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PD: Man shot, seriously injured in south Phoenix Officers say the victim drove his car to 7th and Southern avenues and called 911. Authorities believe the man was shot by someone in another vehicle near Central Avenue and Vineyard Road. There is no additional information at this time. Stay with ABC15 News and ABC15.com for updates.

Obituary: Thomas Michael 'Mike' Davidson Thomas Michael "Mike" Davidson was born in South Bend, Indiana, to parents Richard and Eileen Davidson on September 3, 1954. He was the youngest of 4 children. Mike passed away at home in Prescott after a long battle with cancer on January 13, 2020.

Talk of the Town: Second Amendment Sanctuary status too divisive As a Legislative District 1 resident, I am concerned about the current movement to try to make Yavapai County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County. The Board of Supervisors met on Thursday, Jan. 2, and this was one of their agenda items. I had planned on attending the meeting and waited outside in line for 45 minutes.

Barnes: Having nothing better to do I want to say a few kind words about goofing off. I first must acknowledge that I spent a significant part of my early years not feeling or expressing admiration of people who lounged around frittering away their time. However, from my present perch in the retirement years I have learned to respect those who have embraced the art of malingering.

Rants & Raves: Jan. 19, 2020 If Governor Ducey wants to pay homage to retired veterans, rather than eliminating state income tax on their pension, how about fully restoring education funding in their name? Education funding is more impactful than this small tax cut.

Days Past: So long Katie Lee Part 2 - Water issues From 1954, when she first ran Glen Canyon, Katie Lee stayed on the road for the next 10 years, crisscrossing America in a 1950s Thunderbird coupe, singing in popular nightclubs and returning 15 times to Glen Canyon, often paying her way on the trips by singing folk songs for tourists.

Amazing Places: Calf Creek Canyon, amazing waterfall No. 2 We are back in Utah today exploring Calf Creek. Last week we visited the Lower Falls, so now we will enjoy the Upper Falls. The drive to the upper trailhead is 5 miles farther on from the lower trailhead, traveling along the scenic Utah byway #12. The road between trailheads climbs up steeply in places.

Birth announcements: Week of Jan. 19, 2020 Birth announcements: Week of Jan. 19, 2020.

Joanna Marquardt and Jack Struiksma to wed Adam and Pam Marquardt of Prescott announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Joanna Marquardt, to Jack Struiksma of Artesia, California.

ASU Men's Tennis: TCU curse remains unbroken as No. 25 Sun Devils fall 5-2 51 Alastair Gray, the Horned Frogs attacked freshmen Christian Lerby, Jonah Wilson and Tom LeBlanc to storm to a 5-0 lead - the match was technically clinched at 4-0 - but both teams' coaches decided to play out the remaining matches.

Dear Annie: Don't want to leave her in the cold Dear Annie: About a year and a half ago, I met a woman whom I liked very much. She moved in with me after about six months. After living together some time, I've come to see that our relationship is impossible and I would like her to move out. The problem is that she has nowhere to go.

Book praises Coyote Springs school The author of a parenting book about school choice has offered a shout out to Coyote Springs Elementary School in Prescott Valley as one leading the way with 21st century educational learning skills.

Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce expands at its current location on Pav Way The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, 7120 Pav Way, Suite 102, recently gained 900 square feet of office and boardroom space when it expanded into the back end of its current location.

ASU Basketball: How to Follow, Game Thread: Arizona State vs. Utah Your comments can be questions, concerns excitement, GIFs, or just general thoughts about Arizona State or Utah. Please keep it civil, folks.

Need2Know: Sweat Infrared Sauna Studio; The Attic cocktail lounge; Burger King at Frontier Village closes; old PUSD offices to become restaurant Sweat Infrared Sauna Studio will celebrate its grand opening at 1046 Willow Creek Road in the Safeway shopping center on Saturday, Jan. 25.

THE TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER: Is there an exception if she missed her luggage claim deadline? After Delta Air Lines damages Mardella Carlson's bag, she files a claim. But the airline rejects it on a technicality: She missed her luggage claim deadline. Can Delta make an exception? Q: I recently flew from Iowa City, Iowa, to Providence, Rhode Island, on Delta Air Lines.

Wildcats earn dominant 75-54 win over No. 20 Colorado Less than a week after a horrendous second half defensive performance against Oregon State, UA came home and put the clamps on the 20th ranked Buffaloes.

What we learned from Arizona’s win over Colorado The Arizona Wildcats cruised to a 75-54 win over the No. 20 Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday, giving them their first victory over a ranked team this season. Arizona improves to 13-5 overall and 3-2 in the Pac-12 heading into Saturday's road game at ASU.

HUSD plans education visioning summit for Feb. 10 Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent Dan Streeter wants "thought leaders" in the community to come and help the Governing Board and administration consider its progress over the last five years and look ahead to the future. On Monday, Feb. 10 from 9 a.m.

Forest officials confirm additional deaths of wild horses Forest Service officials confirm that seven more wild horses have been found dead in eastern Arizona after eight others were found earlier this month and said at least some were shot.

Mexico blocks hundreds of migrants from crossing border span CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico - Mexican authorities closed a border entry point in southern Mexico on Saturday after thousands of Central American migrants tried to push their way across a bridge spanning the Suchiate River between Mexico and Guatemala.

Trump defense team: of, by and for Fox News propaganda The Trump administration and its state propaganda media arm, Fox News aka Trump TV, are so interconnected with one another in the conservative ecosystem as to be indistinguishable. They are effectively one and the same.

Ironwood Ridge HS Indoor Percussion Ensemble performs 15-hour drum-a-thon fundraiser Ironwood Ridge High School Indoor Percussion Ensemble is performing the fourth annual 15-hour drum-a-thon fundraiser Saturday. The drumline is holding the 15-hour drum-a-thon fundraiser from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m.

Dillinger Days! Hotel Congress takes Tucson back to the 1930s - Dillinger Days weekend is back at Hotel Congress for an experience that takes Tucson back to the 1930s. Hotel Congress hosts the annual two-day event to remember the arrest of the notorious outlaw by Tucson Police Department and the Tucson Fire Department in 1934.

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