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CBS 5 Investigates: Arizona's Deadly Freeway


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Valley medium shares clues surrounding missing Isabel Celis


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'Armed and dangerous' suspects linked to car break-ins


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6 hurt in 3-car chain reaction crash on U.S. 60


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NV rancher Bundy in NYT: 'Are they better off as slaves?'


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Kingsport jailer allegedly finds loaded revolver in inmate’s body


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Avondale PD launches volunteer crime scene tech program


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