Water main break; Arson investigation; Fatal accident; Doctor indicted; UA laptops; Apple store

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A huge water main break Tuesday. It happened at 15th Avenue and Laguna, that's near Miracle Mile and Oracle Road. Tucson Water says it happened when crews working on the renovation of the Ghost Ranch Lodge hit a 6-inch pipe.

It took Tucson Water more than an hour to cut off the supply. Just a few area customers were impacted.

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And police are looking for anyone with information on an early morning arson Monday. No one was in the house on West Calle Lerdo near Valencia and I-19, and a neighbor called 911 on his way to work.

There's over $100,000 damage. If you know anything about how the fire started or who may have done it call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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An update on a fatal crash late friday near glenn and first avenue. Police believe 32-year-old michael long was speeding down glenn and lost control of the car and hit a power pole. Both he and passenger 38-year-old eileen tippens were ejected and died at the scene.

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The University of Arizona police department is asking students and visitors to the Main Library to keep an eye on their laptops.

Last week, four were stolen from the Main Library and one was stolen from the Gould-Simpson building. Police say, in each case the owner left the laptop unattended and minutes later it was gone.

They're urging anyone who brings laptops or any other personal items to the library to keep them with you at all times.

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34 seconds.

That's how long it took two burglars to steal nearly $10,000 worth of merchandise from an Apple store in Gilbert.

The pair used rocks to smash through a plate-glass door early this morning. They got away with an iPhone four, two iPads, two computers and other items. Police will take a look at surveillance tapes in hopes of identifying the suspects.