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The Scottsdale city council voted to terminate the contract of City Attorney Deborah Robberson, effective Friday. Robberson became City Attorney in 2005, after serving as the city's deputy attorney for five years...Two wildfires are burning in the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona, but firefighters say the fires are good for forest health, and are letting them burn after establishing perimeters...A family in Maryvale is lucky to be alive after a man shot up their house, with their kids inside. The man, described as a Hispanic male in his early 20s with no facial hair, came to the door and asked for "Michael." When told nobody named Michael lived there, the suspect started shooting at the house. Thankfully, no one was injured...Scottsdale-based company GoDaddy.com has agreed to be the marquee sponsor for a mixed-martial arts match in Anaheim, CA next month. Sponsorship includes GoDaddy Ring Girls, logo placement in the ring, and several in-match promos...Eight years after his wife and children were murdered and his home destroyed in an explosion, prime suspect Robert Fisher is still on the run. Fisher, now on the FBI's Most Wanted List, is believed by many to still be alive somewhere...More than 900 boxes of coffee have been seized by authorities in Malaysia. The coffee contained Viagra, and was advertised as an energy booster.

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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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