Tempe, AZ12news.com

Mask reinforced in Tempe effective on Friday

TEMPE, Ariz. — Editor's note: The video above is from a newscast on July 23. Patrons and city employees of Tempe are required to wear masks again at indoor city-run facilities until further notice, effective Friday. The City of Tempe released a statement on Wednesday saying that it is following...
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Two injured after chlorine explosion in Peoria home

(Spencer Platt / Getty Images) (PEORIA, Ariz.) One man and a firefighter were injured after a five-gallon bucket of chlorine exploded Wednesday in Peoria, 12 News reported. The Peoria Fire Department said the man was taken to the hospital in stable condition. He was taken to due to exposure to chlorine.
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Phoenix mom saw 15-year-old son's body on Snapchat after accidental overdose

PHOENIX (One Pill Can Kill) -- At 15 years old, Isaiah was the life of the party. He lit up the room with his infectious smile and outgoing personality. He not only performed well in the classroom, but he also was a star player on the gridiron. Isaiah was born to play football. His mom, Marissa, said he had a dream. "To play in the NFL. He was holding a football literally since he was a baby."
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Family voiced suspicions about woman accused in 4 killings

PHOENIX (AP) — In the months after her husband’s death, Lori Vallow Daybell aroused suspicions among relatives who told investigators that she believed a demon had overcome her estranged spouse. They also worried about the whereabouts of the couple’s 7-year-old son, and even the boy’s school in Arizona relayed a...
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COVID-19 Mitigation Measures To Not be Reimposed in Arizona, Governor Says

PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey is doubling down on his refusal to reimpose mitigation measures to help slow the increasing spread of COVID-19. And the state's top health official agrees that mandated protections, ranging from wearing masks to occupancy limits at businesses are not appropriate at this time -- even if the Republican-controlled legislature had not just voted to remove them as options.
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Collision with cow in western Kansas kills Arizona couple

WINONA, Kan. (AP) — An Arizona couple has died after their Jeep collided with a cow that had wandered onto U.S. Highway 40 in western Kansas, authorities there said. The crash happened around 3:30 a.m. Monday about 7 miles west of Winona, television station KAKE reported. Raymond Kennedy, 45, of...
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500 seniors must leave mobile-home park near Scottsdale

More than 500 seniors who live in a mobile home park near Scottsdale on the Salt River-Pima Maricopa Indian Community will have to find a new place to live when the park shuts down in 2026. Ric Olsen, who retired and moved into Shadow Mountain Village mobile home park about...
Sun City, AZyourvalley.net

Thornley: Coyotes in Sun City get brazen

I knew we had coyotes here but I thought my cat would be safe in a screened patio. This morning about 5 a.m. a coyote came through the screen and took my cat. They must be starving to come into a residence. This is a warning to other owners. Barbara...
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