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  • Sun Lakes residents object to water-rate hike proposal

    Sun Lakes residents heated over the possibility of higher water bills.
  • Salvation Army providing free water to beat the heat

    The Salvation Army is supplying water at hydration stations across the Valley today until 2 p.m.
  • US 93 project earns transportation award

    A portion of the U.S. 93 project has earned one of the top transportation awards in the country.
  • Paying with a credit card could cost you extra at the store

    Stores might start charging fees every time customers pay with credit cards, according to the Wall Street Journal.
  • Don’t discount yoga, ginger when treating arthritis

    Despite the increasing number of replacement surgeries to combat osteoarthritis, doctors and experts are finding other less expensive, and sometimes more effective ways, to mitigate the painful effects of the condition.
  • HUD takes issue with Tempe home for hearing-impaired

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development is involved in a controversy over a new building that's designed for the hearing-impaired.
  • Arizona tuition increases among nation’s biggest

    Tuition increases of 49 percent at the University of Arizona and 44 percent at Arizona State University landed the schools in the top 20 for tuition hikes from 2008 to 2010.
  • Apprenticeships on rise in Arizona

    More companies across the nation are offering registered apprenticeship training.
  • Game on! Kids learn tech skills at ASU camp

    Hundreds of kids are at summer camp in the Valley, but there's one that's a bit different than the others.
  • Arizona AG Horne: Obamacare vote ‘symbolic’

    Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne said there will be no surprises in Washington D.C. tomorrow when the United States House votes on what Horne calls Obamacare.
  • Great white shark pursues kayaker

    More people are heading for coastlines and a relaxing stay on the beach as summer heats up, but that was the plot of the infamous thriller Jaws.
  • Dustin and Amy Did It!

    Dustin and Amy in Fargo are debt-free! They paid off $78,000 in 38 months making $20,000–70,000 a year. During that time, Amy graduated from school. The majority of the debt was student loans. Hear the call! Download Dave’s show, commercial free, right here! Podcast Dave’s show! Follow @KTAR923
  • Best Ways to Bargain

    Question: Jake on Twitter asks Dave for some tips on bargaining. Dave tells Jake what he does. Answer: The first thing you need to know is places like Best Buy, H.H. Gregg—those kinds of places—do not have huge margins. Lowe’s, Home Depot… You’re going in there to get a washer and dryer. You’re going in […]
  • Blake’s Bumps for 07.09.12

    Ryan Adams Goodnight Rose John Mellencamp Check It Out Son Volt Drown Mew Apocalypso Pink Floyd Time Tom Petty I Won’t Back Down Shout Out Louds Tonight I Have To Leave It U2 All Because Of You Level 42 Something About You Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Giving the idea of spanking a, well, spanking

    Last week, the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States officially denounced spanking as a means of disciplining children.
  • Dr. Sam Benjamin Health Update – Are we being over-medicated?

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  • Take 5 for Foodies – Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix

    This was originally posted in February. Pat was on vacation last week. Pizza is one of the most popular foods in America and there is nothing like some of the pest pie in the state. Here in Phoenix, we have the home of the now-international chain that is taking the pizza world by storm: Pizzeria […]
  • Kyl: Raising tax rates does not create new jobs

    President Barack Obama is calling for a one-year extension of Bush-era tax cuts, but only for the middle class.
  • The Source: What stresses men out the most?

    Stress is something we all deal with, but Mac Watson and Larry Gaydos wanted to go to the source of what stresses men out the most.
  • How to (not) e-mail video files

    I’m trying to send a video file to a friend via e-mail and she keeps telling me that she gets the message but not the attachment. What am I doing wrong? – Rhonda Video files tend to be very large files that often exceed the file size limitations of most mail systems, resulting in the […]