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  • Mistake Peak Fire fully contained

    The Mistake Peak Fire has been fully contained, according to authorities.
  • 1 dead in Phoenix car crash

    A fatal overnight collision has closed the intersection at 51st Avenue and Indian Shool Road.
  • Most struggling homeowners are 40, younger

    A new report from Zillow says the nation's housing market is recovering but more than half of the homeowners under the age of 40 are underwater on their homes.
  • Arpaio to speak at zoo near GOP convention

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will address a large audience of delegates at the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Monday, but the sheriff won't be delivering his speech on center stage.
  • A first for Phoenix: Topless march along Central Avenue

    They came to protest what they call clothing inequality.
  • A breakfast delight that is ready when you are

    A decadent breakfast casserole full of blueberries and cream cheese that is made the night before.
  • Sarah Palin to campaign with Kirk Adams

    Kirk Adams, campaigning for Congress, announced via Twitter that Sarah Palin will be joining him Monday afternoon at a barbecue campaign event.
  • Listen the way she wants you to

    If you've ever thought your husband just doesn't listen, or your wife just doesn't understand, you're probably right. Here are three suggestions one author gives to help men listen the way their wives and girlfriends need them to.
  • ‘New York Times Magazine’ interviews Jan Brewer

    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer sat down with the New York Times Magazine to discuss policy and the infamous finger wag she gave President Barack Obama.
  • New York shooting security footage released

    If you're not a fan of graphic footage, you may want to click back to
  • Sniffing out the Microsoft phone call scam

    I just received a call from someone asking me to click the Windows button +R. The caller says he’s from the computer maintenance department of Microsoft Windows and they are doing a routine check. He left a phone number and his name and asked that I call back. I’m figuring he was up to no […]
  • Phoenix launches community improvement website

    Phoenix residents now have an easier way to send in their ideas to improve their community.
  • Nils Lofgren on Pat’s Personal Portraits

    Pat McMahon talks with Nils Lofgren, guitarist for the E Street Band and most famously known for touring with Bruce Springsteen. Follow @KTAR923
  • Phoenix strip mall battling combat high crime

    A strip mall located on the southwest corner of 19th Ave. and Northern is struggling with problems with prostitutes, panhandlers and robbers.
  • Valley group ‘rescues’ produce, gives it to public

    Produce from Mexico is ending up in landfills, but a Valley group is working to put it into people's mouths instead.
  • Mark Grace turning into alcoholic?

    Arizona Diamondbacks broadcaster Mark Grace has been arrested for driving under the influence again.
  • What is the point of a political convention?

    Can somebody, anybody, explain the purpose of the political conventions?
  • Attorney: Mark Grace looking at time in prison

    Arizona Diamondbacks broadcaster Mark Grace was arrested for a DUI on Thursday night and he could be looking at an extended stay in prison.
  • Gilbert group hosting first-ever breast cancer expo

    A non-profit group in Gilbert is hosting together the First Annual Breast Cancer Resource Expo, set to begin this weekend.
  • Arpaio: NYC Mayor Bloomberg needs to focus on his own backyard

    More than a year ago, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg took aim at Arizona's gun laws and went so far as to hire private investigators to run a sting at an Arizona gun shows.