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  • The most and least expensive places to live in the Valley

    If you're looking to a buy a home in the Valley or the Phoenix metro area, the Cromford Report has put together a list of the cheapest and most expensive areas to buy.
  • Bus driver finds bloodied, unconscious teenage girl

    A bloody and unconscious 14-year-old Mesa girl was found in a park Tuesday afternoon by a Valley Metro bus driver, police said.
  • Toddler dies after being found unconscious

    A 2-year-old Mesa girl has died after being found unconscious by her mother.
  • Man arrested on kidnapping, robbery charges

    A man who allegedly forced three people into an apartment, robbed them and forced one of them to inhale methamphetamine has been arrested, police said.
  • What did Gov. Jan Brewer say?

    Well, that was ugly.
  • Second Job vs. Government Assistance

    Question: Bruce in Ohio and his wife qualify for government assistance. Is it okay to use it while they’re getting back on their feet and paying off their debts? Dave suggests the better answer is for them to find a way to increase their income. Answer: Obviously, a great income would be a better thing […]
  • Chandler police searching for missing woman

    Police are searching for a Chandler woman who went missing early Saturday morning.
  • Red Cross calls for another Arizona volunteer to help with storm

    Another Arizonan is heading out to volunteer with the Red Cross' relief efforts in advance of Hurricane Isaac.
  • Mac & Gaydos: Tuesday, August 28

    3:15pm Meghan McCain is LIVE from the Republican National Convention and she tells us that Chris Christie won’t give an “attack dog” speech… why not?! 4:30pm A school coach has video of his 8 and 9 year old kids dancing around naked and some are claiming it’s child pornography… couldn’t this just be kids being […]
  • Pool fence program reaches 900th fence milestone

    United Phoenix Firefighters reached a milestone for their Adopt-a-Pool-Fence program on Tuesday, just in time for the Labor Day weekend.
  • Scripture of the Day 08.28.12

    Proverbs 12:11 — He who works his land will have abundant food, but he who chases fantasies lacks judgment. Follow @KTAR923
  • Valley ice business seeing more cold, hard cash

    It could be a sign the economy is warming up. Ryan Massen, president of Phoenix-based Ice King, says he's getting more orders from retail and construction companies
  • Yuma border patrol seizes meth, heroin

    Border Patrol agents in Yuma seized nearly $1 million in methamphetamine and heroin over the weekend.
  • State highways open over Labor Day weekend

    According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix highways will remain construction-free over the holiday weekend.
  • Just 17 percent of teens know how to manage money

    Most teenagers don't know how to manage money, according to a recent study by ING DIRECT USA and Capital One.
  • Sky Harbor opens security fast lane in Terminal 4

    The TSA has opened up its fast lane through airport security at Sky Harbor Terminal 4.
  • SUV hits pedestrians near a Glendale high school

    Three pedestrians have been struck by an SUV that jumped the curb near Apollo High School in Glendale.
  • Valley swim school offers free lessons for kids

    In response to the growing number of water related incidents, Aqua Tots Swim Schools across the Valley are offering free swim classes through August 31.
  • Diamondbacks, United Way team up to end hunger

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are part of an effort to get food to the needy.
  • Arizona is middle of road in charitable donations

    When it comes to charitable donations, Arizona is slightly better than the middle of the road.