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Arizona & Phoenix Local News
The Flintstones Family in Bedrock City Gets New Neighbours
August 12, 2019
Flintstone house

Bedrock City, an amusement park on Route 64, closed its doors in late January this year. Meanwhile, while the fans all over the state nostalgically mourned the Flintstones-themed […]

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A Child’s Game Ends Tragically for a One-Year-Old
August 8, 2019
Gun on flor

The shot echoed through the Garden District in Tucson during the late afternoon hours. A tragedy struck the family home on Linden Street. A toddler reached a small-caliber […]

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Goodyear Technology Corridor to Feature New Data Centers
August 5, 2019
Goodyear Technology New Data Centers

The growing technology corridor in Goodyear will soon feature two newly established data centers. As stated in the press release, the campus of Compass Datacenters will be established […]

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Why the Collapse of the National Women’s Hockey League May Be Beneficial to Sports
July 28, 2019
NWHL

Over 200 female hockey players proclaimed in May they would not engage in playing this sport in any professional league within North America unless they were provided the […]

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Mexican Government Responsible for the Drop of Rate of Arrests at the Border, According to Officials
July 26, 2019
Border Arrest

Phoenix — People getting arrested at the border is a less frequent occurrence, thanks to the Mexican government and its involvement in the matter, as claimed by immigration […]

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Scottsdale Expects to Produce Millions of Dollars More in Income This Year. What Is the Estimated Revenue of Other Cities?
July 24, 2019
Phoenix City Tour Scottsdale

Certain economists are searching for signs of economic instability as the longest cycle of the country’s expansion commences. However, cities of the Valley do not seem to be […]

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Excessive Heat in Phoenix Can Affect Everyone, Even the Healthy Ones
July 22, 2019
Heat Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona — According to first responders and doctors, drinking great amounts of water can prevent illnesses that might be caused by extreme heat in Phoenix. 181 people […]

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Is the First Monsoon Storm in Arizona Approaching? Clouds and Light Rain Present in the Phoenix Area
July 20, 2019
Light Rain Pheonix Area

  A light rain some people may have seen while going to work on Friday morning does not mean that the first monsoon storm of this season is […]

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Women in This Jail in Tennessee Are Chained to Chairs Due to the Lack of Cells. Pregnant Inmates Have the Same Treatment
July 18, 2019
Clay county jail Tennessee

Celina, Tennessee — Women who serve time in Clay County jail in Tennessee are not locked in a cell. Instead, they are handcuffed to a chair. The county […]

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Lost Dog and Her Owner Reunited After Almost Three Months
July 16, 2019
Dog reunion rat terrier mix

Phoenix, Arizona — A dog has been found alive and well at Mogollon Rim almost three months following her disappearance. Two hikers saw Sushi, a 13-year-old rat-terrier mix, […]

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Walmart on Saturday is the place for family shopping. As the store was bustling with unsuspecting residents, the tragedy was closing in on the doors. The 21-year-old shooter […]

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FaceApp, the photo editing free app which has been on the Google Play Store for two years, has raised some privacy concerns. The recent investigation of the developers […]

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A warehouse in Mesa is a training ground for twelve-year-old Delton Kaufmann, who dedicates his free time to ensuring his champion title in wrestling. According to the boy, […]

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