Nightly Roundup: AZ woman accused of trying to poison husband; taking a close look at ALS

From a Tucson woman accused of trying to poison her husband, to an orphaned owl that is now being taken care of by a Phoenix area organization, here's a look at some of the top stories on for Monday, August 7, 2023.

1. Crime Files: Woman accused of trying to poison husband


Crime Files: Arizona woman accused of pouring chlorine in Air Force husband's coffee

An Arizona woman is accused of attempting to poison her husband, a U.S. Air Force airman, by pouring chlorine into his coffee. Here's a closer look at her case.

2. Viral video shows brawl in the South


Brawl at Montgomery, Alabama riverfront dock caught on video

A massive brawl broke out on a riverfront dock in Montgomery, Alabama, on Saturday evening over what appeared to be the docking of a pontoon boat, and the city’s mayor says several "reckless" individuals were detained.

3. Orphaned owl handed over to Arizona wildlife organization


'Wrong' & 'illegal': Orphaned owl held by Arizona resident handed over to Liberty Wildlife 6 months later

An orphaned owl was held onto by someone for half a year until finally bringing the bird to Liberty Wildlife. It's a decision that will impact the owl for the rest of its life as it's now too domesticated to be released into the wild. "It should be terrified of humans, it should not want to be around humans."

4. President Biden in Arizona


Biden traveling to Arizona, will visit Grand Canyon

President Joe Biden is setting out Monday on a Western swing aimed at showcasing his work on conservation, clean energy and veterans’ benefits as he seeks to draw an implicit contrast between his administration’s accomplishments and former President Donald Trump’s legal troubles.

5. What is ALS?


ALS: What you should know about the incurable, debilitating disease

With news that actress Sandra Bullock's longtime partner has died due to ALS, people are once again talking about the debilitating, incurable illness. Here's what you should know about the condition that is also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

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