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  • Triple Dekker win
    Dekker 'three-mendous' in win over Arizona, Badgers back to Final Four
    The Wisconsin Badgers were dialed in from long distance in the second half at the Staples Center on Saturday and will make a return trip to the Final Four on the strength of an 85-78 win over Arizona in the West Region Championship.It was the...
  • Mom of 7 stabbed to death as kids watch: Dad stabs mom at least 13 times in the back
    Mom of 7 stabbed to death: Dad stabbed mom to death as 7 kids look-on
    Years of reported abuse ends with a mom of seven kids stabbed to death and in a pool of blood on the floor of the family's home. Her seven kids witnessed some, if not all of the stabbing death done by the hands of their own dad.This 37-year...
  • Mom of 7 stabbed to death
    Mom of 7 stabbed to death: Ariz. husband stabs mother of seven in front of kids
    An Arizona mom of seven was stabbed to death – by her husband and the father of the children. John Davis, a 37-year-old father from Goodyear, Arizona, is accused of using a kitchen knife to brutally stab his wife, 35-year-old Michele Davis,...
  • Sylvia Allen Mandatory church
    Sylvia Allen: Mandatory church? Ariz. senator proposes 'moral' mandatory church
    Arizona senator Sylvia Allen has a fix for the moral ills of society: Mandatory church attendance. Allen, a newly appointed member of the Arizona Senate and an activist for the Snowflake Republican Party, is championing a call for all Americans to...
  • Kentucky is not the only undefeated team left vs NCAA Tournament teams in 2015
    Kentucky is not the only undefeated team left vs NCAA Tournament teams in 2015
    The 2015 NCAA Tournament is down to the Elite Eight. All college basketball fans know that the Kentucky Wildcats are undefeated this season and going for a perfect 40-0 record. But how many college basketball fans realize that Kentucky is not the...
  •  Sellers with little equity, keep more of their equity at closing.
    5.4 million homes across America are still upside-down on their mortgages
    5.4 million homes across America are still upside-down on their mortgages, according to an estimate from CoreLogic. By their estimations, more than 10 percent of homeowners are stuck in homes for which they owe more than the property is worth....
  • MMMF
    This is the season of Festivals in Arizona
    Last time out, I talked about all the amazing festivals that are running throughout the winter and spring here in Arizona - why not go listen to great music outdoors, when the weather is in the 80s in March !The next festival to hit the Valley is...
  • After 22 years on death row, Debra Milke walks free with all charges dropped
    After 22 years on death row, Debra Milke walks free with all charges dropped
    Prosecutors said that Debra Milke drove her four-year-old son Christopher out to the Arizona desert in December 1989, put a gun to the back of his head and pulled the trigger three times. Convicted of that murder and sentenced to death, she spent...
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    U.S. house prices rose in January
    According to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) monthly House Price Index (HPI), U.S. house prices rose in January, up 0.3 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis from the previous month.The FHFA HPI is calculated using home sales price...
  • Brittlebush is yellow gold
    Brittlebush blossoms bring gold to Saguaro National Park
    Saguaro National Park, showcase of the regal saguaro cactus, is brilliant with golden hues of brittlebush, encelia farinose, as the Sonoran Desert’s blooming season begins. Already brittlebush’s blossoms, sprightly against the plant...
  • One dead, 5 injured in Mesa shootings
    One dead, 5 injured in Mesa shootings
    Police in Mesa, Arizona responded to reports of an active shooter on Wednesday morning in multiple locations in the city including the Tri-City Inn motel where at least two people were shot. The shootings left one victim dead and five others...
  • Gold Mine in the Arizona desert
    Prospecting for Gold in the Mountains of Phoenix
    As the famous saying goes, “there’s gold in them thar hills.” It is pretty well-known that the mountains surrounding the Phoenix area are hiding deposits of gold. Now, the likelihood of you finding the Lost Dutchman mine are...
  • Arizona motorcyclists are actively engaged with the current legislative session
    Arizona motorcyclists are actively engaged with the current legislative session
    ABATE of Arizona is keeping a close watch on the current legislative session in that state as they work to protect and promote the rights of the riders. Mary Donnay, president of the organization, was gracious enough to answer several questions...
  • Dina Preston Band delivers a great show
    Dina Preston Band delivers a great show
    The Dina Preston Band delivered a great show as the headliner of the disabled veterans benefit Saturday night at the Mesa Convention Center, Mesa, Arizona. From "R-O-C-K in the USA" to their own penned song about PTSD entitled "So...
  • Tempe Beach Park
    Pot of Gold Music Festival at Tempe Beach Park
    Music fans who make it to Tempe on March 13-15 and 17 are in luck. That’s when Tempe’s newest spring event, the Pot of Gold Music Festival, will bring some major music mojo to Tempe Beach Park. The lineup is a dream for music fans with...