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A toddler missing since yesterday morning has been found and is okay, according to Mesa police. Police have not said whether or not they've located the man they believe abducted the boy, Michael Spurgeon...The Valley surgeon who operated on Phoenix Suns player Amar'e Stoudmire's eye says his recuperation could take months and he will not be able to participate in the playoffs, should the Suns make the cut...ICE agents arrested Mexican citizen Luis Ordaz-Garcia on charges of the unlawful possession of ammunition. Ordaz-Garcia is also wanted in Mexico for questioning about a 2007 murder in Oaxaca...Police are still looking for Adrian Cruz, the convicted sex offender who escaped from MCSO custody on February 18. Deputy Doug Matteson says Cruz's sexual orientation may have changed while he was incarcerated, and that Cruz "wants to get his sexual appetite fed any way he can." America's Most Wanted plans to profile Cruz's case on a March 7 broadcast...Team officials disclose that the Phoenix Coyotes have paid their back rent to Arena in full, sending wire-transfers just days after local media outlets reported the team's delinquency...Evan Williams, co-founder of micro-blogging site Twitter, is headed to a summit at the White House today to discuss the economy. Williams posted an update on Twitter saying his invite must mean the government is "*really* out of ideas."

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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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