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  • Sky Harbor offering promotional parking rates for Labor Day

    Labor Day is one of the busier travel days of the year and Phoenix Sky Harbor is doing what it can to help travelers spend their money on vacation, not parking.
  • Police nab cellphone store burglarly suspect

    Chandler police have arrested a man suspected og committing a string of burglaries at cellphone stores.
  • Financial advice for NFL first-round draft picks

    A new crop of 32 one-percenters has been anointed. That's the number of new first-round draft picks selected by the NFL Thursday night. The draftees now have a choice on how to manage their lives and new-found wealth.
  • Phoenix light-rail extension is back on track

    A three-mile light rail extension from Bethany Home to Dunlap in Phoenix is back on track.
  • Rural areas get help navigating environmental regulations

    An improperly working wastewater lift station in Holbrook once caused a sewage spill, resulting in a $50,000 fine from the state.
  • Cities do the cleanup on leftover political signs

    Arizona law says political candidates have 15 days after an election to take campaign signs down, but the law has little teeth and the cities usually pick up the tab.
  • Local pastor recalls helping Katrina survivors

    About 3,000 people are being forced from their homes in Louisiana's St. John the Baptist Parish as flood waters from Tropical Storm Isaac continue to rise.
  • ASU turns to Disney to enhance fan experience

    For the second consecutive year, Arizona State University is displaying a new look.
  • Things are looking up: Blue moon to rise over Valley

    A somewhat rare event will occur in the Arizona skies over the next few days.
  • College freshman weight gain isn’t myth

    Studies of university students' eating habits show that they can gain anywhere from six and a half to nine pounds during their freshman year, and 10 to 14 pounds during their entire college careers.
  • Gaydos’ Political Poetry – The Grand Ol’ Party Partys

  • New Zealand soldiers give fallen comrade an emotional send-off

    Anytime a group of soldiers buries a fallen comrade, it's an emotional situation.
  • Blake’s Bumps for 08.29.12

    Neil Young Rockin’ In The Free World Coldplay Talk Robinson I’ll Be Fine VHS or Beta Night On Fire Rolling Stones Start Me Up Ryan Adams Cold Roses The Wallflowers Reboot the Mission Alberta Cross Lay Down Temper Trap Trembling Hands Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer endorses President Obama at Republican National Convention

    Just one day after announcing Arizona’s support of Mitt Romney, which included several blunders of its own, Arizona’s Governor Jan Brewer accidentally let slip the support for Romney’s opposition.
  • Forcing silence on candidates’ rape opinions

    I have an extremely serious request for all male candidates currently running for any political office anywhere in the United States.
  • ‘Perfect password’ tips

    I understand why you say that I should use complex passwords that are different for each of my accounts, but how can I possibly remember them all?
  • Paul Penzone: Joe Arpaio isn’t the same sheriff

    Retired Phoenix Police Officer Paul Penzone said that Sheriff Joe Arpaio isn't the same sheriff that was elected 20 years ago.
  • Pet store inspections ruffle feathers statewide

    Unannounced inspections of 22 pet stores between June and July of this year by the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures revealed a variety of violations, ranging from inaccurate scales to businesses using scales that were missing tamper-proof security seals.
  • Betcha Didn’t Know: Connie Weber

    Find out something you didn’t know about Connie Weber from Arizona’s Morning News.
  • Media feeding frenzy: Chris Christie’s keynote address earns sour marks

    On the same day many media outlets heaped praise on Ann Romney's address at the Republican National Convention, the Internet exploded with criticisms of the New Jersey governor.