Hot Links: Cliff Diving Death, Mike Tyson, and Holy Skittles

A 16 year-old boy is dead after diving from a cliff into Lake Pleasant. The Maricopa County Sheriff's office has recovered the body, and believes another diver may have landed on top of the teen once he was in the water...Former boxing champion and Phoenix resident Mike Tyson's daughter is on life support after she was found with her neck caught in a cord of a treadmill machine. The 4 year-old girl was found by her brother, and is said to be in extremely critical condition...A Valley man claims he found an image of the Virgin Mary on a red Skittle, and plans to sell the piece of candy on eBay. Previous food items containing supposed images of religious icons -- such as tortillas bearing a resemblance of Jesus -- have sold well on the Internet, which begs the question: what color M&M would Jesus be?...Gabrielle Schoeneweis, the wife of Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Scott Schoeneweis, was laid to rest Monday morning in Scottsdale. She was found dead in the couple's Fountain Hills home on Wednesday. D-backs manager A.J. Hinch said the team has received little information about her death, although the medical examiner was said to have performed an autopsy...Scottsdale nightclub Sugar Daddy's has quietly closed down because of the recession. It's the latest Valley club casualty in a series of shut-downs that also saw The Pink Taco restaurant in Scottsdale and the Fox Sports Grill in Glendale close their doors. Sugar Daddy's space on Scottsdale road is now vacant.

Teen Dead in Lake Pleasant Dive Accident

Police: Mike Tyson's daughter on life support






































Man Sees Virgin Mary In Skittle





















Wife of Diamondbacks pitcher Schoeneweis laid to rest

Popular Valley nightclub shuts down because of recession









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Niki D'Andrea has covered subjects including drug culture, women's basketball, pirate radio stations, Scottsdale staycations, and fine wine. She has worked at both New Times and Phoenix Magazine, and is now a freelancer.
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