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  1. Student at Phoenix school dies after apparently choking at lunchtime

    Student at Phoenix school dies after apparently choking at lunchtime

    A second-grade student at a Phoenix elementary school died Friday after apparently choking during lunch.

  2. GM opens new facility in Chandler, hiring for 500 positions

    GM opens new facility in Chandler, hiring for 500 positions

    General Motors just opened a brand new facility in Chandler near the Loop 101 Santan Freeway and Chandler Boulevard, and they are looking to hire.

  3. Phoeteama Janiece Neal

    Goodyear mother tells 911 operator 'I just drowned my baby'

    A Goodyear mother accused of trying to kill her daughter had just been told she couldn't take the girl with her when she deployed overseas, according to court documents.

  4. Whistleblower claims deadly tanker crash 'bound to happen'

    Whistleblower claims deadly tanker crash 'bound to happen'

    A whistleblower has come forward on the heels of a deadly tanker crash on Interstate 17 in North Phoenix, saying Cactus Transport drivers are forced to work dangerously long hours.

  5. Casket marched through downtown Phoenix in protest

    Casket marched through downtown Phoenix in protest

    Supporters of a mentally ill woman who was fatally shot by Phoenix police have marched her casket through the city's downtown area. They say they're protesting the way authorities have handled the case.

  6. Border Patrol agents find 9 people in back of locked U-Haul

    Border Patrol agents find 9 people in back of locked U-Haul

    Nine immigrants who entered the United States illegally were found locked inside the cargo area of a U-Haul truck at a Border Patrol checkpoint in southern Arizona, according to federal officials.

  7. Big weekend construction closures on Loop 101

    Big weekend construction closures on Loop 101

    Drivers will encounter big weekend construction closures along the Loop 101. Restrictions on the I-10 could also slow commuters.

  8. Maricopa Mugs: Feb. Arrest Photos Volume 1

    Maricopa Mugs: Feb. Arrest Photos Volume 1

    Maricopa Mugs includes booking photos for individuals who were placed into custody with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office during the first week of February 2014.

  9. Rolland Lee Tockey

    MCSO identifies body found in Peoria canal

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has identified a body found Wednesday in the Arizona Canal just outside Peoria's city limits. Investigators are treating the case as a homicide.

  10. Danny Ray Jones

    Dad leads police to sex offender who allegedly exposed himself to daughter

    A registered sex offender was arrested Wednesday after Phoenix police said he exposed himself to an 8-year-old girl.

  11. Elephant born at Tucson's Reid Park Zoo

    Elephant born at Tucson's Reid Park Zoo

    Tucson's Reid Park Zoo has a new baby elephant.

  12. Dog owners turn tragedy into triumph

    Dog owners turn tragedy into triumph

    Dozens of dogs scheduled to be euthanized will get a second chance on Saturday morning.

  13. Man evades carjacking in Paradise Valley

    Man evades carjacking in Paradise Valley

    A 20-year-old man was able to escape a carjacking Friday morning in Paradise Valley.

  14. SRP answers questions about South Mountain flooding

    SRP answers questions about South Mountain flooding

    After the rain fell at South Mountain last week, anger rose. Residents with flooded homes near 19th Avenue and Dobbins Road are upset with the city, the county and the Salt River Project.

  15. 13-year-old girl burned by oil in cooking fire

    13-year-old girl burned by oil in cooking fire

    A 13-year-old girl was burned when a cooking pan caught fire at a northwest Phoenix home Friday.

  16. Fire damages Phoenix strip mall

    Fire damages Phoenix strip mall

    Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that damaged a Phoenix strip mall Thursday night.

  17. Monsoon storms bring more rain to Valley

    Monsoon storms bring more rain to Valley

    The monsoon returned to the Valley Thursday evening, bringing heavy rains and gusty winds to some areas.

  18. Van Dyken-Rouen walks with special equipment

    Van Dyken-Rouen walks with special equipment

    Amy Van Dyken-Rouen, who was left paralyzed below the waist in an all-terrain vehicle crash on June 6 in Arizona, posted a video Thursday of her walking with help from some special equipment.

  19. Shipment of poppy pods intercepted at Sky Harbor

    Shipment of poppy pods intercepted at Sky Harbor

    Agriculture specialists in Phoenix intercepted a large shipment of poppy pods that originated from the Netherlands, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

  20. 14 arrested in Valley sex-trafficking operation

    14 arrested in Valley sex-trafficking operation

    Authorities have arrested 14 people in three days in a Valley sex-trafficking operation, according to the Phoenix Police Department.