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Arizona Cardinals void season tickets for upcoming season amid COVID-19 outbreak

Arizona Cardinals void season tickets for upcoming season amid COVID-19 outbreak

Breaking NewsThe organization said in an email to season ticket holders that all previous season ticket sales have been voided and that credits remain on account.9:52 AM MST July 31, 2020PHOENIX — Fans of the Arizona Cardinals who have season tickets will not be able to use them at State Farm Stadium this season.The organization said in a Friday email to season ticket holders that all previous season ticket sales have been voided and that credits remain on account.The organization said for the regular season, "it is not clear at this point how many spectators – if any - will be permitted to...

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Man arrested for allegedly setting fire to the Arizona Democratic Party headquarters in Phoenix

Man arrested for allegedly setting fire to the Arizona Democratic Party headquarters in Phoenix

Breaking NewsPolice say 29-year-old Matthew Egler was a volunteer who was banned from the party offices.11:01 AM MST July 29, 2020PHOENIX — Phoenix police say they arrested a man in connection to the fire at the Arizona Democratic Party headquarters in Phoenix last Friday. 29-year-old Matthew Egler was arrested on Wednesday morning for arson. Police say Egler was a volunteer who was banned from the party offices.  The Phoenix Fire Department said firefighters were dispatched to the building near Central Avenue and Thomas Road around 1 a.m. on July 24 for reports of smoke coming from the...

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The Phoenix real estate market is hot, here's what buyers, sellers and homeowners should know

The Phoenix real estate market is hot, here's what buyers, sellers and homeowners should know

Breaking NewsA mix of low-interest rates and high rent is making Phoenix a hot real estate market right now.10:26 PM MST July 25, 2020A mix of low-interest rates and high rent is making Phoenix a hot real estate market right now.While it can be good for sellers, it’s tough on unprepared buyers.“It’s been a real challenge to say the least,” Carol McEvers said.McEvers is moving back to the Valley from Florida, and finding the home she’ll move into soon hasn’t been easy.“Each attempt it seems like you almost needed an advance notice to even get there with an offer before it’s under contract,”...

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'My marriage wasn't supposed to end like this': Valley woman survives, husband dies battling COVID-19

'My marriage wasn't supposed to end like this': Valley woman survives, husband dies battling COVID-19

Breaking NewsHours after Trisha Curby did an interview with 12 News about her husband's fight, she got the news that he passed away.10:25 PM MST July 27, 2020SURPRISE, Ariz. — A Valley woman is in mourning after the coronavirus tragically took her husband's life. The news of his death came as she faced a terrible choice for weeks - should she keep fighting to keep her husband alive or sign the paperwork that would take her husband off life support?“I love you, mama," said William Curby in a video he made for his wife, Trisha.Trisha shared the video of the love of her life with 12 News.“This...

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Family of Ahwatukee man shot, killed by Phoenix police wants officer fired

Family of Ahwatukee man shot, killed by Phoenix police wants officer fired

Breaking NewsIt comes after the department released graphic body camera footage from the night Ryan Whitaker was killed back on May 21.4:50 PM MST July 16, 2020PHOENIX — The family of an Ahwatukee man shot and killed by a Phoenix Police officer is calling for that officer to be fired.It comes after the department graphic body camera footage from the night Ryan Whitaker was killed back on May 21.The family stood outside Phoenix City Hall on Thursday carrying signs bearing Whitaker’s face asking for change.“Where is the accountability? Where is the justice?” Steven Whitaker, Ryan’s brother,...

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Son of Pinal County sheriff investigated for possible DUI crash that hospitalized bicyclist

Son of Pinal County sheriff investigated for possible DUI crash that hospitalized bicyclist

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has been asked to handle the investigation to avoid a conflict of interest.7:57 PM MST July 9, 2020PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. — The son of Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb is under investigation for a crash that severely injured a bicyclist. Police say Cooper Lamb, 20, was the driver of a car that collided into an adult bicyclist, and the victim was rushed to the hospital where he still remains, according to a statement from the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. The crash happened on Gary Road south of Judd Road in Pinal County around 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.Sheriff...

