February

Blog Posts in February, 2010

Man Suffers Fatal Injuries After Pulling in Front of Bus

Mesa police have identified a man who may have intentionally swerved in front a moving bus. Robert J. Donahue, 54, died from the injuries he sustained after being hit by a city bus. According to Ed ...
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Accused of Kidnapping, Man Faces Multiple Charges

A Tucson man is facing multiple charges after he kidnapped an 11-year-old girl who was on her way to school. According to police, the girl and her 9-year-old sister were walking to school when they ...
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Pedestrian Critically Injured After Being Hit by Truck

A pedestrian who was struck by a pickup truck while crossing the street is now fighting to stay alive. Tiffani Nichols, 58, was crossing the street-not in a crosswalk-when a truck traveling on the ...
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City of Tucson Sued for Wrongful Death

A wrongful death trial is underway for a lawsuit filed against the city of Tucson for a drunk driving accident that left a teenager dead. The parents of 14-year-old Jose Rincon Jr. claim the city of ...
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AZ Lawmakers Want to Ban Texting While Driving

Arizona may soon adopt a new law that would prohibit drivers from reading, writing, or sending emails or text messages while driving on a state highway. It does not, however, prohibit talking on the ...
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State Senate Committee Approves Sexting Bill

Teens in Arizona may soon face criminal charges for "sexting," a term used to describe sharing explicit photos, videos, or chats through a text message or online. On Wednesday, a state ...
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Starbucks Issues Recall Over Glass Water Bottle

Last week the U.S. Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada announced that Starbucks Coffee Company has voluntarily recalled 11,000 glass water bottles in the United States and 1,200 water ...
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Woman Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Money From School Where She Worked

An Ahwatukee Foothills woman accused of embezzlement struck a plea deal that will spare her from going to jail. Laurie Bassett was charged with embezzling money from Dobson Academy, the Chandler ...
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