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  • Wait for the Trip

    Question: A Twitter listener asks if it’s okay to go on a 10-year anniversary honeymoon while working the debt snowball. Dave wouldn’t do it. Answer: Probably not. I wouldn’t do it. It’s certainly okay to do—it’s not against the law. If you’re asking if I would do it, or if I would suggest it as […]
  • Smoking rate in U.S. falls, ties all-time low

    Smoking among adults in the U.S. is currently tied for the all-time low, according to Gallup trends that date from 1944.
  • Man arrested in connection with hookah lounge fire

    A 63-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an August fire at a Phoenix hookah lounge.
  • Funny or Die: Self Deportation Station with Mary Steenburgen & George Lopez

  • State of emergency declared in Yavapai County

    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer declared a state of emergency in Yavapai County due to heavy flooding in the Gladiator Fire burn area.
  • Gilbert man attacked by swarm of bees

    A Gilbert man was attacked by a swarm of bees on Thursday afternoon.
  • App lets users play out election Punch Out style

    As the election approaches, we all reach the point where the inundation of coverage makes us want to punch something.
  • Utility company: San Tan Valley water is safe

    Test have confirmed that the water in the San Tan Valley is safe to drink after an E. coli scare, Johnson Utilities said in a press release.
  • Scripture of the Day 08.23.12

    Proverbs 24:10 — If you falter in a time of trouble, how small is your strength. Follow @KTAR923
  • Alleged San Tan Valley donation jar thieves arrested

    Two men who allegedly stole donation jars meant for the family of a 7-year-old girl battling cancer have been arrested, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office said in a press release.
  • Mitt Romney and Barack Obama lookalikes duke it out on cover of The Atlantic

    As a prelude to the presidential debates, The Atlantic's cover for its September issue shows Mitt Romney and Barack Obama boxing each other. It isn't the first time this election cycle when the media employed a violent image as a political metaphor.
  • Men sentenced for trying to purchase military-grade weapons

    Two Mexican men was sentenced on Wednesday for attempting to purchase military-grade weapons, including an anti-aircraft missile, for the Sinaloa drug cartel.
  • Being ‘stupid’ driver comes at price

    For any driver who can't resist the urge to drive past barricades into a flooded area, keep the checkbook handy.
  • DPS searching for SUV involved in hit-and-run

    Authorities are searching for an SUV that was involved in a hit-and-run crash, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.
  • Arizona ranks number four in U.S. job growth

    The economy may still be floundering, but Arizona is one of the top places for job growth, an Arizona State University study said.
  • Phoenix Fire makes sand for bags available

    Hoping to help residents get ahead of storm-related water damage to their property, the Phoenix Fire Department is making sand available for pickup.
  • Car crashes through Oak Creek Circle K

    An elderly woman crashed her car through the front of an Oak Creek convenience store.
  • Additional Arizona expansion in store for Allegiant

    Prepare for more visitors from the frozen North. For a second time this week, Allegiant Airlines expanded its service to Mesa-Gateway Airport.
  • The world is one big webcam

    The world is becoming one, great, big giant webcam. These digital Cyclopic eyeballs are everywhere; it is possible to fly around the whole planet from a desktop computer courtesy of webcams.
  • Ex-Phoenix cop pleads not guilty in sex case

    Phoenix Police Detective Christopher J. Wilson has pleaded not guilty to charges of sexual misconduct with a minor.