PHOENIX - 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, March 6.
GIFFORDS ON GUN VIOLENCE
Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other survivors and victim family members from the Tucson shootings will hold a news conference, urging action on what they call "common sense solutions" to reduce gun violence. 10:30am, Tucson.
EDWARD SCHAD EXECUTION
Edward Schad, convicted in a 1978 murder in Yavapai County, is scheduled to be executed. 10am, Arizona State Prison Complex, Florence.
JODI ARIAS TRIAL
Jodi Arias returns to the witness stand again, as her defense attorney continues redirect questioning. 1pm, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
A new project will bring hundreds of high-wage jobs and millions in capital investment to Chandler. Governor Jan Brewer will be among those at a news conference announcing the economic development. 12pm, City Council Chambers, Chandler.
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We will stay dry here in the Valley with lots of sunshine through the day Friday and through the weekend, too.
The family of an officer killed earlier this year in a crash caused by a distracted driver says they plan to sue both the big rig driver and trucking company.
Authorities say golfer Tiger Woods' stepbrother was arrested in Phoenix Thursday after calling in a fake bomb threat to the building where he works.
Candy Crush and Farmville among games part of class action settlement.
The last time we saw Doan on the ice was Dec. 4 against the Flames. Thursday’s game against the New York Islanders marks the third game he’s missed.
The spectacular annual Geminid meteor shower kicks into high gear Thursday night, NASA said, and people around the world will be able to enjoy it.