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  • Interstate 10 eastbound lanes closed near Buckeye

    According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, eastbound lanes on the I-10 near Buckeye are closed due to an accident.
  • Florence student suspended after downloading gun photo

    A freshman at Poston Butte High School in Florence said he was suspended from school for possessing a picture of a gun.
  • 1 killed, three injured in south Phoenix shooting

    Phoenix Fire and Police responded to a shooting involving four victims near 14th Street and Roeser. One of the female victims has reportedly died.
  • State Bar of Arizona releases statement on death of Mark Hummels

    The State Bar of Arizona released a statement on Friday in regards to the death of attorney Mark Hummels. Hummels was the second victim to die in a Phoenix office-complex shooting that occurred at 16th Street and Glendale Avenue on Wednesday. The 43-year-old Hummels was representing Steve Singer in a lawsuit against the suspected shooter, […]
  • East Valley man arrested on charges of animal abuse

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man on animal-abuse charges in Guadalupe.
  • Shriek! Texts on missing kids startle cell users

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – The next time a child is abducted near you, your cellphone may shriek to life with an alert message. A new national Amber Alert system officially rolled out earlier this month to millions of cellphones, and because the alerts are automatically active on most newer phones, the messages have already taken […]
  • Phoenix Police hunt for bank-robbery suspect

    Phoenix Police are searching for a bank robbery suspect at Seventh Street and Bell Road.
  • Scottsdale police call off activity at Cactus Road home

    Scottsdale police responded to a false alarm about a possible burglary.
  • Mark Hummels dies, was 2nd victim in office shooting

    Lawyer Mark Hummels died Thursday night. He was the second fatality in a Phoenix office-complex shooting.
  • Legislator seeks school bus safety on private roads

    Requiring school buses to flash lights and display stop signs while picking up or letting off children on private roads would help prevent accidents like one that claimed the life of an eastern Arizona girl in 2008, a state lawmaker says.