Nightly Roundup: Record-breaking heat continues in Phoenix; details on emergency alert test

From another day of record-breaking heat for the Valley, to an update on an alleged case of neglect involving a quadriplegic man in Arizona, here's a look at some of the top stories on for Monday, August 28, 2023.

1. Another record falls amid extreme heat in Phoenix


NWS: Phoenix breaks record high set over a decade ago

It's a day of record-breaking heat for the Phoenix area, according to officials with the National Weather Service.

2. Arrests made in alleged abuse of disabled man


3 arrested following neglect allegations involving quadriplegic man outside of hospital

Police say they have arrested three people in connection with an alleged incident of neglect involving a quadriplegic man who was dumped onto the ground outside a Phoenix area hospital.

3. Surveillance of driver led Glendale Police into Phoenix


Glendale Police led into Phoenix after driver allegedly hits unmarked patrol car and flees

Glendale Police were led into central Phoenix on Monday after officers were conducting surveillance on a driver who reportedly struck an unmarked patrol car and fled the scene.

4. Deadly shooting in North Carolina


UNC-Chapel Hill faculty member shot and killed in campus building, authorities say

University officials also did not immediately identify the staffer who was killed and said it was too soon to offer a possible motive.

5. All in a day's work for delivery driver?


FedEx delivery driver kills rattlesnake on rural Nebraska porch

"Hope you didn’t have a pet rattlesnake," the delivery driver texted the homeowner, letting them know what had just happened on their front porch.

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National emergency alert test planned by FEMA, FCC: Here's what you should know

A test of the country's emergency alert system is set to take place later on this year. Here's what you should know about the test, as well as the systems that will be tested.

Finally, your weather forecast for tonight