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  • 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.
  • We’re missing three more greats this week

    Did you notice?
  • Blake’s Bumps for 07.06.12

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  • Dr. Michael Christopher on Pat’s Personal Portraits

    Pat McMahon talks with Dr. Michael Christopher, an ER doctor from St. Joseph’s Hospital about the recent changes in healthcare. Follow @KTAR923
  • Viral video shows the crazy attached girlfriend

    Everyone has heard the horror stories of a far-too-clingy ex, but a new viral video takes it to the next level.
  • ATF offering $10K reward for Tolleson church arson information

    A government agency is offering a $10,000 reward for information on a Tolleson church that was burned by an arsonist.
  • Bank Giving Her the Runaround

    Question: Angela in Huntsville says her bank account was tapped for $800 that she didn’t spend. She went to the bank, and now she’s getting the runaround. This debit card mess makes Dave angry. Answer: Tell them they have 24 hours to put the money back, or you’re going to turn them in to the […]
  • Scripture of the Day 07.06.12

    Proverbs 12:17 — An honest witness tells the truth, but a false witness tells lies. Follow @KTAR923
  • State lawmaker blasts Calif. ‘anti-Arizona’ bill

    The California Senate has passed a bill that its supporters call the "anti-Arizona" bill and shields illegal immigrants from being asked about their immigration status.
  • AG Horne sends in deputies to replace Colo. City marshals

    The Mohave County Sheriff's Office has stationed deputies in the polygamist community of Colorado City.
  • Woman gets jail time in missing Arizona baby case

    The would-be adoptive mother of an Arizona baby missing for more than two years was sentenced Friday to 30 days in jail.
  • Navajo lawmakers reject water-right claims plan

    Navajo lawmakers voted Thursday to reject a congressional plan to settle tribal water-right claims in the Little Colorado River basin, capping months of debate by the tribe.
  • Simple change in 911 procedures is saving lives

    Longtime Mesa 911 operator LeAnn McLaws was skeptical at first.
  • Weekend events for July 6-7

    Looking for something to do this weekend in the Valley?
  • Police, college team up to fight crime near campus

    Higher education is taking on high crime rates in one West Valley neighborhood.
  • Voluntary fee for Arizona state parks off ballot

    Arizonans will not get the chance to vote on a voluntary fee to fund the state's parks.
  • Scottsdale residents nervous about potential neighbor

    Scottsdale is working to build a new museum, but residents of a nearby condominium complex are worried about what could be built next to it.
  • Glendale billboard change a ploy to appease Cardinals?

    The Glendale City Council has approved rules that could bring 13 new electronic billboards to one part of the city.
  • Arizona hospice providers looking to change image

    Hospice providers are bracing for the aging baby boomer generation and trying to stop the misconceptions about what they do.