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  • Local small businesses hoping for big Saturday sales

    The Valley's smaller businesses hope shoppers remember them during the holidays.
  • Turkey audit before Thanksgiving reveals nothing ‘fowl’

    When you grab that Thanksgiving turkey at the grocery store, you can buy with confidence, according to the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures. The state agency is responsible for ensuring you are being charged the right amount at supermarkets and other places.
  • Are my e-mails private from government agencies?

    What is metadata? And after the scandal of Gen. Petraeus, are our emails private from government agencies?
  • World’s cutest, yet disturbing, PSA

    Are we supposed to say "awe" or "ew?"
  • Navajo, Hopi leaders meet in Washington to reopen talks

    Navajo and Hopi leaders were in Washington this week meeting with federal officials and lawmakers over what steps, if any, can be taken to revive a $350 million water-rights bill that stalled this summer.
  • Four plumbing jobs you can do yourself

    It's 4 p.m. Saturday and you're cooking dinner for a big crowd, and suddenly the kitchen sink backs up. Who do you call? Or can you fix it yourself before guests arrive? Believe it or not, before you call a plumber, you can attempt this job yourself and probably succeed.
  • President Obama, Olympian Maroney are not impressed

    U.S. Olympic gymnastic gold medalist McKayla Maroney’s infamous frown has made it all the way to the White House. According to Mashable, when Maroney met President Obama with her “Fierce Five” Olympic teammates on Thursday, she left the leader of the free world “unimpressed”. Maroney tweeted there was more to come of her visit with […]
  • Family adopts again in honor of National Adoption Day

    The National Adoption Day event in Maricopa County on Saturday should be the largest adoption day event in the United States, according to the Superior Court.
  • Report: Arizona had nation’s second-highest disparity in incomes

    Arizona had the second-highest income inequality in the nation between 2008 and 2010, trailing only New Mexico for the gap between its richest and poorest residents, a new report says.
  • Mother: Sky Harbor woman has mental health issues

    Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – The 21-year-old woman who crashed through a gate at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and drove on the runway with her infant son in the car has a history of mental illness, her mother says. The security breach was the latest in a series of similar mishaps across the country […]
  • Bomb blast interrupts CNN interview

    War zone interviews are always edgy, but a CNN interview painted the on-going conflict in the Gaza Strip in a very real light.
  • That Guy – who always points out what you’re eating

    Chuck Powell takes a dig at the guy who switches up the standard small talk in the office break room.
  • McCain gets testy with CNN

    Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) got a little hot under the collar with a CNN producer Thursday, who questioned the senator’s absence at a Capitol Hill briefing on the Benghazi attack. McCain has been demanding a Congressional investigation into the attack and has questioned President Obama’s honesty on the subject. He later offered a lighthearted explanation […]
  • Bennett: Arizona is on pace for ballot counting

    While some people are upset that Arizona still has about 100,000 uncounted ballots, Ariz. Sec. of State Ken Bennett said the state is right on track.
  • ‘Lincoln’ reminds us that cameras don’t make a president

    "Our network projections are in much earlier than expected and, in an overwhelming landslide victory, the dynamic Democratic candidate Stephen A. Douglas has carried both the popular and electoral votes in every state to defeat the ungainly and unattractive Republican, Abraham Lincoln."
  • SRP workers return from Sandy assistance

    They've been out of town for a few weeks, but now are looking forward to their first night back in their own beds.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2’

    Bella is happy with her new powers and her new life as a Cullen. The Cullen family soon enters into a battle with the Volturi as they are threatened by Bella and Edward’s daughter, Renesmee.
  • Movies in a Minute: ‘Lincoln’

    As the civil war continues, Abraham Lincoln debates with his cabinet to end slavery while dealing with the climbing casualty numbers of the war.
  • Mac & Gaydos: Friday, November 16

    Today on Mac & Gaydos… • 4:05 p.m.: Why haven’t all of the Arizona ballots been counted yet? Sec. of State Ken Bennett joins us in studio to explain this. • 5:05 p.m.: It’s the top five stories of the day that you need to know about, meaning it’s time for the Daily Download and […]
  • Pilot walks away from single-engine plane crash in Arizona

    A 61-year-old Colorado man was able to walk away after his single-engine plane crashed in the Apache-Sitgreaves Forest near Pinetop on Friday.