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It's not clear how long the girl was in the water, but the search started after 3 p.m. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and the Peoria Fire Department responded to the drowning call. It appeared that one person was removed from the water by a
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Authorities say a roadside cleaning crew has found a live grenade along a state highway 74 in Peoria. The Arizona Department of Transportation says the grenade was discovered Tuesday morning along
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago Three people have been flown to a burn center in Phoenix after an explosion rocked their boat on Lake Pleasant. Peoria Fire Department Battalion Chief Tom Pendley says five adults launched the boat
The proposed development covers 780 acres out of a total of 3,268 in the planned development near the northwestern corner of the Lone Mountain Road alignment and 115th Avenue. Resolute will assist in revising the master-planned development with
The Republic azcentral.com An infusion of grant money to shore up the Peoria Fire Department's Lake Pleasant station should save more lives and property, cut response times and reduce the city's exposure to lawsuits, officials say.
The Republic azcentral.com About 28,000 people attended the popular July 4 celebration the city hosted at the Peoria Sports Complex, and about half that attended festivities at Lake Pleasant a day earlier. The city-hosted event at the ballpark
The Republic azcentral.com Two brothers are dead after both drowning in Lake Pleasant in Peoria Saturday afternoon, according to sheriff's officials. Officer Chris Hegstrom, a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office spokesman, confirmed the drownings but no
The Republic azcentral.com Pleasant Harbor Marina in north Peoria that features a restaurant, boat-docking and storage areas and a fuel-station is a public hazard, officials say. Maricopa Water District, which has an agreement with the marina owner --
The Republic azcentral.com Two men were hospitalized Saturday after they tried to steal two canoes from a pond near Lake Pleasant, authorities say. Jay Davies, a spokesman for the Peoria Fire Department, said a third man has not been located.
Monday, April 2, 2012 2:01 am (0) Comments Font Size: Wildlife officials are offering grant money to improve public boating facilities in Arizona. The Arizona Game and Fish Department has $660,000 in federal money for such projects.