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Safe Kids Maricopa County will hold its 15th annual car seat event 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Target, 2151 N. Power Road, Mesa. During the event, parents, grandparents and guardians can have their car seat examined by a certified child passenger safety technician.
Rural Road is restricted at Apache Boulevard because of a water main break, and restrictions could extend until Friday as repairs are made. Southbound Rural is closed, while northbound Rural is restricted to one lane.
A small plane made a rough landing on Friday night at Stellar Airpark in Chandler.
A Mesa woman narrowly avoided injury Sunday morning when a truck crashed into her apartment and pushed into her bed while she was on it. The truck left the scene in the 3300 block of East University Drive, and police set up a perimeter and stopped all vehicles to find the driver. Witnesses helped identify the driver as Jorge Bravo, 19. He was booked on suspicion of DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, criminal damage and endangerment.
DHL Express in Tempe donated 36,000 bottles of water to the Phoenix Rescue Mission Wednesday, which was the largest single water donation of the summer. DHL employees held the drive at the beginning of the summer, and their employer matched the contributions to encourage greater participation.
Grab the kids, your suits and your sunscreen! Summer and water collide later this month during the fifth annual Summer Splash in Chandler, an event that focuses on water safety.
A company that provides safety compliance and training materials to other employers is expanding its Tempe office and hiring 80 new employees. Safety Services is hiring for jobs that include customer service, sales, collections and billing.
Are we blind? Can anyone out there help me? If we pump so many (thousands) barrells of oil per day, out of the ground. ...
Mesa police currently are on the scene of a fatal traffic accident at the intersection of Southern and Longmore involving an elderly person on a motor scooter and a vehicle.
Authorities have released the identity of a man who was fatally struck by a train in Tempe.
Jim Jobusch will assume the role of Interim Fire Chief for the Town of Gilbert after Fire Chief Collin DeWitt retires Thursday, May 2.
Learn about CPR and what to do in an emergency during a workshop hosted April 30 by Bella Vista Senior Living, a Senexus Community, and presented by the Mesa Fire Department.
Pinal County authorities report that a woman is hospitalized after being seriously injured when her vehicle collided with a school bus in the San Tan Valley Thursday morning.
A 44-year-old man died in a single vehicle motorcycle collision in Gilbert Wednesday night, Gilbert Police said.
I am appalled by the TSA’s recent decision to allow knives back into the aircraft cabin. As a Flight Attendant and the last line of defense in the cabin, I believe that these proposed changes could potentially endanger passengers and crewmembers and the we work so hard to keep safe and secure. Keeping dangerous items off the aircraft is an integral layer in making our aviation system secure and must remain in place. Flight attendants across the country are leading the charge — No knives on planes!
Mesa police say one person has died after a cab hit a pole Monday morning.
A small plane registered to a flight-training school was forced to make an emergency landing in a Chandler field because of a mechanical problem.
One person has been seriously injured in a multi-vehicle accident in Tempe.
Tempe moviegoers got more than they bargained for Saturday night when rain caused part of the theater ceiling to fall on them.
Fire officials say a small helicopter made an emergency landing Tuesday afternoon in a Mesa neighborhood.
Vice Mayor and District 6 Councilmember Scott Somers has been appointed as vice chair of the National League of Cities’ (NLC) Public Safety and Crime Prevention (PSCP) Steering Committee for 2013.
PAGE — A small earthquake has struck a remote area along the Arizona-Utah border.
In an effort to reduce air pollution and sewage waste, Gilbert will work with REV Biodiesel to collect used cooking grease at fire stations now through Jan. 5.
East Valley residents are encouraged to “tie one on for safety” this holiday season. In support of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Desert Car Care Centers, with a location in Chandler and two in Gilbert, is giving locals who sign a “pledge to drive sober” and tie a MADD ribbon on their vehicle a voucher for a complementary set of wiper blades, as well as a discounted 15-point safety evaluation; the evaluation is valued at $65.25, but the discount brings it to $9.
Boeing presented a check recently for $115,000 to Mesa Unified School District for the Salk Elementary Flight Center to help students learn about “designing bridges, water filters, lighting systems, biomedical devices, oil spill solutions, submersibles, electrical circuits and many more everyday applications in the Engineering is Elementary program this school year,” according to a release.