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, June 19.
COYOTES DEAL COURT CHALLENGE
The Goldwater Institute will be back in court Tuesday morning, arguing the City of Glendale's deal with the future Phoenix Coyotes owner should be halted. 10:30am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance and its non-profit partners are getting a donation of refrigerators from Rent-A-Center to help keep food cool in the hot summer months. 11:30am, St. Mary's Food Bank Del E. Webb Distribution Center, Phoenix.
POLICE EXPLORER ACADEMY
Nearly 50 teens will be exploring possible futures in law enforcement. 6am-8:30am, Arizona Law Enforcement Academy, Phoenix.
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Phoenix firefighter Brad Harper was fatally injured at the scene of a West Valley mulch fire last Saturday.
Senator John McCain is asking the head of the Department of Homeland Security for more information about a man suspected of hitting and killing Phoenix police Officer Daryl Raetz last weekend.
The land, leased from ASU, will be home to the largest office development in Arizona history, with more the 2 million square feet to be constructed on more than 20 acres.
Steve Nash’s ex-wife is accusing him of blocking her move to Los Angeles so he can avoid paying child support for his three kids, according to court documents.
It’s known that kids can say some unexpected things. Thanks to video they can do some crazy things to. We get to watch it over and over.
Check out this plush Mesa property sold recently for $1,900,000!
Teen births in Arizona plummeted 35 percent between 2007 and 2011, tying with Utah for the steepest decline in the nation.
Four days after a deadly tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, one child and one adult remain hospitalized in critical condition.
Firefighter Brad Harper is set to be laid to rest Friday in Phoenix following a procession beginning in Peoria. Watch the funeral and procession LIVE on abc15.com and ABC15 Mobile beginning at 2:30 p.m.
Memorial Day weekend wouldn’t be the same without the backyard grill. The staple of backyard cooking isn’t just for meat either.