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PD: 3 Phoenix children reported dead in one morning, another dead in Chandler
PHOENIX - Phoenix detectives are investigating after three children were found dead in separate incidents in the span of one hour Sunday morning. A baby in Chandler also died, the police department said. In each case, a child was found not breathing in the following locations and times on March...
Casa Grande man gets 3 life sentences for abusing minor
PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. — A Casa Grande man will likely spend the rest of his life in prison after a jury convicted him of multiple sex crimes. Salvador Barron, 60, was given three consecutive life sentences earlier this month after he was convicted of sexually abusing a juvenile, according to the Pinal County Attorney's Office.
ViaWest sells Chandler Crossroads I & II for $40.15M
Cushman & Wakefield has advised seller ViaWest Group and their institutional Joint Venture Partners in the dispositional sale of Chandler Crossroads I & II, a Class A industrial project totaling 216,322 sf in Chandler (Phoenix), Arizona. Developed in 2016 and 2022, respectively, the Southeast Valley portfolio consists of two buildings located at 2800 & 2900 S. Gilbert Rd. At time of escrow, the project was 78% leased, but the vacancy was filled by time of close. The buildings are now 100% occupied by seven tenants. The property was acquired by an undisclosed investor for $40.15 million.
With rain expected this week, flood watch issued for metro Phoenix
PHOENIX — With another round of rain expected this week, officials are warning about the increased risk of flooding in metro Phoenix. A flood watch will go into effect at 11 a.m. Tuesday across a swath of central Arizona, the National Weather Service said. Areas to the north and...
Maricopa County agrees to clean up old QC landfill site
Maricopa County supervisors last week agreed to comply with an Arizona Department of Environmental Quality to clean up toxic chemicals at a now-closed Queen Creek landfill. The county still owns the E. Riggs Road site just feet from the Horseshoe Park Equestrian Centre and had disclosed the presence of at least one potential harmful chemical two years ago after testing water samples.
Maricopa Mayor Smith on the road to expansion
Maricopa Mayor Nancy Smith didn’t reach her current role through an election, but she didn’t face a big learning curve. Once the City Council unanimously voted to tap Smith, who had been a Council member since 2014, to take the mayor’s gavel in August following the resignation of Christian Price, she jumped to the forefront of the battle to get state Route 347 widened to six lanes for the 13 miles it spans between the city and Interstate 10.
Man shot, killed by Pinal County deputies in stolen dirt bike investigation
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. — A man was shot and killed by a Pinal County Sheriff's Office deputy near Casa Grande Thursday evening. The shooting, which happened near the intersection of Mescalero and Hualapai drives, happened during an investigation about a stolen dirt bike. Officers were interviewing the man, identified...
Don't let meddling lawmakers tank metro Phoenix's transportation system
Our community, our economy and our quality of life have thrived because of our past investments in a well-functioning, balanced transportation system. While other communities in other states have fallen behind, our region has been able to keep up with growth and support a booming economy because of our commitment to our freeway, street and transit infrastructure.
Gateway Airport becoming bigger economic asset to Queen Creek
The 1.9-million people who traveled through Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport last year generated a record $1.8-billion in economic activity for the East Valley, according to airport Executive Director Brian O’Neill. “Most of us on staff at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport don’t think that we work at a regional airport,” O’Neill recently...
Banner Gateway To Open Major Expansion March 21
Banner Gateway Medical Center will open its new, five-story patient tower and additional areas on Tuesday, March 21, doubling the size of the hospital. The $243-million project is expected to add more than 600 new jobs. The 351,000-square-foot addition includes an expanded Women and Infant Services Unit, added space for...
Chandler police charge man with slaying mother of 4
Chandler police officers found the body of a woman inside an apartment Tuesday and arrested a 38-year-old man in connection with the shooting death, authorities said Wednesday. Police responded ...
Why ostriches? This history of the big flightless birds in Chandler
The city of Chandler will be holding its annual Ostrich Festival this weekend. It’s a big event featuring rides, live music headliners and more. But why ostriches?. Turns out, while ostriches are not native to Arizona, they go a long way back in Chandler to pre-statehood days when ostrich feathers on ladies hats were all the rage and Dr. Alexander J. Chandler had a herd of the exotic birds on his land.
QCFMD first responders learn compassion with hands-on dementia training
It is estimated that over 7 million people in the United States have some form of dementia. Arizona’s large senior population means incidence of dementia is higher here than in most states. There are 150,000 Arizona residents currently living with Alzheimers and many more suffer from other forms of dementia. Age is the greatest risk factor for dementia – with most cases occurring in individuals over 65. While dementia for younger individuals is much rarer, it does happen and is referred to as early onset dementia.
Chandler center addresses big need in building industry
A severe labor shortage has caused delays to building projects around the nation and St. Louis-based McCarthy Building Companies is doing something about it with its first Innovation and Craft Workforce Center in West Chandler. The $10 million investment is meant to help train future workers, bringing more electricians, carpenters,...
Pima County teenager wins Arizona Spelling Bee, will head to nationals with Chandler runner-up
PHOENIX – An eighth grader from Pima County bested a field of 26 other students to capture the Arizona Spelling Bee over the weekend and advance to the national contest in late spring. Karen Opoku-Appoh, 13, from Marana Middle School took the title Saturday in Phoenix by correctly spelling...
Transportation options available for Chandler Ostrich Festival
CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — There are improved transportation options available for the Ostrich Festival this upcoming weekend at Tumbleweed Park. A free shuttle leaves First Credit Union Parking Garage (point A), heads to Hamilton High School Parking lot (point B) and drops off at Tumbleweed Park West Gate (point C) on a loop. It runs from 6 p.m. to midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The last shuttle will leave at midnight on Friday and Saturday and 11 p.m. on Sunday.
Executive order signed by Gov. Hobbs helps 'everyone to be themselves’
Hairstylist Kiara Jones says she knows what it's like to be discriminated based on her chosen hairstyles. She's seen it with clients at her Gilbert salon too. “This is our hair. So to be able to have freedom to do whatever to our hair, it's very powerful,” she said.
Old Crow Medicine Show coming to Chandler
The two-time Grammy Award-winning Old Crow Medicine Show will make a stop in Chandler this summer.
St. Patrick’s Day Sangria Social at Queen Creek Olive Mill March 18
The Queen Creek Olive Mill is hosting a special St. Patrick’s Day Sangria Social this weekend, complete with seasonal-inspired house made sangria for the occasion. Sangrias will be made green from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. this Saturday, March 18. Admission is free and no RSVP required. Di Olives...
'Delay filling completely': Gas expert weighs in on Phoenix area gas prices, shortage
PHOENIX - If you haven't noticed yet, gas prices have shot up within the last few weeks in the Phoenix area and an expert with GasBuddy is explaining why. "Phoenix and parts of Western Arizona are having some temporary challenges getting gasoline to the pumps as quickly as motorists are filling up," says a portion of a tweet by Patrick De Haan, Head of Petroleum Analysis at GasBuddy.
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