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PHOENIX (AP) _ These Arizona lotteries were drawn Friday:

A woman died and a man was rescued and treated for hypothermia after they were caught in extreme cold weather while hiking in Utah’s Zion National Park. The National Park Service says the married couple were on a permitted, 16-mile hike through an known as the Narrows on Tuesday and Wednesday. The woman, 31, and the man, 33, were not identified. The park's rescue team responded Wednesday morning and found the man on a trail being helped by other hikers and transported him to the Zion Emergency Operations Center for treatment. Rescuers administered emergency aid to the woman but determined she had died.


After having made 134 DUI arrests so far this year, the short staffed Coconino County Sheriff’s Office received support in impaired driving enforcement, in the form of a grant totaling at $27,000. The money will help pay for overtime hours, and equipment the department needs to keep DUI prevention a top organizational priority.

Flagstaff Police are investigating a stabbing that took place over the weekend. The victim was stabbed three times and taken to Flagstaff Medical Center, after seeking help at Flagstaff Shelter Services. 

Joe Cervantez has a cold. He caught it in a parking lot in Moenkopi, sometime around 3 a.m. on Election Day, as he crossed through the shock of freezing high desert between his hotel room and his van.

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