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Globe Police Department to address public intoxication downtown

Acting Globe Police Chief Bob Folker and Lieutenant Justin Keeling made a presentation at the March 13 Globe City Council meeting to address the proliferation of public drunkenness that is affecting downtown Globe. The department is planning a day of intensified enforcement as well as public forums

ARIZONA SILVER BELT - 2018-03-20 21:08:08

Two immigrants found in woman's trunk

Two illegal immigrants were found in the trunk of a 23-year-old Tucson woman who fled from the Interstate 19 checkpoint near Tubac on Friday afternoon and was chased for almost 25 miles. A Nogales Border Patrol Station agent directed the woman, who was driving a Nissan Altima, to a secondary inspect

GREEN VALLEY NEWS AND SUN - 2018-03-21 00:54:00

Local entrepreneur wants to spread word about growing food indoors

One local entrepreneur has the lofty goal of transforming the abandoned Safeway store in Miami into a year-round indoor farming community. Just how does one convert such as ambitious goal into a reality? The answer is: one hydroponic vegetable plant at a time. This sometimes-outrageous person is

ARIZONA SILVER BELT - 2018-03-20 21:08:04

ADOT to adopt new 5-year transportation plan

The entire Board of the Arizona State Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting in the Globe City Hall beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, June 15 for adoption of the state of Arizona's new 5-year transportation plan. Major corridors for passenger and freight traffic would be expanded and impr

ARIZONA SILVER BELT - 2018-03-20 21:08:00

Tribal group says crosses vandalized at Arizona prayer site

SUPERIOR, Ariz. (AP) - A group that has been protesting a proposed copper mine in Superior says four crosses at a prayer site have been taken or damaged. The Tonto National Forest said Tuesday it is investigating the vandalism that occurred over the weekend at the Oak Flat Campground. The group know

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-03-21 08:08:35

Two dogs found malnourished, injured

Pima Animal Care Center is investigating two stray girl dogs that came into the shelter thin with wounds on their faces and legs. PIMA ANIMAL CARE CENTER Copyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. TUCSON, Ariz.

KGUN 9 - 2018-03-20 22:12:43

Neuss out as Superior Police Chief following Council vote, Ensley takes over as interim chief

David Neuss David Neuss was removed as Superior's Chief of Police after the Superior Town Council voted unanimously on March 8 to terminate his contract with the town. Replacing him as police chief on an interim basis is Sgt. Christian Ensley, a current member of the Superior Police Department. In v

COPPERAREA.COM - 2018-03-20 15:43:58

Fatal crashes up on I-19, but overall wrecks down

This year is proving to be an exceptionally deadly year for travelers on Interstate 19, but the number of wrecks overall is down. There have been four fatal collisions with five deaths on the 27-mile stretch of I-19 between Arivaca Road and San Xavier Road between Jan. 1 and March 15, compared to on


Globe Police chief resigns as two other officers placed on administrative leave

GLOBE, AZ - For unrelated reasons, the chief of the Globe Police Department has resigned and two other sergeants were placed on administrative leave in recent weeks. The staffing changes are adding stress to the small Arizona law enforcement agency, which is already in the middle of conducting a maj


Globe Police responds to potential threat at Globe High School

The Globe Police Department responded to a potential threat at Globe High School on Wednesday, March 7, the day after a student posted a profanity-laced tirade on his Facebook page. Globe High School Principal Robert Armenta felt that the situation required a response from school administration and


City responds to trash complaints

GLOBE - After several consultations with Michelle Yerkovich from the City of Globe and Bill Hanna from Gila County, Kenneth Morgan is seeing things improve. He is one step closer to relief from the people that are dumping garbage, practically on his doorstep, almost every day. Other neighbors have e


Off-duty CBP officer dies in I-19 crash

An off-duty Customs and Border Protection officer from Rio Rico has been identified as the victim in a fatal crash Friday night on Interstate 19 between Pima Mine and Papago roads. Walterio Nunez, 55, died when a northbound SUV crossed the median and hit his vehicle head-on about 8:40 p.m., accordin


Rain helps firefighters battle 234-acre Thomas Fire

FORT THOMAS - A weekend wildfire that burned 234 acres in the Gila River area near Fort Thomas was 75 percent contained as of Monday morning. Bureau of Land Management Wildland Fire crews battled the Thomas Fire, which started last Friday, through the weekend. They had achieved 75 percent containmen


Amber Alert suspect avoids jail time

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - A woman who kidnapped her biological children last summer avoided a jail at a Tuesday sentencing. On July 10, 33-year-old Bedajii Harnesberry allegedly kidnapped her biological children, ages 16, 14 and 11, from the home of her mother, who was acting as their guardian. The home i


Pinal County Judge Under Investigation for Sexual Abuse of a Minor

Steven Fuller, a judge for the Pinal County Superior Court, has been reassigned to handle civil cases, pending allegations of sexually abusing a minor. According to a police report, the alleged victim stated that Fuller touched her genitals and buttocks and rubbed against her in almost weekly occurr