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Thefts reported in Queen Creek Jan. 6-12 to MCSO

Above are the general locations of thefts reported Jan. 6-12 to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for the community of Queen Creek. Theft, reported at 2:50 p.m. Jan. 9 in the 20300 East Arrowhead Trail.


MCSO deputy struck by car in Queen Creek released from hospital

QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. - Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Armando Gomez, who was in serious condition after he was hit by a vehicle while responding to a crash in Queen Creek on Jan. 9, was released from the hospital Monday and is now recovering at home, MCSO said.


Mesa man arrested in deadly stabbing

MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Mesa police have arrested a suspect in a deadly stabbing from Sunday night. Isaiah Aguirre, 36, was arrested Monday after police say he stabbed a man in the chest outside a business near Country Club Drive and Southern Avenue.


Mesa police searching for teen boy with autism

MESA, Ariz. — Police in Mesa are searching for a boy with autism who went searching for his dog around 1 a.m. Wednesday. Henry Valenzuela, 16, was last seen near Broadway and Dobson roads before he left his home on foot in the early morning.


Bill Gates elected chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

Bill Gates, the newly-elected chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, says county government is making a difference on pressing regional issues such as water, environmental health, and growth and can do even more in the coming year.


Maricopa Co. Sheriff's Office to furloughed TSA agents: Come work for us

PHOENIX — On the 25th day of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office took to Twitter to try to entice furloughed federal employees to come work for them.


Suspect wounded in Fountain Hills deputy involved shooting charged with terrorism

PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- A man who was shot and wounded in Fountain Hills after allegedly advancing toward a Maricopa County Sheriff's sergeant with a knife has been charged with terrorism-related charges.


Federal tax changes could mean windfall for Arizona

Arizona is looking at a major windfall in the state budget as a result of the federal government’s tax overhaul, but Gov. Doug Ducey and state lawmakers have different ideas about how the money should be spent.


Local restaurant offers helping hand to furloughed government workers

MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- An east Valley restaurant is doing its part to help out federal employees affected by the government shutdown. Waldo’s BBQ has announced that all federal government employees and their families not receiving paychecks may receive free dine-in meals at Waldo’s every Thursday fr


Couple suing PCSO for making false arrest

FLORENCE — A Queen Creek couple is accusing the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office of negligence and excessive force after deputies mistakenly arrested them during a road rage incident last year.


Meet the Teacher: QCHS’s Gabriel Gahn follows father into teaching

Why you chose to work in the district: Queen Creek reminded me of my home town of Prescott AZ. Small Town feel, even though we have grown quite a bit lately. What I like most about what I do: Teaching is FUN. I would say most days are just all out fun. I try to mix things/lessons up to make it inter


ADEQ Corrects Misinformation Re: Recycled Water Discharge

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) issued a Water Quality Advisory on January 11, 2019 for the unpermitted discharge of recycled water from Johnson Utilities’ Pecan Water Reclamation Plant into Queen Creek in the San Tan Valley area. There is no impact to Johnson Utilities’ drink


Thefts reported in Gold Canyon Jan. 6-12 to PCSO

Above are the general locations of thefts reported Jan. 6-12 to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office in the community of Gold Canyon. Vehicle theft, reported at 9:03 a.m. Jan. 7 in the 6600 block of South Kings Ranch Road.


Armed suspect dead after shot by Tempe police

PHOENIX — Police in Tempe shot and killed an armed suspect Tuesday afternoon, according to police officials. The shooting happened in the area of 48th Street and Baseline Road, Tempe police say.


2nd annual AJ Kids Idol Jan. 27 at Barleens Dinner Show

The second annual AJ Kids Idol is 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, at Barleens Dinner Show, 2275 Old West Highway in Apache Junction. AJ Kids Idol is a talent competition for kindergarten through senior high school students. The competition is divided between Kindergarten-sixth grades and seventh-12th grad


Arizona state regulators order Hacienda HealthCare to find 3rd party manager by January 23

Arizona state regulators have ordered Hacienda HealthCare to fins and retain, with AHCCCS and DES approval, a qualified third-party manager to oversee day-to-day operations of the facility. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.


Human remains found east of Phoenix, confirmed to be man missing since 2010

MESA, Ariz. — A hiker found human remains near Red Mountain earlier this month, and police say it is the body of a man who went missing in 2010. Hugh Turner went missing from his Mesa home on December 24, 2010. There was a long search for him at the time. No evidence of him was found at the time.


Water-smart workshop Feb. 9 on irrigation controllers

Looking to beautify your outdoor spaces in 2019? Whether you are searching for a professional to do the job or plan on doing the work yourself, understanding the basics could save you a substantial amount of time and money.


Queen Creek council executive session Jan. 16 includes utility agreement with Johnson Utilities

A potential utility interconnection agreement with EPCOR as interim manager of Johnson Utilities Co. is a topic on the six-item, closed-door executive session agenda for the Jan. 16 Queen Creek Town Council meeting.


Top 12 Ways People Could Prank a Fully Driverless Vehicle

People have been raging against the machine in Chandler, where Google-affiliate Waymo has been testing self-driving cars for the last couple of years. According to a popular New York Times article, which pilfered material from an Arizona Republic article by Ryan Randazzo, Chandler police have record