Police in Flagstaff have identified a body found near the Walmart store on Huntington Drive.Officers said Alejandro James Montoya, 35, of Flagstaff died sometime before Feb. 7.A citizen found his body and alerted two police officers around 8 p.m. that evening.Investigators said it looked like Montoya used a small backpack as a pillow and curled up and went to sleep.They didn't find any footprints around the body or any signs of foul play.Now, detectives are working to figure out what caused Montoya's death.Copyright 2013 CBS 5 (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.
Firefighters have extinguished a fire at the Chester’s BBQ at the intersection of 6th Street and Veterans Parkway.
The case against a man Columbus police say is connected to a deadly shooting will continue.
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A local group announcing a new 4-year scholarship for Alabama teens that attend Central High and Glenwood School.
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