Phoenix

🌱 Fire Damage At The Snap Lounge + Homeowner Kills Two Intruders

Hi all. It’s me, Dominique-Noelle Rafael, your host of the Phoenix Daily β€” right here to let you know every little thing it’s worthwhile to learn about what’s occurring in our group immediately.


First, immediately’s climate:

A t-storm round within the p.m.. High: 103 Low: 86.


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Here are the highest three tales in Phoenix immediately:

  1. The Snap Lounge, a dive bar close to fifteenth Avenue and Camelback, is affected by harm after a hearth broke out. The bar’s fridge caught fireplace and unfold to the attic and roof. Investigators are wanting into the reason for the fireplace. (FOX 10 News Phoenix)
  2. Coffee store Refuge CafΓ© is closing on Jun. 30 to make room for an reasonably priced housing condo advanced. Acacia Heights will serve low-income households and shall be situated at Seventh Avenue and Camelback Road. (KTAR.com)
  3. Police report a Phoenix house owner shot and killed two intruders breaking in on the morning of Jun. 25. Both of the individuals who had been detained in reference to the story claimed self-defense. (FOX 10 News Phoenix)

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Today in Phoenix:

  • Ollie’s Book Buddies Zoom Story Time Virtual Event, Hosted By Tolleson Public Library (10:00 AM)
  • Growing Arizona: Water For The Future With Sarah Porter At South Mountain Community Library (10:00 AM)
  • One Love Meditation At Sutra Studios (7:30 PM)

From my pocket book:

  • Sunday marked 32 years since Phoenix’s hottest day in historical past! On Jun. 26, 1990, the recorded temperature reached 122 levels. (12news.com KPNX)
  • The City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department is urging residents to maintain their properties wholesome. Department workers suggest you give your property a 6-month checkup by cleansing gutters, testing your GFCI retailers, cleansing the kitchen exhaust fan and filters, and checking the locks on all home windows and doorways. (City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department via Facebook)
  • The Arizona Department of Public Safety declared an illegal meeting of individuals on the Arizona Capital and commenced dispersing flashbangs and tear gasoline. People had been gathered protesting the Supreme Court’s determination to overturn Roe v. Wade. (12news.com KPNX)

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β€” Dominique-Noelle Rafael

About me: Dominique is a self taught UX/UI designer based mostly in Princeton, NJ. She just lately graduated from the University of Maryland final spring with a bachelor’s diploma in Information Science. She is worked up to start engaged on the Patch publication project this year!

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