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Deadly crash shuts down Bell Road in north Phoenix

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — One person has been killed and another injured after a car crashed into a pole in north Phoenix. The crash happened around 7:20 a.m. near 19th Avenue and Bell Road. Phoenix police confirm that a man in his late 40s was pronounced dead on scene and that a woman was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. No other vehicles were involved.
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Neighbor describes scene after SUV hits house in Glendale

In 2019, Jaxon Landfair passed away from leukemia. His dying wish was to start a scholarship that would help kids his age pursue a career in law enforcement. ‘Reese’s Law’ signed in honor of toddler who died after swallowing a battery. Updated: 3 hours ago. |. The law...
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Police investigating after SUV crashes into house in Glendale

GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Police and firefighters are investigating after an SUV crashed into a home Thursday morning in Glendale. Rescue crews were called to a home on Northview Avenue, near 59th and Glendale avenues, around 8:15 a.m. Police say the SUV first hit a parked truck in the roadway before striking a an unoccupied house that was under construction.
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Feds are (finally) turning MAGA threats made to elections officials into maximum jail time

Hell, it’s past time. By a lot. One of the conspiracy-infused MAGA idiots who thought it was OK to threaten Maricopa County election officials has been indicted with one count of communicating an interstate threat and one count of making a threatening telephone call against county Recorder Stephen Richer, offenses that could – and hopefully will – get the dope five years in the slammer.
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Kari Lake and Mark Finchem Denounce Maricopa County Supervisor’s Motion for Sanctions over Election Integrity Lawsuit

Trump-endorsed Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake filed a lawsuit in April along with Trump-endorsed State Representative Mark Finchem (R-Oro Valley), who is running for Arizona secretary of state, to block the use of electronic voting machines to count ballots in the 2022 election. The Maricopa County Supervisors responded last week with a motion requesting sanctions against the pair and their attorneys, which include former Harvard Law School Professor Alan Dershowitz, asserting that the suit was “frivolous.”
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Avondale's elected leaders decide behind closed doors to pursue a contract with Cottonwood city manager Ron Corbin

Avondale leaders are negotiating to hire Cottonwood City Manager Ron Corbin after the City Council fired their last top executive just before Christmas. The council cited improper tuition reimbursements and living outside the city among the reasons for terminating Charles Montoya, who is seeking nearly $6.9 million, claiming the council breached his contract and defamed him.
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New Cheeseburger Restaurant Opening Soon

Grab yourself a burger and a beer at a new restaurant.Aleisha Kalina/Unsplash. Few things go as well together as cold beer and cheeseburgers. There’s something simple and yet delicious about the combo. It harkens back to the feeling of being out at a cookout, enjoying burgers someone just pulled from the grill and a frosty cold beer. It is why restaurants around the world continue to offer the combo together. And now, a new restaurant coming to the Valley will specialize in both cheeseburgers and beers.
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Avondale Elementary participates in School Connect campaign

School Connect is hosting its “A Community Thrives” campaign to connect 70 high-need Arizona schools, including the Avondale Elementary School District, to their surrounding communities. The Arizona-based nonprofit’s mission is to tangibly connect all 2,485 Arizona K-12 school campuses with community resources and partnerships so that every student...
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