Nightly Roundup: Massive fire near Downtown Phoenix, new owner for 'cheapest livable home' in the Valley

From a fire that prompted a massive multi-agency response in Phoenix to a shocking discovery in the West Valley, here's a look at some of the top stories on for Wednesday, August 2, 2023.

1. Massive fire burns in Phoenix


Over 100 firefighters responded to 4-alarm fire near Downtown Phoenix: FD

A fire in an industrial area near Downtown Phoenix prompted a rather big response from multiple agencies, according to Phoenix Fire officials.

2. Investigation after body was found in the West Valley 


Dead body with gunshot wounds found in Glendale, PD says

Glendale Police say they found a dead body with gunshot wounds Wednesday afternoon.

3. Cheapest livable home in the Valley has a new owner


Man buys cheapest livable home in Phoenix after bidding war

The cheapest home you can buy in Phoenix that is livable now has a new owner.

4. New twist in Alicia Navarro case


Mom of missing Arizona girl found safe in Montana says family has been 'harassed'

The mother of a missing Arizona teen who was found safe hundreds of miles away in Montana years after she vanished says that her family has been harassed since news of her daughter's discovery just south of the U.S.-Canadian border broke.

5. Maricopa County Sheriff makes department announcements


Lake Pleasant deaths, jail drug seizures: MCSO Sheriff Paul Penzone makes department announcements

Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone held a press conference on several different topics, including recent Lake Pleasant deaths, the status of jail body scanners and K-9 officers.

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