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Toddler dies after being found unresponsive in vehicle in Glendale

GLENDALE, AZ — An 18-month-old girl has died after being found unresponsive in a hot car Monday afternoon. The Glendale Police Department says the incident happened around 4:30 p.m. in the parking lot of an apartment complex near 53rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road.


Fountain Hills Theater is proud to announce the Arizona Premier of the new musical Disenchanted!

WHEN: May 10 – 26, 2019. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:00pm. HOW: Reservations: (480) 837-9661 x3 Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. PRICE: Individual Adult Tickets $30, Youth 17 and under $12. Group rates available. Veteran and Active Duty discounts. Senior discounts.


Pursuit ends near Loop 202 Santan and Arizona Avenue

CHANDLER, AZ — A driver is in custody after a pursuit ended near Loop 202 Santan and Arizona Avenue. Salt River Police Department reportedly initiated a pursuit around 4:15 a.m. Tuesday.


Grandfather supplied paper to grandson's school after learning they ran out

MESA, Ariz. [video from KNXV-TV via CNN] — When an elementary school in Arizona ran out of paper, a grandfather of a student stepped in. "Golly, a school without paper is like a school without kids — what good is it?" grandfather Walter Buse told KNXV-TV.


Was helicopter that crashed near Fountain Hills safe to fly?

FORT MCDOWELL, AZ — There are many questions surrounding the safety of the helicopter that crashed in a field near Fountain Hills on Monday morning, killing two people on board.


Defense funds being used for Arizona, New Mexico border wall

YUMA, Ariz. – The U.S. government is moving forward with plans to use military funds to build border barriers in Arizona and New Mexico. The Department of Homeland Security issued waivers to environmental laws last week to build and replace 46 miles (74 kilometers) of barriers near Columbus, New Mex


Arizona is the 12th most-stressed state in the country

If you’re in Arizona, that may be less likely than in other states as Arizona was ranked the 12th most-stressed state in the U.S., according to a recent report from WalletHub.


Revenue discussion continues April 18

The Town Council will follow up its discussion on budget revenue options with a special meeting called for Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m. The session is set for the council chambers at Town Hall.


Arizona mom punches 7 year old son in face after failing to be good look out for shoplifting grandma

Rebecca Gonzales, Phoenix, Arizona mom arrested after punching 7 year old son in the face after failing to be good look out for shoplifting grandmother. Also making her tabloid debut is 27 year old Arizona woman, Rebecca Gonzales, who was arrested last week after allegedly attacking her seven-year-o


Arizona mayor declares state of emergency amid immigration crisis

Yuma, Ariz. — On the front line of Arizona's border battle, agents gather names and offer water to migrants before taking them to detention centers. Seventy-two hours later, the migrants, mostly families from Central America, are released into Yuma, a city of 100,000 with just one shelter, a convert


It’s Fate! Seriously, McFate Brewing Company Is Fate Brewing Again

McFate Brewing Company, the brewery and restaurant with two Scottsdale locations, opened in 2012 as just Fate Brewing Company. But there was an issue. There already was a similarly named Colorado brewery. So in 2016, Scottsdale's Fate Brewing Co. had to reopen as McFate Brewing as a nod to founder S


Congressman Who Visited Arizona Border Went Home With False Tuberculosis Rumor

Arizona Republican leaders played tour guide for a delegation of seven congressmen in Yuma last week as part of a trip to "observe the security and humanitarian crisis" on the southern border.


DST announces April 26 opening night of ‘Broadway Bound’

Desert Stages Theatre, 7014 E. Camelback Road, Suite 0586 in Scottsdale, announces opening night of “Broadway Bound” 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 26 in the Desert Stages Actor’s Cafe.


Apache Junction man arrested in connection to recent bank robbery

APACHE JUNCTION (3TV/CBS 5) -- Police in Apache Junction say they have made an arrest in connection to a bank robbery that happened last month. Authorities in Apache Junction say Apache Junction resident, Eric Joseph Rawlings, 48, was arrested at his home last Thursday after officers showed up with


'They tried to save their mom, but they couldn't': Mesa family loses mom in house fire

MESA, Ariz. — Don Freimuth has 40 years of history with his wife Cindy. Forty years of memories, 40 years of belly laughs, 40 years of love—and exactly two pictures. It's a fact that makes Don tear up just to think about.


Charges dropped against Arizona students who protested border patrol

Charges against a group of University of Arizona students who protested an event featuring U.S. Border Patrol agents have been formally dropped. Amelia Cramer, chief deputy for the Pima County Attorney’s Office, said that the case was dismissed Friday after prosecutors learned that the university wo


PD: Phoenix couple caught having sex in a parking lot in a stolen truck

PHOENIX — A Phoenix couple was allegedly caught having sex in a public parking lot inside a stolen truck. Phoenix police report that on April 20 they responded to the O'Reilly's Auto Parts store near 19th Avenue and Buckeye Road for a call of a suspicious vehicle.


Sonoran Arcana: The Most Ambitious Beer Project in Arizona

Welcome to Sonoran Arcana, a column seeking to probe the margins of Arizona cuisine and define a more specific, novel cuisine that has emerged in America's great Sonoran Desert, New Arizonan. Here, we will venture into the arid wilds and culinary unknown to spotlight the chefs and foragers, the mill


Arizona joins 47 other states with cellphone-driving law

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona ended a decade of resistance to restrictions on using a cellphone while driving when Gov. Doug Ducey signed a law Monday outlawing holding a phone behind the wheel.


Maricopa Reentry Center members join local church for Easter service

Newly renamed Bridge Church (formerly Covenant Church) had some special guests for their Easter service at Ardrey Auditorium at Northern Arizona University on Sunday. The reserved seats near the front row of the nearly packed auditorium were for several members of the Arizona Department of Correctio