investigation

    A Phoenix man was arrested after allegedly assaulting a police officer during an investigation into a fatal collision involving a pedestrian.
  • Mayoral candidate concerned about Camelback Ranch payment

    The proposed sales tax to help Glendale with its budget deficit and keep the Phoenix Coyotes at Arena is getting a lot of attention.
  • Phoenix says goodbye to city’s oldest basketball court

    When players take to the court for a pickup basketball game Monday, they will be the last ones to play on the oldest basketball court in Phoenix.
  • Valley fever diagnoses expected to rise

    There were almost 17,000 cases of Valley fever last year in Arizona and some doctors believe the totals could be higher this year.
  • Wipe your old smartphone before you sell

    What should I do to get rid of personal info on my smartphone before I sell it?
  • Signs of the times ruin Arizona

    Here's a nice environmental idea: keep Arizona beautiful.
  • Stanton: Mitt Romney’s speech was okay

    Presidential candidate Mitt Romney may have been upstaged at the Republican National Convention by Clint Eastwood, but that doesn’t mean his speech was poor. “I think Mitt Romney did what he had to do,” Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton told 92.3 KTAR’s Mac & Gaydos Friday. “As these speeches go it’s not the most inspirational one […]
  • Teacher John Rosi joins students in bullying and assaulting 13-year-old

    A boy from the Seattle area was bullied while a teacher did nothing to stop it. The teacher has been suspended for 10 days and re-assigned to another school. See the video below.
  • Arizonans still confused over booster seat law

    Operators at Triple-A of Arizona are staying busy fielding calls about the state's new booster seat law.
  • White House honors two Phoenix teachers

    Two Valley teachers were honored in the White House on Friday for their efforts to improve their community.
  • Triple-A offering free holiday tow service for tipsy drivers

    Holiday weekend can be a dangerous time to be on the road.
  • Valley high school football team plays in Ireland

    Hamilton High School students will be watching their football team play overseas on Friday.
  • Republicans close convention with blows to Obama campaign

    Clint Eastwood, Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio landed solid body blows to President Obama's re-election hopes with the Republican National Convention speeches, a Valley political strategist said.
  • Groups out to take political process to state’s Latino population

    Concern that too many Latinos aren't engaging in the political process has two groups trying to bring the political process to them.
  • Real estate gone loonie: Canadians snapping up luxury homes

    When Matt Horton's cellphone rings these days, it's often from someone north of the border looking to buy one the luxury homes he lists with Realty One Group.
  • Many Phoenix residents recycling plastic bags, which is wrong

    For several years now Phoenix has tried to tell people what not to put in their blue recycle cans. Some people still aren't getting the message.
  • Rising gas prices slowing down holiday weekend travel

    Valley residents are taking to the road this holiday weekend and it appears rising gas prices are slowing them down.