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  1. Monster fish caught at Lake Pleasant

    Monster fish caught at Lake Pleasant

    Lake Pleasant is a popular Valley fishing destination and as one Peoria angler found out, you never know what you're going to find in those waters.

  2. Man fatally shot in Phoenix after fight with stranger

    Man fatally shot in Phoenix after fight with stranger

    Phoenix police said a 24-year-old man was fatally shot after an altercation with an unknown male late Friday night.

  3. Maricopa Mugs: Sept. Arrest Photos Volume 3

    Maricopa Mugs: Sept. Arrest Photos Volume 3

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

  4. Former Suns player accused of stealing from Apple store

    Former Suns player accused of stealing from Apple store

    Former Phoenix Suns player Rex Chapman is accused of stealing merchandise from the Apple store in Scottsdale.

  5. FD: Hiker dies after fall at Camelback Mountain

    FD: Hiker dies after fall at Camelback Mountain

    A 25-year-old man died Friday afternoon after falling from the Echo Canyon Trail at Camelback Mountain, according to the Phoenix Fire Department.

  6. Phoenix police investigate early morning homicide

    Phoenix police investigate early morning homicide

    Phoenix police are searching for suspects in the death of a 27-year-old woman early Saturday morning.

  7. High-speed chase ends in double fatal head-on crash; 3rd person critical

    High-speed chase ends in double fatal head-on crash; 3rd person critical

    Two people are dead and a third is in critical condition after a "dine and dash" incident led to a high-speed police chase that ended in a head-on crash.

  8. Parents learn how to install car seats correctly

    Parents learn how to install car seats correctly

    According to the Governor's Office of Highway Safety, car crashes are the leading cause of death for children 1 to 13 years old.

  9. Rimrock man receives fines, probation for cutting down 207-year-old juniper

    Rimrock man receives fines, probation for cutting down 207-year-old juniper

    A Rimrock man received fines and probation for cutting down a 207-year-old juniper tree on the Coconino National Forest.

  10. Tempe drug deal led to Sky Harbor shutdown

    Tempe drug deal led to Sky Harbor shutdown

    A drug deal that ended with one man getting shot led to the lockdown of Terminal 4 at Sky Harbor Airport on Thursday afternoon, disrupting the travel plans for thousands of people.

  11. 6 arrested at Prescott motels on drug charges

    6 arrested at Prescott motels on drug charges

    Six people have been arrested for suspected illegal drug activity after search warrants were served at Prescott area motels, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.

  12. Hatch Chile Festival at Power Road Farmers Market this weekend

    Hatch Chile Festival at Power Road Farmers Market this weekend

    Power Road Farmers Market is hosting its 12th Annual Hatch New Mexico Green Chile Festival this weekend.

  13. Sheriff Arpaio forced to return military weapons

    Sheriff Arpaio forced to return military weapons

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is preparing to send back hundreds of weapons received under the US Government's controversial 1033 program, which sends military surplus equipment to local agencies.

  14. 3OYS: Homeowner invests in solar panels that don't operate

    3OYS: Homeowner invests in solar panels that don't operate

    Walter Cwiek has a habit of keeping his thermostat as warm as possible. He uses ceiling fans and tries not to use many lights inside his home. In other words, Cwiek does what he can to keep electricity costs to a minimum.

  15. 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.

  16. Burger King in Japan goes black

    Burger King in Japan goes black

  17. Car crashes snarl traffic often on Interstate 17

    Car crashes snarl traffic often on Interstate 17

    There's little that can be done about the ensuing traffic backup when car crashes occur on the major interstate connecting Phoenix and Prescott, state transportation officials said this week.

  18. Lockdown lifted at Avondale school; no weapon found

    Lockdown lifted at Avondale school; no weapon found

    Westview High School in Avondale was in lockdown while police investigated information of a possible weapon on campus.

  19. Trial set for teenager charged in officer's death

    Trial set for teenager charged in officer's death

    A Jan. 14 trial has been set for a 16-year-old boy accused of killing a Maricopa County jail officer who authorities say was randomly targeted when he was shot in his driveway.

  20. Glendale police catch burglary suspects in the act

    Glendale police catch burglary suspects in the act

    Glendale police nabbed two burglary suspects who reportedly used a rented U-Haul truck during their crimes.