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Phoenix Police Report Fatal Crash and Shooting
In a shocking series of events in Phoenix, one individual loses life in a car crash while another battles for survival after a shooting. Police believe the incidents are connected. Unravel the mystery in this gripping report.
Animal Abuse and Drive-by Shooting Unfold in Arizona Walmart Parking Lot
Dive into this week's top crime stories. Uncover new developments in a shocking animal and elder abuse case in Chandler, Arizona. Plus, get the latest on a chilling drive-by shooting in a Walmart parking lot. Stay informed, stay vigilant.
Strong winds fuel landfill fire in Arizona reservation
SALT RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, Ariz. (CBS, KYMA/KECY) - Strong, gusty winds Saturday helped fuel a landfill fire on the Salt River Indian Reservation east of Phoenix, according to KPHO. Huge plumes of smoke were spotted for several miles. Crews struggled to put out the flames, which burned well into the...
Arizona woman left aghast after pet emu died following MCSO encounter
PHOENIX - A Mesa woman is distraught after an encounter with law enforcement left her pet emu dead. According to witness descriptions, the bird’s neck was roped off as deputies struggled to wrangle it into a squad car. Stephanie Moilan said she still can't believe it. "You can’t put...
Where is the Phoenix homeless camp called 'The Zone'?
For the past several years, an urban encampment in downtown Phoenix commonly called “The Zone" has been home to a fluctuating group of people, sometimes going as large as 1,000 residents. The area is the focus of a lawsuit against the city, Brown v. City of Phoenix. In the suit, neighboring businesses and...
Allow me to correct your brainwashed beliefs about fall in Arizona
It is difficult to find out that one of your core beliefs is a lie. I know. I’ve been there. Like many of you, I was misled as a child, indoctrinated and completely brainwashed about … autumn. ...
Phoenix Corvette Crash – Driver Trapped | 3rd Street & Moreland Street
DETAILS: Phoenix Police and Phoenix Fire crews responded to reports of a vehicle collision with one person trapped near 3rd Street and Moreland Street around 3 AM. Crews arrived on scene and located a newer model Chevy Corvette vs 2 parked cars with extremely heavy damage. Crews worked quickly to...
Phoenix Bar closes – And this time it’s for good
The Lost Leaf has recently changed ownership once again, but this time, there are no intentions to resurrect it under the same name. In fact, it doesn’t look like it will be re-opening as a bar at all. The last closure occurred in early June of this year. Despite claiming it was a ‘brief hiatus’ on Instagram, this unfortunately was not the case.
Man in custody after leading Mesa officers on pursuit, getting hit by police car
A man is in custody after leading Mesa police on a pursuit overnight, where he eventually was hit by a Mesa police car.
Return of the triple digits in Phoenix?
AZFamily First Alert Weather 5AM Update for Monday, 10/2/2023.
Phoenix has hottest, driest monsoon on record
The National Weather Service said that the monsoon season this year in the arid Southwest dropped only 0.15 inches of rainfall from June 15 to September 30. That’s the driest since the agency began keeping records in 1895. The previous mark was 0.35 inches in 1924.
Scheels opening draws thousands to Chandler mall
Thousands of people came to the opening of one of the Valley's newest and largest sporting goods stores Saturday at the Chandler Fashion Center. Scheels officially opened its first Arizona store ...
Step into a Surreal World at The Unreal Garden - Phoenix
Prepare to step into a world beyond reality at The Unreal Garden - Phoenix, a one-of-a-kind immersive holographic experience that will challenge your mind and stimulate your senses. This innovative event will take place on Mon, Oct 02, from 3pm to 8pm, at the 810 Billiards & Bowling, located at 50 West Jefferson Street Suite 240, Phoenix, AZ 85003.
Phoenix's Temperature Begins to Rise
Get the latest Arizona First Alert Forecast Update for metro Phoenix. Recorded at 5 p.m. on Sunday, 10/1/2023, the video reveals a warming trend in the area. Stay informed about the local weather with this comprehensive update from KPHO.
Top Stories from ABC15 Arizona in Phoenix | October 2, 5am
Stay updated with the latest happenings in Phoenix with ABC15 Arizona's headlines. From breaking news to weather updates, this video has everything you need to know. Tune in for the October 2, 5am edition and stay informed about your city.
Shocking animal abuse investigation; good samaritan killed in crash: this week's top stories
PHOENIX - This week's top stories include details on a shocking Chandler animal and adult abuse investigation. Another trending story is a fire that burned at an East Valley landfill. Here are the top stories from Sept. 24-30. 1. Animal and adult abuse investigation shocks Chandler residents. Featured. 2. Family...
Girl Scout Cookies Prices Surge This Year
For so many of us, Girl Scout Cookie season is both a joy and a curse. Maybe you love stocking up on Thin Mints, tossing them into the back of your freezer, then snacking on them throughout the year. Perhaps you’re a Samoa fan, and you love popping open a box because everyone else around you stays clear because they’re not fans of the unique classic. Of course, you could be on the other side and not like walking into the bank, offset by cookie guards, trying to shake you down for some extra cash to help support the troop. If you live around Phoenix, you’ve experienced it all. And if you are a lover of the cookies, you’re going to have to dig deeper, because things are going to get more expensive.
FBI award winner advises ‘be prepared’
She’s an advertising executive and a grandmother who returns from busy days at the office to a quiet, peaceful home in North Scottsdale. Most neighbors and business associates don’t know it, but Alicia Wadas has a second, not-quite-secret life. She’s with the FBI. Though hardly an FBI...
Banner Ironwood Medical Pavilion sold for $23.3M
Ironwood Medical Pavilion on the Banner Ironwood Medical Center campus in Queen Creek, one of the Valley’s newest and most successful medical office buildings, has been sold for $23.3 million. Plaza Companies and Ryan Companies sold the building to Hammes Partners. However, Plaza will continue to provide leasing and...
What happened to the 55 dogs seized from Chandler home?
Worried rescue officials and members of the public took to the Arizona Humane Society's Facebook comments to ask about the more than 50 dogs temporarily in their care after they were seized in Chandler. On Friday, Sept. 22, Chandler police arrested April McLaughlin on 55 counts of animal abuse, 55...