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VATICAN CITY - Pope Benedict XVI presided over Good Friday services in St. Peter's Basilica a few hours before his scheduled participation in a torch-lit Way of the Cross procession at the Colosseum in Rome.
Most East Valley communities are holding municipal elections today, and the the outcomes could have major effects on what our area will be like in a few years.
Keeping alive the memory of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks was the emotional centerpiece for many parishioners attending Good Friday services at St. Bernard of Clarivaux Parish in Scottsdale.
TRAGEDY AT ARM’S LENGTH: Michele Wenzel of Scottsdale watches as her daughter, Krista, touches a cross Friday outside St. Bernard of Clarivaux Parish in Scottsdale.
Sometimes good ideas are better left in the heads of the writers. "The Good Guys" (premiering 7 p.m. Wednesday, Fox) had to have started off as a fun idea - a spoof of those buddy-cop action flicks of the 1970s and '80s. But somewhere along the way, "Good" went bad.
For many years, suburban Chicagoan John Obie has gone to bat for sports memorabilia collectors. Be it medallions, baseballs or bats, Obie and his current company, Hampster Direct, have released commemorative pieces that have become highly sought-after collectibles.
If you live in south Chandler, if your children attend after-school activities at the Boys and Girls Club or if you work in certain East Valley businesses, Intel probably affects you.
Ferguson jokes that this photo was taken when he was young and good-looking. SUBMITTED PHOTO
A memorial service has been scheduled 11 a.m. Saturday to remember Lita Berman, mother of Gilbert Mayor Steve Berman, who died last week at the age of 80.
If you want a weather forecast, you can go to the National Weather Service's very good Web site — www.nws.noaa.gov — click anywhere on the map of the 50 states and get a detailed, seven-day forecast along with radar and satellite images.
Chandler is becoming a financial services hub, and is expected to land more major location and expansion projects, economic development professionals say.
Presidential administrations almost always dislike leaks of information about government’s business — except for the ones they orchestrate themselves — but President’s Bush administration has been more vigilant and more successful (at least until recently) at controlling them.
Kerry Kuperman and Kiley Roos, both 16, cruised through Scottsdale after school Tuesday, listening to hip-hop music and talking about classmates. But they were also on a mission: To make sure five families in need had a hearty Thanksgiving.
Is the customer always right? Only 4 percent of Americans believe the cliché is always true, according to a recent survey. Here’s the rest of the breakdown: 21 percent say often, 58 percent say sometimes, 14 percent say rarely, and a whopping 3 percent say never. What happened?
MINNEAPOLIS - The Diamondbacks realigned their bullpen a bit Friday, activating Mike Koplove from the disabled list, designating Scott Service for assignment and temporarily moving John Patterson to relief.
To many people, the idea of a helicopter ride is exhilarating, but that flight can turn scary if it’s a medical necessity instead of a joy ride.
For the pilots, nurses and paramedics working for Native Air, their trips are a little bit of both. Following the frightening possibility of needing a medical transport in case of an accident, people also have to face the expensive aftermath. Native Air, the local branch of parent company Omniflight, has an answer for that problem with a membership program offering flights for $49 a year.
In an era where teenagers often are busy staying inside playing video games, surfing the Internet or texting their friends on the latest gadget of communication (not that there’s anything wrong with that), a group of them took the time to help improve the community in which they live.
The Sun City West Christian Church was filled Saturday with the sound of laughter and sorrow, with teary eyes and smiling faces, as friends and loved ones came together to mourn the death and celebrate the life of Army Staff Sgt. Jason Reeves. Reeves, who attended Peoria High School and whose grandparents live in Sun City West, was killed in action in the Paktia Province of Afghanistan Dec. 5. He was 32.