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Caterpillars Invade Arizona

Tweet Caterpillars are the beginning of a creature many of us have grown to marvel at. Seeing as these creatures develop into butterflies, growing up with a fear of caterpillars is uncommon, but in the local deserts of Southern Arizona, tent caterpillars are setting up camp, literally everywhere! This invasion is quite the sight to… Read More »

US Women’s National Soccer Team Plays In Phoenix

Tweet The US Women’s National Soccer Team plays tomorrow, Saturday Dec. 1, at University of Phoenix Stadium against Ireland. This is the second game of the US’ fan appreciation tour, after having already beaten Ireland, 5-0, on Wednesday in Portland. Both squads will square off again tomorrow in Glendale at 7:30 pm MT. If you… Read More »

Monsoon Brings Phoenix Creepy Crawlers

Tweet     Arizona’s monsoon season officially wraps up at the end of the month. All this monsoon moisture we receive during the summer months creates the perfect breeding conditions for mosquitoes and other pests. Lots of critters come along with the rain, heat, and the humidity which offers the perfect combinations for insects to… Read More »

Glendale, AZ 4-Year-Old Saves Grandma From Killer Bees

Tweet FOX 10 News – Phoenix, AZ | KSAZ-TV Four-year-old Whitney Chrisman’s cartoons were interrupted Tuesday morning as she looked out the window and saw her grandma being attacked by a swarm of hostile Africanized “killer” bees. “I saw bees and I heard bzzzzzz,” said Whitney Little Whitney possibly saved her grandmother’s life by pushing… Read More »

El Tour de Tucson: 109 Miles to Freedom

The longest I had ever ridden my bike was 85 miles, and that was only 2 weeks ago. Everyone that I knew riding in this year’s El Tour de Tucson was riding the 109 distance. I was thinking I might only do the 80-mile race, but when a couple of older riding buddies kept egging me on to go the distance, there was absolutely no way I could back down from that.

Phoenix Scorpion Season is Just Beginning

Scorpion Reports are starting to flow in. Banner Poison Control Center reported 34 calls of scorpion stings last weekend. The week prior, officials tallied 66 reports. Mesa, Queen Creek, Chandler are all mapped with high scorpion density. Awatukee, Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek and Carefree tend to have a slightly higher scorpion call volume most likely due to the extensive dessert landscaping found in these areas. Need Phoenix Scorpion Control tips? The scorpion guy at Bulwark has a few for you.