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A Mesa City Council member serving his first term was cited by Tempe police early Sunday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.

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Dobson High School in Mesa was locked down Tuesday as a precaution while Chandler police arrested a suspect in a shooting that slightly injured a 4-year-old girl who was sitting in a barbershop at a Chandler strip mall on Monday.

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Gilbert police and fire investigators are appealing to the public for tips that would help them identify and interview a young man who was seen near the scene of the spectacular Via Sorento condominium fire on Saturday night.

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A three-car crash in Chandler on Sunday afternoon injured 10 and sent 8 to the hospital.

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Hours after authorities began receiving reports of a motorist traveling the wrong way and shooting at passing cars and law enforcement,  a suspect has been taken into custody, according to Department of Public Safety Public Information Officer Damon Cecil.

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The Gilbert Fire Department and Gilbert Police Department, in consultation with ATF Criminal Profilers at the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the individual who intentionally set fire to the Union Pacific Railroad bridge on Aug. 15. 

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A routine patrol turned out to be anything but for two Tempe police officers.

On Wednesday, just after midnight, Officer Michelle Calendar was driving near Apache Boulevard and Oak Street when she spotted a small kitten running across the road.

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March marks National Criminal Justice Month, an annual recognition about the causes and consequences of crime. First observed in 2009, National Criminal Justice Month also focuses on the importance of effective countermeasures that ensure the safety of our communities where we live, work and play.

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Jan. 22 was a sick day for 10-year-old Lyndsey Emmett, as the Gilbert girl was stuck at home along with her 3-year-old sister, Molly. She heard a pop at around 12:40 p.m. coming from the bathroom, and the sound came with the sight of fire that began to expand bit by bit.

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Twenty-eight years is a long time to spend in one organization. But with that time comes its benefits, primarily, an understanding of how the organization works and the culture upon which that organization is built.

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TEMPE, AZ - Police have arrested four teenagers accused of going on an early-morning crime spree that spread throughout the Valley and involved everything from drive-by shootings to theft and DUI.

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