Nightly Roundup: Sad end to search for missing high school student, Arizona woman's murder examined

From the latest on the heat wave that Arizonans are dealing with, to a first date that resulted in an East Valley man's arrest, here's a look at some of the top stories on for Tuesday, July 18, 2023.

1. True crimes show episode explores murder of Arizona woman


Arizona woman murdered by her live-in lover after years of fraud, daughter says: 'Everything was a lie'

The tragic case of wealthy businesswoman Loretta Bowersock is the subject of the true-crime docuseries 'Buried in the Backyard.'

2. Sad end to search for missing high school student


Phoenix high school student-athlete found dead in Show Low Lake

The search for a 15-year-old boy who went missing while swimming in Show Low Lake has come to a tragic end.

3. Couple makes shocking find inside their home


The Scottsdale couple behind a bobcat and her baby's rescue

Amazing efforts were made to bring both a mom and baby bobcat to safety after they were found inside a Scottsdale home. Now, the couple who found the duo and devised an elaborate plan to get them out is talking about the unique ordeal.

4. 1st date ends with sexual misconduct allegations for Arizona man


Arizona man accused of sexually assaulting a woman during their first date: court documents

A 21-year-old Gilbert man is accused of sexual assault, according to investigators, following an incident that happened during a first date with a woman.

5. It was another hot day for Arizona


Phoenix hits 118F, tying record for hottest day so far in 2023

The extreme heat scorching Phoenix set a new record on July 18, the 19th consecutive day temperatures hit at least 110 degrees Fahrenheit in a summer of suffering echoing around much of the globe.

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