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A series of close calls and years of speeding have finally been enough for one Ahwatukee Foothills neighborhood. A group of neighbors living along the eastern portion of Kachina Drive are working together to get speed humps placed on their street.
A one-time Salt Lake City resident sought in the fatal shooting of an armored truck courier in Ahwatukee Foothills could be taking advantage of philanthropic Mormon church members, the FBI’s lead agent on the case said.
Riley loves to stare right back at you, as if to say, “Hello, would you please rub my belly?” Yes, belly rubs are one of Riley’s favorite things. In addition to being handsome, Riley has excellent leash manners, rides well in the car, gets along with other dogs, and is a pretty mellow fellow. Once outside, Riley is happy to explore the yard, rolling on the grass, and looking for all the bugs and lizards that might be visiting. But once he’s had his exercise he’s content to lay on a dog bed or next to you on the sofa.
When asked what piqued their interest about Pomegranate Cafe’s monthly movie nights, Patty Immekus was quick to tell an anecdote about her friend Karen DeDonato, sitting next to her at a small table painted magenta.
Arizona courts cannot order stores that post the wrong prices on items offered for sale to surrender their wrongfully obtained profits, the state Supreme Court ruled last week.
Tom Loegering took eight-and-half days to travel through 49 states on his motorcycle. Then he turned around and made the trip again. Loegering, the chief executive officer of Sun City Country Club and a member of the Recreation Centers of Sun City board or directors, is the first member of the Iron Butt Association, a long distance motorcycle rider club, to make the trip back to back.
A big thank you to all who participated in the Mountain Park Ranch HOA (MPRHOA) 14th Annual Fourth of July Parade. We want to thank the city of Phoenix for providing police and fire department personnel, the Arizona Rangers who came out to support us, MPRHOA homeowner Andy Hayes for chairing the event, Mike Opich for use of his BMW convertible, sponsors Loco Patron, Outback Steakhouse, Spinato's Pizza, Keller Williams/Fitch Group, Yoasis Yogurt and Native New Yorker for donations and prizes for the kids.
Phoenix firefighters quickly extinguished a garage fire Thursday afternoon after a quick thinking neighbor alerted the homeowners to the fire.
In this 1999 photo, Detective Kathy Galbari looks over the blood-stained hood of a BMW at the murder scene in the Sonoran Apartment complex, located on S. 48th Street between E. Ray Road and E. Warner Road.
Some call it the AMC murder. Some call it the armored car murder.
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