Heartbleed bug causes major security headache
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A confounding computer bug called "Heartbleed" is causing major security headaches across the Internet as websites scramble to fix the problem and Web surfers wonder whether they should change their passwords to prevent theft of their email accounts, credit card numbers and other sensitive information.
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Milke Dismissal Ruling
Judge denies reconsideration of dismissal ruling for Debra Milke who was found guilty of murder in 1990.
VA Hospital Allegations
Whistle blower Dr. Sam Foote explained his allegations that administrators at the Phoenix VA had a system of covering up delays in care by destroying documents and entering in the delayed appointment times as the actual desires appointment dates.
Ken Bennett For Governor
With only 112 days until voters begin casting early ballots for the August 26th primary election, Ken Bennett, Arizona's Secretary of State, is the first candidate to file his nomination paperwork to get on the ballot.
APS Plan For Wildfire Season
Despite drought conditions that could result in a higher than normal amount of wildfires this summer, APS is well-positioned to meet customer demand, company officials told the Arizona Corporation
Country Thunder Traffic Issues
Please be advised Mineral Mountain Drive, which intersects with U.S. 60 at Mile Post 216, is not a through roadway into the Country Thunder Music Event. Several motorists have been stranded and have needed assistance in getting back to U.S. 60.
Harkins Deal for Summer
Summer Movie Fun for kids is back at Harkins Theatres! 10 kids' movies for $7 starts May 26, tickets on sale April 11
12pm-Scottsdale Board Meeting
Notice is hereby given to the members of the Governing Board and to the general public that on Friday, April 11, 2014, at 12:00 PM, in the Education Center Boardroom, 3811 North 44th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, the Governing Board will hold a Special Meeting.
12:30PM-D-M HEROES DAY
'Hero's Day' to offer special needs citizens their own mini Open House Nearly 500 local individuals with disabilities or special needs will be brought to the flight line Friday, April 11 - the day before D-M's Open House begins to watch the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds practice their routine.
VIVA AUNT RITA'S HIV fundraiser
VIVA AUNT RITA'S TO RAISE MONEY FOR 18 CENTRAL ARIZONA AGENCIES PROVIDING HIV/AIDS PROGRAMSJOIN AUNT RITA'S FOUNDATION FOR A FUN EVENING OF CHARITY GAMBLING, VEGAS SHOWGIRLS, AND ENTERTAINMENT The Venue in Scottsdale. The Venue of Scottsdale is located at 7117 E. 3rd Avenue in Scottsdale. $40.00 per person. Call 602 904 6001 for more information.
1pm-Celeb Fight Night
Celebrity Fight Night Live Auction To Include XCOR Lynx Spaceflight Trip with John Corbett. Celebrity Fight Night is one of the nation's most impactful charity events. For more information, visit www.celebrityfightnight.org.
6:30pm-Coyotes vs. PD for Hobbs
The Coyotes Alumni team will play a charity game vs. a Police Hockey team on Friday, April 11, to benefit the Survivors Fund in memory of Phoenix Police Detective John T. Hobbs. General admission tickets for the game, which will be played at the Ice Den in Scottsdale starting at 6:30 p.m., are $10 each.