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Witness in Gilbert officer's deadly shooting speaks publicly for the first time
GILBERT, AZ — It has been nearly a decade since Gilbert Police Lieutenant Eric Shuhandler was gunned down during a traffic stop, and nearly two months since the trial began for his accused killer, Christopher Redondo.
Rattlesnake bite sends ex-Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's wife to the hospital
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- The wife of ex-Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been released from the hospital, after spending the weekend in the Intensive Care Unit following a rattlesnake bite.
Gilbert updating the town’s building code
Gilbert is updating the building codes that set the minimal safety standards for home and commercial construction in the town. The town is operating under the 2012 International Building Code and is looking at a 2018 version.
Dean Cain was in Phoenix to make Gilbert man’s faith-based film ‘John Light’
PHOENIX — A film production crew was on location at Banner Ironwood Medical Center March 16 and 18 for several hospital-based scenes being filmed for the movie “John Light.”
Shuttered Arizona hospitals to give patients 90 days to access medical records
More details have emerged on how and when patients of Florence (Ariz.) Hospital at Anthem and Gilbert (Ariz.) Hospital can access their health records, which have been locked away since the hospitals closed in June 2018, ABC 15 Arizona reports.
Arrest made following police pursuit along I-17
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- A police pursuit along I-17 in North Phoenix has ended with an arrest at a gas station. There are few details available as to what happened, but the car, a red SUV, lost at least one tire, and entered the gas station at the end of the chase. The driver then stepped out of the car
Dog ejected during crash on Arizona interstate found, reunited with family
A dog who was lost for almost two weeks after he was ejected during a crash on an Arizona interstate was found and reunited with his family this week, officials say. On March 12, troopers were investigating a crash on southbound Interstate 17, near Stoneman Lake in Northern Arizona, a news release f
When life gives you lemons: Arizona might declare lemonade as its state drink
PHOENIX – Lemonade is one step closer to becoming Arizona’s state drink. The Senate Government Committee voted 6-1 to move House Bill 2692, with only Sen. Juan Mendez voting against it. The bill now goes to the Senate Rules Committee and, if passed, the full Senate.
Arizona grand jury indicts suspected leader of drug ring
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona's attorney general says a state grand jury has indicted a man suspected of being the leader of a drug ring that distributed and sold methamphetamine, heroin and the powerful synthetic painkiller in the Phoenix area.
Great Wolf Lodge Arizona resort, indoor water park to open in October
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- With an 85,000-square-foot indoor water park, the Great Wolf Lodge Arizona is set to open its doors to its first-ever Arizona resort near Scottsdale in October.
Phoenix PD: Transient punches man in face, victim then hit by car & killed
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS5) -- Phoenix police say a homeless man punched another man in the face, and that victim then fell into the street and was fatally struck by a car. The incident occurred Monday morning in the area of 19th and Glendale avenues.
All charges against 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett dropped
CHICAGO (AP) — Attorneys for "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett say charges alleging he lied to police about attack have been dropped. Stay with Arizona's Family for more updates on this story.
4 months after losing lease in Chandler, Hangar 9 Bar & Grill reopens in Gilbert
Hangar 9, the neighborhood bar and grill that lost its lease in Chandler four months ago, has reopened at a new location in Gilbert. The restaurant formerly was located on the northwest corner of McQueen and Pecos for three years. It blamed its landlord for kicking it out in favor of a ‘‘corporate’’
$150,000 Powerball ticket sold in Arizona
PHOENIX — A winning $150,000 ticket for last Saturday’s Powerball drawing was sold in Maricopa. The ticket was sold at the Good 2 Go gas station at John Wayne Parkway and Honeycutt Road, according to an Arizona Lottery spokesperson.
Couple quits jobs, sells home and belongings to travel full-time
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- This story could sound like a dream come true for some people, as one Valley couple has decided to quit their jobs as corporate executives, sell their home and all their belongings, and travel the country full-time, in their RV.
Authorities searching for suspects in fatal Phoenix assault, armed robbery
Authorities are asking the public to help local police departments to help them solve two separate instances of a deadly assault and armed robbery. Bruce Graham, 70, was sitting at a bus stop with a group of what may have been young teens when there was some kind of argument.
Man accused of raping incapacitated Hacienda Healthcare patient resists STD test
PHOENIX — A former nurse charged with sexually assaulting an incapacitated woman who later gave birth at a long-term care facility in Phoenix will appeal a court order requiring a test to determine if he has HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases.
Cubs’ Hamels gets hole-in-one, home run
MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Chicago Cubs pitcher Cole Hamels had had fun few days of firsts. Over the weekend, he recorded his first hole-in-one on a golf course, and on Monday night, he hit a home run in his final spring training tuneup.
General Hospital Event Brings the Fantasy to Life in Tempe on Saturday
Many of you hold fond memories of watching General Hospital after school or happening upon it while you were turning on the television in the afternoon. It’s the longest running TV soap opera in production, with more than 14,000 episodes since its debut on April 1, 1963. Even generations later, peop
Suspect in custody after shooting involving Mesa officers
MESA, AZ — A suspect is in custody after a shooting involving Mesa officers early Monday morning. The Mesa Police Department said officers responded to an apartment complex near Baseline and Ellsworth roads just after midnight for a disturbing the peace call.