Monthly Archives: November 2020

Silent Witness Offering Cash Reward to Help Catch Porch Pirates

by on November 30, 2020 0

From Black Friday (November 23) until Christmas Day, Silent Witness will be offering a cash reward to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of people suspected of stealing packages.

The Phoenix Police Department announced Wednesday that Silent Witness will extend rewards to include arrests of anyone who steals parcels that are dropped off at homes or businesses.

The misdemeanor of thefts, often referred to as porch pirates, will now be eligible for up to $250.00 cash reward for information leading to an arrest.

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GM Recalls 7 Million Vehicles Due to Airbags

by on November 30, 2020 0
General Motors will recall about 7 million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators. The announcement came Monday after the U.S. government told the automaker it had to recall 6 million of the vehicles in the U.S. GM says it will not fight the decision, even though... Read More

Nevada Murder Suspects Arrested in Arizona

by on November 30, 2020 0
Two men and a woman believed to have been shooting at vehicles in northwestern Arizona and Nevada on Thursday, and linked to a shooting and homicide investigation in Nevada, have been arrested in Arizona, authorities said Friday. The Arizona Department of Public Safety and La Paz County Sheriff’s Office said it received reports early... Read More

How to Help Charities Hit Hard by COVID-19

by on November 25, 2020 0
If you’re inclined to support charities, 2020 could be a special year for doing so. The usual nonprofit funding needs have been worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many charitable organizations have seen donations drop and revenue-generating events canceled while grappling with increased demand for their services. One late-October survey, from the Alliance of Arizona... Read More

McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park Impacted By COVID-19 Rules

by on November 25, 2020 0
One of Scottsdale’s most popular holiday attractions that has taken place since the 1980’s and one that draws thousands every year can expect an impact from the pandemic. Attendees at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park’s popular holiday lights event can expect smaller crowds and unfortunately higher ticket prices this year due to health and safety... Read More

Black Friday Amidst COVID-19

by on November 25, 2020 0
Gone are the days when local news stations would broadcast footage of crowds pouring into big-box stores right after Thanksgiving dinner. In a time when in-person gatherings are risky, retailers are moving away from Black Friday as a single day of deals and making discounts available over an extended period of time. The COVID-19... Read More