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Body cam footage shows aftermath of Scottsdale home invasion shooting

Body cam footage shows aftermath of Scottsdale home invasion shooting

The homeowner found Cameron Yoe, 18, naked in his six-year-old daughter's bedroom, according to Scottsdale Police, and shot him twice with his shotgun.10:28 PM MST July 13, 2020SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — 12 News has obtained body-worn camera video from a May shooting that left a teenager dead after he broke into a Scottsdale family's home, naked. The homeowner found Cameron Yoe, 18, naked in his six-year-old daughter's bedroom, according to Scottsdale Police, and shot him twice with his shotgun.The video shows officers arriving at the home and being met by the homeowner, who still had the shotgun...

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Phoenix using 'cool pavement' to try and lower temperatures

Phoenix using 'cool pavement' to try and lower temperatures

The City of Phoenix is testing a pilot program to try and lower temperatures around town. Team 12's Jen Wahl has the latest.5:07 AM MST July 13, 2020Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow

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Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb tests positive for coronavirus

Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb tests positive for coronavirus

coronavirusSheriff Mark Lamb said he found out he was positive for COVID-19 when he was called to the White House and screened for the virus. He says he's asymptomatic.PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. — Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb has tested positive for coronavirus, he said Wednesday in a statement posted to the sheriff's office Facebook page.Lamb said he held a campaign event on Saturday where he likely came in contact with someone who was infected.Lamb said he found out he tested positive when he was called to join President Donald Trump at the White House. When he was screened for the virus,...

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'I've run out of tears': Arizona man has lost 5 family members to COVID-19, calls for Gov. Ducey to take action

'I've run out of tears': Arizona man has lost 5 family members to COVID-19, calls for Gov. Ducey to take action

“How many more people got to die before he does something about it?" Ricardo Aguirre said.6:16 PM MST June 12, 2020PHOENIX — As Arizona has been experiencing a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases, a Valley man says his family has been especially impacted by the virus.“Very frustrating, very painful,” Ricardo Aguirre said.Aguirre says one family member after another has been infected.“Some people just don’t get it this is real. Five family members have died. Myself, my wife, my kids, my brothers, have all tested positive. How many more people have to die?” Aguirre said.He says the fight...

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Arizona secretary of state seeks to remove confederate monument at Capitol

Arizona secretary of state seeks to remove confederate monument at Capitol

"Removing this monument isn’t a choice to erase our history, it’s a choice to embrace our future," Katie Hobbs wrote in a tweet with the letter attached.11:20 AM MST June 8, 2020PHOENIX — Editor's Note: The above video is from 2017 when Arizona Democratic leaders called for the removal of a Confederate monument in Phoenix. Arizona's secretary of state has called for the removal of the Confederate monument in front of the Arizona State Capitol.Secretary Katie Hobbs wrote in a letter to Director of the Arizona Department of Administration Andy Tobin to remove the monument in Wesley Bolin...

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YouTuber Jake Paul charged in connection to looting incidents in Scottsdale

YouTuber Jake Paul charged in connection to looting incidents in Scottsdale

Scottsdale PD says the YouTube celebrity has been charged with criminal trespass and unlawful assembly.Credit:8:55 AM MST June 4, 2020SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — YouTube celebrity Jake Paul has been charged in connection to the looting incidents in Scottsdale that occurred on May 30.Several protests and demonstrations took place in downtown Phoenix on May 30 after the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. As they were going on, reports of looting near Scottsdale surfaced online.Hundreds of tips were sent to police after multiple videos of the vandalism at the Scottsdale Fashion Square showed YouTube...

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Pit bull and pig find new home together

Pit bull and pig find new home together

Their owner passed away and now, after days of searching for a new home, Penelope and Ruby have been adopted.5:26 PM MST June 4, 2020CAVE CREEK, Ariz. — What happens when a pit bull and a pig hang out for a while?They become best friends!“I don’t think they know they’re a pit bull and a pig. They just are sisters,” said Jessica Overlock.Penelope Rose – the potbelly pig - is laid back with the pink painted nails. Ruby Sue – the pit bull – is the big sister who just loves people.“They eat together. They go outside to play and go to the bathroom together,” said Overlock.Sadly, their owner...

