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Top Phoenix news: Public libraries doing away with late fees; plane crashes into building; more

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Phoenix.

New downtown Phoenix Fry's store will bring a much-needed grocery store to the area

Fry’s Food Stores announced Tuesday the downtown location at First and Jefferson streets will open October 23.

Read the full story on 12NEWS.

Phoenix public libraries doing away with late fees

Starting in November, Phoenix will be the largest city in the U.S. with a fine-free library system.

Read the full story on 12NEWS.

Phoenix farmer donates shoes to Ignacio Conshos School students

The couple wanted to help out the local kids in the neighborhood who come from low-income homes.

Read the full story on 12NEWS.

Caught on camera: Cat rescued from car engine in Phoenix

A cat-ostrophe was avoided when rescuers pounced into action to save a cat that found the worst place ever to hide.

Read the full story on 12NEWS.

Light plane crashes into building at small Arizona airport

A light plane has crashed into a building at a small airport south of metro Phoenix. 

Read the full story on NBC10 Boston.


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