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PHOENIX — When looking at photographs of Donnie, a Belgian Malinois/German Shepherd Mix, it doesn't take long for a smile to form from ear to ear. Whether it's a picture of him wearing bunny ears during Easter or standing proudly in the park, Donnie always seemed to be in good spirits.
PHOENIX — Phoenix police are investigating a hit-and-run crash near 43rd Avenue and Indian School Road that killed a pedestrian early Monday morning. The man in his early 40s was found at about 3 a.m. lying on the roadway with obvious signs of trauma, the department said. Firefighters pronounced him deceased at the scene.
PHOENIX — Phoenix police are investigating after a girl was shot in south Phoenix Sunday evening. Fortunately, the child is expected to make a full recovery. Sgt. Vincent Cole from the Phoenix Police Department said the shooting happened just before 8 p.m. at Trailside Point Park near 71st Avenue and Vineyard Road.
PHOENIX — Grab your toilet paper. Bring a flashlight. Don't forget a newspaper — or your fishnets. A touring, interactive version of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is hitting the road to celebrate the cult film's birthday with screenings, live shadow casts, the invitation to be inappropriate and one of its original stars — Barry Bostwick.
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