Two news helicopters belonging to KTVK Channel 3 & KNXV Channel 15-ABC collide while covering a car chase in Phoenix, Arizona, leaving all four dead (KTVK Pilot Scott Bowerbank, Photogapher Jim Cox, KNXV Pilot Craig Smith & Photographer Rick Krolax
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board prepares its final report on the 2007 collision between two news helicopters in Phoenix, Arizona. 2009-01-28 (Context: Phoenix, Arizona, helicopter)
The Phoenix, Arizona police arrest the suspected Maryvale serial shooter. 2017-05-8 (Context: Phoenix, Arizona)
A serial killer who has murdered seven people over a period of several months is on the loose in Phoenix, Arizona. 2016-07-13 (Context: Phoenix, Arizona)
A criminal investigation is launched by the New Hampshire attorney general against law enforcement officials after news footage showed Massachusetts-New Hampshire police appear to beat a man who was surrendering at the end of a bi-state car chase. 2016-05-12 (Context: car chase)
Two dozen protesters park their cars in the middle of Shea Boulevard, and block the main road to the Phoenix suburb of Fountain Hills, Arizona, where Donald Trump's campaign rally with former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, and controversial sheriff Joe Arpaio was held. For hours, traffic was backed up for miles. The road was eventually cleared. Three protesters were arrested and two cars were towed from the boulevard. 2016-03-19 (Context: Phoenix, Arizona)
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