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, October 26, and Sunday, October 27.
MADD CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
Mothers Against Drunk Driving will host a community tribute to celebrate and remember those killed and injured due to impaired driving. 5 p.m., Steele Indian School Park Amphitheater, Phoenix.
DRUG TAKE BACK DAY
The Drug Enforcement Administration is partnering with state, local, and tribal organizations for its annual Prescription Drug Take Back Day at sites across the state from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Drop-off locations are listed at www.dea.gov .
BE THE MATCH
ABC15 is a sponsor of Saturday’s Be the Match Walk+Run. The event brings together marrow donors and transplant patients to demonstrate that the cure for blood cancer is in the hands of ordinary people. 9 a.m., Wesley Bolin Plaza, Phoenix.
FALCONS AT CARDINALS
The 3-4 Arizona Cardinals host the 2-4 Atlanta Falcons. 1:25 p.m., University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale.
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Authorities said the suspect in an overnight carjacking and armed robbery is in serious condition after attempting to evade police and then jumping off a freeway bridge.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office says the drug ring was involved in laundering $1.6 million through a Tucson casino and bank accounts from June 2010 to May 2013.
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Officials say the elk were killed about one-quarter of a mile off State Route 89A across from the Oak Creek Vista overlook on the Coconino National Forest.
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.