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  • Personalized license plates cause controversy, questions in New Mexico and Arizona

    You see them all over town. Personalized license plates that spell out things like "DBacks fan" or "I Love so and so."
  • Cooking Channel films show on Arizona cuisine

    The Valley's culinary scene continues to diversify and national networks are taking note.
  • Weekend events in Arizona for September 1-2

    Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options.
  • Raiders, Cardinals fans come together after shooting

    Following the recent shooting of an Oakland Raiders fan outside of University of Phoenix Stadium by an Arizona Cardinals fan and former cop, fans are teaming up against violence by holding a car wash and fundraiser on Saturday.
  • Valley companies turn blue jeans into insulation

    A southeast Valley company is turning old blue jeans into home insulation and helping the environment at the same time.
  • Coach & May’s Week 1 College Football Picks

    Chuck Powell (Lou Holtz), Doug King (Skip Charisma), and Todd Merrill (Mark May) spoof Lou Holtz and Mark May of ESPN. Coach and May give their weekly college football picks for Navy vs. Notre Dame, Arizona State vs. Northern Arizona, Arizona vs. Toledo and Alabama vs. Michigan.
  • Blake’s bumps for 08.30.12

    Artists in bold Brett Dennen “Comeback Kid (That’s My Dog)” Foo Fighters “Walk” Depeche Mode “Route 66” Minus the Bear “Lies and Eyes” The Church “Under the Milky Way” Cold Cave “Confetti” Alex Clare “Too Close” The Black Keys “Little Black Submarines” Family of the Year “St. Croix” Follow @KTAR923
  • When it comes to bin Laden, does getting it right matter?

    Another report has come out about a new book entitled No Easy Day, written by a member of the elite Navy SEAL Team 6.
  • Bank stages symphony flash mob for anniversary

    We know that some of you are sick of the flash mob craze, but this one is special.
  • Primary results show true colors

    One election is over as of Wednesday and it's only a couple more months until it's all wrapped up and we no longer have to wonder which neanderthal has the biggest club.
  • Schweikert: History of lies blocking new budget ideas

    Rep. David Schweikert said lying on both sides of the aisle could be creating a roadblock to budget reform.
  • California mango recall could affect Arizona

    A voluntary recall of one million mangoes that may be contaminated with Salmonella could affect Arizona.
  • Short-staffed hospitals relish teen volunteer hours

    Many people who are out of a job and looking for something to do are turning to volunteer work, something short-staffed hospitals are using to their advantage.
  • ASU launches new ‘Unstoppable’ ad campaign

    The revamp of Arizona State University's public image continues.
  • Woman with ‘sex rage’ arrested in Mesa

    A Mesa mom faces child abuse charges after leaving her daughter in a park with strangers in order to satisfy her "sexual urges."
  • Health Update: Proactive Health Care

    Dr. Sam Benjamin warns against waiting until the last minute to get a doctor’s appointment. Follow @KTAR923
  • Kipp Is Debt-Free!

    Kipp in Fargo is debt-free! He paid off $45,000 in about four years making $35,000–40,000 a year. The majority of his debt was student loans. Kipp says the hardest part of doing this plan was selling his high-end bicycle. Hear the call! Download Dave’s show, commercial free, right here! Podcast Dave’s show! Follow @KTAR923
  • Scripture of the Day 08.30.12

    Psalm 118:8 — It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in man. Follow @KTAR923
  • Shooting causes lockdown of three Avondale schools

    A Thursday shooting forced three schools in Avondale to go on lockdown, police said.
  • Kyl: ‘Charming’ Romney can shine at Republican National Convention

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is scheduled to address the Republican National Convention on Thursday night and one Valley senator feels the former governor will shine.