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GLENDALE -- Fans with tickets and those without are converging on University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale for Super Bowl XLIX.
There is a 61 percent chance of the U.S. Interior Department declaring a shortage on the lower Colorado River by 2017, a Central Arizona Project official told state lawmakers Thursday.
Five years ago when the earthquake hit and destroyed much of Haiti, Richard Louis was a young aspiring rapper without much of a plan for the future.
"The kingdom of God is like kudzu planted in a field." Would Jesus have ever said such a thing? Yes, I think so. You see, he once compared God's work in this world to a growing ""mustard seed" and like ""yeast mixed in with the dough." Making the jump from mustard and yeast to kudzu is not as far a leap as you might think.
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Malori Maeva never grew up dreaming of flower arrangements but once she began learning the art of floral design, she knew she had found her calling.
Art aimed at raising awareness of child sex trafficking is making a stop in the Valley, thanks to StreetLightUSA, a local nonprofit that’s served nearly 500 child victims since opening in 2011. “The Scarlet Cord,” housed in a 40-foot storage container parked for a limited time in Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row arts district, features 30 works.
Cats are fun pets, but be sure to not make the following mistakes so that there is harmony in your house.
PHOENIX -- State lawmakers are moving to get more doctors into rural and medically underserved areas of the state.
Calling the idea unfair, a House panel voted Monday to bar city police departments from telling police officers how many traffic tickets they are expected to issue each day, week or month.
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona lawmaker who sponsored a law against "revenge porn" is working on a new version after a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups forced it to be put on hold.
Officials cautioned Northeast residents to not be misled by a relatively smooth Monday morning commute, and pressed their cautions to prepare for a "crippling and potentially historic" storm that could bury communities from northern New Jersey to southern Maine in up to 2 feet of snow starting later in the day.
The East Valley Women’s League will be collecting new and gently used prom dresses and accessories from Feb. 1-28 to be given away for free in March and April to Arizona high school juniors and seniors during the “Cinderella Affair.”
Learning to cook also comes with a lesson on service for advanced culinary students at Mountain Pointe High School.
It all began when One Side bought a birthday cake.
Not to be outdone, the Other Side bought some ice cream.
The One Side escalated with sprinkles.
Still looking for a place to stay during Super Bowl week?
Making a list of resolutions is as much a part of some people’s New Year’s traditions as watching the ball drop at midnight.
Almost 30 years ago, Adrian Lyne directed “Fatal Attraction.” His film took a fairly basic thriller premise and distinguished it with Oscar-caliber performances, a well-structured screenplay, and legitimate terror. Since then, we’ve gotten numerous retreads like “Swinfan,” “Obsessed” and now, quite possibly the dumbest of all, “The Boy Next Door.” Even if “Fatal Attraction” never existed, though, “The Boy Next Door” would still be a downright embarrassing standalone movie. How embarrassing is it? So embarrassing that the audiences for “General Hospital” and “Days of Our Lives” would boo it off-screen.
Buying a home? Want to put in a new kitchen and include it in your mortgage? Well, now you can!
The Brelby Theatre Company, based in historic downtown Glendale, presents Neil Simon’s comic fable, “Fools.”