News archive from 11 October 2016

Carson Palmer expected back for Monday night vs. New York Jets

Carson Palmer expected back for Monday night vs. New York Jets

Skip AdAd Loading...xEmbed xShare WATCH THE LATEST CARDINALS AND NFL VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTSMonday Cardinals report: Coaches back to work, players still off | 2:02Kent Somers says the biggest challenge facing the Cardinals coaching staff right...

AZCentral, 19:01 in Sport
 
Scottsdale residents must take back control on big decisions

Scottsdale residents must take back control on big decisions

Skip AdAd Loading...xEmbed xShare Scottsdale's Desert Discovery Center is a long time source of public debate, but controversy surrounding the project has shifted into a higher gear. On Sept. 19, the Scottsdale City Council made a big decision in a...

 
Glendale Halloween event at Foothills Recreation Center

Glendale Halloween event at Foothills Recreation Center

Glendale's seventh annual Neighborhood Halloween Event is 6-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, at the Foothills Recreation Children, 5600 W. Union Hills Drive. Admission for children 10 and younger is $4 ($5 non-resident) and parents are admitted free....

 
Mesa 'INSPIRED' art show benefits charities

Mesa 'INSPIRED' art show benefits charities

Fourteen artists are combining forces in an upcoming show in Mesa to highlight the role of the visual arts in the community and raise money for charities that provide food for hungry children and help homeless families. The Southwest Visual Art...

 
My Turn: Meet Gerbacio Noriega, the man behind Scottsdale's city seal

My Turn: Meet Gerbacio Noriega, the man behind Scottsdale's city seal

With his deep tan, handsome features and wiry build, Gerbacio Noriega caught the eye of many a Scottsdale resident. Known to the locals as “Harvey,” he was the real deal when it came to the Cowboy Way. Noriega was raised on a cattle ranch in Sonora,...

 
My Turn: Forced speech is un-American

My Turn: Forced speech is un-American

Last time you texted a friend, why did you do it? Last time you admired a painting, what were you thinking about? Writers write words and artists create art to convey something — some idea, some message, some emotion. That’s just common sense. Until...

 
7 reasons parents are flipping out about bottle flipping

7 reasons parents are flipping out about bottle flipping

I briefly mentioned my son’s love affair with flipping water bottles in my last column. The reader response to that part was staggering. AZCENTRAL My kids are gross and so are yours I had no idea that bottle flipping was so popular/maddening! People...

 
Scottsdale councilwoman: Access, not commercialism, in preserve

Scottsdale councilwoman: Access, not commercialism, in preserve

For many years I have been on record as a supporter for purchasing as much land for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve as our current preserve taxes will fund. So it is with great pleasure that we all heard the recent news that the City of Scottsdale was...

 

Rio shootout kills 3, closes streets in Copacabana, Ipanema

RIO DE JANEIRO –  An hours-long shootout between police and suspected criminals in Rio de Janeiro has left three people dead, as well as blocking streets and closing shops in the posh Copacabana and Ipanema districts. The shootout erupted during a...

 
Arizona charter schools, teachers win awards

Arizona charter schools, teachers win awards

The Arizona Charter Schools Association's 2016 Charter Awards recognize the top charter teacher, leader, business manager and school in Arizona. “What these winners have in common is their innovative approach to education and committed focus to the...

 

Samsung halts sales of Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after new troubles

SAN FRANCISCO –  Samsung said it is halting sales of the star-crossed Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after a spate of fires involving new devices that were supposed to be safe replacements for recalled models. In a statement issued late Monday, Samsung said...

 

Russian ambassador denies complaining about Trump criticism

UNITED NATIONS –  Russia's U.N. ambassador says he never complained to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon about criticism of Donald Trump because he wasn't aware that the Republican presidential candidate had been the target of criticism by the U.N. human...

 
Phoenix Xavier Prep cross country runner Sarah Carter plans future for herself

Phoenix Xavier Prep cross country runner Sarah Carter plans future for herself

In May 2015, Phoenix Xavier College Preparatory distance runner Sarah Carter took a close look at herself as she thought about the upcoming cross country season. Carter made a vow for a competition that wouldn’t begin for months. Next year, she would...

AZCentral, 20:05 in Sport
 
Tempe assault suspect held on $20K bond

Tempe assault suspect held on $20K bond

A Tempe man accused of assaulting and robbing a woman Oct. 1 in a restaurant parking lot was being held in jail Monday on a $20,000 bond, court documents show. Tempe police arrested 24-year-old James Alexander Pryor Jr. at his apartment Friday on...

 
MCSO: Investigation leads to weapons cache in Phoenix

MCSO: Investigation leads to weapons cache in Phoenix

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office investigators called in SWAT for back up Monday afternoon after discovering a home with multiple weapons and hearing movement in the attic, officials said. At around 3 p.m., MCSO responded to a home near 31st Avenue...

 

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