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  • Court orders Tempe lawyer to pay Arizona Snowbowl court fees

    A federal appeals court said Thursday that a Tempe-based attorney should be held personally responsible for costs that Arizona Snowbowl incurred to defend itself against "bad faith" suits the lawyer brought against the resort.
  • Barber takes ‘Congress on Your Corner’ to grocery store

    Days after being sworn in to replace Gabrielle Giffords, newly elected Rep. Ron Barber, D-Tucson, will hold his first constituent meeting at a venue remarkably similar to one where he, Giffords and others were shot in 2011.
  • Phoenix Zoo offering summer kids camp

    If your kids need something to do, you might sign them up for camp at the Phoenix Zoo.
  • Latino voters increase after Obama’s immigration announcement

    Latino voter registration has spiked following the president's decision to allow almost one million young illegal immigrants to stay in the United States.
  • Political Poetry – Pandering Politicians

    Do these guys actually believe in what they say anymore? Follow @KTAR923
  • History

    Happy birthday, KTAR radio! 90 years ago today, June 21, 1922, KTAR Phoenix went on the air. Well, back then, it wasn’t called KTAR. Apparently folks thought this radio thing was a kind of passing pop culture thing, since the original call letters were KFAD. There weren’t many radio stations of any kind in America […]
  • How a Special Needs Trust Works

    Question: A Twitter listener wants to know what a special needs trust is and how it works. Dave explains. Answer: Let’s say that your child was not special needs. Let’s say you had an 11-year-old and you were to pass away—both parents passed away. How would you ensure that your child was taken care of? […]
  • Blake’s Bumps for 06.21.12

    Stevie Wonder Superstition The Killers Smile Like You Mean It Built to Spill Carry The Zero Matthew Sweet Girlfriend Counting Crows A Murder Of One Camera Obscura The Sweetest Thing Material Issue Diane Morrissey Tomorrow INXS Never Tear Us Apart Follow Blake’s Bumps on Twitter or Tumblr. Follow @KTAR923
  • Texts hint SB 1070 protests could turn violent

    A Supreme Court decision on SB 1070 is not expected until at least Monday.
  • Man robs Arizona credit union, fatally shoots himself

    Authorities in northern Arizona say a man fatally shot himself after robbing a credit union in Cottonwood.
  • Arizona job market still in the red after recession

    Arizona is still lacking 229,200 jobs from the start of the recession in December of 2007. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Arizona’s 2.45 million job count in May 2012 is 8.6 percent lower than the beginning of the recession. Only Nevada had a bigger drop at 12.2 percent. An Arizona State University study said […]
  • Insurance refund checks coming for 235,000 Arizonans

    Over 235,000 Arizona families will be getting a check for about $120 this summer thanks to the Affordable Care Act's 80/20 rule.
  • Body of missing swimmer recovered from Lake Powell

    Authorities say the body of an apparent drowning victim has been recovered from Lake Powell on the Arizona-Utah border.
  • Arizona woman convicted in illegal immigrant case

    A Stanfield woman has been convicted of transporting illegal immigrants from Mexico across the Arizona border earlier this year.
  • Valley Metro hoping to get more drivers to dump the pump

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Valley Metro employees rode the light rail on Thursday, hoping to encourage more people to dump the gas pump and take public transportation instead.
  • Phoenix family wants teen held by ICE back home

    Federal immigration authorities are violating the rights of a 16-year-old boy by refusing to release him to his parents and shipping him off to a holding facility in another state, an attorney for the teenager's family said Thursday.
  • What Keeps Them From Eating?

    Question: Diane in Michigan and her husband bought a hotel for $475,000 at 10% interest on a land contract 10 years ago. Two years into it, they decided to refinance through a bank, but the owners objected, so they lowered the interest rate. Diane gets the deed in three more years with $90,000 left on […]
  • Program reminds drivers to keep butts in the car

    It should hit 110 degrees this weekend in the Valley.
  • Kids verbally abuse bus monitor, threaten her and leave her in tears

    A group of kids in Rochester, N.Y. were filmed bullying to Karen Klein, a school bus monitor, and the video has gone viral. The video includes verbal abuse, physical threats, cruel comments about weight and dead family members and a discussion of going to her house. * WARNING: This video contains vulgar language and may […]
  • County inmates prohibited from visitation on Saturday

    Inmates in Maricopa County prisons will be forbidden from seeing friends and family on Saturday.