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  • Scripture of the Day 07.09.12

    Proverbs 11:3 — The integrity of the upright guides them. Follow @KTAR923
  • Neither candidate has traction on economic issues, polls say

    With the economy foremost in voters' minds and the jobs report last week showing lagging growth, neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney appears to be convincing voters that he has a plan to change things.
  • Phoenix switches to same-day trash, recycling service

    A big change starts today in the Phoenix trash and recycling program.
  • Phoenix Mayo Clinic among 10 safest hospitals in US

    A Phoenix-area hospital has been ranked among the safest in the country by Consumer Reports.
  • Phoenix among cheapest cities to visit in US

    Americans looking for an affordable vacation should make their way to the Valley of the Sun, according to a financial magazine website.
  • Nose-gear issues send plane back to Mesa Gateway

    A regional jet leaving Mesa Gateway Airport for Portland, Ore., was forced to return to the gate with nose-gear issues.
  • Work resumes on portion of I-17 near Sedona turnoff

    Construction work has resumed on a portion of Interstate 17 between Camp Verde and the Sedona turnoff, the Arizona Department of Transportation said in a press release.
  • Study: Military spouses suffer PTS symptoms

    A new study from Johns Hopkins University said civilian spouses of combat veterans suffer the same post-traumatic stress symptoms that are felt by their partners returning from war.
  • State gets grant to improve water-treatment facilities

    Arizona is getting extra funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to improve energy-efficiency efforts in water-treatment facilities.
  • Valley tobacco shop owners blame Obama for snuffing out business

    Rami Sweis with Big Bear Tobacco in Phoenix said a tiny amendment buried in the federal transportation bill signed Friday by the president could leave him no choice but to shut down the roll-your-own machines.
  • Man booked after SUV carrying pot ran from police

    Pima County authorities say they have arrested a 19-year-old after being led on a car chase and finding almost 100 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle he was traveling in.
  • 72 run under Arizona’s Clean Elections system

    About 35 percent of the nearly 200 state and legislative candidates in this year's election decided to run using Arizona's publicly funded Clean Elections system.
  • 2 brothers drowned Saturday at Lake Pleasant

    PHOENIX — Two brothers drowned in Lake Pleasant as one of the young men tried to save his brother who was having difficulty swimming. The Arizona Republic reports that 19-year-old Dan Nguyen and 20-year-old Thanh “Matt” Nguyen drowned on Saturday afternoon. Tom Pendley, battalion chief with the Peoria Police Department, says the brothers and their […]
  • Father arrested in probe of 10-year-old’s death

    The father of a 10-year-old girl who died after being placed inside a footlocker for punishment has been arrested.
  • Arizona ranks 3rd in number of unidentified remains

    Arizona ranks third nationally among states with the highest number of unidentified remains.
  • Names released of 2 who died in collision at lake

    Authorities have released the names of a New Mexico couple who were killed in a collision of two personal water craft on Lake Powell.
  • July 9, 2012 [RE-BROADCAST from 8/17/09]

    If you just toss your bank statement in a drawer each month without looking at it, you're making a huge mistake.
  • State Route 87 reopened after brush fire

    Department of Public Safety has reopened southbound State Route 87 (Beeline Highway) between State Route 188 and Bush Highway after a brush fire in the area forced closure for most of Saturday.
  • I-17 now reopened after brush fire causes severe backup

    Department of Public Safety Officers closed southbound Interstate 17 for at mile-point 248 for hours Saturday afternoon after a growing brush fire threatened the area, but it has since been reopened. Backups were reported of up to 20 miles, with many people out of their cars complaining of heat exhaustion. One woman was taken to […]
  • Steve Nash makes ‘Dark Knight Rises’ parody

    He may not be the Phoenix sports fan's favorite person at the moment, but you have to appreciate Steve Nash's sense of humor.