Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Afternoon Headlines Wensday Jan. 12th

Suspect with bat shot dead by Gila River police officer A Gila River police officer has been put on routine paid leave following the fatal shooting Monday of a man with a bat who allegedly lunged toward another officer. Teen crossing street struck by vehicle driven by fellow student The Desert Vista High School community was shaken and concerned today after hearing that a student walking near the campus was struck and seriously injured by a vehicle driven by a fellow school mate. Sunshine returns, flooding not as bad as expected LITTLEFIELD - After days of heavy rains and flooding, people in the Beaver Dam area in far northern Arizona started heading home on Wednesday as the skies cleared and water receded. Millennium High School counselor arrested A Millennium High School guidance counselor has been arrested for threatening his daughter with a handgun. Laser beamed into Southwest flight out of Sky Harbor A laser beam pointed at an aircraft Tuesday night originated from an area northeast of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, officials said Wednesday. CSHS student facing charges for hazardous materials incident CAVE CREEK - A Cactus Shadows High School student has been expelled and is facing charges for his role in a hazardous materials incident, which led to an evacuation of the school and a nearby elementary school on Thursday, Jan. 6. Tucson water head: Using effluent for drinking water necessary TUCSON - Effluent water will likely need to be added to the city's drinking water supply to avoid shortages in the future, said Tucson Water Director David Modeer.

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