Thursday Dec 5
WLFI-TV West Lafayette
Skydivers return to Arizona site...
Skydivers, from all over the world, release from one another after joining together in the air during a group jump at Eloy Municipal Airport, on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013, in Eloy, Ariz.
CBS 3 Springfield
Police ID 2 skydivers killed in AZ midair collision
Police have released the names of two skydivers who died after they collided midair during a jump in southern Arizona on Tuesday afternoon.
Two skydivers die, one hurt after mid-air collision
Two skydivers died and a third was hurt Tuesday after colliding in mid-air near Eloy, Ariz., according to Tucson News Now and other news organizations.
The Fresno Bee
2 skydivers dead after colliding during Ariz. jump
Eloy police Sgt. Brian Jerome says witnesses told authorities both skydivers had open parachutes when they collided about 200 to 300 feet above the ground Tuesday afternoon.
New York Daily News
Three hurt after midair skydiving collision over Eloy, Ariz.: report
At least three people have been hurt after a midair skydiving collision over Eloy, Arizona, according to reports.
Metro UK News
Falling into the record books: International group of daredevils...
'Everyone has to perform together, which is what makes the record so challenging,' said Nancy Koreen, of the US Parachute Association.
News Minute: Here is the latest Arizona news from The Associated Press
Glendale police are investigating an intersection following a deadly crash involving two pedestrians, a police car and other vehicles.
Greenwood resident taking part in world record sky diving attempt
Greenwood resident Jeanna Lee is part of a team attempting a sky diving world record for women's vertical head-down formation.
Nothing To Do With Arbroath
Man named Angel claims he was set up by the devil
A 36-year-old man said he was "set up by the devil" before breaking into and robbing an Arizona City house on Monday.
West Hawaii Today
Sentence reduced for former police sergeant convicted in wife's murder
The Hawaii Paroling Authority has reduced the minimum sentence for a former Big Island police sergeant convicted in the 1992 kidnapping and murder of his wife, Yvonne.