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Two people were injured in a medical helicopter crash on the San Carlos Indian reservation last night. The pilot of the Eurocopter AS 350 lost control while trying to land at San Carlos' Cutter airport. It was a training flight, and no patients were on board. Both occupants of the helicopter were taken to the hospital with serious injuries...The PGA Tour Frys.com Open will leave Scottsdale in 2010. The popular golf tournament was held at the Grayhawk Golf Club for the past three years, but officials announced yesterday that the tournament will move to the CordeValle in San Martin, California...

Mesa police confronted speed-camera protesters on West Baseline Road last night. The protesters were wearing masks and posting signs that read "theft" and "fraud." After a debate, officers let the protesters hang the signs, but took them down shortly thereafter...Valley boxing coach Isaac Aragon, who worked at the Phoenix Boys' Club, has reportedly died of the swine flu. A former boxer himself, Aragon spent more than 30 years coaching and boxing at the club...The first H&M clothing store in Arizona opens today in Scottsdale. Located at the Scottsdale Quarter center near Scottsdale Road and Greenway, the store opens its doors at noon. 

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