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, November 21.
SCOTTSDALE RAPES ARRAIGNMENT
Danny Jackson, facing sexual assault and other charges in connection with two Scottsdale cases, is scheduled to be arraigned. 8:30am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
TOM HORNE PRETRIAL
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, facing a misdemeanor charge of leaving the scene of an accident, is scheduled for a pretrial conference. 1:30pm, Phoenix Municipal Court.
CAMPAIGN SIGN DEADLINE
With the election two weeks behind us, Wednesday is the deadline for removal of political signs.
President Obama will perform the annual pre-Thanksgiving turkey pardon at the White House.
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So much for that sore right elbow. Carson Palmer didn't throw a pass in practice all last week, then completed practically every one he tried Sunday.
The Peoria Police Department is using volunteers to help cut back on holiday crime by handing out report cards in busy parking lots.
The weather forecast is looking nice and cool as we start the work week. Warmer afternoon highs on the way by Wednesday.
The Newlyweds are accused of luring the man through a "companionship" ad on Craigslist, and stabbing and strangling him to death.
Dozens of entries with hundreds of thousands of lights brightened the streets of Phoenix Saturday when the APS Fiesta of Light Electric Light Parade returned for the 27th straight year.
INSIDE: View our list of events happening this week around the Valley.
The shooting happened around 2 a.m. at an apartment complex near the Loop 101 and University Drive, said Sgt. Michael Pooley of the Tempe Police Department.
Eleven pilot whales were found dead Sunday in the lower Florida Keys, doubling the number of dead whales found in the past week.
Police are investigating after a man was shot and killed at a mobile home park in Phoenix Sunday afternoon.
Prosecutors say that over a five-day period, Grose traveled with his common-law wife of 16 years across Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado, beating her and torturing her.