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 16.
ELIZABETH JOHNSON TRIAL
Closing arguments are expected in the trial of Elizabeth Johnson, facing charges in connection with the disappearance of her son Gabriel. 10am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
President Obama and Governor Romney will face off in the second Presidential Debate. 9pm EDT, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York.
END HOMELESSNESS CONFERENCE
More than 300 homeless advocates and service providers are expected at the Statewide Conference on Homelessness. Tuesday-Wednesday, Black Canyon Conference Center, Phoenix.
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A judge on Thursday could determine whether or not a re-trial of the sentencing phase in the Jodi Arias case will be postponed until January 2014.
Kaibab National Forest officials say the fire began Wednesday afternoon and its cause is under investigation.
Gusty winds did not help firefighters today as they battled the Doce Fire near Prescott and they have another day of very similar conditions in store. Find out how long it will be before winds lighten up plus, how hot we're staying as we head toward the first official day of Summer.
Authorities say convicted Valley serial shooter, Dale Hausner, was found unresponsive in his cell Wednesday afternoon.
Officials said Wednesday they have been able to secure the west flank of the Doce Fire, but the wind-fueled blaze is still posing a containment problem.
James Gandolfini, known for his role as Tony Soprano on "The Sopranos," reportedly died from a possible heart attack while in Italy.
Phoenix police said Christopher Simcox, co-founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, has been accused of molesting three young girls.
A man is dead after being shot by his brother Wednesday night.
An evidentiary hearing is scheduled Wednesday, June 19 for a man who allegedly shot at four individuals with potentially racist intentions.
Coping with the health effects of wildfire smoke requires both community cooperation and some individual judgment and ingenuity, experts say.