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Scenic Apache Junction: Dead cow for a coyote feast
“I am not a photographer but I set trail cameras in AJ and surrounding area. I also have pics of kit fox, roundtail ground squirrel, kangaroo rat, spotted skunk, pack rat, javelina, jack rabbit, to name a few. This dead cow, coyote feast, was found because of circling vultures,” Randy Williams said
PD: Mesa transient charged with bestiality for trying to have sex with cat
MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- A transient in Mesa has been arrested in a horrifying case of mistreating an animal. Police say 40-year-old Michael Navage was taken into custody after he apparently tried to have sex with his cat.
Burglaries in Pinal County near Queen Creek reported March 7-9 to PCSO
Above are the general locations of burglaries near Queen Creek reported March 7-9 to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. Burglary from vehicle, reported at 5:55 p.m. March 9 in the 40900 block of North Ironwood Drive.
Queen Creek team to attend U.S. Open Robotics Championship
Robotics students at a Queen Creek middle school are to travel out of state April 3-7 for a field trip. The trip for Newell Barney Middle School National Robotics students was approved as part of a consent agenda March 5 by the Queen Creek Unified School District Governing Board.
Arizona medical worker admits to sexually assaulting sedated woman, police say
An Arizona medical worker admitted he sexually assaulted a sedated female patient at a pain treatment center, police said. Xavier Perez, 38, was arrested Wednesday following a monthslong investigation into the June 2018 incident at Integrated Pain Consultants in Scottsdale, FOX10 reported.
Heart Cry Church plans 15th anniversary celebration
Heart Cry Church, 9339 W. Hunt Highway in Queen Creek, will be celebrating its 15th Anniversary on Sunday, April 7, at both the. 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services. A free pancake breakfast is planned for all who attend. There will also be a gift for everyone, according to a release.
Iconic Pizzeria Grimaldi’s Is Now Owned by an Arizona Chain
Independent New York City restaurants lose another with the sale of iconic pizzeria Grimaldi’s to an Arizona chain of the same name. The coal-oven pizzeria opened in Brooklyn in 1991, growing to a national chain over the last 28 years. But the prized Dumbo location, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridg
Queen Creek to celebrate Fix a Leak Week
Fix a Leak Week is celebrated March 18-24 to help people identify household leaks, as these waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water each year in the United States and in Queen Creek.
Arizona's Attempt To Pass A Seat Belt Law Hits Dead-End
Efforts to require everyone in the car wear a seat belt has hit another dead-end. Rep. Bob Thorpe tried to convince the Committee on Health and Human Services to support his bill that would require back seats to also wear seat belts.
Marana Walmart set to close
TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - A Walmart in Marana is among many set to close across the country in the coming months. The Neighborhood Market located at 3900 W. Ina Road will close April 19, 2019.
Luckiest lottery stores in Arizona: Where big tickets have been sold in the state
Several stores across the Valley and the state have sold some valuable lottery tickets in recent years!. According to data obtained from the Arizona Lottery, a total of 46 tickets with winnings of $100,000 or larger were sold across the state since 2014.
Arizona Seatbelt Bill Dies, Passengers In Back Can Stay Unbuckled
PHOENIX, AZ – If you're in the backseat and you like riding without a seatbelt, you don't have to worry. About getting a ticket, that is. A bill that would have required people to buckle-up, regardless of where they are sitting in a vehicle, was killed by the state senate. It didn't even make it out
Proposed Arizona bill would alleviate state's physician shortage
TUCSON, Ariz. — Doctors are in high demand in Southern Arizona. A proposed bill moving through the state house could help alleviate that shortage. Tucson Medical Center says Arizona has less than half the primary care doctors it needs - based on the state's population.
Historic Mesa motel donates 300+ taxidermy animals to ASU
TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- One famous, historic motel in Mesa, plus ASU, now equals one room full of hundreds of taxidermy animals. “Eclectic is a good word,” said ASU project manager Scott McAdams.
2 Gilbert women put cancer stories on stage
Crystal Reidy may have won her battle with breast cancer but for the Gilbert mother, it’s not over. The 42-year-old has taken her new lease on life by supporting other moms who are fighting Stage 4 breast cancer with proceeds from her nonprofit Pink Sister Yard Sale.
Meet the Principal: Chasity Cruz of Queen Creek Elementary School
Town/Neighborhood: I live in Mesa, Arizona. What I like most about being an educator here: I love working at Queen Creek Elementary School. The teachers love the students and the students love being here. We are a family that learns and grows together, always striving to improve.
Mesa-based Myndshft will triple in size in 2019
Myndshft, a technology company that specializes in blockchain and artificial intelligence in healthcare, today announced that it plans to triple its team from 30 to over 100 employees this year. To accommodate this growth, Myndshft relocated from its 4,000-square-foot space to a new 11,000-square-fo
Florence boy, 12, finds niche in acting
An actor’s life typically includes a new look, and often a new hairstyle, with every role. But Aidan Queen, 12, of Florence, has been acting since age 5, despite sitting down for just a couple of haircuts in his entire life.
Poston Butte boys proving they belong on volleyball court
SAN TAN VALLEY — Willie Valentine and Caleb Manns were both in sixth grade participating in a grade school recess special, tetherball. But while most kids just see it as a fun way to pass time and maybe take out frustrations on an inanimate object, these two saw it as something more to like. So they
DPS: Wrong-way driver crashes head-on into truck on Phoenix freeway
PHOENIX (FOX 10) - Authorities say a wrong-way driver crashed head-on into a truck along a Phoenix freeway early Wednesday morning. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, a wrong-way driver crashed head-on with a truck on the southbound Loop 101 at Shea Boulevard just after 1:30 a.m.