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Two killed in Payson plane crash have been identified
PAYSON, AZ (3TV/CBS 5/AP) -Two people were killed when a small plane crashed into a home in Payson Saturday evening.The FAA said on Sunday said that two people were on board when the crash occurred.The Payson Fire Department confirmed Monday morning that the two people on board were killed. The pilo
Payson homeowner picking up the pieces after small plane crashes into house
PAYSON, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -A homeowner in Payson surveyed the damage of his house Sunday afternoon after a small plane took a nose-dive through his roof the night before."The bathroom was right there, that's the edge of the bathtub, the shower part," Doug Denham said, pointing to the unrecognizable rub
Pilot dies after plane crashes into Payson home
Doug Denham, who has lived in the home for 23 years, told ABC15 it was, "a hell of a crash...didn't know what it was, but just, BOOM, and then the front glass went flying out into the front yard."
YCSO: Man, woman used counterfeit money in Cordes Lakes
CORDES LAKES (3TV/CBS 5) -Authorities are searching for a man and woman they say used counterfeit money to pay for items at a store Saturday in Cordes Lakes.Around 7:30 p.m., deputies responded to a fraud report at a Family Dollar Store near Hitching Post Way and S. Stagecoach Trail, according to th
Plane slams into Arizona home
PAYSON, Ariz. (KPNX) - Two people are suspected dead after a small plane crashed into a Payson home Saturday evening, police say.
Sears bankruptcy: 5 more Arizona locations closing
USA Today, citing court filings, reports liquidation sales could begin in just a couple weeks.
In the Arizona mountains, a store dedicated to all things Donald J. Trump draws crowds
© Tom Tingle/The RepublicKaren MacKean and Steve Slaton are co-owners of The Trumped Store and Coffee House in Show Low, Arizona. They sell all things Trump, Friday, September 28, 2018.
Will Show Low frustration end tonight for Payson gridders?
Could this be the end of the streak?We’ll find out starting at 7 o’clock tonight when Show Low and Payson battle in a pivotal 3A East Region football game in Payson.More than any other team, the Cougars have frustrated the Longhorns over the past decade.
Kavanaugh appointment could encourage new abortion legislation in Arizona • Arizona Mirror
Pro-life and pro-choice protesters gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court on March 2, 2016, to demonstrate. The court that day heard oral arguments in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, a case centering on restrictions placed on abortion clinics in Texas. Photo courtesy Jordan Uhl
Time to protect Fossil Creek cable
The fiber optic cable washout detailed in theRoundupstory of Sept. 28 spotlights several life-threatening problems caused by the USFS and exacerbated by CenturyLink. The exposed cables/conduits pictured in the article are in service and provide the only Internet access for all of northern Gila Count
Keeping busy in Rim Country
I’m as guilty as anyone of sometimes thinking there’s nothing to do in my small town. Like many people, I turn on the TV or check my email account for anything to occupy my time and my mind. It seems most everyone, young or old, has declared, “I’m bored” or “There’s nothing to do around here” more t
Camp Verde school board renews five of seven varsity wrestling coaches
CAMP VERDE –Camp Verde Unified School District’s governing board voted Tuesday to renew five of the high school’s seven varsity wrestling coaches for the 2018-2019 wrestling season.But head coach Tracy Tudor and longtime assistant Mario Chagolla were not renewed, as the Camp Verde School Board voted
Lobos control East after 34-7 win against Payson
“We were concerned coming in,” said Snowflake head coach Kay Solomon. “Payson always brings it and plays well over here. I told my boys, ‘I know they’re going to play their best game; what are we gonna do?’ That first quarter was definitely a fight for us. They brought it.”
Flash Flood Watch in effect Saturday for much of Arizona
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)--A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 8 p.m. Saturday for Metro Phoenix, Western Arizona and portions of the high country through Central Arizona.A low pressure system tracking into Arizona from the west Saturday will also tap into moisture from former hurricane Sergio. Sergio
Arizona State Fair shuts down as rain continues to fall in Phoenix
Thank you everyone for braving today’s storm. For the first time in recent memory The Arizona State Fair is closing due to weather.Forecast is sunny skies and a high of 75 tomorrow! Hope to see you back at the fair!pic.twitter.com/2rhswkbJ1E— Arizona State Fair (@azstatefair)October 13, 2018
Trump adds campaign stops for Senate candidates in Montana, Arizona, Nevada
The president will make trips during the second half of the week to Montana, Arizona and Nevada, where Republican Senate candidates are locked in tight races that could help determine control of the upper chamber.
Showers from Sergio hit Arizona; when to expect the most rain
As of 8:30 a.m., 0.04 inches of rain had fallen at Phoenix Sky Harbor, the National Weather Service said, bringing the area to within just a few tenths of making it the second wettest October on record.
Puppy rescued after falling off cliff along Mogollon Rim
PAYSON, AZ - It's a hard story to tell for the Zabek family, they visit the Mogollon Rim every year, to honor the death of Stephen Zabek. He died at just 16-years-old in 2003.
Meghan McCain: Kyrsten Sinema's old joke about Arizona Legislature 'ignorant'
© Nicholas Kamm, AFP/Getty ImagesRoberta McCain , age 106, mother of Sen. John McCain, listens with Meghan McCain, daughter of John McCain, as Vice President Mike Pence speaks during the ceremony honoring the late senator on Aug. 31, 2018, in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
In Arizona Senate race, McSally continues gaining ground after a boost from Kavanaugh hearings
“Whether they disliked Trump or had issues with the establishment,” pollster Mike Noble told the Phoenix ABC affiliate, “now what we've seen is [the] Kavanaugh confirmation process has really brought all those Republicans home and has solidified the Republican base, hence why you're seeing all the f