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When someone in Yavapai, Pinal, Graham or Greenlee counties wants to dispose of unused prescription drugs, he or she can dump them in boxes at many police and fire stations.
Fire officials say a 4-year-old girl who was taken to a Valley hospital in serious condition after she was pulled from a pool Friday afternoon is expected to be okay.
“Yum” doesn’t come to mind when most people see a spiny prickly pear cactus.
A swift water rescue captured by television news crews Sunday is a reminder to Valley residents of the dangers that quickly occur when rains hit.
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department offers a free immunization clinic every month. The next clinic - just in time for school to start - will be held 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, at Fiesta Mall in the lower level near Macy's.
Apache Junction Fire Department crews evacuated several homes and businesses after they responded to a reported gas leak Thursday afternoon at a scrap metal recycling business.
A few toy cars, a couple of dolls, games, balls — even a bicycle — filled an old fire truck outside a Mesa store.
A teen was killed in a rollover wreck in Apache Junction Thursday afternoon.
Students in Shannon Miller's class at Four Peaks Elementary School in Apache Junction collected stuff animals for the local fire department to use when helping young victims of fires. The students also wrote thank you letters to the firefighters after learning about the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
After learning about the events of Sept. 11, 2001, second graders at Apache Junction Unified School District's Four Peaks Elementary School felt compelled to do something.
A look at key Apache Junction and Gold Canyon facts and figures
Panacea Animal Shelter is accepting treatment donations for Hannah, a medium-sized dog rescued from the side of the road with a fractured pelvic bone and a displaced hip.
Shelby Slaughter, 18, a recent graduate of Apache Junction High School (pictured on the far right) receives a certificate of recognition for performing CPR and helping to save the life of Jesus Molina who went into cardiac arrest at a branch of Chase Bank in east Mesa on Aug. 17. Pictured on the far left is Bill Hayes, deputy chief for Mesa’s East Station and Forrest Smith (center), spokesman for the Mesa Fire Department. [Mike Sakal/Tribune]
Jesus Molina doesn’t remember much of what happened after he walked into an east Mesa Chase Bank little more than a month ago to withdraw cash from an ATM.
A man is in extremely critical condition Wednesday night after a friend accidentally backed over him while he was unloading groceries.
Two people killed in two collisions in Apache Junction Wednesday morning have been identified.
Ten-year-old Samantha Christian reacted fast Monday night when it mattered most.
A man was shot dead by police after stealing a City of Phoenix 10-wheel truck tractor, evading police through several cities and crashing into multiple police cars Sunday, according to Mesa police.
When emergency crews responded to a drowning call of a 3-year-old Gold Canyon boy who was discovered floating inside a family swimming pool last week, his father told authorities that the child had been out of his sight for about two minutes.
Two Apache Junction mobile homes were destroyed after a pile of debris outside one under demolition caught on fire early Friday.
A 10-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl were among four people who died Tuesday after an explosion inside an Apache Junction mobile home caused the unit to catch fire.
An electrical fire destroyed an elderly man's mobile home and two others were damaged in Apache Junction's Shady Rest senior community early Monday, but about two dozen firefighters on the scene were able to save most of his personal belongings.
An Apache Junction man who was shot and killed after he shot an undercover Mesa police officer in the leg at a Fry's grocery store parking lot Tuesday had been released from prison less than a month ago, according to Arizona Department of Corrections records.
State senators voted 21-6 Tuesday to remove the chairwoman of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.
While working at a YMCA camp in Anchorage, Alaska over the summer, Shaquelle Massey was required to learn CPR and first aid.