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Buckeye Police Report Woman Killed In Stabbing, Boyfriend In Custody [UPDATED]

Buckeye police say a woman has died after being stabbed Monday night.   Buckeye police said the stabbing happened just before 8 p.m. near McDowell Road and Verrado Way. A police spokesman said the stabbing was the result of a domestic violence incident. Police say the couple was arguing when the woman’s boyfriend grabbed a […]

Baby dies after bathtub incident

Police are investigating the death of a 1-year-old after the infant was found in a bathtub in Buckeye. According to the Buckeye Police Department, the boy was taken to a hospital where he later died. The baby was found in a bathtub at a house near 27th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road. The incident happened […]

Interstate 10 west of Phoenix reopens after Rollover crash injures 3

Westbound Interstate 10 at Verrado Way west of Phoenix has reopened following a rollover crash that sent three people to the hospital, officials said. Only one vehicle was involved in the crash that sent all three of its occupants to the hospital, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The extent of their injuries […]

Another Arizona prison inmate death investigated as homicide

A Second Arizona prison inmate death investigated as homicide The Arizona Department of Corrections is investigating the death of an inmate as a suspected homicide. Jeffrey T. Jensen, 37, died Monday at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, where he had been undergoing treatment for head injuries he received at Arizona State Prison […]

You may need to reschedule if you are flying next week

Those traveling to or from Phoenix during the hottest afternoon hours next week may want to consider rescheduling their flights.   American Airlines is offering to help – for free. Airline officials in a news release Saturday recommended customers reschedule flights that will arrive or depart Sky Harbor International Airport between 3-6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday […]

Check the heat risk in your part of the Valley

The National Weather Service is working to prepare Valley residents for the first string of dangerous heat this year.     The organization’s HeatRisk map forecasts the heat risk potential for specific parts of the Valley over the upcoming seven days. The heat risk is given a number from 0 to 4, as well as a color […]

18-month-old girl pulled from pool and airlifted in critical condition

An 18-month-old girl is hospitalized after being pulled from a Buckeye pool. The Buckeye Fire Department responded to a home Miller and Lower Buckeye roads around 7:15 p.m. Saturday after receiving reports about a possible drowning. According to a fire spokesperson, the infant was in the pool for an unknown amount of time after falling […]

Buckeye police officers cleared in shooting case of William Ferguson

A review board of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has cleared two Buckeye police officers in a shooting case last year. Buckeye police on Thursday released body camera footage of the June 25 shootout with a heavily armed man who eventually killed himself. The footage had been withheld until the county attorney’s office completed its […]

Truck Driver Shot In Buckeye Changes His Story

  A male truck driver sustained a gunshot wound to his lower left leg in Buckeye early Friday morning, according to Department of Public Safety. DPS and Buckeye police investigated the scene near Market Street and Verrado Way. Initial reports indicated he was shot while driving on Interstate 10. However, after investigating, it is unclear […]

Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom 2017 pays tribute to those who served

The sound of Memorial Day weekend in Washington, D.C. Hundreds of thousands of bikers from across the country revved their engines, Sunday, for the annual Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom. And cheering them on, hundreds of spectators… some of whom had served… many others paying tribute to veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice. Organizers and […]

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