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 Thursday, November 1.
ELIZABETH JOHNSON STATUS CONFERENCE
Elizabeth Johnson is scheduled to be in court for a hearing about modifying her jail release conditions and to set a sentencing date. 9:30am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
JERICE HUNTER PRETRIAL
Jerice Hunter is scheduled to be in court for her initial pretrial conference. She is charged with first-degree murder and child abuse in the death of her daughter Jhessye Shockley. 8:15am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
AZ EMPLOYMENT FORECAST
The state will release its monthly employment forecast. 10am, Office of Employment and Population Statistics, Arizona Department of Administration, Phoenix.
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Jurors in Jodi Arias' trial resumed deliberations Thursday, a day after they reported they were unable to reach a unanimous verdict on whether she should be sentenced to life in prison or death.
Fire and rescue officials say a parking garage that was closed to the public has partially collapsed outside a shopping mall in Bethesda, Md., killing one person and severely injuring another.
A visibly shaken Rep. Kate Brophy McGee said she received an obscene and threatening voicemail due to her support of Medicaid expansion.
The fire had closed both directions of the highway about 20 miles north of Wickenburg.
Three 16-year-old Prescott High School students have been arrested on suspicion of hacking into teachers’ computers and changing grades.
Officials have released the planned routes for the funeral processions of a Phoenix police officer and a firefighter who died last weekend.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said there is a 70 percent chance that this year will be more active than an average hurricane season.
Many Arizona residents have shown their support for the families of the Phoenix firefighter and police officer killed last week, but some people are looking to take advantage of that with charity scams.
Concerned Chandler residents are meeting with representatives of Salt River Project Thursday night to discuss the company’s plans to install new high-power lines and substations.
Here's a look at what you need to know about the National Spelling Bee, held in the spring every year in Washington, DC.