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FACT CHECK: Did 3 U.S. presidents deport 15 million undocumented immigrants?

FACT CHECK: Did 3 U.S. presidents deport 15 million undocumented immigrants?
abc15.com — An e-mail has resurfaced in inboxes across the country as of late -- including our newsroom -- claiming three U.S. presidents deported millions of undocumented immigrants. . Arizona's source for breaking news, weather, traffic, sports, investigations and Smart Shopper reports. Share your news tips, photos and video: share@abc15.com

Spread healing and hope, donate to the ABC15 Telethon benefiting Phoenix Children's Hospital

Spread healing and hope, donate to the ABC15 Telethon benefiting Phoenix Children's Hospital
abc15.com — You can be a "Hero for Hope" without leaving the comfort of your own home when you donate to the ABC15 Telethon benefiting Phoenix Children's Hospital. . Arizona's source for breaking news, weather, traffic, sports, investigations and Smart Shopper reports. Share your news tips, photos and video: share@abc15.com

Sources: Donald Trump rally in Phoenix in the works

Sources: Donald Trump rally in Phoenix in the works
abc15.com — PHOENIX - ABC15 has learned plans are in the works to bring Donald Trump back to the Valley for a rally this weekend. Sources familiar with the campaign plans say Trump would likely fly into the Valley Friday night and hold a rally in a large venue on Saturday at noon.

Phoenix firefighters step in to help family devastated by loss

Phoenix firefighters step in to help family devastated by loss
abc15.com — PHOENIX - As Tyler Dobbins prepares to return home to North Carolina, he is surrounded by a new family. They're people he barely knew just three weeks ago: Phoenix firefighters who went above and beyond the call of duty to help a family in need.

Mesa women live and dine by 'Bachelor' drama

Mesa women live and dine by 'Bachelor' drama
abc15.com — MESA, AZ - When it's hardcore drama, there must be hardcore celebration. At a home in Mesa on any given Monday night, you will find "The Girls." That's the name these Bachelor Nation ambassadors have given themselves as they assemble to wine and wager periodically over the course "the most dramatic season of the Bachelor ever."

Protecting your kids around the holidays - Ahwatukee Foothills News: 2015

Protecting your kids around the holidays - Ahwatukee Foothills News: 2015
eastvalleytribune.com — It seems every day we're doing stories about child predators. I'll be honest with you, I believe kids are growing up in a different world. My mom and dad didn't think twice about having me walk to school alone as a second-grader. Now, it hardly seems responsible to let them go anywhere by themselves.

Protecting your kids around the holidays - East Valley Tribune: Life

Protecting your kids around the holidays - East Valley Tribune: Life
eastvalleytribune.com — It seems every day we're doing stories about child predators. I'll be honest with you, I believe kids are growing up in a different world. My mom and dad didn't think twice about having me walk to school alone as a second-grader. Now, it hardly seems responsible to let them go anywhere by themselves.

Protecting your kids around the holidays - Ahwatukee Foothills News: Holly

Protecting your kids around the holidays - Ahwatukee Foothills News: Holly
ahwatukee.com — It doesn't seem that long ago that I was holding his hand and walking him across the parking lot, always trying to keep him under a watchful eye. If you have a young son or daughter yourself, you've probably experienced that terrifying moment in a store.

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy frustrated by first round at U.S. Open

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy frustrated by first round at U.S. Open
seattletimes.com — His stumbling start in the year's second major championship continued a run of recent struggles that included two missed cuts on the European Tour at the end of May.

ABC15's Steve Irvin goes one-on-one with Phoenix Police Chief Joseph Yahner

ABC15's Steve Irvin goes one-on-one with Phoenix Police Chief Joseph Yahner
abc15.com — PHOENIX - If there are hard feelings, Joe Yahner doesn't show it. Two and a half years ago, Yahner, a 30 year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department, finally had a chance to be its chief. He had already headed the department for a year and a half as its interim chief, and he had been in charge of daily operations since 2009.
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May 05, 2016

Someone once asked me, do you fear flying? Me: not unless the pilot does. @abc15 at 6... one airline where pilots DO fear it.

May 05, 2016

Beastiality a growing crime in the valley. Jodi Arias could be planning a prison wedding. These two stories are not related @abc15 at 5

May 05, 2016

His yearbook prank made national headlines... now he's breaking his silence to @abc15... tonight at 10.

May 04, 2016

A huge backlog of abuse and neglect cases... So what's DCS doing? Pizza Party... and not for the kids... on @abc15 news at 6

May 04, 2016

Freeway of LOVE. Described as "Awesome." Why it left an awesome mess on a valley freeway on #ABC15 at 5.

May 04, 2016

Is it hot? We're going to say it is. Has it been hotter? Yes. Is it "hot" for AZ? Meh.... let the debate begin on @abc15 at 5

May 04, 2016

Should you get "paw-ternity" leave to care for your pets? Some companies are going there.. on @abc15 at 10

May 03, 2016

RT @CMejiaNews: #BREAKING: @phoenixpolice searching for driver who hit, dragged officer near 35th Ave and Bell Road. #abc15 pic.twitter.com/Z3leeiM8wHeeiM8wH

May 03, 2016

RT @ArizonaDOT: The ramps from I-10 to SR 83 are closed because of a serious crash.

May 03, 2016

@jennaisntabird @Dbacks 9.8.... I'd give you a 10, but some of that ice cream is going to melt, and you need a koozie on that beer.


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