A map of the new cubs facility near the Loop 101 and Dobson Road in Mesa.
The first of several practice fields at the new Chicago Cubs complex.
Ready to fill these seats for Spring Training 2014?
Construction workers working hard to install infield seats.
The view from the field looking toward the press boxes at Mesa's new spring training facility.
Exterior look at the training facility.
This area will be open year round for minor leaguers to improve their skills.
Several spas for Cubs players to use.
One of several practice fields outside of the stadium.
Second level weight room, cardio equipment is here with a great view of the mountains in the area.
What you will see when you enter the new Cubs stadium.
The first look at new Cubs field
The area where most traffic will be seen. Plaza to get to your seats and to concession stands.
The future home of hot dogs, burgers and beer.
The view from the third base side looking towards more seating.
Where home plate will be located
An empty dugout now, but it will soon be full of players.
An outside look at the Cubs training facility.
The Cubs weight room with brand new equipment
The walkway to get from the practice facility to the stadium.
The view of the left field wall, additional seating will be available on the hill behind the wall
Another angle of one of the new practice fields
Construction is set to be complete in a couple months. The City of Mesa and the Cubs are planning a formal open house once the project is complete.
Snow and rain fell in the Arizona high country, along with drizzling rain in some Valley spots.
Throughout the day Tuesday, anchors from ABC15 and Valley Clear Channel radio stations picked up their megaphones to encourage donations and highlight the four local charities that benefit from Operation Santa.
Check out 100 of Maricopa County's mug shots of the week. All inmates are innocent until proven guilty.
Arizona socialites celebrate the Thanksgiving weekend with DJs Ryan Greene, JJ Flores and Aaron Taylor at Smashboxx and American Junkie in Scottsdale. Photo credit: Christopher Cashak
Multiple people were killed and injured Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, after a Metro-North passenger train derailed near the Bronx in New York City.
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