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Fewer people are flying the friendly skies over Phoenix...The remains of a Chandler architect who disappeared on an ATV ride near Flagstaff in January were found, but what killed him is still unknown...A Chandler man is arrested after his girlfriend's 2-year-old is brutally beaten, suffering severe skull fractures...It takes money to make money: Governor Jan Brewer says a proposed budget by lawmakers could threaten millions in federal funds...Sheriff Joe Arpaio snarls that Rapper DMX only drew probation for spraying a jail guard with the garbage the sheriff feeds to inmates...Outlook for economy: Bad -- but only if you believe the world's largest bond fund...Beep, beep -- no new Jeep: Two Valley dealerships end days as Chrysler outlets because of auto manufacturer's troubles.

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