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JBS Tolleson recall increased to 12 million pounds of raw beef
As consumers nationwide are continuing to fall ill, the massive recall JBS Tolleson’s raw beef products was upped to more than 12 million pounds in early December, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
National wave of hoax bomb threats hits Phoenix-area cities
Multiple reports of possible bomb threats were made across the Phoenix-metro area and were believed to be linked to similar threats made nationwide on Thursday, according to several Valley police agencies.
Phoenix-area festivals for the new year
(3TV/CBS 5) − The holiday season is in full swing and no doubt you are quite busy!. Maybe even too busy for festivals, so we wanted to take a look at a few you might not want to miss as we step into the new year.
Kurt and Brenda Warner make the holiday season bright for 2 new homeowners
PHOENIX — Kurt Warner along with his wife, Brenda, and their First Things First Foundation teamed up with Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona, Aarons, Inc., U-Haul, Brooklyn Bedding, FSL, Trellis and the City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department to surprise two valley families.
Glendale Trucking Company Caught In California Recycling Sting
For the past three years, a Glendale trucking company reportedly collected Arizona’s recycled trash and hauled it to California, exploiting its Resources Recycling and Recovery program for more than $16 million.
Phoenix mayoral candidate Kate Gallego wants Suns to pay for arena
PHOENIX – Phoenix mayoral candidate Kate Gallego thinks the Suns, not taxpayers, should foot the bill for major arena upgrades. “My personal opinion is that sports teams like the Suns are among the most profitable enterprises in America and that they should pay for their own scoreboard, kitchen and
45 cats and dogs seized from animal shelter in Arizona
Dozens of cats and dogs have been seized from an animal shelter in Arizona. According to multiple sources, 45 cats and dogs were removed from the Az Dog Adoptions shelter in Phoenix following a welfare check which was conducted on Wednesday.
Phoenix bomb squad looking for vehicle of interest in unexplained explosions incidents
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Phoenix Police officials have released an update Thursday afternoon on a series of incidents where people reported explosive sounds in Northwest Phoenix. According to the statement, the calls for service were made between October 1 and December 1. Calls were made in an area betwe
Kurt and Brenda Warner surprise Valley family with fully-furnished home
GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) - It's very different from where we used to live, but I'm grateful for this," the Magana family said. It's an emotional morning for the Magana family, as they're given the key to their new home. Brenda Warner says she.
My daughter and I love to explore Arizona, but it may soon get harder (for all of us)
Opinion: If Congress fails to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund, many outdoor experiences we enjoy in Arizona could be compromised. When my daughter, Vida, was 3, she wanted to go on an adventure.
Christmas gifts stolen from Glendale family's home
A Glendale family was left devastated on Tuesday, after someone stole most of their Christmas gifts from underneath the tree. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
Police: Pedestrian critically hurt after Glendale hit-and-run
GLENDALE, AZ - Authorities are searching for the driver who hit a man walking in a crosswalk in Glendale on Monday night and drove away from the scene. That man, identified as 67-year-old Kenneth Cahill, remains at the hospital and is "receiving emergency treatment as he fights for his life," the Gl
Details surrounding MCSO deputy's theft of $500 from shooting scene emerge
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- A Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy has been arrested for stealing cash from a house in the East Valley, while he was investigating a fatal shooting. The deputy, identified as Gregory Johnson, faces a count of burglary and a count of theft, and he appeared in a jailhouse courtroom
Maricopa County deputy arrested for taking money from dead person
MESA, AZ - The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested one of its deputies for taking money while responding to a report of a dead body. In a news release sent Tuesday night, the sheriff's office said 39-year-old Gregory Johnson responded to a report of a dead body near Mesa on October
Wreck that dumped nails on Phoenix freeway snarls traffic
PHOENIX (AP) - Part of a Phoenix freeway was shut down for nearly two hours during the Wednesday morning commute after a wreck involving a SUV pulling a work trailer dumped nails and other debris on the roadway.
Peoria woman found stabbed to death inside son's Illinois apartment
PALATINE, Ill. — Authorities in suburban Chicago say a man — who was shot and killed by police after he struck the officer and another person with a vehicle — was the son of an Arizona woman who was found stabbed to death inside the man's apartment.
Arizona Couple Drives 900 Miles With Kids in Trunk, Dogs in Back Seat
An Arizona couple has received jail time after they decided to put two kids in the trunk of their car while traveling 900 miles in order for their dogs to sit in the back seat.
Father of Valley Marine who went missing off Japanese coast speaks
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- The father of a Marine who was killed after a mid-air collision off the Japanese coast is speaking out. Maximo Alexander Flores from Litchfield Park always wanted to be a marine. He always wanted to be his dad, and he enlisted a decade ago.
Mesa man charged in 3 killings pleads to burglary counts
PHOENIX (AP) - A man charged with killing three people in burglaries nearly seven years ago in metro Phoenix has pleaded guilty to three unrelated burglaries. Michael Lee Crane, who was at times combative and chuckling during the Wednesday hearing, said he was changing his plea "under duress."
Peoria woman found dead; son shot, killed by Chicago police
CHICAGO - Authorities in suburban Chicago say the man who was shot and killed by police after he struck the officer and another person with a vehicle was the son of a woman who was found stabbed to death inside the man's apartment.