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Two juveniles were arrested by Phoenix police for allegedly shooting at traffic signs and speed enforcement cameras with BB guns. DPS officers stopped a black Volvo after reports of shots fired on eastbound Interstate 10 and took a male and a female into custody. There were reportedly five juveniles in the vehicle...Phoenix Suns center Robin Lopez must undergo surgery on a broken left foot, and is expected to miss six to eight weeks of basketball while he recovers. Lopez suffered the injury during the second half of the Suns' intrasquad scrimmage in San Diego on Saturday...A judge in New York has declined a request by Scottsdale-based cryonics organization Alcor to block the release of a book about baseball legend Ted Williams. The book was written by a former Alcor executive and alleges that Alcor employees abused Williams' frozen head...Maricopa County High School was burglarized Sunday evening, when someone entered the main office building and stole electronics from a locked drawer. The burglary was the eighth such incident at the high school since it opened in April, 2008...

A Phoenix baby is alive after going without oxygen for 20 minutes, thanks to a new high-tech tool that reduces brain temperature. The baby's mother suffered an apparent stroke during delivery and died en route to the hospital. An emergency cesarean section was performed and the baby was taken to Phoenix Children's Hospital before being released to her father. Denver-based retailer XP Events owes the Arizona Diamondbacks almost $400,000, according to documents connected with the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Among the other 23 creditors XP owes are Bank of America, the Charlotte Bobcats, and Time Warner Cable Arena. Diamondbacks President Derrick Hall said the team could not comment on the situation because of contractual confidentiality provisions.   

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