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Arizona & Phoenix Local News
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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Father killed in underground explosion
July 2, 2019
3-year-old pulled from pool in Peoria
July 2, 2019
Piestewa Peak Rescue Ends Badly for Injured Hiker
June 14, 2019
Helicopter in the middle of dessert

Kati Metro, a 74-year-old hiker, was rescued after getting injured at the Piestewa Peak trail. Upon reevaluating the circumstances of the terrain and the temperature, firefighters decided to […]

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Arizona Safety During the Monsoon Season
June 14, 2019
Heavy Rain with little boat in the middle

After the uncommonly cool spring, Arizona started to heat up rapidly. Recently, the weather service has announced that high temperature during the first days of summer reached around […]

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Tonto Forest Service Fighting Drones and Flames
June 14, 2019
Fire Fighter in Tonto

The Tonto National Forest representatives announced fire spreading from Horseshoe Dam Road on Friday, June 7. Over the weekend, the fire has spread east and northeast toward the […]

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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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The development of technology and the use of new materials have significantly influenced medical treatments. The middle-aged Mesa patient, who has suffered multiple bone marrow transplantations, received a […]

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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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