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  1. US journalist beheaded by ISIS militants taught in Phoenix

    James Foley worked as a teacher in the Valley. From 1996 to 1999, he taught through the Teach for America program at Lowell Elementary School in Phoenix. (8/20/2014)

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  2. Teen scout to hold food drive for Valley Food Bank

    A 15-year-old Desert Hills boy is on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout. For his Eagle Scout project, Jason Ritter has chosen to hold a food drive to help curb hunger in his community.  (08/20/2014)

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  3. APS: 1,100 without power in Scottsdale

    APS said the cause of the outage was not known but crews were responding to restore power to the 1,164 customers.

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  4. Are You Ready for "Ant Man"?


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  5. Tour Canyon Lake on Dolly Steamboat

    Dolly Steamboat operates out of Canyon Lake in the east Valley. There is a nature tour and they also have twilight tours. (08/20/2014)

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  6. 150 arrested in Valley sweep of 'Johns'

    Investigators and decoys from the Phoenix, Glendale, Chandler, Mesa and Tempe police departments were supported by the Phoenix FBI office.

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  7. RV park residents wait for drier day to start cleanup

    Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies were forced to evacuate the The River's Edge RV Park when water from torrential rains cascaded down hillsides and flowed across the desert.

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  8. Super Bowl XLIV countdown clock debuts at Sky Harbor

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton joined members of the The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee to unveil the state-of-the-art digital clock in Terminal 4.

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  9. Phoenix PD opens 2 probes in fatal police shooting

    Criminal and administrative investigations have been launched into last week's officer-involved fatal shooting of a mentally ill woman, Michelle Cusseaux, Phoenix Police Chief Daniel Garcia says.

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  10. MCSO: 30 miniature horses neglected, owner arrested

    The horses, owned by Heather Philips, 61, were suffering from poor medical care and severe neglect, Maricopa County sheriff's deputies said.

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