Category آریزونا سنترال

مرد می میرد در گمرک و حفاظت مرزی بازداشت در یوما

33 ساله از مکزیک درگذشت در گمرک و حفاظت مرزی بازداشت در یوما شنبه پس از ماموران مرزبانی در بر داشت او را مجروح آژانس یکشنبه اعلام کرد.

بخش گشت مرزی یوما عوامل گفت: آنها آمد در سراسر در 26 جولای در یک میدان باز در نزدیکی شهرستان خیابان 23 است که در نزدیکی مرز ایالات متحده و مکزیک با توجه به گمرک و حفاظت مرزی آزادی مطبوعات.

انتشار گوید که این مرد ادعا کرد که صدمات ناشی از افتادن مرز دیوار.

عوامل گشت مرزی “بلافاصله ارائ...

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مرد مظنون به سرقت مسلحانه دستگیر و در نزدیکی کانال در ققنوس

یک مرد مظنون به سرقت مسلحانه دستگیر شده بود در نزدیکی یک ققنوس کانال در روز یکشنبه کشته شده است.

پلیس در پاسخ به یک تماس برای سرقت مسلحانه و مرد در نزدیکی خیابان 16 و Osborn در جاده ها است. او در حال حاضر در بازداشت به گفته ققنوس اداره پلیس سخنگوی Sgt. مگی Cox.

این است که در حال توسعه داستان. بررسی برای به روز رسانی.

رسیدن به خبرنگار در [email protected] و یا در توییتر @alana_minkler.

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خوک آتش در نزدیکی روستای اوک کریک به 300 هکتار بسته عازم شمال خط من-17

یک برس آتش جنوب روستای بلوط نهر خاموش ایالتی 17 به نام خوک گسترش آتش سوزی به 300 هکتار بعد از ظهر یکشنبه و بسته یک عازم شمال خط من-17.

این آتش سوزی آغاز شده در قلم مو در نزدیکی عازم شمال خطوط I-17 شنبه شب و به سرعت به 300 هکتار ظهر روز یکشنبه با توجه به Coconino جنگل ملی در افغانستان ،

هیچ ساختار خانه ها و یا جوامع در معرض خطر بودند گفت: خدمات جنگل مقامات. علت در دست بررسی است.

دود شد تأثیر مناطق در Sedona Munds پارک و چوب پرچم جنگل خدمات توییتی...

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سه نفر مجروح در جنوب ققنوس تصادف در نزدیکی خیابان مرکزی Roeser جاده

سه نفر مجروح شدند پس از انتخابات گفت: دو خودرو سقوط کرد در جنوب ققنوس روز یکشنبه بعد از ظهر.

هر دو خودرو بودند به شدت آسیب دیده در این تصادف در نزدیکی خیابان مرکزی و Roeser جاده با توجه به Phoenix Fire Department کاپیتان تاد کلر. دو نفر گرفته شد به یک بیمارستان در شرایط جدی و سوم شخص حاضر مراقبت های پزشکی کلر گفت.

ققنوس اداره پلیس در حال بررسی برخورد اما سخنگوی Sgt. مارگارت کاکس گفت که باعث شد هنوز هم ناشناخته که از یکشنبه شب...

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Arizona reports 1,465 new COVID-19 cases and 18 deaths Sunday; hospital data improving

Hospitalizations continue gradual declines from their mid-July peaks, as Arizona reported another 1,465 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and 18 more known deaths.

Inpatient hospitalizations, ICU beds in use and ventilators in use all continued gradual downward trends on Saturday, according to hospital data reported to the state. But hospitals remain under high pressure, with many COVID-19 patients.

Identified cases rose to 178,467 and known deaths totaled 3,765, according to the daily report by the Arizona Department of Health Services. 

The 18 new known deaths reported Sunday represent the new deaths identified by the Arizona Department of Health Services that day, but many occurred days and weeks prior...

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After 4 arrests at Tucson protest, police chief asks: ‘Is this supposed to help the cause?’

The Tuscon police chief used Twitter to announce four arrests at a Saturday protest and question the motives of protesters who damage property or retaliate against police.

Chief Chris Magnus said protesters blocked traffic for hours on Saturday night and alleged that a Tucson police officer had been assaulted at the demonstration. KGUN reported that police said a man punched an officer.

Magnus attached photos of graffiti and toppled traffic barricades.

“Is this supposed to help the cause?” he tweeted Sunday morning. “I get it that it’s the minority of protesters who do this but the others seemed to ignore or celebrate this conduct last night.”

The protests in Tucson intensified last month after body-camera videos sho...

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Navajo Nation issues opposition letter to Little Colorado confluence dam project

The Navajo Nation, along with a committee of sheep and cattle ranchers in the Western Navajo Agency, issued formal letters opposing the latest proposal by a Phoenix developer to construct a series of hydroelectric dams along the Little Colorado River. 

“Here we go again,” said Rita Bilagody, spokesperson for a Navajo Nation grassroots organization Save the Confluence. She said she was outraged that the people who call the northwestern corner of the Navajo Nation home have to fight yet again to preserve their lands, waters and sacred places.

“This is another outside developer who professes to do all these things for us,” she said.” But it doesn’t benefit us, it’s for them.”

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Portion of Tempe Town Lake bridge damaged in train derailment detonated

Crews on Sunday detonated a 150-foot portion of a bridge over Tempe Town Lake, which was damaged in a train derailment last week. 

A series of horn blasts warned those nearby to clear the area minutes before the stretch of rail bridge was detonated. Debris from the crash days before and the subsequent clean-up was still seen nearby.

At about 8:15 a.m., a brief spark and a puff of black smoke was visible as the designated portion of the bridge collapsed to the ground underneath. A loud booming sound could be heard as the ground briefly shook. 

Tempe police said in a tweet that an inspection after the blast ensured all the charges went off successfully.

Officials described the detonation as a success at a media briefing a...

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Jorden Simms accused 2 officers of sexual assault. Then she died in police custody

Jorden Marie Simms spent last Christmas — her favorite holiday — behind bars. During a trip to the hospital the next day, she slipped out of several restraints and fell from a moving Graham County Sheriff’s Office vehicle. The 28-year-old laid shoeless in the middle of a Safford road with a puddle of blood around her half-shaved, half bleach-blonde head. 

Simms died Dec. 28, days after promising her mom she was going to improve her life. Authorities said she may have been suicidal. Her mother is skeptical, especially considering Simms had just accused a Safford Police Department officer and sheriff’s detention officer of sexual assault. 

“My gut won’t allow me to buy it; I’ve had really good luck with my gut instinct...

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Marvel-ous hospital gowns bring out the superhero in young patients

Anaiah Morales was standing close to the stove when a pot of chicken soup spilled, splattering her with scalding broth.

Anaiah, who’s 7, tried to be brave, but her grandmother, Consuela Garcia, of Glendale, cried.

“It’s OK, Nana,” Anaiah told her. “Don’t cry.”

Anaiah was admitted to the Arizona Burn Center, part of the Valleywise Health Medical Center, on July 13, with burns on her arm and leg. She faced surgery to put a skin graft over a burn that stretched four inches across the back of her right thigh.

Instead of a regular hospital gown, Anaiah chose from a selection that looked like superhero costumes: Captain America, Thor, Black Panther, Wakanda warriors, Spider-Man and Hulk.

Anaiah picked Spider-Man...

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