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  • Gladiator Fire reaches 80 percent containment

    A wildfire that has burned more than 16,000 acres near the historic mining town of Crown King is 80 percent contained.
  • Giffords to appear at Tucson campaign event

    Gabrielle Giffords will appear at a concert to support the Democrat hoping to be her successor.
  • Jury selection starts in retrial of truck driver

    Jury selection is set to begin in a new trial of a dump-truck driver charged in the deaths of four motorcyclists in north Phoenix.
  • Phoenix shooting leaves 2 hurt

    Phoenix police are hoping an assault rifle found inside a home will lead them to the suspects in a shooting that left two people wounded.
  • Phoenix mayor addresses possible conflict of interest

    City of Phoenix officials said they are addressing any conflict of interest involving a lobbying firm whose founding partner is married to a high-ranking member of the Phoenix mayor's staff.
  • Phoenix mother who left baby on car roof out of jail

    A woman accused of driving while her 5-week-old baby was in a car seat on the roof of her vehicle has been released from jail.
  • Loughner’s stay in Missouri officially ends this week

    The Tucson shooting rampage suspect's stay at a Missouri prison facility where he's undergoing psychological treatment is set to officially end Thursday.
  • Historian: 2012 fire season has been building for decades

    "This is just the season for big fires and we go through this every year with it being hot, dry and windy leading into the monsoon," said Arizona State University Professor Steve Pyne.
  • Hopi High connects with community through airwaves

    Many schools in Arizona have journalism courses. Some even give their kids the chance to be heard on the airwaves in radio or television. However, students at Hopi High School probably reach more people.
  • ASU creates new computer display

    The ASU Flexible Display Center is showing off a new computer display screen this week in Boston. It's a prototype that flexes like rubber.
  • Relaunch brings Green Lantern out of closet

    One of DC Comics' oldest heroes will be revealed as gay in the second issue of "Earth 2," which will be in stores Wednesday.
  • Hotel chain using blacklights to clean rooms

    Research shows that consumers are not confident that the hotel room they've just rented is clean.
  • Welcome to That Real Estate Show on News Talk 92.3 KTAR

    I can't tell you how excited we are to launch That Real Estate Show. Let me make one thing clear. This show is for YOU.
  • Car hits brothers fighting in Phoenix-area street

    A car hit two brothers who were fighting in the middle of a street in the western Phoenix suburb of Litchfield Park, critically injuring them both.
  • Tempe mulls bond election for dam replacements

    Tempe is mulling a $10.5 million bond election to help pay to replace the rubber dams at Tempe Town Lake.
  • First lady’s Tucson visit cost taxpayers $18,000

    First lady Michelle Obama's visit to Tucson in April cost the taxpayers just under $18,000.
  • Grand Canyon trail reopens after pipeline break

    A popular Grand Canyon trail that was closed because of a water pipeline break can handle hikers again.
  • June 4, 2012

    Once he got the cash, the man fled. No getaway car was seen.
  • Mom forgets baby on car roof

    PHOENIX (AP) — Phoenix police have arrested a woman for allegedly driving off after forgetting her baby in a car seat on the roof of her vehicle.
  • Brakes put on challenge to Arizona law

    A judge has put the brakes on one of the three remaining legal challenges to Arizona's 2010 immigration law because lawyers who brought that case missed several filing deadlines.