"He paid for dinners; he wants me to cover lunch in a place I can't afford," woman on boyfriendAmy ChristieNewsBreak Contributor
"He won't wear his wedding ring when we go on trips; at home, he likes it," wife on husbandAmy ChristieNewsBreak Contributor
"She won't let me near her grandkids because I don't want a baby," wife on grandmotherAmy ChristieNewsBreak Contributor
"She won't talk to me because we lived together before getting married," woman on mother-in-lawAmy ChristieNewsBreak Contributor
Man allegedly stabbed 2 women in Arizona, allegedly bragged to copsThe Quick HistorianNewsBreak Contributor
Woman killed while out jogging in Arizona
The Maricopa Co. Sheriff's Office is looking for a driver who hit & killed a jogger before driving away on Sunday. Watch the video for the latest information.
Arizona firefighter crushed while working on fire truck engine
A firefighter was in critical condition after he was crushed by a fire truck's engine on Friday, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department. The Sheriff's Department said deputies responded to the Gila Bend Fire Station on Friday after receiving reports of an injured firefighter. Officials said the firefighter had been performing maintenance on the fire truck's engine when it had come down on him.
New church hopes to bring peace and support
When Matt and Hannah Rose moved to Buckeye almost a year ago, they immediately noticed the rapidly growing population and infrastructure. It was then that they decided to open Orbit Church. “With all the growth out here in Buckeye, if we’re going to have new grocery stores, we should have...
A Taste of Mexico in Buckeye: 5 Restaurants to Satisfy Your Cravings
This article presents a curated list of five Mexican restaurants located in Buckeye. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Maricopa County Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 7290 Incidents and 136 Crime Stories
Maricopa County Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 7290 Incidents and 136 Crime Stories. During the last week, Maricopa County reported a total of 7290 crime cases. The most common type of crime was Assault, with 1662 instances, followed by Suspicious Situation and Other with 1216 and 999 cases respectively. Trespass, Theft, and Burglary also had significant numbers, with 848, 822, and 684 cases respectively. Arrests were made in 259 instances, while Vandalism accounted for 228 crimes. Disturbance and Hit & Run cases were also reported, totaling 176 and 156 incidents respectively. Less frequent but still concerning were instances of Shooting, Argument, Robbery, Arson, Violation, and Alarm, highlighting a broad spectrum of criminal activity in the place. The data underscores the need for heightened vigilance and proactive law enforcement measures to ensure the safety and security of the community.
The Tack Room rebranded to family-friendly restaurant
After David and Amanda Duncan purchased the Buckeye Equestrian and Events Center, they decided they wanted to transform the on-site restaurant into a more family-friendly space that anyone in the West Valley could enjoy. “The Duncans really saw a need for a place in Buckeye where people can go and...
Buckeye cancer survivor meets blood stem cell donor who saved her life
Graham Cepica flew in from Texas to meet Velez on Saturday. He said it was a “no-brainer” to donate and help someone in need.
Maricopa County Attorney explains decision to keep New York murder suspect in Arizona
(The Center Square) – Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell is pushing back against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg in his effort to get a murder suspect extradited back to New York. Mitchell made national headlines for saying this week that it would be "safer" to have him remain in Arizona and face trial here first before potentially sending him there. The suspect in question is Raad Almansoori, who is wanted...
California man arrested and accused of threatening Arizona election worker after 2022 vote
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A San Diego man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of leaving threatening messages on the personal cellphone of an Arizona election worker he accused of rigging the 2022 election results, federal prosecutors said. The 52-year-old was charged with one count of communicating an interstate threat and will make an initial court appearance Friday in San Diego, according to a statement from the U.S. Department of Justice. The defendant left threatening voicemails for a Maricopa County official the day after the certification of the 2022 election results, prosecutors said. “The indictment alleges that the defendant accused the official of cheating the election and told the official to ‘run’ and ‘hide,’ ” Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicole M. Argentieri said in the statement.
Gilbert police make another arrest in assault, robbery case
Gilbert police have submitted charges on a second defendant in connection with an assault and robbery case from September 2023, officials said. Gilbert police submitted charges of aggravated ...
Women who accused Phoenix doc of botched surgeries want restraining order
Two metro Phoenix women who sued a Glendale doctor over allegations that he performed plastic surgeries while drunk and disfigured them now claim they've been threatened and fear for their safety. Wendy Ellsworth and Alicia Armijo sued Dr. Bradley Becker last fall for medical negligence, battery and intentional infliction of...
Police may have prevented a terrible crime in Scottsdale, and we all missed the story
Wednesday’s news conference of Valley law enforcement agencies will be remembered for Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell’s swipe at Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and his soft-on-crime policies. Mitchell made national news by telling New York she opposes immediate extradition to New York of a man who confessed...
MCSO Monitor defends $26 million his firm has been paid
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — The federal monitor overseeing the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is defending his work and the $26 million his firm has been paid over the last ten years. A judge appointed Robert Warshaw and his firm to oversee reforms that are part of a federal...
Measles Alert in Maricopa County, Health Officials Confirm Two New Cases, List Exposure Sites
Maricopa County has been hit with two more reported cases of measles, authorities said, following previous exposures this month. Health officials are sounding the alarm for potential exposure sites across the East Valley area, where infected individuals visited various locations including restaurants and a car rental agency, ABC15 reported. Among these, Honey and Vine Restaurant and Orlando Auto Body are on the watch list, with possible exposure times extending into the evenings of the days in question.
Scottsdale man accused of killing puppy, dumping body in alley has been found, police say
A man wanted in an animal cruelty case out of Scottsdale, where a husky puppy was found dead this past summer, was arrested Friday in Alabama and was being extradited to Maricopa County to face charges. Lester Paul Richmond, 36, was facing a Grand Jury warrant for animal cruelty after a Dec. 20...
$500,000 grant supports preservation of affordable rents and mortgages
Regional Community Partners, the nonprofit arm of the Maricopa Association of Governments, received $500,000 in grant funding from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation to support local governments in the development and preservation of affordable rents and mortgages and housing people can afford. During the last 10 years, the Phoenix metropolitan region...
Maricopa County households could get new survey in the mail; here's why
From driving to taking the light rail, its goal is to figure out who, what, when, where, and how commuters are impacted.
Dominium breaks ground soon on 2 Glendale apartments
Dominium, a nationwide owner, developer and manager of affordable housing, held a groundbreaking for a combined 605 units for family and senior affordable housing in Glendale Feb. 27. Elected ...
Banners honor area ‘trailblazers’
Maricopa County Board Supervisor Steve Gallardo, Edward Jones financial adviser in Goodyear Robert Escobedo and design engineer/Litchfield Park resident Jesse Escobedo are among 16 people showcased in a banner campaign displayed throughout Maryvale called “I Am Cartwright.”. Those featured represent Cartwright School District alumni who graduated from one of...
Big dogs worsen county animal shelter overcrowding
Walking into the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control West Valley Animal Care Center, visitors are met with endless rows of barking dogs, some two to a kennel, with the organization at more than 100 dogs over capacity. Large dog breeds – especially huskies, German Shepherds and pit bulls –...