TUESDAY: 5 stories to watch in Arizona 2/11/14

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, February 11.

FBI PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with a number of local police departments, will announce a new public awareness program. 2 p.m., FBI Building, Phoenix.

HIKING SAFETY
The Phoenix Fire Department and the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department will promote hiking safety and the importance of staying on the trails. The family of a man who went off the trail and fell to his death will share their personal story. 11 a.m., Piestewa Peak, Phoenix.

211 DAY
Community Information and Referral Services will hold an all-day fundraiser to keep the 2-1-1 service running.

NATIVE AMERICAN CHILD VIOLENCE
The Advisory Committee of the U.S. Attorney General's Task Force on American Indian and Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence will meet to discuss child health and trauma, victim services and child welfare. This is the second of four hearings being held across the country over a period of a few months. 8:30 a.m., Talking Stick Hotel, Scottsdale.

DIAMONDBACKS FULL SQUAD REPORT
Arizona Diamondbacks position players will report for spring training. 8 a.m., Salt River Fields, Scottsdale.

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