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 Monday, November 12.
PHOENIX VA VETERANS PARADE
Entertainer Wayne Newton will serve as Celebrity Grand Marshal of the Phoenix VA Veterans Day Parade. 11am, from Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center north on 7th Street to Camelback, west to Central Avenue., then north to North Phoenix Baptist Church.
MESA VETERANS PARADE
The Commemorative Air Force's B-17 and other historic aircraft will fly over Mesa to kick off the East Valley Veterans Parade. 11am, Center Street from 3rd Place south to 1st Avenue.
FURNITURE TIP-OVER DANGER
The family of Brayden Lee Rodgers will talk about the tragic accident that killed him at age three, offering a warning to all parents about the dangers of televisions and dressers falling on children. 10am, Phoenix Children's Hospital.
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