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  • UA runner Moline hurdles any condition

    LONDON – Sun reflected off Georganne Moline’s silver shoes with every step, sprint and hurdle she took during practice for her first Olympic race Sunday. Moline, a University of Arizona psychology major and Phoenix native who will race in the 400-meter hurdles, said she is ready for anything, even the London rain. “I actually thought […]
  • Loughner set to plead guilty

    Jared Lee Loughner is set to plead guilty Tuesday in the shooting attack that severely wounded Representative Gabrielle Giffords, according to knowledgeable sources. Mental health officials believe Loughner is now competent to understand the charges against him in the shooting which killed six people and injured 13 at an event held by the congresswoman in […]
  • London landmark is Lake Havasu City’s claim to fame

    LONDON – The London Bridge is an iconic symbol of the history and prosperity of this city. So what in the name of Winston Churchill is the original structure doing in Arizona’s Lake Havasu City? Lake Havasu City has dubbed the structure its “claim to fame.” Purchased in the late 1960s for nearly $2.5 million […]
  • Grand Canyon hiker injured in rock fall

    Late Friday night Grand Canyon National Park rangers received word that a 19 year-old male hiker had gotten injured in a rock fall that occured in an area of the canyon known as the "Box".
  • City of Houston produces shooter simulation video

    In the wake of the Colorado massacre, the city of Houston has produced a video instructing its citizens on how to survive a mass shooting.
  • 4 Arizona inmates being treated for botulism

    Four inmates from the Arizona State Prison Complex Eyman in Florence are hospitalized with suspected botulism poisoning.
  • Back-to-school can mean back to bullies

    Has school started already for your kids?
  • Don’t Be the Bank

    Question: Danny in Nashville has a small business, and the business has grown significantly. He’s considering bringing in some investors. Dave warns Danny off that idea. Answer: What’s scary to do is go into debt on product that somebody may or may not pay you for on a brand-new widget that you’re rolling off the […]
  • Police: Woman shooting husband may be on camera

    New details are emerging in the case of a Phoenix woman accused of gunning down her husband.
  • Frank Kush on Pat’s Personal Portraits (VIDEO)

    Pat McMahon talks with former Arizona State University football coach Frank Kush about his relationship with Jerry Sandusky, Joe Paterno and his thoughts on ASU’s new head coach, Todd Graham. To read more of Kush’s interview, click here. Follow @KTAR923
  • Valley weightlifter to make Olympic debut on Sunday

    An East Valley woman, who is rated America's top weightlifter, will make her Olympic debut on Sunday in London.
  • Betcha Didn’t Know – Larry Gaydos

  • AT&T scam email installs malware on computers

    A new scam email targeting AT&T customers who receive paperless billing could harm computers, said Ken Moskowitz with the Data Doctors.
  • Company designing Batcave-style theater

    A customer theater design company has announced plans to build a $2 million Batcave replica theater inside of a Connecticut home.
  • Six members of Indian tribe killed in I-10 crash

    Six members of the Colorado River Indian Tribe were killed in a July 29 crash on Interstate 10, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.
  • Olympic ‘Fab Five’ gymnasts coming to Arizona

    The gold medal-winning U.S. women's gymnastics team will be performing in Arizona in September.
  • In Yuma, sun is always shining so no free lunch

    For 365 straight days, Yuma officials waited for the chance to give away food to strangers.
  • Authorities searching for missing Peoria man

    Authorities are attempting to locate a man who has been missing since July 25, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office said.
  • Scripture of the Day 08.03.12

    Psalm 121:1–2 — I lift up my eyes to the mountains- where does my help come from? Follow @KTAR923
  • Tucson executive out of job after Chick-fil-A set-to

    A Tucson executive has been fired after a confrontation with an employee at a Chick-fil-A.