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Animal abuse charges dropped against Gilbert boarding facility — PHOENIX -- All animal cruelty charges have been dropped against the four defendants from the Green Acre boarding facility, where 21 dogs died last June. Prosecutors are moving to dismiss without prejudice the animal cruelty counts, but are leaving one fraud count against kennel owners Jesse and Maleisa Hughes, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery announced on Monday.

Cottonwood man recovering after accidental shooting — PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) -- Authorities say a Cottonwood man is recovering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Prescott Valley Police responded to a fast-food restaurant about 9 a.m. Monday about the accidental shooting. The man told police he was in a bathroom and his .32-caliber handgun fell out of his pocket onto the floor and fired one round into his leg.
Dec 22, 2014

Few speak up forcefully enough for the right to drop your guns & shoot yourself in the crapper of a fast food joint.…

Dec 22, 2014

Cottonwood (AZ) man recovering after accidental shooting… Latest in the constant parade of bathroom #GunFAIL

Bear found running through East Valley field — QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. -- A bear was found in an East Valley field on Monday morning. It was spotted by someone who called emergency officials just before 7 a.m. according to Joaquin Enriquez with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. The field is near Signal Butte and Pecos roads.

Become an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. with your favorite Marvel superheroes — SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The Marvel Experience at Salt River Fields is supposed to be unlike anything you've ever seen before. The complex covers 150,000 square feet and features seven separate interconnected air-inflated dome structures, with the largest dome towering over six stories high. It's the world's first hyper-reality tour with all your favorite Marvel Comic superheroes.

3OYS consumer warning: 'Grandparent scam' alive and well — PHOENIX -- It's called the "grandparent scam," and scammers are getting away with millions of dollars thanks to the generosity of our senior citizens. "This is Jenaevia, she's now 21, and my youngest, Jada," Nakisha Anthony said as she showed 3 On Your Side photos of her two daughters.
Dec 20, 2014

3OYS consumer warning: 'Grandparent scam' alive and well (Sent from 3TV Phoenix News)…