Hot Links: Rabies, Stabbings, and the Potty Pyro

Don't pet the fox with the foaming mouth: Since January 1, 59 animals in Arizona have tested positive for rabies, prompting officials to issue warnings to Arizonans to stay away from wild animals. So far, the rabid animals have exposed 29 domestic animals and seven people to the virus...Speaking of rabid, Jason Richardson scored a season-high 35 points to help the Phoenix Suns defeat the Washington Wizards 128-96 on Saturday night. Shaq scored 13 points in the game, putting him at number five on the NBA's list of all-time scorers...Mesa teenager Michael Frost was arrested yesterday for allegedly stabbing his uncle and his parents. Frost, 18, had reportedly been drinking before getting into an argument with his uncle. The victims had their injuries treated at a hospital...AZfamily.com reports that homelessness has risen 20 percent in the Valley, with more than 3,000 people sleeping on the Phoenix streets...Antonio J. Saenz, 21, was dropped off at a Valley hospital after being shot and kidnapped from a drive-thru liquor store on Friday. Saenz told police he doesn't know why he was kidnapped. He's expected to survive...Clorox is offering a cash reward and a year's worth of toilet cleaning supplies for tips that lead to the arrest of the notorious "portable potty pyromaniac," who's allegedly set more than two dozen toilets on fire at construction sites in San Francisco.

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