Arizona headlines: Phoenix high-speed chase; Green Valley fatal accident; Tucson car accident; Body of missing woman found; Gun fire arrest; Wildfire evacuations

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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- A high speed chase in Phoenix Sunday ended with one man in custody.

It began after the suspect failed to yield near US-60 and Kyrene.  After about an hour and a half deputies finally stopped the man in east Mesa.

At one point speeds hit more than 100 miles per hour.  Nobody was injured.


GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. -- Two people are dead after the car they were traveling in rolled into a ditch on I-19.

It happened early Sunday afternoon near Papago Road.

DPS invest gators say the SUV was heading north when one of its tires blew out.  The driver then lost control and swerved into a ditch.

Two passengers, a male and female, both died at the scene.

The driver and one other passenger went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- An accident on San Joaquin and Ajo Sunday afternoon injured three people, one seriously.

Drexel Heights Fire officials say one car T-boned the other.

A 21-year-old was airlifted to UMC with life threatening injuries, but was stable upon arrival.

Two minors with him also went to the hospital and should be okay.

The people in the other car are all in good condition.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- A Tucson woman that went missing about a week ago was found dead late Saturday night in Santa Cruz County.

Alexandra Schorsch was last seen on East Tawa Street on the morning of May 7.

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is investigating the cause of her death. She was 60 years old.


SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. -- A man is in jail after allegedly opening fire on people outside a bar in Sierra Vista early Sunday morning.

Police say 28-year-old Dustin Boston threatened to shoot two men outside the Famous Sam's on East Fry Boulevard at around 2 A.M.

He fired two shots, luckily nobody was injured.

Boston got away in his car, but police later found him.

They arrested him on two counts of attempted murder in the second degree.


PORTAL, Ariz. -- Fire crews had to evacuate more people Sunday as they continue battling the Horseshoe Two fire.

Firefighters conducted a burn out to try and kill the flames.  Right now it's 20% contained and so far has charred more than 22,000 acres.

The wildfire's burning southeast of Tucson near the Arizona New Mexico state line.

Investigators say its human caused.