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, August 18, and Sunday, August 19.
About two dozen members of the 159th Finance Detachment of the Arizona Army National Guard will return from a deployment to Afghanistan. 6pm and 8:40pm, Pettycrew Armory, Phoenix.
Promise Arizona is putting on a series of informational sessions to educate the community about the USCIS Deferred Action application process. 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm, Neighborhood Ministries, Phoenix.
ASU DORM MOVE-IN
Thousands of Arizona State University students will check-in to dorms Saturday at the main Tempe campus.
ASU FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE
The Arizona State University football team hits the field for a training camp scrimmage. 10am, Camp Tontozona, near Payson.
The ArenaBowl Champion Arizona Rattlers will hold a fan rally, signing autographs and letting people take pictures with the Foster Trophy.6pm-8pm, US Airways Center, Phoenix.
Members of the 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 285th Aviation Regiment of the Arizona Army National Guard will deploy to Afghanistan. 10:30am, Silverbell Army Heliport, Marana.
MAYOR AT MERCURY GAME
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, sporting a broken nose from a practice session with the Phoenix Mercury, will attend the Mercury's game against San Antonio. 3pm, US Airways Center, Phoenix.
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The body of a missing Scottsdale man, who failed to return from a bike ride on Thursday, has been found in a canal Saturday morning.
With the Scripps National Spelling Bee coming up May 28-30, dare we ask: Does anybody really need to learn to spell in an age of spell-check, auto-correcting cell phones and text-messaging abbreviations?
You can test your spelling chops with this quiz, which will judge whether you would have progressed to the preliminaries in the 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee, set to begin on May 28.
If no one wins on Saturday, the Powerball jackpot is expected to rise to $925 million.
What happens if you beat the tough odds and hold the winner Powerball ticket? You celebrate. Then what?
An anonymous donor funded the first two events with a $100,000 contribution, but those two events used up all of those funds. Luckily, another anonymous donor gave $100,000 to the program to extend its life.
Cooler air is moving in just in time for the weekend. Find out how long we'll get a break from the 100s.
Authorities are investigating an overnight shooting near a Phoenix restaurant that left one person injured.
A teenager remains in 'extremely critical condition' after he was walking across the street and was struck by a vehicle late Friday night.
There was a lot happening in the news around Arizona this past week. How much of it do you remember?