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  • Peoria hires fire chief

    A former Phoenix assistant fire chief has been hired as the new fire chief in Peoria.
  • Horne funding new Colorado City Sheriff’s Office

    The Arizona Attorney General's Office plans to provide funding to the Mohave County sheriff to provide law enforcement patrols in a northern Arizona community with a polygamist enclave.
  • Glendale leader says Coyotes deal will break city

    Glendale City Councilman Phillip Lieberman opposes the taxpayer-funded plan to keep the NHL team in the city.
  • Tempe comedy club’s owner death stuns friend

    Three weeks after he went missing, Tempe Improv owner Mark Anderson turned up dead in a Buckeye motel, leaving behind heartbroken family and friends.
  • Arizona CEO Shacknai starts charity in son’s name

    A Phoenix pharmaceutical executive, whose son and girlfriend's deaths were the subject of much media speculation, is keeping his son's memory alive through a new charity.
  • Man hit by Phoenix police car, in critical condition

    Phoenix police said a man is in critical condition at a hospital after being struck by a police vehicle.
  • In Jersey, buckle up that dog or else

    A new law in New Jersey will allow officers to ticket drivers for not having their dogs buckled up in the back-seat of the car.
  • Smaller Valley businesses exiting Facebook for newer rivals

    The future of using social media advertising may not rest in Facebook or Twitter anymore.
  • Potential Glendale tax hike could put car dealers on move

    The Glendale City Council is considering boosting taxes to 2.9 percent, a move that could send car dealerships fleeing.
  • Spies like us: Mystery shoppers ‘police’ stores, restaurants

    You may not know it, but the person sitting next to you at the restaurant may be undercover.
  • Coyotes could find new fans in Latino community

    The Phoenix Coyotes' recent run through the Stanley Cup playoffs brought much-needed positive attention to the team in the Valley.
  • Phone therapy could offer new way to treat depression

    Depression affects up to 30 million Americans every year.
  • Navajo official: EPA rules threaten jobs at power plant

    More than 300 Navajo Nation jobs are at stake because of "excessively stringent and expensive" regulations the Environmental Protection Agency has proposed for the San Juan power plant, a tribal official testified Wednesday.
  • Elite Arizona World War II unit holds final reunion

    They were known for their jungle-fighting ability and were the first to use jungle warfare when deployed overseas.
  • Phoenix teen earns award for act of heroism

    Alvaro Hernandez, 14, was visiting family members in the area of 1600 E. Palm Lane, when he saw a strange man walking down the street.
  • Flame virus prompts Microsoft to boost security

    The Flame virus is still a potential danger for computers all over the world and Microsoft is stepping up its security measures in response.
  • Slammer

    Are you one of the many people who are afraid to visit Mexico because of the violence?
  • Movies in a Minute – Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted

    Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman are still trying to make their way back to New York City. The gang is currently in Europe still looking for their friends when they attract the attention of Animal Control. Their journey through Europe lands them with the perfect cover: a traveling circus group! Bruce St. James said, “The […]
  • Gaydos’ Political Poetry – It’s the Economy, Stupid

  • Prescott naturopathic doctor arrested in sex case

    A naturopathic doctor in northern Arizona is in custody for alleged sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.