Close call for firefighters in Tempe; attempted kidnapping caught on video | Nightly Roundup

From an attempted kidnapping that was caught on camera to a close call for firefighters in Tempe, here's a look at some of the top stories on for Thursday, March 14, 2024.

1. A close call for Tempe firefighters


Tempe firefighters playing pickleball nearly hit by speeding car

It was a close call for a group of Tempe firefighters who were outside their fire station playing pickleball when a car came speeding toward them, causing them to quickly get out of the way.

2. A 32-hour workweek?


32-hour workweek? Bernie Sanders' bill would make it US law

Senator Bernie Sanders is proposing a 32-hour workweek with no loss of pay in America.

3. Low-cost Costco menu item might see price changes


Costco's $1.50 hot dog and soda combo may not be around forever

Costco’s hot dog and soda combo has long been a fixture of its food court, and so has the $1.50 price.

4. Controversial housing plan approved in Sedona


Sedona approves controversial plan to create space for workers to sleep in cars

The Sedona City council has given the green light to a project to let some workers sleep in their cars overnight. The town's mayor says it's not a great plan, but at least it's a plan. Meanwhile, some are trying to stop the plan from moving forward.

5. Attempted kidnapping caught on camera


Suspect arrested after attempted kidnapping of Glendale girl was caught on video, PD says

A 14-year-old Glendale girl who was walking home from school appeared to have almost been kidnapped and police say the suspect has been arrested.

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