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Lost and Found

FOUND: February 5th - Small dog. Buckeye Road /4th Street by the tracks. 623-266-9283


FOUND: Pitbull, adult, black with white chest. February 5th. Indian School /PebbleCreek Parkway, Goodyear. 623-935-6651.


LOST: Male Shitzu. White, long hair, small. Yetti. $100.00 reward! Ray /Tuthill. 623-692-8605



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AUTOMOTIVE DETAILER Jones Ford - Buckeye 24600 W. Yuma Rd. Buckeye, AZ Full Time Competetive Wage Contact Jay Ballard 623-386-4429

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4 arrested in connection to drug trafficking on SR85 in Buckeye

Four people were taken into custody and one is still on the loose after troopers stopped two vehicles early Friday morning in connection to drug trafficking on State Route 85 in Buckeye, officials said.

At about 12:50 a.m., a trooper with the Arizona Department of Public Safety attempted to stop two vehicles traveling at high rates of speed on northbound SR85 at milepost 121 near Gila Bend, said Bart Graves, a spokesman for DPS.

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1 dead in fatal I-10 crash in Tonopah

One man died and two people had minor injuries after a pickup truck ran into the back of a semitrailer Thursday evening on Interstate 10 near 411th Avenue in Tonopah, officials said.

At about 5 p.m., a pickup truck hauling a trailer in the westbound lanes rear ended the semitrailer, causing heavy front end damage and fatal injuries to the man in the truck’s front passenger seat, said Bart Graves, a spokesman for the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

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Avondale woman charged after trying to hire hit man

An Avondale woman was arrested Jan. 22 after allegedly trying to hire a hit man to kill her romantic rival, court records state.

Alice Pleasanton, 37, was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, records state.

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Car crashes into feed store in Avondale

No injuries were reported after a car crashed into a shed on the property of an animal feed store Wednesday afternoon near Dysart and Broadway roads in Avondale, officials said.

Firefighters were dispatched at about 1:45 p.m., and initial reports were that the car was smoking and a child in a car seat was possibly inside the vehicle, said Shawn Gilleland, a spokesman for the Rural/Metro Fire Department.

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Defense attorneys seek deposition from Gov. Ducey in freeway shootings case

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The latest filing in the freeway shootings case is requesting a deposition from Gov. Doug Ducey.

The attorneys for Leslie Merritt Jr. are requesting the governor be questioned for a tweet he sent out after Merritt was taken into custody.

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Car crashes into block wall of home in west Phoenix

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Two people were transported to a hospital this morning after their car crashed into a wall at 107th Avenue and Papago Street in west Phoenix. Photo source: KPHO/KTVK

Two people were transported to a hospital this morning after their car crashed into a wall at 107th Avenue and Papago Street in west Phoenix.

One of the occupants had to be extricated from the vehicle, said Capt. Ardell Deliz with the Phoenix Fire Department.

Aerial video shows the car went through the block fence of a home. A play set and toys were visible in the backyard.

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Litchfield Park teen finds mission in Africa

LITCHFIELD PARK TEENAGER AUSTIN DAHLSTROM, right, helps construct a sand filter to help purify drinking water last fall in Africa. The 14-year-old L. Thomas Heck Middle School pupil spent 10 days in the village of Zali as part of a mission for Water Is Life, an organization dedicated to providing clean drinking water, hygiene and sanitation to communities in need. Submitted photo
LITCHFIELD PARK TEENAGER AUSTIN DAHLSTROM, right, helps construct a sand filter to help purify drinking water last fall in Africa. The 14-year-old L. Thomas Heck Middle School pupil spent 10 days in the village of Zali as part of a mission for Water Is Life, an organization dedicated to providing clean drinking water, hygiene and sanitation to communities in need. Submitted photo

West Valley boy helps village obtain safe water

The opportunity to assist others motivated a West Valley teenager to travel 9,000 miles to Africa to help a village establish a source of safe water.

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Millennium senior to play at Carnegie Hall

JEREMY ULM, a senior at Millennium High School in Goodyear, plays in the school’s band room. Jeremy was selected for the 2016 High School Honors Performance Series, which will be performed Feb. 7 at Carnegie Hall. View photo by Jordan Christopher
JEREMY ULM, a senior at Millennium High School in Goodyear, plays in the school’s band room. Jeremy was selected for the 2016 High School Honors Performance Series, which will be performed Feb. 7 at Carnegie Hall. View photo by Jordan Christopher

Only 750 students chosen to take part in 2016 High School Honors Performance Series

Jeremy Ulm’s passion for the French horn has landed him a chance to perform at Carnegie Hall, a venue that marks the pinnacle of musical achievement.

The Millennium High School senior was chosen out of more than 18,000 student applicants to take part in the venue’s 125th anniversary season in February.

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Union Elem. District seeks new leader

The Union Elementary School District is advertising for candidates to replace an interim superintendent whose temporary term was already extended almost two years.

The K-8 district, which operates three schools in west Phoenix, hopes to hire a new superintendent for the 2016-17 school year, according to Delson Sunn, Governing Board president.

The person hired will succeed Jim Rice, 67, who has been interim superintendent since August 2014.

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