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Watch The Iconic Glory Hole In Action

For the first time in almost a decade, the water at Lake Berryessa rose high enough to drain into a massive vertical spillway, better known as an open bell-mouth. Its official name is the “Morning Glory” spillway, but most locals and tourists refer to it as the “Glory Hole.” The diameter of the drain is […]

New lawsuit targets alleged telemarketing & Do Not Call violations

New lawsuit targets alleged telemarketing & ‘Do Not Call’ violations. Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Wednesday that his office filed an Arizona Consumer Fraud lawsuit against Adobe Carpet Cleaning, LLC, a Phoenix-based business. According to the AG’s office, Adobe Carpet Cleaning allegedly made telemarketing calls to consumers on the National Do Not Call Registry. The […]

Toyota adds 543,000 vehicles to takata airbag recall

Toyota adds to Takata airbag recall Toyota Motor Corp. says it is recalling another 543,000 vehicles in the U.S. for defective front passenger air bag inflators made by Japan’s Takata Corp. Takata is at the center of a massive recall of inflators that can explode in a crash, spewing metal shrapnel inside the vehicles. Toyota […]

4th Annual Dog Days of Buckeye

The 4th Annual Dog Days of Buckeye is sponsored by Abrazo West Campus. This free event includes Adoptions, Dog Sitting, Doggie Day Care, Phoenix Disc Dog demonstrations, Zen K-9 Lure Agility Course, Buckeye Police Department K-9 demonstrations and the 8th Annual Chihuahua (and Chihuahua mixed) Races. New for 2017 a Fashion and Rescue Runway Show […]

Buckeye Community Services Quarter Auction

The Buckeye Community Services Department presents the Quarter Auction, Febuary 24th. A cross between an auction and raffle, it’s fun for the entire family.  Items presented are from home-based business vendors and are auctioned off for 1 to 2 quarters per item. Admission ticket is $3.00. Ticket includes 1 bidding paddle, refreshments and raffle ticket. […]

Deadline to take down holiday decorations in Peoria

Deadline looming to take down holiday decorations in Peoria If you live in Peoria, you have until Jan. 13, 2017, to take down your holiday decorations. Taking down the 40,000 plus lights, and more takes time. Still, she doesn’t mind the ordinance and makes sure to take all her actual Christmas lights down about a […]

Vice President Joe Biden to President-elect Trump: ‘Grow up’

Vice President Joe Biden told President-elect Donald Trump Thursday to “grow up.” The vice president told “PBS NewsHour” in an interview that it’s time for Trump “to be an adult. ” The vice president also said that Trump as president will have to propose legislation that Congress and the public can then assess. He said […]

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is searching for home invasion suspects

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two home invasion suspects armed with a pistol in the Litchfield Park area. According to MCSO, a woman said that two people with a pistol went into her home near Litchfield and Camelback roads and robbed her at gunpoint Monday. No suspect description has been given, and […]

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