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Burglar steals gold records from musician's home in Phoenix Video included


The thief parked his green Escalade in the driveway and loaded it up with electronics, Friesen's wife's wedding rings from family members that had a lot of sentimental value, and the four gold records. More>>

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Whew! Phoenix gears-up for hottest weather of season

Near record heat looms for Phoenix this week Near record heat looms for Phoenix this week

Maricopa and Pinal counties are under an excessive heat warning from 10 a.m. Wednesday through 8 p.m. Thursday, CBS 5 Chief Meteorologist Chris Dunn said. More>>

PD: Arizona mom left toddler in car

Chanelle Fatali Chanelle Fatali

Police said the woman left her toddler in her car parked in front of her home from about 9 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. Monday while the mother slept inside her locked home. More>>

A Valley woman died after breaking her neck while body surfing on a Maui beach with family. More>>


PD: Burglars victimize Tempe boy, 13, home alone Video included

PD: Burglars victimize Tempe boy, 13, home alone PD: Burglars victimize Tempe boy, 13, home alone

Two burglars who broke into a Tempe home through a skylight on Tuesday and covered a 13-year-old boy with a sheet while they ransacked the residence for more than an hour, police said. More>>

Historic building on Fairgrounds will stay


A historic building constructed during the Great Depression will not be demolished, at least for the time being. More>>

Escaped sex convict back in custody in Cottonwood

Richard Hinman Richard Hinman

Richard Hinman, 51, was taken into custody without incident on Monday and transported to the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Jail to await extradition back to Montana. More>>

Animal cruelty charges to be filed against hoarder of 79 cats Video included


This coming Thursday, Maricopa County Animal Care and Control will offer up to the public most of the cats for adoption. The shelter will waive all fees and take care of spaying/or neutering the cat. More>>


Among this week's mug shots is a man accused of planning a break-in and robbery at a Phoenix-area home. More>>

Valley Veterans rally to support marijuana researcher

Sue Sisley Sue Sisley

She's the University of Arizona researcher making national news for her study on marijuana and its impact on veterans with post traumatic stress disorder. More>>


Supreme Court allows Arizona execution to proceed

Joseph Wood Joseph Wood

The court ruled in favor of the state of Arizona in the case of Joseph Wood, who was convicted of murder in the 1989 shooting deaths of his estranged girlfriend, Debra Dietz and her father, Eugene Dietz, in Tucson. More>>

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Research recalls on a new car before you buy


A Chandler man says an auto dealership sold him a brand new truck and never disclosed it had a recall on it. The consumer didn't know Arizona law does not require dealers to do so. More>>

1 dead in 1-vehicle rollover near Williams


The vehicle slid across both lanes of traffic, hit a large rock on the shoulder of the road, and rolled over, CCSO said. More>>

Boy, 13, hurt skateboarding in Scottsdale


A 13-year-old boy is in the hospital after he was hurt riding his skateboard in Scottsdale on Tuesday afternoon.

PD: Elderly woman sexually assaulted at Casa Grande home


A young man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting an elderly woman after breaking into her Casa Grande home. More>>


Reward offered in Phoenix elderly couple's murder Video included


Detectives have learned the Singers withdrew money from an ATM the Saturday night before their bodies were discovered. Police said the withdrawals happened separately, about 15 minutes apart. More>>

PD: 'High jump' robber hits 5 Phoenix-area banks

PD: 'High jump' robber hits five Phoenix-area banks PD: 'High jump' robber hits five Phoenix-area banks

The latest robbery happened July 15 at a Bank of America at 5065 E. Elliot Rd. in Ahwatukee. He began the heists on May 21, police said. More>>

Siblings sue Arizona candidate over trust money


A lawsuit filed by six siblings of Wil Cardon accuses the candidate for Arizona secretary of state of abusing family trust funds with spending on his unsuccessful U.S. Senate candidacy in 2012 and to support a lavish lifestyle. More>>

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