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  • Maricopa County judge censured for misconduct

    The Arizona Supreme Court has publicly censured a judge for misconduct in office.
  • Feds, tribal officials to break ground on massive Navajo-Gallup pipeline

    Federal and tribal representatives will break ground Saturday morning on the first phase of the $1 billion Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, which could eventually bring water to a quarter-million people.
  • Scottsdale at odds with club over fire-code violations

    It's been going on for two years.
  • Stanton: Defense cuts could be ‘devastating’ to region’s economy

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton met with politicians and aerospace-industry executives in Washington Monday to discuss the impact that automatic defense budget cuts could have on jobs in Phoenix and around the country.
  • Smartphone app could show school lunch menu

    The Chandler Unified School District could have an iPhone application by the end of next school year that will let parents see what is on the menu for school meals.
  • Arizona 911 dispatchers being trained to identify cardiac arrest faster

    Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in Arizona and across the country.
  • Study: New moms not breastfeeding enough

    As experts continue to stress the importance of breastfeeding, Center for Disease Control researchers said only one-third of new moms breastfed as much as they'd hoped.
  • Investors turn to college towns for rental properties

    Looking to buy a stable rental property that will bring in money no matter how the economy is?
  • New equipment makes lawn mowing in Arizona heat easier

    With the temperatures over 100 degrees, many people don't want to spend a lot of time mowing their lawn.
  • Study: Allergies linked to higher risk of cancer

    A new study from the University of Washington Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center suggests that your risk of getting a blood cancer such as lymphoma or leukemia goes up if you have allergies to plants, trees, or grass.
  • Betcha Didn’t Know – Pat McMahon

    Find out something you didn’t know about KTAR’s Pat McMahon.
  • Tweet, delete, repeat: Politicians turn a microscope into a megaphone

    The website Politwoops launched this week as a way to catch politicians with their pants down, by cataloging and posting deleted Twitter tweets of congressmen, the president and presidential hopefuls.
  • Short sale or heartbreak? I’d rather get dumped!

    You have fallen in love with your dream home.
  • Mac & Gaydos’ Daily Download: Monday, June 4

    5. Grandfather gets kicked out of the Barnes and Noble Children’s Section 4. Babeu comments on the 5 bodies found in a burned-down car 3. Kim Kardashian should not be in the same poll as Jerry Sandusky and OJ Simpson 2. Another Flashlight incident, people are panicking all over the Valley 1. First Lady’s visit […]
  • Should I wait for Windows 8 to buy a new PC?

    I’m in the market for a new computer; when will Windows 8 be out and is it worth getting? – Stanley Windows 8 is Microsoft’s ambition attempt to create a new operating system that would allow users to work the same on a PC as they would on a tablet or smartphone. Windows 8 will […]
  • 3-year-old nearly drowns in Gold Canyon pool

    A 3-year-old boy nearly drowned in a Gold Canyon pool on Monday, police said.
  • Arizona woman gets 17-years in child abuse case

    The custodial mother of a 2-year-old boy found dead two years ago at a northern Arizona campground has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.
  • Cathy Is Debt-Free!

    Cathy from Arizona is in Financial Peace Plaza, and she is debt-free! Cathy paid off $28,000 in 28 months making $30,000–38,000 a year. She brought her two nieces along to help celebrate. Hear the call! Download Dave’s show, commercial free, right here! Podcast Dave’s show! Follow @KTAR923
  • Dave’s Real-Estate Criteria

    Question: A Twitter listener asks Dave what his evaluation criteria are when buying rental property. Answer: Generally, on all real estate, I am trying to buy at less than 70% of value, depending on what it is. I try to figure out what it’s worth today in its current condition, not what I wish it […]
  • Crash involving semi causes delays in both directions on I-10 in Chandler

    A crash near Elliot Road on I-10 in Chandler caused major delays during rush hour on Monday.