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 Saturday, February 9, and Sunday, February 10.
SCHOOL SHOOTING POSSE TRAINING
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office armed volunteer posse members will train in an active school shooter simulation. The event, which will feature SWAT team members as shooters and teenagers as students, will also include posse volunteer and actor Steven Segal. 2pm, Fountain Hills.
With spring training right around the corner, the Arizona Diamondbacks host the annual FanFest. More than 25,000 fans came out last year to tour the clubhouse, take photos with players, and get autographs. 9am-4pm, Chase Field, Phoenix.
MARK GRACE DUI JAIL
Former baseball star Mark Grace is scheduled to report to county jail Sunday to begin his four-month sentence for endangerment and DUI. He will serve the time with work release.
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While immigration reform is stalled in Congress, some members are calling on President Barack Obama to take the matter into his own hands, urging him to suspend deportations of undocumented immigrants.
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Detectives reportedly found thousands of ecstasy pills, plus 30 pounds of products to make the drugs, inside the 20-year-old suspect's dorm room.
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A car slid off a slushy Arizona mountain highway and went 230 feet down a steep slope, but the four occupants were able to climb back up and flag down another driver to summon help.