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  • Peoria policeman to appeal demotion over Obama pic

    A West Valley police officer demoted and suspended for posting a photo of a bullet-riddled image of President Barack Obama on Facebook is appealing the decision.
  • Scottsdale reptile sanctuary gets rare albino alligator

    The Phoenix Herpetological Society is getting some new additions to its diverse collection of crocodilians.
  • Phoenix Fire urges people take extra care to avoid locking kids, pets in cars

    With the heat rising, the Phoenix Fire Department is reminding parents to be on high alert to prevent locking their kids and pets in cars.
  • ‘Cash mobs’ give Valley businesses a boost

    You've heard of flash mobs, where a big crowd meets at a certain place and time to sing an impromptu song or do a dance.
  • Phoenix introduces new anti-graffiti program

    The city of Phoenix has a new program out to clean up a neighborhood of recurring tagging.
  • Race to replace Giffords too close to call

    The race to replace former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is too close to call, said a Valley political strategist.
  • Mountain Shadows Resort to reopen?

    A popular Valley resort that's been closed for eight years may soon make a comeback.
  • Candidate barred for English deficiency seeks VP seat

    A woman who was barred from running for city council in an Arizona border town because she isn't fluent in English is campaigning for a much higher office.
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  • Hybrid hard drives

    I have a couple of VelociRaptor hard drives and have had nothing but problems with them. I am wondering would the Seagate Hybrid drives be a better alternative? – D For those looking to improve the performance of their sluggish computer, upgrading to a faster hard drive can make a world of difference. The hard […]
  • Judge pushes Loughner hearing back to Aug. 7

    A status hearing on the competency of the Tucson shooting rampage suspect has been pushed back until early August.
  • Take 5 for Foodies – Mary Coyle Ol’ Fashion Ice Cream Parlor

    Pat McMahon sat down with the owner of Mary Coyle’s Ol’ Fashion Ice Cream Parlor, Mike Stoffey, and learned how Mike became the owner of the old fashioned parlor, what makes their ice cream so different, and what else the store has to offer. Location: 5521 N 7th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85013 602.265.6266 Hours of […]
  • Vote to be held on wastewater pipeline underneath Phoenix school

    After taking years of cuts, $20,000 a year could go a long way for the inner-city's Balsz School District.
  • Illegal horse race busted up over weekend

    An illegal horse race was busted up over the weekend in Picacho Peak, Ariz. south of Eloy, Ariz.
  • Senate OKs vote on Ariz. justice to join US court

    The U.S. Senate has narrowly cleared the way for a final confirmation vote Tuesday on President Barack Obama's nomination of Arizona Supreme Court Justice Andrew Hurwitz to serve on a federal appeals court.
  • Navajo president backs water rights settlement

    Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly has declared his support for a controversial water rights settlement.
  • US gives flood of material to Arredondo defense

    Defense lawyers for an Arizona legislator awaiting trial say authorities have provided them with a flood of information from a three-year undercover FBI investigation.
  • New lanes open on U.S. 93 between Phoenix, Vegas

    The Arizona Department of Transportation is allowing motorists onto newly constructed lanes on a highly traveled road between Phoenix and Las Vegas.
  • Peoria police search for robber posing as officer

    Peoria Police are looking for a suspect who impersonated a police officer, then robbed a man.
  • Scottsdale receives two architectural awards

    Two Scottsdale structures have received a 2012 American Institute of Architects award.