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    GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — “Empire” actor Bryshere Gray has been arrested in Arizona on accusations of abusing his wife, police said. The Goodyear Police Department said 26-year-old Bryshere Gray was booked into jail Saturday, KPNX-TV reported. The woman had visible injuries when she flagged someone down to ask for help near Grays home in the Phoenix suburb of Goodyear, saying her husband had assaulted her, police said. She told emergency responders that Gray had strangled her, and she was taken...
    GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — “Empire” actor Bryshere Gray has been arrested in Arizona on accusations of abusing his wife, police said. The Goodyear Police Department said 26-year-old Bryshere Gray was booked into jail Saturday, KPNX-TV reported. The woman had visible injuries when she flagged someone down to ask for help near Gray’s home in the Phoenix suburb of Goodyear, saying her husband had assaulted her, police said. She told emergency responders that Gray had strangled her, and she was taken...
    GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — “Empire” actor Bryshere Gray has been arrested in Arizona on accusations of abusing his wife, police said. The Goodyear Police Department said 26-year-old Bryshere Gray was booked into jail Saturday, KPNX-TV reported. The woman had visible injuries when she flagged someone down to ask for help near Gray’s home in the Phoenix suburb of Goodyear, saying her husband had assaulted her, police said. She told emergency responders that Gray had strangled her, and she was taken...
    LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — Sunlight-absorbing particles in wildfire smoke may contribute less to warming temperatures than previously thought, according to the findings of a Los Alamos National Laboratory-led research team. The researchers in a paper released in a scientific journal last week reported that as the plume mixes with clean air, its absorbing power and warming effects are reduced. The focus was on smoke from a wildfire that charred nearly 194 square miles (502 square kilometers) in Arizona last...
    Democrat Sen. challenger Mark Kelly is campaigning on background checks and gun seizures as he tries to unseat pro-Second Amendment Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ). Kelly’s wife, Gabby Giffords, was shot by an attacker in Tucson on January 8, 2011. That attacker acquired his gun via a background check, yet Kelly is campaigning to expand the point-of-sale opportunities to conduct background checks, with his campaign website suggesting such checks “keep kids and communities safer.” Again, his wife’s attacker passed a background...
    One person was killed and two others critically injured at a lake in Arizona on Sunday night after a possible electrocution incident, according to officials. The Peoria Fire Department said crews were originally dispatched to a report of a possible drowning at Scorpion Bay on Lake Pleasant, located north of Phoenix. Peoria Fire Captain Mario Bravo said that as more information came in during the response officials learned they weren’t just dealing with a drowning. “It is believed to be...
    One person was killed and two others critically injured at a lake in Arizona on Sunday night after a possible electrocution incident, according to officials. The Peoria Fire Department said crews were originally dispatched to a report of a possible drowning at Scorpion Bay on Lake Pleasant, located north of Phoenix. Peoria Fire Captain Mario Bravo said that as more information came in during the response officials learned they weren’t just dealing with a drowning. “It is believed to be more...
    Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the CBS News Battleground Tracker poll found Joe Biden taking a lead in the battleground state of Florida while races in Arizona and Texas remain tight. An analysis by Jennifer De Pinto, Anthony Salvanto, Fred Backus, Kabir Khanna and Elena Cox in the CBS News Elections and Surveys Unit found that Biden leads President Trump 48% to 42% in the Sunshine State among likely voters.  In Texas, Mr. Trump has 46% to Bidens 45%, within the margin of error. And in...
    Arizona is reporting all-time highs in coronavirus patients using ventilators and occupying beds in intensive-care units. The state Department of Health Services said 671 COVID-19 patients were on ventilators and 936 were in intensive care as of Sunday. Hospitals were hovering around 90% capacity as the state ranks first in the U.S. for new per capita cases over the past two weeks. The state became one of the nation’s coronavirus hot spots in May after Gov. Doug Ducey relaxed stay-at-home...
    Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd, an Arizona teacher, died June 26 after testing positive for COVID-19. An Arizona teacher died after returning to the classroom during the coronavirus pandemic, but that’s not stopping Education Sec. Betsy DeVos from blindly championing reopening schools. Arizona teachers Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd, Jena Martinez, and Angela Skillings shared a classroom with each other in a rural community to lead remote learning sessions, according to CNN. They wore gloves and masks, used hand sanitizer, and practiced social distancing, but that...
    This is yet another view of Slot Canyon X from my Arizona trip earlier this year. I wonder how they’ve weathered the COVID-19 shutdowns? January 27, 2020 — Navajo Nation, Highway 98, Arizona
    An Arizona woman is blaming her father’s death from the coronavirus on the state and federal response to the pandemic.  In an obituary for Mark Anthony Urquiza, who died on June 30 after battling COVID-19 for more than three weeks, his daughter, Kristin Urquiza, wrote that his death was avoidable.  “Mark, like so many others, should not have died from COVID-19. His death is due to the carelessness of the politicians who continue to jeopardize the health of brown bodies through...
    PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is reporting all-time highs in its use of ventilators and beds in intensive care units for coronavirus patients. The state Department of Health Services posted that 671 COVID-19 patients were on ventilators and 936 were occupying ICUs as of Sunday. Hospitals were hovering around 90% capacity. Health officials report another 1,357 confirmed COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths. Arizona has seen 123,824 cases and 2,245 deaths. However, the number of infections is thought to be far...
