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PHOENIX -- State officials have agreed not to pursue anyone from book sellers to Internet posters under a new "revenge porn'' law, at least not for the time being.
A 55-plus community in Mesa is expanding its property to include room for new recreational areas.
More infants died in Arizona last year from unsafe sleep environments than motor vehicle accidents.
GILBERT – It took a bit of reminder, but the Desert Vista girls volleyball team finally shook off Basha to earn a spot in the Division I state championship.
Westwood broke through this season, but 2014 ended as a baby step in what the Warriors hope is a true resurgence.
When my wife and I carried our newborn child through the sliding glass doors of the maternity unit, we were not given an instructional manual. No type of handbook accompanied the second or the third child either. Like all parents, we were directed to the exit sign clutching our new wrapped-in-blue bundle, with little more than a slap on the rear end, like a coach sending in his second-string substitutions. We were those kids with plenty of eagerness to play the game, but not a lot of knowledge about the playbook. We simply were not prepared for or coached up on every possible situation that would arise in our family-building career.
CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) — A police officer was fatally injured Friday when he was hit by a suspected drunken driver, becoming the second officer from the Chandler Police Department to be killed in motorcycle crashes this week.
Officer David Payne, 37, was stopped at a red light about 1 a.m. when a vehicle struck his motorcycle from behind, police said. The impact threw Payne's motorcycle through the intersection.
The other driver drove away, but officers stopped him a short time later and took him into custody, police said. The driver had an 11-month-old baby with him, police said.
Payne's death followed the death of another Chandler officer Tuesday. Officer Bryant Holmes, 34, was riding his motorcycle to work when he was struck by an SUV that ran a red light, authorities said. The 20-year-old driver stopped.
"It's been a very difficult week for the department," Chandler Police Chief Sean Duggan said. "We have lost two exceptional and talented officers in a matter of three days."
Police said the suspect in Friday's crash that killed Payne was believed to be impaired by alcohol and driving on a suspended license.
"This is not an accident," said Sgt. Joe Favazzo, a police spokesman. "This is a crash ... It was 100 percent avoidable."
Brian Yazzie, 31, of Tempe, was arrested and jailed on suspicion of manslaughter, endangerment and leaving the scene of an accident, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said.
A Chandler police spokesman, Detective Seth Tyler, said he didn't know whether Yazzie has an attorney yet.
Payne was a seven-year veteran of the Chandler department and a member of its drunken-driving enforcement unit. "His passion was to remove impaired drivers from the roadways," Duggan said.
Payne was also a member of the Arizona Army National Guard, and he served in Iraq in 2007-2008.
It would be hard to find another entertainer in recent memory that has paid more dues than singer Darlene Love.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix man accused of killing and abusing his infant daughter has pleaded not guilty.
Maricopa County prosecutors say 39-year-old Duryea Dupri Bennett was arraigned Wednesday. His next court date is scheduled for Dec. 17.
Bennett was booked into jail on Oct. 9 on suspicion of first-degree murder and of child abuse.
Authorities received a 911 call the previous day that 1-month-old Natalyah Bennett wasn't breathing.
Phoenix police say paramedics noticed bruising on the baby and hospital personnel also found a skull fracture, broken ribs, bite marks and injuries consistent with a sexual assault.
They say the mother wasn't home and the father was alone with seven children ranging in age from 1 month old to 14 years old.
Police say none of the other children showed signs of abuse.
Halloween is just two days away. According to the National Retail Federation, nearly a quarter (24.6 percent) of consumers like to put off Halloween shopping until the last minute.
Fear not, procrastinators: there's still time to grab get-ups and goodies for less. Let CouponSherpa.com navigate you through the scary mark-ups with the latest Halloween coupons, and save on everything from crafts to costumes to restaurants.
1. Babies 'R Us
Take 50 percent off Halloween costumes through Oct. 30 (no coupon required).
Get 50 percent off one regular-priced item through Nov. 1 with this coupon.
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Take 20 percent off one item through Oct. 31 with online or printable coupon.
Buy select Halloween toys, treats and apparel, and get $5 off your pet's next bath or full groom through Oct. 31 with printable coupon.
5. Krispy Kreme
Wear your costume to participating locations of Krispy Kreme on Oct. 31 and get a free doughnut (no coupon required).
6. Party City
Take $10 off your purchase of $60 or more through Nov. 2 with promo code or printable coupon.
Get a free Halloween treat through Oct. 31 (no purchase necessary).
8. Baskin Robbins
Save $3 on your ice cream cake purchase through Oct. 31 with printable coupon.
9. Jo-Ann Fabric
Save 30 percent on one regular-priced purchase through Nov. 1 with this coupon code, or use the mobile or printable offer for in-store redemption.
10. Auntie Anne's
Enjoy a free Signature Pretzel with purchase of any pretzel through Oct. 31 with printable or mobile coupon.
