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, December 3.
HUSBAND STABBED SENTENCING
Noelle Clough, who pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated assault for allegedly stabbing her husband during an argument, is scheduled to be sentenced. 8:30am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
PARADISE VALLEY MURDERS PRETRIAL
Michael Crane, facing three counts of murder in connection with robbery-homicide deaths in Paradise Valley and Phoenix, is scheduled to be in court for a pretrial conference. 9am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett will present the official state election results from the November 6 vote. 10am, Historic Senate Chambers, Arizona State Capitol Museum, Phoenix.
FIESTA BOWL FOOTBALL CENTRAL
Downtown Glendale will become "football central" for fans coming to the Valley for the Fiesta Bowl game in January, displaying team colors and offering special football goodie bags. 10am-1pm, Visitors Center, Glendale.
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Police said the suspect was shot when he threw a sharp weapon at officers.
A quick moving storm system is going to bring light rainfall to the Valley, mountain snow and chilly temperatures Saturday through Sunday.
He served his country in Vietnam and now the community is serving him. A Mesa man says his dog is recovering from a hit-and-run last month and a Valley non-profit is stepping in to help.
City officials recommend that people traveling to Tempe arrival early and use park-and-ride lots and take light rail.
Multiple events, including the Pac-12 game, are expected to draw major crowds in Tempe.
While investigators search for clues to a Thanksgiving murder, a woman and her two sons are trying to find the courage to carry on without him.
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Merrill Newman has been "deported," North Korea's state news agency KCNA reported early Saturday.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is warning about a scam that targets citizens by trying to get money to pay off outstanding ticket fines over the phone and threatening arrest.
The Pac-12 Championship game and the Sun Devils’ run for the roses is the talk of the Valley right now. But in some homes, that talk sounds a little more like bickering.