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 Wednesday, January 16.
PRESIDENT ON GUN CONTROL
President Barack Obama on Wednesday will announce new measures aimed at curbing gun violence.
As the Phoenix Coyotes prepare to open their strike-shortened season this weekend, the team will open up its Wednesday night scrimmage to the public. 6pm, Jobing.com Arena, Glendale.
GOOD SAMARITANS HONORED
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department will honor six residents for their heroic actions, which range from helping at the scene of a motorcycle accident to assisting an impaled postal worker to getting a neighbor out of burning house. 10am, Fire Station 218, Mesa.
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Another round of Wind Advisories and Red Flag Warnings in place across Northern Arizona Thursday. Find out how strong winds will blow and when they'll back off.
Jodi Arias’ claims that she killed Travis Alexander in self-defense have set actual domestic violence victims back ten years, according to one abuse survivor.
Arizona kids and adults are finding unique ways to buy and sell drugs using the “deep web,” but drug-free advocates say there is an easy way to reduce the chances a child will ever start using illegal substances
One mom says kindergartners from South Phoenix Prep & Arts Academy are being left alone at their bus stops, earlier than scheduled, when no parents are there to pick them up.
ABC15 was invited inside the home to see the damage caused by Phoenix police officers during a hostage rescue.
Scottsdale police say they have identified and arrested a man suspected of trying to kidnap a woman who was out jogging Tuesday night.