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Will Arizona storms prevent you from seeing February's Full Snow Moon?

PHOENIX — When it comes to seeing spectacular supermoons, cloudy weather is not ideal for getting a good view. And with an active weather week ahead for Arizona, some doubt has been cast on the ability to get a good view of what will be the largest supermoon of 2019.


Bar fight leaves man unconscious, sends woman to hospital

SAFFORD - An argument over a dance at the Bull Pen bar escalated into a fight that reportedly involved at least 20 people, left one man unconscious and sent an elderly woman to the hospital. A second man reportedly seen attacking the male victim was arrested on an unrelated charge.


Families push for prison reform bill in Arizona

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - A Tucson organization is calling for prison reform and many families are supporting the cause. “This is a system that is tearing apart families and we are not getting any benefit from it," said Caroline Isaacs. "There’s no increase in public safety, there’s no reduction i


Heavy snowfall predicted for northern Arizona through Monday

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - Heavy snowfall is predicted for parts of northern Arizona. The National Weather Service says Flagstaff is expected to get up to 15 inches of snow by Monday with Payson getting up to 12 inches and Show Low and Prescott up to.


Arizona man rescued after getting stuck in quicksand for hours at Zion National Park

An Arizona man was rescued Sunday hours after he got his leg stuck in quicksand and was forced to wait out a snowstorm at Zion National Park, officials said. The unidentified man and a female companion were hiking the Left Fork Trail in the national park in Utah on Saturday when the 34-year-old got


Arizona's English Immersion Mandate In Context

State legislators are getting a lot of credit for their unanimous passage of SB 1014, which removes the state mandated four hour English Immersion blocks for ELL students. They deserve the credit, as does Governor Ducey for signing the bill.


Changes coming to Arizona travel requirements in 2020

PHOENIX (FOX 10) - If you're a frequent air traveler, listen up. Beginning in October 2020, Arizonans will be required to show federal identification to board a flight. "On October 1, 2020, the TSA is going to have more rigorous identification requirements for people that want to go through the chec


Body Cam Video They Don’t Want You To See: Arizona Cop Takes Down Knife-Wielding Jihadist

The media is quick to pounce on narratives that serve their agenda, but when it comes to actual news stories about the dangers of real hate and terrorism in America they are often silent.


Stolen vehicle arrest on Arizona Ave

YUMA, Ariz. - According to the Yuma Police Department an arrest was made during a standard welfare check on 26th Place and west Arizona Avenue in Yuma on Monday around 11 a.m. During the welfare check, police identified a stolen vehicle and arrested the person they believe is involved with this situ


Stronger more 'significant' winter storm expected to hit Arizona later in the week

Snow and rain kicked off the workweek for Arizona beginning what is expected to be an active weather week for the state. The National Weather Service in Flagstaff said the Flagstaff Airport had received nearly 15 inches of snow between 7 p.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday.


Rusty Taco opens 1st Arizona restaurant

Tacos are about to become the most important meal of the day in Gilbert, Ariz., where the highly-anticipated Rusty Taco is opening its doors at 1907 E. Williams Field Road, Suite 108.


Missing man headed to Arizona last seen in AV

PALMDALE (CNS) — The Mohave County Sher­iff’s Office in Arizona is seek­ing the public’s help in locating an 85-year-old man who was last seen in Palm­dale. Charles Dearstien was last seen about 7:30 p.m. Friday in Palmdale, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office in Kingman, Arizona, reported.


Thatcher ranked as one of safest cities in Arizona

THATCHER — The town boasts a splash pad, is home to a college, and now Thatcher is considered one of Arizona’s Top 10 safest places to live. According to an online source, Thatcher is the third safest of cities and towns n all of Arizona. The website, www.homesnacks.net, is a data-collection service


Thatcher sneaks past Morenci in the quarterfinals

PRESCOTT — No. 5 Morenci and No. 4 Thatcher faced off in the quarter finals of the 2A state championship on Saturday. Morenci came from behind to contest for the victory, but both teams battled hard to the final possession and Thatcher clinched the victory, 72-69.


P.O.W.W.O.W. returning to Morenci in March

MORENCI — Greenlee County Residents have a prime opportunity to snatch up to 70 pounds of Fresh produce in the coming weeks. Produce on Wheels Without Waste (P.O.W.W.O.W) is making its way back to Morenci at the beginning of next month, on March 2.


Man Dies In Custody at Pima county Jail

On Thursday, Feb. 14, just after 2:00 p.m., a "use-of-force encounter" at the Pima County Adult Detention Complex resulted in the death of 53-year-old David Ray Maxwell. The corrections officer involved, Jason Hubert, was placed on administrative leave immediately following the encounter, as is st


Gila Monsters pour it on in the second

THATCHER — After falling behind in the first quarter, the Gila Monsters jumped to a commanding lead in the second and rode it to a 61-42 win over Phioenix College on Wednesday Feb. 13.


Globe's B.J. Burries' high school career ends in Arizona 2A boys quarterfinals loss

PRESCOTT -- With 2:33 left in Saturday’s 2A boys basketball quarterfinals, Globe guard B.J. Burries, seated on the floor, looked up at the referee, his mouth agape. He fouled out, his team trailing big to the bigger Pima Roughriders, and his Arizona historic high school basketball career in the book


Pima softball surrenders 30 runs at Central Arizona in doubleheader defeat

The Pima Community College softball team (4-5, 2-2 in ACCAC) had a rough time containing the Central Arizona College offense on Saturday in Coolidge. The Aztecs surrendered 30 runs to the Vaqueras (14-3, 7-1). Sophomore Maria Vanezza Caldera (Tucson HS) was a bright spot for the Aztecs at the plate


Pima men's basketball has 6-game winning streak halted at South Mountain

The Pima Community College men’s basketball team (21-6, 14-5 in ACCAC) hit a bump in the road on Saturday as it fell at South Mountain Community College (11-16, 6-13). The No. 10-ranked Aztecs fell to the Cougars 92-79 snapping their six-game winning streak.