11. Hancock Fabrics
Save 50 percent on one regular-priced fabric item through Nov. 1 with printable coupon or promo code.
12. Morton's Steakhouse
Enjoy a four-course meal for just $35 when you order from a special menu through Oct. 31 (at participating locations).
Purchase a Hallmark card and get a Super-size Halloween Lollipop for 99 cents (regularly $2.95) through Oct. 31.
PHOENIX - The 2-month-old baby Bornean Orangutan at the Phoenix Zoo is in need of a name.
The zoo has picked five names, with various meanings, and will allow guests to vote for their favorite name on the zoo's website.
Voting will run today through Nov. 6. Voting closes at 8 p.m.
The baby's name will be announced Nov. 8 during a planned baby shower for mom and the newborn. The shower is open to the public and will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Baby Orangutan name possibilities:
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Police in southern Arizona say a 7-month-old girl died this week after being left in a car for up to eight hours before her father noticed her unconscious in the back seat.
Tucson police have identified the baby as Isabel Ledo Herrera but say they are withholding some information as the investigation continues. No arrests have been made.
Sgt. Chris Widmer says detectives confirmed that the father was driving his vehicle and that he didn't know anyone else was in it. Widmer says the father immediately called 911 when he noticed his daughter.
Authorities received a 911 call at 5:19 p.m. Wednesday. The girl died at a hospital after firefighters found her unresponsive.
Widmer says preliminary information indicates the child was in the car for as long as eight hours.
Attorneys for the state are asking a federal judge to throw out a challenge to the state's new “revenge porn” law.
A baby orangutan made his first debut with his mother Monday morning.
Mother Bess gave birth to the newborn on Sept. 2 and the precious pair was put on display at Phoenix Zoo on Oct. 13.
The zoo is excited for the public to see the adorable little guy. Bob Keesecker, senior primate keeper at Phoenix Zoo, says this is a special event because orangutans only give birth approximately every eight years.
“They have a very slow reproduction rate in the wild because the babies spend an inordinate amount of time, seven to eight years, with their mom,” he said.
The zoo says the male baby is still nameless and his weight remains unknown.
“We don’t know how much he weighs because we are not able to remove him from the mother,” Keesecker said.
The zoo said even days after being born, the male baby still clings to his mother for comfort. The pair is expected to maintain this closeness for the first 4 to 5 months of the newborn’s life.
According to the zoo, Bess is doing a wonderful job as an attentive and loving mother.
The newborn’s father, Michael, and his older sister, Kasih, are being kept separately from the baby and his mother so they can fully cherish their bonding time. The zoo says father and sister will be slowly introduced in a few months.
Visit the zoo soon if you want to see the mother and her newborn cuddling, which is a sight that will make anyone say, “Aww!”
Bornean orangutan born at Phoenix Zoo.
A live-action, feature-length version of “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” produced by Disney? That’s got to be the most unpromising synopsis for a kid’s movie since Warner Bros. made an entire film about LEGOs. Then again, “The LEGO Movie” ended up being awesome. Maybe this adaptation of the classic picture book from Judith Viorst will be a pleasant surprise too, right? Well, the film isn’t terrible, horrible, no good, or very bad. It’s not exactly great either. It’s just OK, which is still at least better than expected.
PHOENIX (AP) — Authorities say a Phoenix infant critically injured after allegedly being shaken 15 times by his father has died.
Phoenix police say the 6-week-old boy died Tuesday.
They say 28-year-old Guadalupe Gonzales was booked into jail Monday on suspicion of child abuse and now will be facing first-degree murder charges.
It was unclear Wednesday if Gonzales he has a lawyer yet.
Police were called to a hospital Sunday when medical personnel reported an injured child.
Hospital officials say the child's injuries weren't consistent with what the dad told them.
Police say Gonzales told detectives he rolled off a couch while he was sleeping and fell on the baby.
The child's mother told police that she returned home to find Gonzales holding the baby and crying and the infant wasn't breathing.
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With one in 68 children affected by autism, chances are you or someone you know has dealt with the disorder. The 10th annual Zoowalk for Autism Research at the Phoenix Zoo gives you an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of families affected by it.
A panel of local education, business and government leaders emphasized the importance of education to Gilbert’s fiscal future during an event on Sept. 25.
As we get deeper into fall, the evenings are getting cooler, but the action on the field is just starting to heat up. To help make sure you are good and warmed up for the game with a good meal and some libations, here are some spots nearby to check out before and/or after yet another glorious evening on the football field.
I am sometimes suspicious of how we employ our faith. Don’t get me wrong, faith is important to me, and I have given my life to it. But sometimes I treat my faith like it is a medicine cabinet or a pharmaceutical, going to it only when something is wrong, or if I am looking for a quick remedy.
Really Want to Dance With Wolves? Head to Beautiful & Remote Saguenay/Lac-Saint-Jean Region of Quebec
Arizona booksellers and others are asking a federal judge to void a new law aimed at “revenge porn” because it also could land them in prison.