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  • Dental clinic gives new smiles, hope to homeless

    Kris Volcheck opened a dental clinic to serve the homeless and he's changing lives a smile at a time.
  • Teens go to extremes to build muscle, study finds

    More teens are using muscle-enhancing products such as steroids and protein powders to bulk up, according to a new study published Monday in Pediatrics.
  • Keep holidays enjoyable, follow simple safety tips

    Valley fire departments are reminding people of some simple safety procedures that will keep the holiday days enjoyable.
  • Most bosses OK with online shopping at work

    A majority of companies plan on letting workers shop at their desks on Cyber Monday.
  • Winter visitors hit the trails, end up in harm’s way

    Winter visitors are flocking to the Valley and many are taking on the mountains and finding themselves in danger.
  • Football season over but concussions still concern for schools

    The regular season is over for high school football, but that doesn't mean Arizona schools can take their eye off of the ball when it comes to concussions.
  • Speedway in Pinal County returns after 4 years

    The Central Arizona Raceway at the Pinal County Fairgrounds is back in business.
  • Is buying refurbished electronics a safe thing to do?

    With all of the "special deals" being offered during the holiday shopping season, is it safe to buy electronics that have been refurbished?
  • Gunfire erupts during soccer match

    Phoenix police reported three men opened fire during an adult soccer game last night at Sueno Park at 43rd Avenue and Encanto.
  • Bad Odors: How to get rid of them

    Odors are generally something we avoid in polite conversation. You’re not likely to walk into your neighbor’s house and ask, “Wow, what is that smell?” Homeowners aren’t shy though about asking us that question. We have dozens of ideas on our Rosie on the House Web site about how to get rid of this or […]
  • Phoenix ranked No. 13 largest city

    Despite a recent recession and a sub-par housing market, the metropolitan area of Phoenix continues to welcome growth.
  • Salvation Army starts holiday kettle drive

    PHOENIX — Phoenix firefighters are helping the Salvation Army with its holiday kettle drive this season. Firefighters from Phoenix Ladder 11 sang carols and rang the bell to help kick off the kettle drive Friday morning at the Fry’s food and drug at 44th Street and Thomas Road. “It’s just one way we give back […]
  • Police: Valley child found in Phoenix neighborhood

    The day-long search for three-year-old Stephon San Miguel ended late Thursday night.
  • Fire at Yuma-area packing shed to smolder for days

    A fire that destroyed a group of produce packing sheds east of Yuma is expected to smolder for days as piles of burned cardboard cools and foam building insulation continues to send up smoke.
  • Man arrested in Ahwatukee kidnapping, assault case

    A man has been arrested in connection with a kidnapping and assault at a Phoenix apartment in which a female victim was tied up.
  • Movies in a Minute: Red Dawn

    As North Korea invades Washington, a group of teenagers fight to save their town.
  • Weekend events for Nov. 23-25

    Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley? The list below offers a few options. • Bela Fleck and The Marcus Roberts Trio It’s a unique comination of the banjo and a piano when Bela Fleck takes the stage with the Marcus Roberts Trio. They’re at the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts Friday […]
  • Vegetarians can bring a lot to Turkey Day table

    With recipes on the Internet and pre-packaged foods at grocery stores it's easier than ever to cater to vegetarian guests at Thanksgiving
  • Valley city giving away American Express gift cards

    You could win an American Express gift card to help you shop in the Southeast Valley.
  • Rural big box stores could hold key to Black Friday bargains

    Black Friday starts Thursday night, with shoppers lining up at malls and big box stores in the hopes of scoring a deal.