News archive from 24 May 2017

Man exposed genitals to girl walking home from school in Avondale

Man exposed genitals to girl walking home from school in Avondale

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare What is a Silent Witness and how do you become one? Avondale police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a girl as she was walking home from school Monday, department officials said. The man, who appeared to be...


Mike Pence visit, terror attack heighten Indy 500 security concerns

Buy Photo Fans going to the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday can expect security to be as tight or tighter than it was for last year's 100th running in the wake of the suspected terrorist bombing in England and the announcement that Vice President Mike...

Usa Today, 19:44 in Sport

Prescott campsite burglar caught on camera

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare What is a Silent Witness and how do you become one? Someone who burglarized an RV at a Prescott campsite in mid-April was caught on camera, and the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office released the images Tuesday. At least...


Notable moments at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInChase Field: Notable moments at Diamondbacks' ballpark FullscreenPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. As the Diamondbacks continue their 20th season at Chase Field, take a look at some notable moments in...

AZCentral, 20:23 in Sport

Arrested Mesa councilman's BAC found to be a 'super extreme' 0.22

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare MESA COUNCILMAN RYAN WINKLE ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF DUIMesa council discusses Councilman Ryan Winkle's arrest in DUI | 7:17The Mesa council discusses the future of Councilman Ryan Winkle, who was arrested on suspicion...


Diamondbacks relievers spend Tuesday afternoon milking cow

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare Pitcher Archie Bradley was one of three Arizona Diamondbacks who participated in a cow-milking competition on May 23, 2017 at Chase Field. The contest was to promote Shamrock Farms Grand Slam Milk Drive program. This...

AZCentral, 20:43 in Sport
Just one vote left for Houston pension reform package

Just one vote left for Houston pension reform package

Houston's pension reform plan is one vote away from the governor's desk with the final approval of the Texas Senate Tuesday evening. The upper chamber gave Mayor Sylvester Turner's landmark proposal the same 25-5 margin of victory it received three...

Chron, 20:45 in Politics

Cardinals RB David Johnson taking the next steps toward NFL stardom

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare WATCH THE LATEST CARDINALS AND NFL VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTSArians Family Foundation Fundraiser at Top Golf | 1:44Coaches and players talk about the importance of head coach Bruce Arians' family fundraiser at Top Golf...

AZCentral, 21:22 in Sport

Phoenix OKs budget with more police and park rangers, but deficit looms

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare An initial Phoenix budget proposes more park rangers, more police officers and outreach workers to help people experiencing homelessness. Phoenix leaders have approved a budget that puts more police officers on the...


YMCA boosts swimming lesson curriculum to reduce drownings

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare What happens to the body during a drowning? The YMCA is ramping up its effort to provide swim lessons in the Phoenix area to help minimize drowning calls. Leaders from Valley of the Sun YMCA discussed efforts designed...


CVS is the latest to ease access to opioid-overdose drug in Arizona

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich talks about steps to fight the opioid crisis. Robert Gundran/ CVS drugstores will begin selling Naloxone — an opioid-overdose reversal drug — without a prescription in...


Phoenix moves to implement new rules for lobbyists following Republic report

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare THE GAGGLE: TALKING POLITICS EVERY WEEK WITH THE AZCENTRAL.COM TEAMThe Gaggle: McCain Trump feud, Ducey's veto pen and Phoenix city hall | 4:25The Arizona Republic's politics team discusses the ongoing McCain/Trump feud,...

House OKs funding walking bus programs in dangerous neighborhoods

House OKs funding walking bus programs in dangerous neighborhoods

AUSTIN -- Little more than a year after an 11-year-old boy was stabbed while walking home from school in the Northside neighborhood, the Texas House approved a bill that would allow school districts to spend money on programs to make sure kids get...

Chron, 00:17 in Politics

Police missteps cost Chandler thousands of dollars

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare Chandler paid out more than $300,000 in settlement money over two separate instances of alleged police misconduct. Chandler is paying more than $300,000 in settlements related to two police incidents. One involved a man...


How tribal leaders and conservationists are trying to stop the Trump border wall

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare TRUMP BORDER WALLImpact of Donald Trump's 'Great, Great Wall'? | 8:42A look at the socioeconomic and environmental impact of a 2,000-mile long wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. SkipxEmbed xShare TRUMP BORDER WALLHere's how...


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