Truck driver Brian Knoll was under the influence of pain medication and showed no remorse after causing a deadly five-car freeway crash Wednesday morning, officials say. Knoll's Freightliner -- fully loaded with a trailer full of pavers -- was traveling north on Interstate 17 about 6:45 a.m. when i ... More >>
A husband and wife in each sustained numerous stab wounds during a domestic dispute in Avondale yesterday. When police arrived on the scene, they heard screaming and a woman crying for help from inside the house. They forced entry and found the wife with numerous stab wounds on her body. The ... More >>
A fire broke out at the Boeing plant in Mesa early this morning. The fire, believed to be caused by a generator, was quickly contained by firefighters and a sprinkler system. No injuries were reported...The Phoenix Fire Department may be cutting some programs to avoid laying off firefighters. The ... More >>
Two scientists at Arizona State University's polytechnic campus may have found a slimy green alternative to the world's oil crisis: Algae. No joke. Scientists Qiang Hu and Milton Sommerfeld can convert algae into jet fuel -- a discovery that may just land them a World Technology Award tomorrow. ... More >>
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