Hot Links: Testicle Lawsuit, State Park Openings, and Gunfight at the OK Corral

A Scottsdale couple is accused of abusing their 4-month-old daughter. Police say that Zachary Wilson, 21, and his baby mama, 18-year-old Latovia Jones, abused the child and that Wilson admittedly used to quiet the baby by placing her face down on a bed and forcefully pushing down on her back... A Tucson man is suing University Physicians Healthcare over the removal of one of his testicles. Kenneth Irby claims that before a biopsy he was told his testicle would only be removed if it was cancerous. Irby says, when he woke up, he was short one testicle and he found out in a follow-up appointment that the removed testicle was cancer-free...The Arizona State Parks Board voted yesterday to reopen two state parks. Lyman Lake and Tubac Presidio will reopen in May, but the board warns that if state funding continues to be cut, the parks may not be able to remain open...

Bisbee court officials found the 125-year-old coroner's inquest into the gunfight at the OK Corral in 1881. The documents were discovered in an old jail storage room outside of Tombstone. State archivists plan to restore and digitize the documents, which could show up on the Internet as early as next week...Phoenix police arrested the man they believe is responsible for murdering a man and leaving his body at a Phoenix apartment complex last month. Police say 26-year-old Rudy Soriano murdered 32-year-old Rodolpho Yurralde and used a shopping cart to move his body to the apartment complex. Soriano was seen by witnesses when the cart tipped over and the body was revealed. Soriano was released from prison in June after serving three years for aggravated assault and auto theft...A mini-van and a semi-truck crashed yesterday, causing an explosion at Ray and Alma School roads in Chandler yesterday. Police say the explosion occurred after the semi ran over an SRP box, breaking one of its fuel tanks. The explosion caused a widespread power outage.

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