News archive from 3 September 2016

Brush fire closes I-17 near Black Canyon City

Brush fire closes I-17 near Black Canyon City

If you're headed up north from the Valley for the Labor Day weekend, you might want to delay your plans. The Arizona Department of Transportation says a brush fire closed Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City on Friday afternoon. No other details were...

 

Tampa-area officials call for peace in wake of shooting

TAMPA, Fla. –  Tampa community leaders and sheriff's officials pleaded Friday with the public to keep any protests peaceful following a deputy's fatal shooting of an unarmed black man earlier in the week. Five arrests were made Thursday as groups of...

Fox News, 19:07 in Crime
 
Markets at a glance: Top 100 DFW stocks, oil and gas prices

Markets at a glance: Top 100 DFW stocks, oil and gas prices

MARKET OVERVIEW DFW TOP 100 PUBLICLY TRADED COMPANIES OTHER STORIES OF INTEREST The 2016 list of Dallas-Fort Worth's 150 largest public companies North Texas business losers in 2015 were a lot bigger than the winners The 100 highest-paid CEOs in...

 

Military jet crashes on rise as some cite training and fleet issues

Marine Maj. Sterling Norton, 36, was killed when his F/A-18 Hornet crashed on July 28 during a live-fire nighttime training accident in Southern California.  Less than a week later, another F/A-18 from the same squadron crashed outside Naval Air...

Fox News, 19:13 in Politics
 
Arizona Coyotes' Michael Stone skating as recovery continues

Arizona Coyotes' Michael Stone skating as recovery continues

When he’s looping through the neutral zone before unleashing a slap shot on net, Michael Stone looks exactly like the defenseman the Coyotes have tasked with patrolling their blue line for the past five seasons. But once a scrimmage breaks out, as it...

AZCentral, 19:16 in Sport
 
Phoenix Suns get early start with voluntary workouts

Phoenix Suns get early start with voluntary workouts

Skip AdAd Loading...xEmbed xShare WATCH THE LATEST SUNS AND NBA VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTSFans turn out for free Jared Dudley jerseys | 0:35Suns fan favorite Jared Dudley gave away 120 free No. 3 jerseys to fans at the Talking Stick Resort Arena....

AZCentral, 19:16 in Sport
 
Dr Pepper bets big on campy concessions guy, college ball

Dr Pepper bets big on campy concessions guy, college ball

This college football season, Dr Pepper's braggadocios pitchman, Larry Culpepper, will hit the road in a new, tricked out trailer dubbed the Tailgate 2000.  The symbolism is perhaps as rich as the Plano-based soft drink maker's long-running college...

 

The Latest: Video shows gunfight, apparent suspect suicide

NEW ORLEANS –  The Latest on the release of a police video showing a gunfight ending with the apparent suicide of a car theft suspect (all times local): 3:50 p.m. New Orleans police have released dashcam video showing a gunfight that ends with the...

Fox News, 19:39 in Crime
 
What we now know about the Phoenix 'serial street shooter'

What we now know about the Phoenix 'serial street shooter'

Skip AdAd Loading...xEmbed xShare SERIAL STREET SHOOTINGS IN PHOENIXLaw enforcement asks for public help in serial shooter case | 2:23At a press conference held at the Phoenix Police Department, the Mayor of Phoenix and members of law enforcement...

 
ASU football starts season with chip on its shoulder

ASU football starts season with chip on its shoulder

Skip AdAd Loading...xEmbed xShare WATCH THE LATEST ASU FOOTBALL VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTSTimelapse of Sun Devil Stadium offseason renovations | 2:09A timelapse over the course of eight months during the rebuild of the west side of Sun Devil...

AZCentral, 19:46 in Sport
 

Ohio middle schoolers treated after eating extra-hot peppers

WEST MILTON, Ohio –  Officials say several dozen Ohio middle schoolers apparently ate extra-hot peppers brought in by a student and were treated by medics after some had adverse reactions. The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/2c0sb0Y ) reports...

Fox News, 19:49 in Learning
 

Kentucky man sentenced in new mother's fatal overdose case

LEXINGTON, Ky. –  A Kentucky man has been sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for providing heroin and fentanyl to a new mother who died of an overdose last year. The U.S. attorney's office said 44-year-old Christopher Allen of Lexington was...

Fox News, 19:50 in Crime
 

Spanish missionary who devoted life to poor killed in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti –  A missionary from Spain who devoted her life to helping the poor in Haiti was fatally shot at a crowded intersection in the Caribbean country's capital Friday. Jean Bruner Noel, a justice ministry official at the scene,...

 
Man gets 40 years in prison for setting 2 Fort Worth house fires

Man gets 40 years in prison for setting 2 Fort Worth house fires

A formerly homeless 43-year-old man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for setting two houses on fire last year in Fort Worth's Historic Southside neighborhood. The Fort Worth Fire Department said in a statement Friday that George Wayne Reibert...

Dallas News, 19:52 in Crime
 
'Star Trek' at 50: Can - and should - it endure?

'Star Trek' at 50: Can - and should - it endure?

For some of us, Sept. 8, 1966, was either a great moment in television history or the greatest moment in interstellar history. For that is the moment, of course, that Star Trek debuted on NBC.  By now, you don't even need to be a Trekkie to understand...

 

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