So you can stay ahead of the news, here's a quick look at some of the stories ABC15 will be keeping an eye on Tuesday, October 22.
The Phoenix City Council will consider changes recommended by the Pension Fairness and Spiking Elimination Subcommittee aimed at saving taxpayers millions of dollars. 2:30 p.m., City Council Chambers, Phoenix.
FACEBOOK SEX SENTENCING
Jennifer Dempsey, who pleaded guilty to molestation of a child and sexual conduct with a minor, is scheduled to be sentenced. She was accused of portraying herself on Facebook to two teenage boys as a 16-year-old girl as well as convincing her family she had cancer for the past five years. 8:30 a.m., Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
TEMPLE MURDERS RETRIAL
The jury in the retrial of Jonathan Doody, accused of nine murders at a West Valley Buddhist temple, will return to continue its deliberations. 10:30 a.m., Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
19TH AVENUE CRIME SAFETY
There is a safety initiative underway to reduce crime along the Northwest Light Rail Extension along 19th Avenue. Residents will attend a neighborhood meeting. 6 p.m., Orangewood Elementary School, Phoenix.
McCAIN TOWN HALL
U.S. Senator John McCain will hold a town hall meeting to discuss issues affecting Arizonans. 2:30 p.m., Arizona Small Business Administration, Phoenix.
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