TUESDAY: 5 stories to watch in Arizona

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 Tuesday, January 14.

SEPTIC TANK RESCUE HEROES
The three heroes who rescued a 2-year-old girl from a septic tank south of Maricopa will be honored. The girl and her family will attend the event and meet the good Samaritans. 2 p.m., Pinal County Sheriff's Office, Florence.

TEMPLE MURDERS VERDICT WATCH
Jurors in the third trial of Johnathan Doody will have their first full day of deliberations. Doody is accused of killing nine people at a Buddhist temple in 1991. 10 a.m., Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix.

DRUG TUNNEL ROBOTS
Tucson Sector Border Patrol will demonstrate new robot technology designed to detect tunnels at the Mexican border. 10 a.m., Nogales.

SCOTTSDALE SCHOOLS CLOSING?
School board members will hear presentations that may eventually lead to closing some under-capacity schools to save money. 5 p.m., Scottsdale Unified School District Education Center, Phoenix.

ECHO CANYON TRAIL REOPENING
The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department is preparing to reopen the Echo Canyon Recreation Area at Camelback Mountain on Wednesday after months of work on expansion and trail improvements. Officials will provide media with a preview. 10:30 a.m., Echo Canyon Recreation Area, Phoenix.

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