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Goodyear PD arrests 3 burglary suspects

Goodyear police have three people in custody who are possibly connected to an unknown number of burglaries in the area of 144th Avenue and Indian School Road, officials said.

The suspects fled from officers on foot earlier this morning, setting off a search that involved a police helicopter and K9 officers, said Lisa Kutis, a spokeswoman with the Goodyear Police Department.

No other information about the burglaries is available at this time, Kutis said.

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Buckeye gets extra funds for sidewalk project

A historic downtown area of Buckeye is set to get sidewalks for the first time thanks to a project supported by Community Development Block Grant funding.

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved an increase in block grant funding by $56,344 for a total of $438,000 for sidewalks, including 17 ramps, on Narramore, Nelson and Eason streets in the northern portion of Buckeye.

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Luke maintainer wins Leo Marquez Award

TERRY NELSON, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircraft armament systems technician, inspects an F-16 Fighting Falcon ammunition drum assembly April 5 at Luke Air Force Base. Nelson recently won the 2015 Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award in the Munitions and Missile Maintenance Civilian Technician Category. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James Hensley
TERRY NELSON, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircraft armament systems technician, inspects an F-16 Fighting Falcon ammunition drum assembly April 5 at Luke Air Force Base. Nelson recently won the 2015 Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award in the Munitions and Missile Maintenance Civilian Technician Category. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James Hensley

Retired Senior Master Sgt. Terry Nelson of Luke Air Force Base’s 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron has earned the 2015 Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award in the Munitions and Missile Maintenance Civilian Technician Category.

The award honors Nelson as one of the best among the Air Force’s munitions and missile maintenance personnel.

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Model behavior

MADDY WELCH, 19, a former Goodyear resident, models for Chloe. The Millennium High School graduate has been modeling for about a year with photo shoots and runway walks taking her from New York and Paris to London and Milan. Submitted photo
MADDY WELCH, 19, a former Goodyear resident, models for Chloe. The Millennium High School graduate has been modeling for about a year with photo shoots and runway walks taking her from New York and Paris to London and Milan. Submitted photo

Former Goodyear woman building reputation on fashion runways

For someone who was never too interested in clothes and describes herself as “awkward,” Maddy Welch was surprised to develop a modeling career that’s taken her to the world’s fashion capitals.

It’s pretty crazy,” said Welch, 19, who graduated from Millennium High School in 2014, when she lived in Goodyear.

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More than just a ride

Business provides transportation, assistance to senior citizens who no longer drive

A business that provides transportation for seniors who need more than a taxi cab ride has expanded its service to the West Valley.

The service is for people who no longer drive or do not want to drive and need more personal assistance than a taxi cab can offer.

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Avondale installs directional signage

A WAYFINDING directional sign on the corner of Avondale Boulevard and Van Buren Street in Avondale points people to the Avondale Civic Center, Phoenix International Raceway and the Gila River. The sign, which was installed in February, is one of 26 planned wayfinding signs for the city. View photo by Jordan Christopher
A WAYFINDING directional sign on the corner of Avondale Boulevard and Van Buren Street in Avondale points people to the Avondale Civic Center, Phoenix International Raceway and the Gila River. The sign, which was installed in February, is one of 26 planned wayfinding signs for the city. View photo by Jordan Christopher

Wayfinding signs direct drivers to city's points of pride

Drivers in Avondale are getting a little extra help in getting around town with the installation of the first of a series of directional signs that are also part of the city’s branding efforts.

The appropriately named “wayfinding” signs started going up in February at key intersections, according to Tracy Stevens, Avondale’s development and engineering services director.

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Kyle Petty leads charity ride through West Valley

KYLE PETTY, center, former NASCAR driver, poses for photos with fans April 30 as he and his team stop in Tolleson on their Charity Ride Across America. View photo by Ray Thomas
KYLE PETTY, center, former NASCAR driver, poses for photos with fans April 30 as he and his team stop in Tolleson on their Charity Ride Across America. View photo by Ray Thomas

Former NASCAR driver raising funds for camp for children with medical issues

More than 100 motorcyclists led by former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty roared into Tolleson and Litchfield Park over the weekend during their cross-country ride to raise funds for a camp for children with medical issues.

We’re here to raise some money and send some kids to camp,” Petty said Saturday during a dinner stop after the first day of the week-long journey.

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Avondale PD issues sex offender notice

Avondale police have issued a public alert about a registered sex offender who has moved into the city.

Steven Heitzenrater, 32, is living at a home in the 1900 block of North 103rd Lane, southwest of Encanto Boulevard and 103rd Avenue, police said.

Heitzenrater is not wanted by any law enforcement agency, said Sgt. Brandon Busse, a police spokesman.

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Debris fire causes Avodnale outage

A debris fire that spread to a power pole caused an outage early Monday morning in an Avondale neighborhood, officials said.

The fire started at about 3:15 a.m. in a front yard near Madden Drive and Third Street, said Division Chief Ben Avitia, a spokesman with Avondale Fire-Rescue.

I don’t know if it was under remodel, but there was a lot of construction debris and trash and building materials in the front,” Avitia said.

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