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 27, through Monday, October 29.
Arizona State University celebrates Sun Devil Homecoming.
9am, parade, University from McAllister to College.
9am-12pm, block party.
12pm, ASU football game against UCLA Bruins, Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe.
TEMPE DUI ENFORCEMENT
With a focus on ASU Homecoming weekend and and Halloween activities, Tempe Police and the East Valley DUI Task Force will conduct saturation patrols through November 3.
LATINO TOWN HALL
The Mesa Association of Hispanic Citizens will be holding a Latino Town Hall, covering topics ranging from breast cancer prevention to ballot propositions. 7:30am-11:45pm, Mesa Public Safety Training Facility.
ED PASTOR PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
The City of Phoenix will dedicate a pedestrian bridge in honor of Congressman Ed Pastor. The bridge will allow students of Isaac Middle School to safely cross over McDowell Road. 9am, McDowell Road east of 35th Avenue, Phoenix.
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FESTIVAL
Performers and 8-foot-tall animated puppets will be the showcases of the Dia de los Muertos Festival, presented by the CALA Alliance. The Day of the Dead celebration honors Hispanic tradition with music, food, and activities. 12:30pm-5:30pm, Margaret T. Hance Park, Phoenix.
CARDINALS ON MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
The Arizona Cardinals host the San Francisco Giants in a Monday Night Football game before a national audience. Jordin Sparks will perform the National Anthem before kickoff. Traffic on Loop 101 at rush hour will also be an issue with an early evening start time. 5:30pm, University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale.
HORSEBACK TRAINER TRIAL
The jury will deliberate in the trial of Ralph Carr, a horseback riding trainer accused of sexual conduct with underage girls during riding lessons. Carr is charged with nine counts of sexual abuse and one count of aggravated assault. 9am, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.
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