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Peoria neighborhood dealing with rat infestation after woman was found dead inside home with hoarding problem

PEORIA, Ariz. - A Peoria neighborhood is dealing with a rat problem, after body was found inside a home with clear hoarding issues inside. FOX 10 first reported on the incident on Sept. 23, which happened near 87th Avenue and Bell Road. Fire crews responded to a hazmat situation at the home. after a neighbor reported smelling an odor coming from the area.
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These luxury hotels in Phoenix, Arizona are offering day passes to their pools. Beat the heat and cool down in style

We love it that locals have a chance to enjoy things that are usually reserved for tourists! This story covers hotel pools in Phoenix, Arizona that offer day passes to non-guests. These luxury hotels offering day passes to their hotels, give you the chance to enjoy the vacation lifestyle without the expense of a hotel room. Beat the heat whether you are a local or a tourist and cool down in style at these luxury hotels in Phoenix, Arizona.

Arizona saw one of its wettest monsoon seasons in 2021

PHOENIX - 2021's monsoon season is about to come to an end, and besides bringing cooler temperatures at times, storms this year have put a dent in the state's drought. "Looking at all the rain gauges across the Valley, it was the wettest since we've been tracking it back to 1990 for July and August at 5.02 inches," said Jaret Rogers, Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Phoenix.

Peoria Police Officer Catches Man Jumping From 2nd Floor Of Burning House

On September 24, the Peoria Police Department received a call at about 4:00 a.m., from a caller that said they could hear someone screaming for help in the 8600 block of W. Quail Track Dr. As officers were driving to the call, dispatchers received information that the house was possibly on fire.

Most workers in Scottsdale can’t afford living here

The vast majority of people who work in Scottsdale don’t actually live in town. Scottsdale has about 200,059 jobs and roughly 166,549 of them are filled by people who live outside of Scottsdale. “That’s 83 percent of Scottsdale workers living elsewhere,” Scottsdale Community Assistance Manager Irma Hollamby told City Council...

News Update: Search for Daniel Robinson

It has been three months since geologist Daniel Robinson was last seen leaving a job site in Buckeye. His family and other organizations are holding a press conference outside Buckeye PD headquarters to demand a thorough investigation.
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MCAO reviewing all past cases of embattled protest prosecutor

The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office is reviewing all of the past cases of the primary prosecutor who worked with Phoenix Police to falsely charge protesters last year. During an interview with ABC15, County Attorney Allister Adel said the office is inspecting all of April Sponsel’s convictions. “We have assigned Rachel...

3 HOAs happy but wary about SRP-Intel powerline project

A lawyer representing three South Chandler HOAs presented a petition to City Council Monday with the signatures of 897 residents concerned about Salt River Project’s plan to install lines to power Intel’s expansion. Attorney Meghan Grabel thanked the Council, SRP and Intel for agreeing to work with the residents and...

Glendale woman mourns husband who died from West Nile Virus

GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Valley woman has a message after she lost her husband to West Nile just 11 days after he was diagnosed. Now, doctors are reporting an uptick in cases. David Wollschlager passed away with West Nile virus last Tuesday. He was a father of three...

Home Price Increase in Phoenix is Top in the Country

Home prices in Phoenix experienced the highest year-over-year increase in the country, according to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index, the leading measure of U.S. home prices. The latest data from June 2021shows that while home prices continue to increase across the country at large, those in Phoenix climbed a...

Inside The Accusations Against Michael Jordan’s Son Jeffrey

Jeffrey Jordan fell in a bar on September 24. As TMZ reported, Jeffrey was hanging out at the Casa Amigos bar in Scottsdale, Arizona, when took a tumble and hit his head. When security at the bar was trying to help Jeffrey so that he could get medical help, he allegedly became aggressive with them. The bar called the police, and later, an ambulance took Jeffrey to the hospital.

Ducey replaces massage therapist regulatory board’s members amidst complaints

PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — Gov. Doug Ducey has ousted and replaced all five members the Arizona State Board of Massage Therapy in the wake of a critical report about the occupational regulatory panel’s handling of complaints about alleged sexual abuse by therapists. Ducey’s announcement Friday didn’t mention the Arizona Republic’s...