MESA, Ariz. (AP) - Four Mesa police officers were treated for smoke inhalation after evacuating people during a fire at an apartment complex and the city Fire and Medical Department credits the officers with saving lives. Four other people were injured in the Thursday evening fire, including one woman carried from the apartment where the fire started, but officials say no one was critically injured.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire authorities say they have confirmed the true identity of a suspected serial killer. Authorities said earlier this year that a man who died in a California prison in 2010 likely killed two women and three girls in New Hampshire. The suspect went by several names, including Bob Evans, but authorities said Friday that DNA results confirm his real name was Terry Peder Rasmussen.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Federal drug agents and Tempe police detectives have seized 30,000 fentanyl pills during an enforcement operation against a Mexican cartel related-drug trafficking organization. They say the pills were discovered after a traffic stop during a Drug Enforcement Administration operation last Sunday. A search of a vehicle led to the discovery of the fentanyl-laced pills. Authorities say the fentanyl pills were designed to look like oxycodone pills
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - The Forest Service says areas on and around Kendrick Mountain that were burned by a wildfire back in June remain closed to the public because of unstable conditions caused by heavy rains. Kendrick is located 18 miles (29 kilometers) northeast of Flagstaff along the boundary between the Coconino and Kaibab national forest.
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