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On March 13 of every year, local news outlets run the annual story of the "mystery" surrounding the lights that appeared over Phoenix in 1997.
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If you're visiting local nurseries in hopes of picking up new starter plants for your garden, you're typically confronted with an array of tomatoes, peppers, and basil.
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Gunfire erupted early this morning inside a Latin-oriented dance club in Central Phoenix, resulting in the death of an employee and the injury of another individual.
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PHOENIX A 10-year-old dog is recovering at the Arizona Humane Society's Second Chance Animal Hospital after he was rescued from a Phoenix canal Friday morning.
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Since last summer French Grocery has been serving up a taste of the Big Easy here in Phoenix.
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A hazy night with Hot Rock Supa Joint, Arizona's premier stoner rap wizard, begins with a hazy idea.
There are a few things that are almost guaranteed to happen during St. Patrick's Day: funny hats and green beads will be worn by many a bar patron, bad imitations of Irish accents will be proffered by the inebriated, and endless gallons of emerald-colored beer will be quaffed.
A survey of Phoenix residents suggests that people are generally confused about what happens if they don't have health insurance at the end of this month.
A Phoenix man pleaded guilty Thursday to manslaughter in the shooting death of his friend at a Glendale apartment.
Police say 27-year-old Andrew Ward is in custody after stabbing his 12-year-old half-brother to death Wednesday night in north Phoenix.
Former Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker is seen in Maricopa County Superior Court, in this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012 file photo taken in Phoenix, Ariz.
Phoenix voters will likely be voting on reforms of the pension system for city employees, which includes actually phasing out the program, and replacing it with a 401 -style plan.
Ronald Lee Moore, 25, is suspected of the theft of copper wire from more than 20 light poles next to the I-17 interchange at Cordes Lakes.
St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner. Which means this weekend, you and a gazillion of your closest corned beef and Guinness loving friends will be looking for the perfect place to post up and slam car bombs all day.
A woman was driving a Chevy Tracker in the area when a man wearing dark clothing reportedly stepped out into the roadway in front of her.