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Benson sees golf-ball-sized hail, significant amount of people without power

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KGUN 9 - 2018-07-21 00:39:23

Bridge replacement project on State Route 80 between Douglas, Bisbee begins in August

The Arizona Department of Transportation is initiating a project to replace the Glance Creek bridge on State Route 80 between Douglas and Bisbee.The bridge is located about 14 miles west of Douglas between Oro Road and Chisholm Trail.Preliminary work is already underway, and motorists may see crews

DAILY DISPATCH - 2018-07-20 22:30:00

Monsoon rain results in I-10 crash

The July 10 crash occurred just before 1 p.m. at westbound mile marker 314 eight miles east of Benson. The vehicle driven by Faydra Bulls, 36, of Tucson, hydroplaned, causing her to lose control of the 2017 Mazda M6 which skidded sideways into the median where the rear of the car collided with a pal


Cochise County to host new Law Enforcement Training Academy

The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Cochise College to provide a seventeen-week Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (AZPOST) academy within the county. The Southeastern Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy (#SEALETA) will be held at the Douglas Campus of Cochise Colle

ARIZONA RANGE NEWS - 2018-07-20 15:00:00

Oct. trial for man who grabbed trooper’s gun

Matthew Joseph Menard, 38, is scheduled for a pretrial conference Sept. 28 in advance of an Oct. 30 jury trial. He was arrested June 10 after Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers found him in a car which had crashed near the Mescal Road exit.


Hail storm rocks Corona de Tucson

TUCSON, Ariz. - An early-afternoon hail storm pounded the Corona de Tucson area for 15 minutes Friday.Severe Thunderstorm Warning active now. Check@kgun9for updates.pic.twitter.com/s6RjpnX0lI— Erin Christiansen (@ErinSaidItWould)July 20, 2018According to weather spotter Richard Petersen, quarter-siz

KGUN 9 - 2018-07-20 21:19:55

State Speaker of the House Mesnard visits Cochise County

Sierra Vista — Arizona Speaker of the House J.D. Mesnard visited Sierra Vista on Wednesday to update community members on actions taken during the state Legislature’s most recent session, and plans for the future.In a conference room at Cochise College, Mesnard gave attendees an overview of what he


2 face charges in Cochise County after deputies find meth in car

Kelly Jo Wilson, 28, and Cheyenne Barnes, 28, were arrested after detectives found two ounces of methamphetamine during a vehicle search, officials say.Cochise County Sheriff's Office


Tucson's high is 99, meanwhile Vail gets hail

The chances for thunderstorms in Pima County were slim this morning, but by the looks of it, we might get some rain after all.

TUCSON.COM - 2018-07-20 21:30:00

Letter to the editor: Dispute over lieutenant dates back years

I had to chuckle when I read the story “Board still won’t let sheriff hire lieutenant,” NI, July 13.

NOGALES INTERNATIONAL - 2018-07-20 07:00:00

Storms through Friday. Record heat by Monday!

TUCSON, Ariz. - Scattered showers and storms are possible late in the day and evening hours today and Friday from Tucson south and east. These storms will likely start across parts of Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz counties, then move west and northwest. Strong wind gusts, blowing dust, a


Election season in the valley

As such, the Benson/San Pedro Valley Chamber of Commerce has set a candidate forum for Thursday, Aug. 2. The 90-minute forum, originally slated to be held at City Hall, will be held in another location as yet to be determined.


Museum preparing for fall season opener

That’s according to Museum Director Judy Lee, who is busy preparing the facility at 180 S. San Pedro St., for a new “bone exhibit,” just in time for the fall season opener in September.


College doing its part to help local economy

Cochise College is doing its part to try and help Douglas and its economy.Cochise College President JD Rottweiler provided the welcoming remarks at the 23rdannual Douglas Economic Outlook Luncheon which was held Thursday, July 12 at the Douglas Golf Course.“Over the last nine years we’ve done over $


Young students learn basics of photography at WASA class

As part of a one-week course, young students were given the chance to learn from a professional photographer. Willcox Against Substance Abuse (WASA) has multiple summertime classes for children of every age, and last Tuesday was the second day of a weeklong photography class.


Uribe addresses State of the City

City of Douglas Mayor Robert Uribe presented his second annual State of the City Address on July 11 at City Hall.The public event was attended by various dignitaries and representatives from around the county and state, as well as local residents, business owners and organizations.During his speech


Adam Sandler spotted at Firebirds Wood Fired Grill in 2018

"We had a special guest dine with us today! Thanks for joining us for dinner Adam Sandler," the restaurant wrote in the Facebook post.


Medical board suspends Benson doctor’s license

PHOENIX — Citing need for emergency action, the Arizona Medical Board issued an order last week to suspend the license of a longtime Benson doctor who also practiced in Sierra Vista.Glenn G. Robertson, M.D., is prohibited from prescribing any form of treatment, “including prescription medications or


Designed to sell! Homes to suit your lifestyle

If you're new to Green Valley or looking to move to a larger or smaller home, check out these priority features individual homebuyers are seeking these days. Though the list can vary among individuals, there are some common must-have requests.Whether buying a newly built home or a resale, ReMax owne


Willcox, Ariz., Family Farm Holds Pick-of-the-Crop Fruit Festivals | Markets Insider

WILLCOX, Ariz.,July 16, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- Apple Annie's is holding its annual fruit festivals – peaches, pears, watermelons, and apples – starting in late July and extending into September, with fruit-based food, pick-your-own excursions, and harvest samples.