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  • Chick-fil-A arguer is a drive-through dunce

    Even if bad stuff happens to someone I don't care for, I can't ever bring myself to celebrate anybody's misfortune.
  • Curtis Martin Hall of Fame speech

    Former NFL player Curtis Martin have a memorable Hall of Fame speech as he was enshrined Saturday night in Canton, Ohio. Martin spoke of early childhood struggles in his family, his indecision of even wanting to play football and all the people who made him successful throughout his career in the NFL while playing for […]
  • Study: Cartoons can disrupt kids’ sleeping patterns

    Cartoons may be the reason your kids can't sleep.
  • Study: Most common Internet password is ‘password’

    Protecting information on the Internet can be a near-impossible task, but choosing a good password is a big portion of that.
  • Jenna Jameson announces she’s supporting Mitt Romney

    Have no fear, Mitt Romney. You have the support of a famous porn star.
  • Budget cuts force closure of one Scottsdale jail

    Maricopa County Jails will be getting more business from the city of Scottsdale.
  • Nexus 7 vs iPad vs Kindle vs Galaxy Tab 2

    How does Google’s new 7″ tablet compare to the iPad, Kindle and Samsung tablets? – Roger Google’s first tablet called the Nexus 7 (which is actually made by ASUS) is a worthy device for anyone considering a lower cost tablet. It became such a popular tablet that the larger capacity (16GB) device is was sold […]
  • Scripture of the Day 08.06.12

    Hebrews 13:16 — And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifice God is pleased. Follow @KTAR923
  • Thunderbird Road near Loop 101 to be reopened

    Westbound traffic will be able to access Thunderbird Road at the Loop 101 on Monday.
  • John McCain to speak at Republican National Convention

    Sen. John McCain is scheduled to speak at August's Republican National Convention.
  • Agreement reached to keep US Airways hub in Phoenix

    US Airways will retain its hub in Phoenix even if the airline reaches a merger agreement with American Airlines, a press release said.
  • Food costs, eating out and class warfare

    American families are spending less on food than in the past. One of the areas they are cutting back on may be dining out.
  • Infant addiction and withdrawal are major concerns, new study finds

    The number of babies suffering from opiate-related addictions and symptoms has tripled in the past decade, according to a new study, and painkillers have been found to be a major health threat to pregnant women and their babies.
  • Frontier Airlines adding service from Mesa Gateway

    Another airline has announced that it plans to begin service from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
  • No more Mr. Nice Mitt: Romney tells Harry Reid to ‘put up or shut up’

    Contentious dialogue escalates as Mitt Romney and Harry Reid continue to butt heads over Reid's assertion that Romney didn't pay income taxes for 10 years.
  • Solar program could help rural school budgets

    Some Arizona schools will open this year under a new program that could save money on their electric bill.
  • Scottsdale schools to require ID badges for all students

    Scottsdale children packing more than books and lunches to school this year.
  • Olympics spur flag sales at Valley store

    After U.S. Olympian Gabby Douglas accepted a gold medal, she said hearing the national anthem and seeing the U.S. flag raise up during her medal ceremony was an honor.
  • Phoenix rates among top markets for foreign investors

    Phoenix has moved into the top 10 markets that are being targeted by foreign investors.
  • Boris Becker talks Wimbledon, Olympics

    LONDON – Tennis legend Boris Becker was born in Germany, but he was born again on the grass courts of Wimbledon. “I call the seventh of July my second birthday,” Becker said of the day he won the 1985 Wimbledon final and, at 17, became the youngest man ever to win the title. “There was […]