Top Phoenix news: Firefighters rescue teen in chimney; brawl at high school basketball game; more

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Phoenix firefighters rescue 17-year-old girl trapped in chimney

A teenage girl in Arizona is safe after having to be rescued from her friend's chimney.

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Phoenix light rail to have slight service delays between Dec. 21 and Jan. 5

Valley Metro announced Monday instead of arriving every 12 minutes, the light rail trains will arrive at platforms every 24 minutes during this period.

Read the full story on 12NEWS.

Wild brawl erupts at Phoenix high school basketball game

Players from Mesa Skyline High School and Cesar Chavez High School were lining up to shake hands late Saturday after the Phoenix Union High School District Coyote Classic tournament when a student from Chavez threw a punch, setting off an ugly free-for-all involving coaches, players and spectators, video obtained by the Arizona Republic showed.

Read the full story on New York Post.

Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver sells Arizona estate for $19.5M

While his team has been beleaguered on the court, Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver has shown he has some game in the real estate market.

Read the full story on SeattlePI .

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