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  • Police on shootings in Gilbert: We had been to house 5 times since 2009

    Gilbert Police Sergeant Bill Balafas said they believe 39-year old Jason Todd Ready was the gunman in Wednesday's shootings, an apparent- murder- suicide.
  • All tied up: Presidential race could not be any closer

    It simply cannot be any closer. Three polls at the beginning of the week show a direct dead heat with the same numbers: 46 percent each. Pundits often talk of statistical dead heats, but rarely do you have multiple polls reporting an identical tie.
  • Parents plea for clues in daughters whereabouts

    The search continues for missing 6-year-old Tucson girl Isabel Celis. Her parents, Becky and Sergio Celis, reported her missing Saturday, April 21st, after they say they went into her room to wake her up for the day and she was not in her bed.
  • Homecoming

    As you no doubt know by now, President Obama spoke yesterday to U.S. Troops in Afghanistan after making a secret overnight flight there to sign an agreement with Afghan President Karzai.
  • Gaydos’ Political Poetry – Listen Up bin Laden

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  • Pop quiz!

    Quick, were you outraged at President Bush's obvious "made for TV" event on the deck of an aircraft carrier where he declared an end to combat operations in Afghanistan and "Mission Accomplished" -- in 2003!
  • Tabloid Fantasy League – Week 11

    What exactly is the ‘Tabloid Fantasy League?’ KTAR’s Chuck Powell explains… The TFL or Tabloid Fantasy League is my own invention. You’ve heard of fantasy football, I’m assuming. Well, the TFL is fantasy football with celebrities. But instead of the gridiron, the covers of tabloid magazines comprise our playing field. Four teams, seven celebrities on […]
  • Top Clicks of April 2012

    Every month in 2012, KTAR.com will feature the top 10 stories from the past month. April's headlines on our site were dominated by an experimental aircraft's tragic end, a DPS chase that concluded with a vehicle dangling over the side of a Valley freeway and one lost little puppy who came out on the wrong side of a battle with a cactus.
  • Take 5 for Foodies – Souvia

    Pat McMahon and Kerstin Wingert, owner and president of Souvia, discuss the art of making the perfect cup of tea, the difference between packaged tea and loose tea, and where you can find over 150 different teas in one place. 15414 North 7th Street, Suite 8 
Phoenix, AZ 85022
 Phone: 602-938-1216 Store Hours: 
Monday-Friday – […]
  • New guidelines for drugs to prevent migraine headaches

    A panel of experts has issued new guidelines for the use of medication to prevent the misery of migraine headaches. Research shows that few people take medications that could head off the debilitating headaches.
  • Ann Romney, Michelle Obama are more popular than their husbands

    A new poll shows Ann Romney's favorability rating bests Mitt's, 40-35 — a historically rare occurrence among White House hopefuls that portends a critical role for Ann Romney in the 2012 election.
  • April 30, 2012 [SOLVED – Bearded Bandit]

    You wouldn't call this serial bank robber a master of disguise.
  • My browser seems to be going slow. Why?

    About a year ago, I heard you guys mention having a couple of browsers on a computer, so I installed Firefox. My web browsing has gotten HORRIBLY slow these days. BTW, I installed Chrome and everything loads fine. Should I assume I picked up a virus that affects Firefox? – David There are a number […]
  • Movies in a Minute – Jiro Dreams of Sushi

  • Movies in a Minute – Pirates! Band of Misfits

  • Tabloid Fantasy League – Week 10

    What exactly is the ‘Tabloid Fantasy League?’ KTAR’s Chuck Powell explains… The TFL or Tabloid Fantasy League is my own invention. You’ve heard of fantasy football, I’m assuming. Well, the TFL is fantasy football with celebrities. But instead of the gridiron, the covers of tabloid magazines comprise our playing field. Four teams, seven celebrities on […]
  • Gaydos’ Political Poetry – The Supreme Decision

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  • Movies in a Minute – Marley

  • Phoenix designer finds fame, fortune on ‘DWTS’

    Tucked into a nondescript set of office buildings in Phoenix is the home office/atelier of designer Randall Christensen, the Emmy Award-winning designer of the skin-baring glitzy gowns and costumes worn on "Dancing With the Stars" for 11 seasons.
  • College or a Corvette?

    For most of the last 30 years, taking on debt to graduate college has been worth it.