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Difficult conversations are in store for some valley kindergarteners this week. Their teacher at Arrowhead Elementary, Cathryn Goe-roe-spee, disappeared more than a week ago and now law enforcement believes they have found her body. Counselors will be on hand to help students and staff understand what is happening and why there will changes in Miss Goe-roe-spee’s classroom


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Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnovich is under the gun.  He has a deadline to decide if a new Phoenix police policy violates the state’s controversial S-B ten-seventy law.  That law requires officers to ask about the immigration status of anyone they suspect is in the country illegally. The new police policy limits when officers can ask that


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Police say two men are hospitalized in extremely critical condition after being shot in west Phoenix. They say the men were shot about 10 a.m. Monday and a motive isn't immediately known. The names and ages of the two wounded men haven't been released yet. Police say a third party was attempting to drive the victims to a hospital when they stopped and called 911 as the injuries were too severe to continue


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A researcher at the University of Arizona is experimenting with a new way of treating rattlesnake bites. The Arizona Daily Star reports that Dr. Vance G. Nielsen hopes once the treatment is ready for humans, it will be administered like an EpiPen, injected into a snakebite victim in the field to buy them valuable time to get to the hospital for anti-venom treatments


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Get your car washed and help support a great cause! Join CBS 5’s Paul Horton for the tenth annual Paul’s Car Wash to benefit Big Brothers Bic Sisters of Central Arizona.  Come out to the Desert Ridge Marketplace and join the fun


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