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Police: Pedestrian dies after being struck by car near Arizona Avenue and Ray Road

CHANDLER, AZ — A pedestrian has died after being struck by a car in Chandler Friday night. The incident happened around 7:15 p.m. near Arizona Avenue and Ray Road. Chandler police tell ABC15 the man was not in a cross walk when he was hit.


Sign removed from Dolphinaris Arizona after 4th dolphin dies, possibly from contact with humans

Signage outside a swim-with-the-dolphins venue in Arizona was removed Friday, one week after the facility was shuttered following the death of the fourth bottlenose dolphin in less than two years, according to reports.


KOLD INVESTIGATES: Is MS-13 a problem in southern Arizona?

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - At campaign speeches and in his tweets, President Donald Trump mentions MS-13 as one of the reasons a border wall is a necessity because the situation at the border is a crisis.


Scammers put new disguise on common scheme – the Arizona Supreme Court

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- You know the scam. We’ve told you about it in all of its many ever-changing forms. You get a call from somebody needing or demanding money. Perhaps they tell you that you owe the IRS money. Maybe the caller poses as a relative in dire straits, desperately in need of your help.


Bodycam footage shows ISIS suspect being shot by Arizona police officer

Police have released bodycam footage showing an Arizona sheriff’s deputy shooting a man who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State. Sgt. Brandon Wells shot Ismail Hamed, 18, outside a police substation in Maricopa County last month after Hamed called 911, telling the operator he had a knife and


Arizona Lawmaker Accused of Endangering Drought Plan to Protect Water Supply for 40M in U.S. West

Top Arizona Democrats on Friday accused the Republican House speaker of risking the collapse of a drought plan for the Colorado River by pushing legislation that has angered the Gila River Indian Community, a key player in the negotiations to protect the water supply for 40 million people.


HORRIBLE: Dog trapped in muzzle for 2 weeks in northeastern Arizona

PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A dog is now recovering after she fell victim to a sad case of animal cruelty in far northeastern Arizona. The stray dog was caught in Tsaile, Arizona, which is in Apache County on the Navajo Nation.


Marijuana Safety Bill Mysteriously Blocked In Arizona Senate

lives.” According to Borelli, the bill, a voter-protected measure, requires three-fourths support, or 23 votes in the Senate. While it made it way through two committees, not a single Democrat supported the bill.


Arizona reaction to Trump’s border emergency splits along party lines

WASHINGTON – Arizona lawmakers’ reaction to President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national border security emergency Friday split along party lines, with Democrats blasting the move as “fear-mongering” that sets “a dangerous precedent.” But Republicans praised the president for taking action the


Sun City residents can get rid of hazardous waste

Sun City residents with hazardous waste to dispose of will have a chance to do so next month. The Sun City Posse and several other community organizations and businesses will host a hazardous waste take back event 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, March 9 at the Posse headquarters, 10861 W. Sunland Drive. Pos


Gomez junior student of the month

Summer Gomez, 13, has been named Vulture Peak Middle School student of the month. She is the eighth-grade daughter of Brandy Gomez of Wickenburg. Gomez has been active in Girl Scouts and WHS musical performances “Bye Bye Birdie” and “We Will Rock You”. She also loves to sing and play violin.


Wild horse, burro adoption and sale Feb. 15 – 17

WICKENBURG – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking good homes for wild horses and burros during its adoption and sale event on Feb. 15 – 17, at the Everett Bowman Rodeo Grounds in Wickenburg, Ariz.


VIDEO: Terror Suspect Attacks Deputy With Rocks, Knife, Cop Responds With Lead

Phoenix, AZ – A homegrown violent extremist demonstrating his allegiance to the Islamic State was shot after he charged a deputy with a knife (video below). During a press conference on Thursday, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) released bodycam footage and recordings of 911 calls that th


Art club offering photography class

The Wickenburg art club is hosting three sessions of phone photography classes starting Feb 24 - March 10. Learn about using photography via smartphone in an easy and fun way. WAC’s workshop will helps with getting there. This workshop won’t just talk about photography, but will show how to use a sm


Community hospital supportive of SB 1089

The future of medicine may increasingly mean that patients in rural areas won’t have to travel to a larger city to get specialty care. Mayo Clinic neurologist Dr. Bart Demaerschalk recently provided state legislators with a glimpse of the 21st century healthcare available if telemedicine legislation


Deadline for BPW Scholarships Friday

The deadline to apply for Wickenburg Business & Professional Women’s Mature Woman Scholarships is Friday, Feb. 15. Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded at BPW’s March meeting. To apply, women need to be at least 25 years of age; currently enrolled in college or other accredited institute of lear



The Southern Yavapai County Search and Rescue Team (SYCSRT) responded to a call for help Wednesday evening, 2/6/19, to locate and rescue a couple from Cottonwood who had become stranded with a broken Utility Vehicle (UTV) in the desert north of Wickenburg.


Henry Wickenburg Home Open for Tours for Gold Rush

The historic, Henry Wickenburg Home, located at 225 S. Washington Street, is open for touring during Gold Rush Week. Tours started Monday, February 4th and will continue through tomorrow Friday, February 8th, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. The house will be open after the parade, from noon until 2:


Help the homeless this February

Just Serve.org is helping United Way to help the Homeless with Project Connect. Donations of men and women adult clothing are needed. Items needed include new underwear and socks, new or used sweatshirts, jeans, shirts and tennis shoes along with blankets. The project asks the public to open their h


Wranglers slam dunk 3A title

Wickenburg High School’s boys basketball clinched the 3A West Region title Monday night, but they didn’t have to play a game. Northwest Christian defeated Kingman Academy, 61-52, Monday night to maintain second place behind the Wranglers in the region standings. After Monday’s victory, Northwest Chr