Colorado theater shooter's sister says his eyes changed
The younger sister of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes became the first in her family to testify at his trial, saying Monday in an effort to spare his life that her brother's eyes and demeanor were different when she visited him in jail nearly two years after the attack.
Civil rights case against Arpaio can move forward
A judge has dismissed an Arizona sheriff's office from a lawsuit alleging the agency carried out a pattern of discrimination against Latinos in its immigration patrols but rejected a request to dismiss Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio from the case.
Legally Speaking: Who caved, who won in Coyotes vs. Glendale
So who got the better end of THIS deal? Only time will give us the definitive answer, but my initial opinion is that the Coyotes won.
Family argument turns deadly in Phoenix, suspect on the run
Law enforcement agencies are searching for a man who is suspected of shooting his 18-year-old nephew in Phoenix on Sunday.
Cave Creek man accused of manslaughter in a fatal crash
Bond has been set at $50,000 for a Cave Creek man arrested after a car crash killed a motorcyclist.
She Said: Places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo weekend in the Valley
Our slide show guide to the best places to celebrate Cinco de Mayo weekend in the Valley.
Valley-area sandwich makes list of 'Best Sandwiches in America'
The House-Made Mozzarella makes Thrillist's list of
Legally Speaking: A complete breakdown of the case against Sheriff Arpaio
These past couple weeks have shown us a new side of
Cat rescued after surviving on sunken boat in Lake Havasu, Ariz.
One life down, eight to go: River was rescued without injuries after surviving for an hour underwater, according to officials.
Arizona Department of Child Safety adds warning to child abuse hotline
In order to preserve resources and avoid false allegations, DCS recently added a new message on their child abuse hotline to warn prank callers.
Chicagoans, rejoice: Deep dish classic Lou Malnati's to come to Phoenix
In a groundbreaking tweet for Chicagoans in the Valley, Lou Malnati's announced that they will be coming to Phoenix very soon.
Phoenix woman charged with daughter's abduction after 25 years
Valerie Berry, a Phoenix woman, has been charged with abducting her daughter 25 years ago.
No smoke and mirrors: Phoenix officially gets first smoke-free park
Thanks to a determined group of students from Trevor G. Browne High School, the El Oso Park in Phoenix is now non-smoking.
Sen. Ted Cruz to make presidential campaign stop in Phoenix
Sen. Ted Cruz will address supporters in Phoenix when he brings his presidential campaign to town in September.
Hit the slopes: Arizona Snowbowl to get new ski lift, trail improvements
Arizona Snowbowl will soon boast its first high-speed chairlift, the resort said Tuesday.
Driver in fatal Interstate 17 crash charged with murder
The driver of a van that slammed into a semi-truck on Interstate 17 just north of Phoenix has been charged with second-degree murder, court documents showed.
Arizona Cardinals' Patrick Peterson a semifinalist to be on Madden cover
Patrick Peterson could be gracing the cover of the next installment in the Madden NFL video game series.
Arizona State's De'Marieya Nelson signed as undrafted free agent after 2015 NFL Draft
While four Arizona State players were selected in the 2015 NFL Draft itself, a few more were reportedly picked up after.
Arizona Cardinals reportedly pick up undrafted free agents after 2015 NFL Draft
The Arizona Cardinals picked a 2015 draft class of seven players over the course of three days, but they're just getting started.
D-backs Farm Report: Reno's Peter O'Brien, Visalia's Zack Godley continue to shine
The Reno Aces are struggling while the Mobile BayBears are cruising.
Arizona Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt named NL Player of the Week
The Arizona Diamondbacks may have struggled from April 27 to May 3, losing four of the six games they played, but first baseman Paul Goldschmidt did not.
Minor league baseball player Humberto Quintero goes below the belt with throw from home plate
Minor league catcher Humberto Quintero is either looking for a fight, or simply has the most wayward arm this side of Rick Ankiel
The NFC West's 2015 NFL Draft picks
After the 2015 NFL Draft, here's how the highly competitve NFC West picked.
Q&A: FICO executive on credit scoring and how it's changing
It's an important bit of information that determines a lot about your financial life. But if you wanted to be in the loop, it came with a price tag.
Lew sticking with plan to put woman on $10 bill
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew is sticking with his plan to replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill with a woman.
Mom sues Ohio YMCA, says it excluded boy with Down syndrome
A YMCA in Ohio excluded a 6-year-old boy from a summer camp and some other programs because he has Down syndrome and treated him hypocritically after using his photos in its promotions extolling opportunities for everyone, his mother says in a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination.
NYSE halts trading on technical issue; other exchanges open
The New York Stock Exchange stopped trading in the late morning Wednesday because of a technical problem, though NYSE-listed shares continued to trade on other exchanges such as the Nasdaq. The exchange said on its official Twitter feed that the issue was internal and not related to a breach of its systems.
E-i-e-i-o: Pittsburgh eases path for chickens, urban farming
Aspiring young McDonalds will find it easier to have an urban farm in Pittsburgh with a chicken and a duck here, and maybe even a goat there.
Suicide attempts most common in newer soldiers, study found
War-time suicide attempts in the Army are most common in newer enlisted soldiers who have not been deployed, while officers are less likely to try to end their lives. At both levels, attempts are more common among women and those without a high school diploma, according to a study billed as the most comprehensive analysis of a problem that has plagued the U.S. military in recent years.
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- Maricopa County Home and Garden Show October 20th-22nd Westworld of Scottsdale on 10/20 - 10/22 @ 10:00 am
- Red Sea Road Rally Dave & Busters Glendale on 10/22 - 10/22 @ 10:00 am
- Bickley & Marotta Live AT&T Metrocenter on 10/20 - 10/20 @ 12:00 pm
- Lost Lake Festival Margaret T. Hance Park on 10/20 - 10/22 @ time varies