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  • Big homeowner tax break could be gone in 6 months

    Barring an extension from the federal government, the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act will end and if you want to short sell your home, you need to act soon, a Valley realtor said.
  • Monty

    Let's see -- there's Monty Python and actor Monty Wooley and even Three-card Monte.
  • 1 dead, 3 injured in west Phoenix car crash

    One person has been killed and three others injured in a four-vehicle accident in west Phoenix.
  • Police: Intruder shot during burglary attempt

    Phoenix police are on the scene of a shooting near 91st Avenue and Lower Buckeye.
  • Hazmat situation closes Scottsdale rehab center

    The Scottsdale fire and police departments are working a hazmat situation at a rehab center near 7500 E Osborn.
  • ASU develops social networking site for veterans

    Website developers at Arizona State University have created a new social networking website that helps veterans share their combat stories.
  • Phoenix man sentenced for Arizona, Nevada bank heists

    A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for multiple bank robberies in Arizona and Nevada.
  • Man arrested in fatal shooting at Surprise party

    An El Mirage man has been arrested in connection with a fatal shooting last weekend at a party in Surprise.
  • As temperatures rise, interior of cars get even hotter

    In the shade, it's about 95 degrees.
  • Phoenix teen killed by ‘errant’ bullet

    A Phoenix teen died Monday from gunshot wounds suffered over the weekend as he returned to a McDonald's to fix an incorrect order.
  • Man disrupts Senate over abortion, thanks McCain

    Capitol Police have removed a man from the Senate gallery after he disrupted proceedings by shouting that abortion is sin, and thanking Sen. John McCain.
  • Group highlights 3 states’ off-road vehicle laws

    Off-road vehicle identification laws in three states are being highlighted by a group pushing for a uniform way to spot illegal riders.
  • Court denies Loughner’s request for rehearing

    An appeals court rejected a request by lawyers for the man accused of shooting former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords to rehear their arguments over their mentally ill client's forced medication with psychotropic drugs.
  • Mesa woman faces charges in pepper-spray incident

    A Mesa woman faces assault charges after pepper-spraying a department store security guard.
  • Arizona prisons struggle with keeping out drugs

    Several recent deaths of Arizona inmates involving heroin are causing some to question how illegal drugs initially made it past prison walls.
  • U.S. Forest chief surveys NM wildfire

    A rugged swath of forest in southwestern New Mexico was pumping out more columns of smoke Tuesday as U.S. Forest Chief Tom Tidwell surveyed the burn scar being left behind by what has developed into the largest wildfire currently burning in the nation.
  • Former Valley couple pleads guilty to income-tax fraud

    A former Arizona couple has pleaded guilty to submitting false income tax returns and claiming more than $1.5 million in refunds.
  • Judge orders secrecy in Arredondo case

    A federal judge is ordering that some pretrial information that prosecutors will provide lawyers for an Arizona legislator be kept secret.
  • Phoenix police museum re-opening at new site

    Phoenix police are ready to open the doors of the agency's museum in a new home.
  • Grand Canyon University is finalist for free campus

    Grand Canyon University, a for-profit Christian school in Arizona is a finalist to receive a 217-acre Massachusetts campus.