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Arizona News Top Stories

It was the first time D-backs fans have been at Chase Field since the 2019 season final on Sept. 29. It was a sellout crowd of 19,385 socially-distanced fans in a stadium designed for 48,000.
Detectives are investigating if speed or impairment contributed to the crash.
According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, suicide rates in the U.S. dropped 6% last year, making it the sharpest decline in four decades.
Let's face it: it's been unusually hot this week, but the way we're going it'll become much more common.
The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry (ADCRR) said the arrests were part of a months-long investigation between the department and DPS.
Relatives say AZ Metro Towing is a family business Weeks built from the ground up.
A man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a golf cart in Tempe and trying take it on the freeway.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has teamed up with a senator from Maine to introduce a bill that would fund a National Child Abuse Help Hotline.

World News Top Stories

Beirut is dealing with the aftermath of an explosion that killed 43 people last week. Holly Williams reports many people feel that the event has been largely ignored.
In an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, John Kerry discusses how the Obama administration plans to defeat ISIS.
The worldwide search for members of ISIS has centered in the city of Molenbeek, a suburb of Brussels that has numerous connections to past European terrorist attacks. Allen Pizzey is there.
Police are scouring Europe for evidence that might lead them to Salah Abdeslam, a suspect in the Paris attacks. Elizabeth Palmer reports they're also looking for second suspect.
As France launched another round of airstrikes on ISIS targets, French president Francois Hollande said he's motivated by the names and faces of the 129 killed Friday in terrorist attacks around Paris.
France has begun its first match against Britain after a string of attacks across Paris left over 130 dead. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers reports on the emotional opening ceremony.
Russia has confirmed that a bomb brought down the jet in Egypt that killed 224 last month, after investigators discovered a homemade two-pound explosive. Retired U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer joins CBSN with insight.
The manhunt for suspects in the Paris terror attacks widens as police raids continue across France and Belgium. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobbe joins CBSN with the latest details from Paris.

National News Top Stories

Prancer hates men, other animals and has created a "demonic Chihuahua hellscape" in his foster's home.
One of the whales found washed up on the beach was struck by a ship, while the causes of death for the others is unknown.
Caron Nazario is suing two Windsor officers who threatened him, suggested he was facing execution and pepper sprayed him.
"I was not sure I wanted to share this, but decided it is important for all to know the painful reality of why" he has battled for gun safety, tweeted...
Desi Lydic explains "what the fake news is too fake to tell you" in the parody bit.
The Colorado Republican railed against “a political party that is laser-focused on destroying our freedoms” and people pointed out the same thing.
Max Boot nailed the irony of Carlson's anti-immigrant screeds in his opinion piece for The Washington Post.
The Fox News personality's latest incendiary comments came under the spotlight from the "CNN Tonight" anchor.

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