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Ducey declares 8 p.m. curfew in Arizona for one week

Ducey declares 8 p.m. curfew in Arizona for one week

Breaking NewsGov. Doug Ducey is expanding National Guard mobilization throughout the state after he declared a state of emergency.1:15 PM MST May 31, 2020PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey issued a statewide declaration of emergency on Sunday. The curfew lasts from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. and is effective for one week. Ducey is also expanding National Guard mobilization throughout the state.As damage and violence continue across the country in the wake of the death of George Floyd, Phoenix leaders are anticipating a fourth night of unrest. Local leaders and law enforcement had requested that Gov. Doug...

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Pres. Trump: USDOT committing $100M to Valley Metro for light rail

Pres. Trump: USDOT committing $100M to Valley Metro for light rail

Breaking NewsPresident Donald Trump tweeted Thursday saying Valley Metro will get funding for 9 new light rail stations.3:04 PM MST May 28, 2020The president announced the Phoenix area would get funding for additional public transportation infrastructure Thursday.President Donald Trump's account sent a tweet saying, "Very exciting news for the Phoenix area—@USDOT is committing $100M to @valleymetro for a 5.5-mile light rail system with 9 new stations connecting underserved areas to churches, emergency services, and more!"The president may be referring to the 5.5 mile light rail extension...

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Video shows man on kayak chasing wild horses on Salt River

Video shows man on kayak chasing wild horses on Salt River

Salt River Wild Horse Management Group wants everyone to see how dangerous scaring the horses can be.5:12 PM MST May 25, 2020PHOENIX — The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group posted a video of a kayaker who chased a group of horses out of the Salt River."This was clear harassment to us because the horses were just standing there peacefully, harming no one. There was no reason for him to kayak towards the horses. He's actually doing extra effort to kayak up the river to scare the horses out of the river,” said Simone Netherlands, president of the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group, a...

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Silver Alert canceled after Phoenix 18-year-old found

Silver Alert canceled after Phoenix 18-year-old found

Breaking NewsThe Arizona Department of Public Safety said he was found Tuesday.Stay with 12 News and 12News.com for updates.2:00 PM MST May 18, 2020PHOENIX — Police have found an 18-year-old Phoenix man missing since May 12, the Arizona Department of Safety says. According to Phoenix PD, Jeremiah Frazier has a medical condition that may cause him to appear confused or disoriented.DPS issued a Silver Alert for Frazier on Monday after he went missing from the area of South 24th Street and East Broadway Road in Phoenix. The Silver Alert was canceled around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday after he was...

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Volunteers picking up pounds of trash left behind in Sedona

Volunteers picking up pounds of trash left behind in Sedona

Breaking NewsIt seems visitors have been leaving tons of debris up in Sedona in the Beaver Creek area.6:26 PM MST May 24, 2020SEDONA, Ariz. — As you head to the High Country this summer to enjoy cooler temps, outdoor enthusiasts like Jason Danoff with Trail Lovers Excursions hope adventurers will clean up after themselves. "Really shocking to see just how much, and just how closely it's getting to the water," he told 12 News.Danoff says there's no excuse for the amount of trash they've been finding scattered in Sedona's recreational areas and in Beaver Creek. "The toilet paper and the...

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Tempe family saved baby fox that followed them home

Tempe family saved baby fox that followed them home

Breaking NewsSouthwest Wildlife came in to take "Foxy" as the kids affectionately named the animal, to their care center.8:34 PM MST May 19, 2020TEMPE, Ariz — Maybe Dr. Seuss said it best when he wrote "Fox in Socks," but one Tempe family saved a fox in a box. The Caballero family regularly walks their terrier mix Olive, but recently they had some company along for the stroll."It was funny because the fox thought our dog was the mom," 5-year-old Dylan said.Dylan, her brother Preston and their grandma Rosalyn Caballero came to the rescue of a 6-week-old fox."It was really small and it was a...

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