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  • 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.
  • ASU’s student-run newspaper stops daily publication

    Starting in January, Arizona State University students will no longer arrive to news racks carrying daily copies of The State Press, the student-run newspaper.
  • Arizona retailers are optimistic about holiday spending

    Holiday spending is expected to increase by 3.5 to 4 percent this year, as a rising number of consumers plan to spend more and fewer expect to pull back, according to a new national survey.
  • Taking extra pleasure in giving thanks

    Thursday, our hearts will be filled with gratitude and our arteries will be filled with plaque.
  • Health Update: New study on worms proven to help digestion

    Dr. Sam Benjamin has evidence of a new study that’s proven to use worms to help your digestive system. Follow @KTAR923
  • 5 passengers still hospitalized after AZ bus crash

    Five Mexican residents remain hospitalized after the charter bus they were on was struck by a pickup truck going the wrong way on a rural Arizona interstate.
  • Kingman football star recovers from brain hemorrhage

    A Kingman High School Football player is thankful to be alive this Thanksgiving.
  • New UA medical center promotes holistic approach

    Feeling a need to be more responsible for her health after her parents fell ill, Colleen McPherson said she was eager to try a new clinic blending conventional care with lifestyle coaching and stress-reducing techniques.
  • Movies in a Minute: Silver Linings Playbook

    After an eight month stay at a mental health institution, Pat is eagerly trying to get his life back in order. While living back with his parents Pat wants to reconcile with his ex-wife but things become complicated once Tiffany enters his life. Bruce St. James said, “A very special film. The story is almost […]
  • Glendale officials approve redone Coyotes deal

    The Phoenix Coyotes are one step closer to staying in the Valley.
  • Arizona studies envision telemedicine on smartphones

    The Mayo Clinic and a University of Arizona center dedicated to telemedicine are pioneering work aimed at moving care to smartphones.
  • One-third of workers’ biggest complaint is about stress

    A new poll by Gallup shows one-third of American workers say stress at work is the worst thing about their jobs.
  • Black Friday: An American institution at 25

    For 25 years, Black Friday has been an American institution full of tradition and transactions.
  • Book addresses dining out for food-allergy sufferers

    "Lets Eat Out with Celiac/Coeliac and Food Allergies: A Timeless Reference for Special Diets" is a gold mine of information for those with celiac disease.
  • Metro Phoenix bars, eateries ready for pre-holiday rush

    The day before Thanksgiving is typically one of the busiest nights of the year for Valley bars and restaurants.
  • Arizona universities looking at free online courses

    Michael Hwan didn't have to pay for the Stanford University computer science course he took online. The class on gamification - applying game techniques beyond games - from the University of Pennsylvania was also free.
  • Powerball fever strikes just in time for holidays

    Convenience stores that sold a couple of hundred tickets Tuesday will be selling many more times that on Wednesday.
  • Auto show set for Phoenix Convention Center

    New car shoppers might want to spend part of Thanksgiving weekend checking out the Arizona International Auto Show.
  • Watch for signs of eating disorders in children

    Eating disorders affect millions -- 10 million women and 1 million men suffer from anorexia or bulimia in the United States.
  • I-10 west of Phoenix reopens after accidents

    Overnight accidents closed eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 about 30 miles west of Phoenix.