Arizona’s News Roundup: Arrest in Jesse Wilson’s disappearance, officer’s miraculous recovery
Dec 15, 2022, 5:02 PM | Updated: Dec 16, 2022, 8:59 am
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PHOENIX – Arizona’s headlines have led to mixed emotions this week.
If you have been busy and haven’t had a chance to catch all the week’s top stories, we have you covered.
KTAR’s Arizona’s New Roundup Podcast covers all the top stories in the state to keep you informed on your time.
This week, KTAR’s breaking news editor Taylor Kinnerup breaks down the biggest stories of the week:Set featured image
- Buckeye Police announced an arrest this week, in a 2016 missing child case. Crystal Wilson, 54, was arrested Monday, after being indicted for allegedly concealing the body of 10-year-old Jesse Wilson.
- This week marks one year since Phoenix police officer Tyler Moldovan was shot multiple times while in the line of duty. He and his wife recounted the long road to recovery.
- Will they or won’t they? Governor Doug Ducey confirms he won’t call a special legislative session on the Aggregate Expenditure Limit, unless he knows the votes are there to get it done. This, despite some state lawmakers insisting they do have the votes.
The podcast also looked ahead at what’s to come including the impending end to Title 42 and at the grand reopening of the Phoenix Sky Train at Sky Harbor Airport.