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Here are the top three stories in Scottsdale today:

  1. Crews rescued a woman and her 2 dogs from Scottsdale’s Tom’s Thumb on Wednesday afternoon. The woman was about 3/4 of the way up the trail when one of her dogs began suffering from heat exhaustion. Responding paramedics helped cool down Diego, a 125-pound German shepherd dog. (The Sacramento Bee)
  2. A Phoenix firefighter is facing assault charges as a result of a confrontation with a Scottsdale Police Department officer. Christina Leon, 33 years old, was arrested on Sunday, Sept. 11 for allegedly assaulting the officer and a detention officer at the HonorHealth Osborn Hospital while off-duty. The details that led to the incident have not been released, yet. Phoenix Fire is conducting its own internal investigation into the incident. (AZ Family)
  3. Maricopa County Environmental Health Specialists are currently conducting surprise restaurant inspections. The health inspectors are reportedly finding various violations. The most common ones are workers not washing hands properly, food being improperly stored at incorrect temperatures, and cross-contamination. The department states that its purpose is to correct the violations. (AZ Family)

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  • Tango Individual Instruction At Scottsdale Neighborhood Arts Place (12:00 PM)
  • Oktoberfest At Fountain Park (5:00 PM)

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