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  • Your Own Household Is First

    Question: Siobhan in Boston says her husband is from West Africa and a big giver. He wants to give above a 10% tithe even though they’re getting out of debt. He says they can’t say no to someone in need. Siobhan thinks it may be a bit cultural as well. Answer: One of the things […]
  • Company recruiting for Phoenix flash mob

    A company that organizes flash mobs is recruiting in the Phoenix area.
  • German diver bombs at Olympics

    Go big or go home, as they say. German diver Stephan Feck managed to pull off both during early-round Olympics action in the men’s 3-meter springboard diving. His epic fail landed him in last place with a score of zero. Feck pulled out of the competition after three dives. He should have gotten points just […]
  • ‘Chopped: Grill Masters’ winner decided at Arizona ranch

    The winner of a popular Food Network cooking contest will be decided in Arizona.
  • Olympic bodies causing eating disorders?

    Those chiseled Olympic bodies are impressive, but health experts warn they can lead to dangerous behaviors.
  • Phoenix ranked third-best city for bald men to meet women

    If you're a bald guy looking to meet women, Phoenix may be the place to be.
  • For some, working in the heat is part of the job

    As you head into the air conditioned office, many Valley workers are going to be sweating it out on the job.
  • Firefighters offer ways to keep hikers, kids safe in heat

    Mountain rescues are keeping Phoenix firefighters busy.
  • Scripture of the Day 08.08.12

    Philippians 4:11 — I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. Follow @KTAR923
  • Phoenix cop arrested on sexual misconduct charges

    A Phoenix police officer has been arrested and charged with 10 counts of sexual misconduct with a minor.
  • High number of U.S. adults can’t swim

    We hear the phrase 'Watch Your kids around water' all of the time. But more than 70 percent of drowning victims in the United States are adults, many of whom never learned how to swim.
  • Enrollment booming at Grand Canyon University

    While many for-profit colleges are seeing fewer students, one Valley university is seeing explosive growth.
  • Thumbs up: 45 million Americans use apps to shop

    When it comes to shopping with our smartphones, we're not all thumbs.
  • MathAlive at Science Center makes numbers fun

    If the kids are not thrilled about math class, an exhibit at the Arizona Science Center may change their minds.
  • Medical-marijuana questions remain for employers

    As the controversial medical marijuana program moves forward, some employers are left wondering what it means for their staff.
  • Report: Arizona stabilizing its fiscal health

    Arizona bounced back in just one year from one of the worst budget shortfalls in the nation to build a budget surplus comparable to most other states, according to a national report released Tuesday.
  • Border patrol avatar to process frequent travelers

    A computer-generated avatar will soon be responsible for processing frequent border crossers who are in the Trusted Travelers program.
  • Blake’s Bumps for 08.07.12

    Alex Clare Too Close Of Monsters and Men Mountain Sound Buffalo Killers Hey Girl Passion Pit Take A Walk Chappo Come Home Atlas Genius Trojans The Black Keys Little Black Submarines Tribes Halfway Home Sixpence None the Richer Give It Back Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • He’s walking out with something, by golly

    They grow ’em determined in Evansville, Ind. A man attempting to rob an empty fast-food restaurant was stymied in his quest to open the cash register or even free it from the counter. No easy money for him on this night, after all. But he doesn’t leave empty-handed.
  • Sick truth about the Sikh temple shooter

    Let's do a little comparison analysis here, okay?