Breaking News from San Carlos
Find the latest San Carlos News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
Video appears to show former Arizona police officer having sex in office on duty
SUPERIOR, Ariz. -- (KNXV) -- Newly released video appears to show a former Superior Police Department commander using his agency-issued body camera to record a sexual encounter with a woman in his office.The incident reportedly occurred last year and involves Anthony Doran, who is seen in the video
Arizona cop filmed office sex on body cam, stored pornography: lawsuit claims
A lawsuit alleges that a former police commander from Superior, Arizona used a police body camera to film himself having sex in the office. (Pinal County Sheriff's Office)A former Arizona cop was fired earlier this year for allegedly using a department body camera to film himself having sex and sto
Hayden PD: Toddler abducted by non-custodial mother, boyfriend may be in Mexico
HAYDEN, Ariz. - Officials are looking for a 3-year-old girl who was taken by her non-custodial mother from a home in Winkelman, Arizona.
A brief history of Cobre Valley Regional Aquatic Center
The intentions of this project were always to be a “regional” endeavor, providing swimming activities for Globe, Miami, and the county areas which are intertwined.
Globe hires new police chief
Pictured:Mayor Al Gameros (right) with Globe’s new police chief Dale Walters.Dale Walters was appointed Permanent Police Chief for the City of Globe in a special council meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 7.Walters thanked the Council and said that “The City of Globe has an historical significance for the gre
Police: abducted child may have been taken to Mexico
According to a statement released by Hayden Police, Kamila Cabrera, 3, was dropped off at a home in Winkelman, Ariz. by her father, Thomas Cabrera, on the evening of August 9. According to court documents, Cabrera was granted emergency custody of Kamila on August 2, but Cabrera had agreed to let 25-
One dead in highway 70/77 crash
On Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018 around 12:34 p.m., Globe Police Department responded to the area of Junction 70/77 in reference to a two-vehicle collision. It was reported that two-vehicles collided head-on with each other.
Tri-City Sanitary District election is on
The Tri-City Regional Sanitary District board was unable to gather a quorum to gavel its Aug. 6 meeting into session, but that may not be an issue come November, as there will be an election featuring four candidates running for three seats.
Alcohol awareness training Aug. 15
The presentation takes place at the Miami High School auditorium, located at 4739 S. Ragus Rd., Miami, on Wednesday, Aug. 15, from 6-7:30 p.m.
Authorities looking for missing White Mountain Apache woman
Rebecca Ivins, 55, went missing July 22 while cutting wood near Carrizo. Searchers recently came across a body in the search area. Authorities have not commented further.Photo courtesy of NCSO
Pinto Valley unions get 4-year wage package
During the quarter ending June 30, 2018, Capstone said it had a net profit of $8.2 million (US), cashflow at $28.8 million, revenue from continuing operations at $104.5 million, debt at $164.8 million.
San Carlos, Peridot residents warned of water shortages
During the summer, in San Carlos, Ariz., it can be unpredictable when potable water is available in the community.
Johnnyd Flores brings artistic hair styling to Historic Downtown Globe
But the proprietor of the salon, 29-year-old Johnnyd Flores, a native son of the Globe-Miami area, is anything but random. Flores is a focused businessman, accomplished hair stylist and actor with the Copper Cities Community Players.
Emergency Declared In Mammoth After Damage To Water System
Citing a potential for the disruption of emergency services, the governor’s office said Monday the declaration would “ensure that necessary resources are available to protect the lives, pets and property of Arizonans.”
ROAD CLOSURES: Monsoon brings heavy flooding and road closures across Valley
Heavy rain and strong windsled to widespread flooding across the Valley Thursday. Parts of the east Valley were hit with three to four inches of rain during the monsoon.As of 5 a.m. Friday, multiple road closures remained in place while crews and the Department of Public Safety worked to clear the r
Water/Ways coming to Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum
In addition to his normal duties as executive director of the Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum, Tom Foster has been busy for the past few months preparing for a major exhibit coming to Miami in September, when Water/Ways will begin a run that ends Nov. 4.
CCYS expands under Joe Barajas’ leadership
When a group of parents took over a youth basketball program that the Town of Miami was going to close, according to Joe Barajas, they never thought “it would go so far so fast.” In 2011 they started the process of getting non-profit status and in 2013, they launched their first under 12 basketball
Piranhas wrap up successful season in return to Hostetler Pool
Also, the Piranhas would like to thank the Town of Miami, pool managers and lifeguards. We had practices five mornings a week and hosted two home meets at the Hostetler Pool. The lifeguards and managers were there every day helping us in many ways to have the pool ready. This year the Hostetler Pool
Big Splash in Pima a bash
+1Richard Morallas, 13, seemed to defy gravity as he performed a spinning flip in the air at the Pima pool.Brooke Curley Photo/Eastern Arizona Courier
Gardening and Landscape at Gila Community College Gila-Pueblo Campus
Gila County Community College and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension will offer AGR 230 “Gardening and Landscape” in Globe this fall semester 2018. Classes will be held at the Gila-Pueblo Campus, 8274 S. Six Shooter Canyon Rd., Aug. 23 to Dec. 13, Thursdays from 1-3:50 p.m.