July 24, 2024

Here are the biggest Arizona stories from Jan. 14-15

Here are the biggest Arizona stories from Jan. 14-15

PHOENIX — Storms brought rain to the Valley and snow to the high country, two inmates we transported from the Towers Jail in Phoenix on Friday for a possible overdose and citizens are wanting to money in by renting areas all through the Tremendous Bowl.

Here are some of the biggest tales that headlined the Arizona news cycle about the weekend.


Roads close about Arizona as storms pummel substantial country, Valley

For the second time in the new calendar year, the Valley and a lot of the substantial nation have been pounded with rain and snow, respectively, causing highway closures about the condition.

Flagstaff Airport recorded 17.4 inches of snow as of 12 p.m. Sunday though Arizona Snowbowl recorded in excess of 15 inches of snow right away, in accordance to the National Weather conditions Support of Flagstaff.

“We have 200 snowplows statewide that are working close to the clock to get the streets apparent,” ADOT spokesman David Woodfill explained.


2 inmates transported from Towers Jail in Phoenix soon after possible overdose

Two inmates we transported from the Towers Jail in Phoenix on Friday for a attainable overdose, in accordance to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Business office.

Phoenix Fireplace Section crews responded to the jail immediately after receiving a report that two male inmates experienced taken an unidentified material. The inmates had been taken to a healthcare facility for analysis. They had been respiratory and notify upon their departure from the jail.

Each ended up cleared by healthcare staff and have been transported back to the Towers Jail.


Valley inhabitants cashing in on Tremendous Bowl by leasing out areas

Super Bowl LVII at Point out Farm Stadium in Glendale will deliver droves of website visitors to the Valley in February, placing up a exceptional option for residents wanting to make funds by renting their households or rooms in their homes with companies like Airbnb or Vrbo.

The massive match is set for Feb. 12, the very same day as the remaining spherical of the WM Phoenix Open up in Scottsdale, and motels are filling up.

“How major is your household? How huge is your area? The place is it? Due to the fact all those are heading to be the huge determiners,” Jason Morris, a serious estate attorney with Wither Morris PLC, told KTAR 92.3 FM’s Arizona’s Night Information on Friday. “We’re seeing person rooms wherever from $100 to $150 to mega mansions you can choose from $35,000 to $50,000 for the night. Is dependent on your appetite.”


Department of Electricity helicopters to check Glendale radiation forward of Super Bowl LVII

The U.S. Section of Energy’s Countrywide Nuclear Stability Administration will evaluate track record radiation Sunday-Wednesday working with reduced-traveling helicopters in excess of Glendale.

The Nuclear Emergency Help Team’s aircraft will make the security inspections in planning for Tremendous Bowl LVII, which will be played at Point out Farm Stadium on Feb. 12, the Department of Strength said in a press release.

The Bell 412 helicopters with radiation sensors will fly on a grid sample at 150 feet over the ground or increased at 80 mph. These flights will only come about through daylight several hours and are prepared to just take two hours to comprehensive per monitored area.


Accused Arizona meth smuggler, 19, faces probability of life in prison

A younger Arizona person faces the chance of existence in prison for allegedly attempting to smuggle about 175 kilos of methamphetamine across the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities claimed Friday.

On Jan. 3, a federal grand jury indicted 19-12 months-previous Isrrael Millan of San Luis on costs of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and importation of methamphetamine, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona said in a push launch.

The optimum penalty for each individual offense is life in jail and a $10 million high-quality, according to the launch.

Here are the biggest Arizona stories from Jan. 14-15

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