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Denver hit by "haboob?" late Tuesday

Chris Tomer. Denver haboob. DENVER - Typically we think of the giant dust storms that envelop desert areas of Arizona being called haboobs. Denver had a very weak version of a haboob late Tuesday. A haboob is most appropriately used to define a violent dust storm in Sudan. Yet, the use of the term h

KDVR.COM - 2017-09-20 02:28:25

Lawsuit alleges 4 additional victims of former Redlands High School teacher/golf coach

An attorney on Tuesday, Sept. 19, announced that four more alleged victims of former Redlands High School teacher and convicted sex offender Kevin Patrick Kirkland have come forward with similar allegations that surfaced last year with his arrest. Irvine attorney Morgan Stewart said at a news confer

REDLANDS DAILY FACTS - 2017-09-19 19:09:55

Redding sets record for 100-degree days this year

If it seemed like a long, long, long, long, long hot summer, you had good reason feel to that way. Summer actually hasn't been longer this year. The season - which officially ends Friday - has had the typical number of days. It's just that the number of days when the temperature cracked 100 degrees

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2017-09-19 00:14:50

Former county Supervisor Ray Carroll eyes Green Valley JP gig

Buy Now Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll is joined on the dais by his dog Simon during retirement ceremony for Carroll at a supervisors meeting on Dec. 14, 2016.Murphy Woodhouse / Arizona Daily Star Former Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll is hoping to fill the recently vacated position of Justi

TUCSON.COM - 2017-09-19 00:30:00

Arizona Police defend takedown of autistic teen

Police in Buckeye, Arizona have released body camera footage of an officer detaining a teen boy with autism who he believed to be doing drugs. The footage, taken the afternoon of July 19, 2017, shows Officer Grossman with the Buckeye Police Department go to the ground with Connor Leibel, 14. The new

WHEC TV-10 - 2017-09-19 20:11:00

Sentimental motorcycle stolen from woman in Glendale

A man was caught on camera stealing the motorcycle from a pizza shop in Glendale. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) The 1995 teal colored Heritage Soft Tail belonged to Reischman's dad John Henry. (Source: Kim Reischman) John Henry, a Vietnam veteran who died six years ago from heart trouble and exposure to Agent

AZFAMILY - 2017-09-20 04:31:00

Arizona Rural Schools Association to honor Johnny Ketchem

The Arizona Rural Schools Association honored Rim Country's Johnny Ketchem with an induction into its Hall of Fame on Sept. 15 at a ceremony at Little America in Flagstaff. Ketchem served as a rural educator for 36 years. He has been in education for 42 years, from teaching to administration. As a r

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

County has limited recourse for code complaints

Pine's Trident Winery and Pine Ice have both provoked complaints from neighbors in recent weeks. Gila County community development officials have fielded the complaints, but have limited recourse. As previously reported in the Roundup, even if fines are charged due to code enforcement violations, th

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Coming to the end of their reign: 2017 rodeo queens say goodbye

The 2017 Andy Devine Days rodeo queen Sarah Moulder and teen queen Adison Leo. Sarah is a 17 year old senior at Kingman Academy of Learning High School where she is on Kingman Tigers Cheer and made All American Cheer. She enjoys art and hanging out with friends. After high school she plans to attend

KDMINER.COM - 2017-09-19 12:55:00

Waco ISD officer marks 5 years teaching life lessons

Bell's Hill Elementary School student Tommy Deleon wants to be the example other students can look up to, and he knows that starts with how he treats others, he said. Deleon is one of 125 students going through Waco ISD's Gang Resistance Education and Training program, a six-week course given to all

WACOTRIB.COM - 2017-09-19 22:11:00

Constitution gathering cost Arizona taxpayers more than $7,000

Dressed as George Washington and Alexander Hamilton, protesters rally against a constitutional convention planning meeting for state delegates to create amendments to the U.S. constitution. David Wallace/azcentral.com Arizona may have made history by hosting the first gathering of state leaders of

AZCENTRAL - 2017-09-19 18:03:30

Arizona Man Dies After Motorcycle Crash Near Tonopah

Nevada Highway Patrol says an 81-year-old Arizona man died after a motorcycle crash on US6 north of Tonopah last Wednesday morning. Troopers say Kenneth D. Gunerius was riding a motorcycle westbound near Nye County mile marker 19 when he drifted off the roadway and hit a culvert sign. He was transp

KTVN.COM - 2017-09-19 22:16:00

Rattlesnake bites Arizona man in the face, neck after he tries catching it

Photo shows Arizona resident Victor Pratt wrestling a rattlesnake to the ground. KPHO-TV Victor Pratt has been catching rattlesnakes since he was about 8 years old, so he considers himself somewhat of a pro. Earlier this month, while celebrating his son's birthday in Coolidge, Arizona, Pratt decid

CBS NEWS - 2017-09-19 17:43:00

MPW to bring water regeneration plant to Yuma

MPW Industrial Services will spend $9 million to bring a water regeneration plant to Yuma, the company announced Tuesday. The company purchased eight acres of land for a future 30,000-square-foot industrial water regeneration plant. The new facility, to be located at 7950 E. 30th St. , will house mo

YUMA DAILY SUN - 2017-09-20 00:08:00

Butterflies in abundance in the Black Hills

The Black Hills are turning into their own butterfly pavilion as 'Painted Ladies' take over the area. Surprisingly, these butterflies are not monarchs fluttering through the air. This is likely due to better weather conditions causing less die-off or more reproduction than usual. Now, the Painted L

BLACKHILLSFOX.COM - 2017-09-20 02:01:00

Arizona Ranks High In Number Of Fatally Drownings This Summer

Arizona is among the states with the highest number of drownings. From Memorial Day through Labor Day 2017, at least 163 children younger than age 15 fatally drowned in swimming pools or spas, according to media reports compiled by the USA Swimming Foundation. Of the 163 reports, 112 of the victims

ARIZONADAILYINDEPENDENT.COM - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

'Arizona Horizon' at 36

This fall, "Arizona Horizon" turns 36 - making it the longest-running local show in the state. Since 1981, "Arizona Horizon" has told the history of Arizona as it happens, from as many angles as possible. Here's a look at what the team has been focused on lately, and what's coming up as we begin yea

AZPBS.ORG - 2017-09-19 17:37:14

Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott facing different kind of adversity in Week 3

FRISCO, Texas -- In a year, Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have become the faces of the Dallas Cowboys. Prescott was named the Offensive Rookie of the Year after leading the Cowboys to a 13-3 record last season. Elliott led the NFL in rushing with 1,631 yards and was named an All-Pro. After Sunday

ESPN - 2017-09-19 11:30:30

Former Dos Pueblos Star Addi Zerrenner Wins First 2 Races of Season for Arizona Wildcats

Addi Zerrenner is off to a great start in her junior year of running cross country at the University of Arizona, winning the first two races of the season. The former Dos Pueblos star opened the year on Sept. 2, with a victory at the George Kyte Classic at Northern Arizona in Flagstaff. She ran the

NOOZHAWK - 2017-09-19 23:38:00

Parents Demand Answers After Autistic Boy Held on Ground by Officer

An Arizona family is demanding an apology and more police training after their autistic 14-year-old son was held on the ground by an officer who mistakenly believed the teen was using drugs. "This is as clear an example of inadequate training and supervision as you'll ever see," the family of Con

NBC NEWS - 2017-09-19 23:22:00