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  • Scripture of the Day 08.07.12

    Hebrews 12:1 — Let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us. Follow @KTAR923
  • Too Many Cemetery Plots

    Question: Lynn in New York City inherited 16 cemetery plots in New Jersey. She’s placed ads to try to get rid of them but hasn’t had any interest in them. She found a cemetery plot broker, but he’s in Florida and she’s leery of the concept. Dave tries to help Lynn come up with some […]
  • Valley CEO quits job after ‘accidental’ email

    PHOENIX — An ill-advised communication has cost a Valley CEO his job. According to the Arizona Republic, Green Global CEO Mike Hoffman ‘accidentally’ sent an email this week to Councilwoman Jenn Daniels, asking her to reconsider her vote in turning down a contract for his company. He seemingly offered campaign help in exchange for Dnaiels’ […]
  • AT&T offers reward in copper theft cases

    AT&T is taking steps to find whoever is stealing copper from its' cell sites around the Valley.
  • Armed man arrested at ‘Dark Knight Rises’ screening

    An Ohio man was arrested Saturday night after bringing several weapons and ammunition to a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
  • Face of Jesus found on Texas tortilla?

    Things are getting a little more Christian in southern Texas.
  • Arizona or Mars?

    This is the time of the year when Arizonans either sigh in resignation about how hot it is or we whine about it. We live in the desert. Yes, it gets hot, but it’s not like we’re on Mars. Although that might be hard to prove based on these photos of the Red Planet from […]
  • Arizona pot dispensary lottery

    The lottery to select 99 medical marijuana dispensaries across the state out of almost 500 applicants happens at 9 a.m. “Ping-Pong balls and a hopper. So it’s an interesting bit of theatre to go along with this,” said attorney Ryan Hurley. The lottery can be watched online below. Watch live streaming video from azdhs at […]
  • Decision day arrives for medical-pot dispensaries

    The lottery to select 99 medical-marijuana dispensaries across the state out of almost 500 applicants is planned for Tuesday morning.
  • Broadband access to expand in rural Arizona

    Over 600 homes in rural areas across Arizona will soon have access to broadband Internet.
  • Mortgage closing costs drop nationwide

    Homebuyers are paying less in closing costs.
  • Possible testing kids’ cholesterol levels causes concern

    A government recommendation that all kids be tested for cholesterol is causing controversy in the medical community.
  • Wild burros causing problems for Arizona drivers

    In Vermont it's moose, in Montana it's elk, but in Arizona, drivers have to contend with burros on the highway.
  • Elite international athletes turn to Valley training facility to reach goals

    The medal race between the United States and China will probably come down to the very end.
  • Dr. Sam Benjamin Health Update – No False Promises Here

    Dr. Sam Benjamin tells you why he won’t be the one telling you quick weight loss tips. Follow @KTAR923
  • Blake’s Bumps for 08.06.12

    Foo Fighters Walk Keane Everybody’s Changing Pearl Jam Yellow Ledbetter Run Kid Run Daylight Supertramp Give A Little Bit Coldplay Charlie Brown The Gaslight Anthem Too Much Blood Morrissey Suedehead The Avett Brothers Live And Die Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Athlete forced to apologize after cutting in line

    Sports are often a method of teaching responsibility and fair play, but one lacrosse coach took his teaching moment to a whole new level.
  • Tucson shooting survivors demand end to gun violence

    Survivors of Jared Loughner's shooting rampage in Tucson last year are calling on the presidential candidates to end gun violence.
  • How to win against cash buyers

    You're probably wondering where this picture comes in to this story.
  • High school football teams practicing despite extreme heat

    The Valley is under an extreme heat advisory through Wednesday evening, but that's not stopping area high school football teams are already out on the field practicing this week.