    Marked by COVID Fb web page Mark Urquiza. Mark Urquiza was an Arizona man who died of COVID-19, and his obituary comprises an uncommon line through which his household calls out “careless” politicians for not taking the virus critically sufficient. “Mark, like so many others, shouldn’t have died from COVID-19,” his obituary says. “His demise is as a result of carelessness of the politicians who proceed to jeopardize the well being of...
    Marked by COVID Facebook page Mark Urquiza. Mark Urquiza was an Arizona man who died of COVID-19, and his obituary contains an unusual line in which his family calls out “careless” politicians for not taking the virus seriously enough. “Mark, like so many others, should not have died from COVID-19,” his obituary says. “His death is due to the carelessness of the politicians who continue to jeopardize the health of brown bodies through a clear lack of leadership,...
    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announces a new executive order in response to the rising COVID-19 cases in the state, during a news conference in Phoenix on Monday, June 29, 2020. Michael Chow/The Arizona Republic via AP, Pool Mark Anthony Urquiza, 65, died on June 30 from complications due to COVID-19.  Urquizas family blamed the carelessness of politicians in an obituary following his death. The obituary said politicians continue to jeopardize the health of brown bodies through a clear...
    WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Navajo Nation officials are reporting five additional coronavirus-related deaths as well as 45 more confirmed cases on the tribe’s sprawling reservation. That pushes the death toll to 401 with the total confirmed COVID-19 cases to 8,187 as of Sunday night. Tribal officials say 64,128 people on the reservation have been tested for the coronavirus and 5,856 people had COVID-19 but recovered. The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have...
    (CNN)One person is missing and four others were injured in what is believed to be an electrocution incident at an Arizona lake Sunday.Two people were transported in critical condition to a hospital from Scorpion Bay Marina on Lake Pleasant in Peoria Sunday, said Capt. Mario Bravo of the Peoria Fire Department during a press briefing. Two additional victims refused aid at the scene, Bravo said.The Maricopa County Sheriffs Office is working to retrieve the body of a fifth victim from...
    Pat Perez is 44, has performed on the PGA Tour since 2002, received 3 times and amassed $26.7 million in profession earnings on the golf course. Alongside the way in which, he’s additionally made some noise as some of the outspoken gamers within the recreation together with his carefree demeanor, occasional fast mood and his look — lengthy darkish hair cascading down his shoulders from the again of his flat-brimmed ballcap. Perez, after taking pictures a 4-under 68 in...
    Pat Perez is 44, has played on the PGA Tour since 2002, won three times and accumulated $26.7 million in career earnings on the golf course. Along the way, he’s also made some noise as one of the most outspoken players in the game with his carefree demeanor, occasional quick temper and his look — long dark hair cascading down his shoulders from the back of his flat-brimmed ballcap. Perez, after shooting a 4-under 68 in Thursday’s opening round of...
    Three Arizona summer-school teachers who followed the recommended safety protocols for the coronavirus while in the same classroom contracted the contagion — and one of them died, reports say. “It just feels like a bad dream that I can’t wake up from,” said Jesse Byrd, the husband  of beloved late first-grade instructor Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd, 61, to the Arizona Republic.CORONAVIRUS: COMPLIANCE WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING DURING EARLY STAGES LINKED TO WORKING MEMORY, STUDY FINDS His wife had previously retired, only to...
    Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill was released from a Rhode Island hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus last week. The team announced Friday that Bidwill was hospitalized due to complications from the virus. Bidwill released a statement on Sunday talking about his experience dealing with COVID-19. “This week I learned firsthand just how serious COVID-19 is,” Bidwill wrote. “My immense appreciation for all those on the front lines of this pandemic has only increased and I am particularly grateful...
    Federal appeals court, calling COVID-19 threat frivolous, rules to allow first federal execution in 17 years Tax Day deals are almost non-existent but National Fry Day brings free fries, deals Monday Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill released from hospital after COVID-19 bout Michael Bidwill, the owner of the Arizona Cardinals, was released from a Rhode Island hospital, days after testing positive test for COVID-19. © Provided by Touchdown Wire Statement from Cardinals Owner Michael Bidwill: pic.twitter.com/G6c3kbdzLh— Arizona Cardinals...
    Three Arizona summer-school teachers who followed the recommended safety protocols for the coronavirus while in the same classroom contracted the contagion — and one of them died, reports say. “It just feels like a bad dream that I can’t wake up from,” said Jesse Byrd, the husband  of beloved late first-grade instructor Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd, 61, to the Arizona Republic. His wife had previously retired, only to miss the classroom so much that she eventually returned to the...
    Three Arizona summer-school academics who adopted the really helpful security protocols for the coronavirus whereas in the identical classroom contracted the contagion — and one in every of them died, studies say. “It simply seems like a foul dream that I can’t get up from,” stated Jesse Byrd, the husband  of beloved late first-grade teacher Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd, 61, to the Arizona Republic. His spouse had beforehand retired, solely to overlook the classroom a lot that she finally...