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1 hr ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Cracking codes and riddles can lead to opening up the mind. That's the premise behind this new book by a father and daughter designed to bring out the "inner genius" in everyone.
5 hrs ago | Star Tribune
"We didn't see the demand on the route that we had hoped," Jessica Wheeler, spokeswoman for the Las Vegas-based discount airline, said.
9 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Is cursive writing a thing of the past? Cursive is not required in Arizona, but many schools are still teaching it.
13 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Wrong-way driver arrested on Loop 202, DPS says A wrong-way driver was arrested early Thursday on Loop 202, officials said.
Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1rC6Ds3 In his speculative-fiction novel "The Gathering: End's Beginning," Randy Lindsay of Mesa presents a view of how a family and a high-ranking federal official respond to a world coming apart at the seams.
Politicos were shocked to learn that John Walsh plagiarized his masters thesis - just as soon as they found out who John Walsh was.
Two men were arrested in separate investigations for luring minors for sexual exploitation.
Two Valley men were arrested in Northern Arizona after they allegedly try to meet what they believed were young girls they'd met online.
Bruce Moeller, PhD, executive director of public safety in Pinellas County and former fire chief city manager in Sunrise, Fla., speaks to attendees.
From 5:30 to 6:30 Tuesday evening in the Community Room both finalists will be available to answer any of your questions and concerns.
A lawsuit filed by siblings of Wil Cardon accuses the Mesa businessman and candidate for Arizona secretary of state of abusing family trust funds with spending on his unsuccessful U.S. Senate candidacy in 2012 and more recently to support a lavish lifestyle.
Candidate Cook says focus is saving Gilbert money Eddie Cook, a council incumbent running for re-election, supports running the town like a business.
There are the usual feats of derring-do: uncooperative drunk drivers, the occasional OMG moments when weapons are involved, and the ever-so-rare, 3 o'clock in the morning cat-wrestling match.
Mesa man Brian Mickelson has been confined to a wheelchair for nearly 14 years following a car accident that resulted in a severe spinal cord energy, Valley organizations donate AC units to those in need Mesa man Brian Mickelson has been confined to a wheelchair for nearly 14 years following a car accident that resulted in a severe spinal cord ... (more)
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