Phoenix news – violence in the valley

Posted under Phoenix Crime,Phoenix News,Politics by Laura on Thursday 30 April 2009 at 4:51 pm

Police searching for teen suspected of murder in north Phoenix.

Department of Justice pays visit to Arpaio’s office.

Goodyear official charged with child abuse.

Gilbert family wrongful Taser death lawsuit moves to federal court.

Man shot in head, then taken to Romero’s restaurant.

Phoenix woman returns home to find burglar in the act.

Phoenix and Dubai seek business agreement.

3 swept downriver in Grand Canyon.

6-year-old killed Loop 202.

Walgreens robber on the loose.

2 men attack and tie up woman in Mesa home.

BEES!


Swine flu found in Maricopa County

Posted under Metro Area News,Phoenix Crime,Phoenix News by Laura on Wednesday 29 April 2009 at 3:00 pm

Swine flu confirmed in Maricopa County.

Scottsdale police looking for suspect in 3 bank robberies.

Pima County Sheriff wants check schools for illegal immigrants.

Phoenix police see increase in organized shoplifting rings.

Man shot while using ATM.

Man accidentally shot and killed at strip club.

Border patrol arrests 22 hiking marijuana into US.

SUV crashes through wall, into tree during Phoenix pursuit.

Car collides with train in Phoenix, no injuries reported.

Sky Harbor takes swine flu precautions.

Witnesses: Truck stalking children at Queen Creek bus stop.


Valley prepares for swine flu

Posted under Phoenix Crime,Phoenix News by Laura on Tuesday 28 April 2009 at 6:02 pm

Phoenix police looking for missing man.

Nazis stage demonstration in downtown Phoenix.

Arpaio entertains crowds at breakfast.

Maricopa County deputies take swine flu precautions.

Boy killed was distracted by iPod.

5 displaced by fire in Mesa.

Driver responsible for fatal collision in Tempe gets 1 year in county jail.

4 flu samples from Arizona sent to CDC for testing.

Woman drives through 3 walls of West Valley home.

Man chokes wife after high speed chase.

4 men arrested after Tempe home invasion.

Valley men get prison for $40 million fraud.


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