(WFLX) - Wearable technology for fitness is a hot trend for humans, but new wearable devices hitting the market are meant to monitor man's best friend. Pet wellness is serious business with AmericansMore >>
Wearable technology for fitness is a hot trend for humans, but new wearable devices hitting the market are meant to monitor man's best friend. More >>
By Christina Noce STUART, FL (WFLX) - Seven new artificial reefs will begin being built in southern Martin County on Monday. About 3,500 tons of concrete material will be deployed in the waters southMore >>
About 3,500 tons of concrete material will be deployed in the waters south of the St. Lucie Inlet to create seven new artificial reefs.More >>
(WFLX) - The saying goes: "You are what you eat", and now the latest diet craze is taking that to heart with people cutting entire food groups out of their diets to cure a variety of ailments -- oftenMore >>
The saying goes: "You are what you eat", and now the latest diet craze is taking that to heart with people cutting entire food groups out of their diets to cure a variety of ailments -- often without the guidance of a health professional.
By Chris Stewart WEST PALM BEACH, FL (WFLX) - Traffic could slow up this week at the Southern Bridge. Crews will doing road work between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. now through Thursday. Traffic will be restrictedMore >>
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(WFLX) - A Florida woman is using technology to help find her stolen phone after her "app" catches the thief in the act! Last week, Cathy Carter says, she left her windows down during a brief trip toMore >>
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PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ (CBS5) -
The wife of a fallen Hotshot Sean Misner has welcomed the couple's son into the world.
Before his death, Sean, 26, and his wife Amanda Misner picked the name Jaxon for their little boy, but after all that happened, Amanda had a change of heart.
She named her son Sean Jaxon Herbert Misner after his dad and grandfather. She said the little guy will go by the name Jaxon.
Sean died on June 30 with 18 fellow Prescott Granite Mountain Hotshots while battling the Yarnell Hill Fire near Prescott.
In 2010, Sean worked at Los Olivos grocery as a produce manager where he met his wife Amanda Wilkinson, knowing he already had plans to move to Auburn, Alabama. Sean and Amanda decided to try to make a long distance relationship work.
Sean proposed on his birthday, April 8, 2012, which he always told her was because it was a gift for both of them. On September 15, 2012, Sean and Amanda were married. After the wedding, Sean moved to Prescott Valley and worked with Mountain West Aviation as a line tech, while pursuing his dream and passion of becoming a wildland firefighter.
On Jan. 1, 2013, Sean found out he was going to be a father for the first time. On April 8, 2013, Sean's 26th birthday, he found out that he was going to be having a son.
On April 9, he started his first day with the Granite Mountain Hotshots. The night before Sean lost his life he lay next to his son and spoke to him just so that his son could hear his voice, for the fear that his son would not know him, due to being out on fires.
His family wrote a tribute to him at the time of his death - read it here.
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Thursday, July 24 2014 4:23 PM EDT2014-07-24 20:23:25 GMT
The Yavapai County Medical Examiner has confirmed the identities of four people who died after a single-engine plane crashed in rough terrain northwest of Sedona on Sunday.More >>
The victims were the pilot, Jonathan McGeary, 22, of Flagstaff; Levi Wallace, 23, of Prescott; Johanna Naber, 18, of Shellbrook, Saskatchewan Canada; and Sabrina Giebelen, 19, of Krefeld, Germany.More >>
Tuesday, July 15 2014 1:59 PM EDT2014-07-15 17:59:16 GMT
Use of cables and helicopters to drag and lift logs from forest slopes are among thinning alternatives under consideration to protect Flagstaff from wildfire and its watershed from flooding.The ArizonaMore >>
Use of cables and helicopters to drag and lift logs from forest slopes are among thinning alternatives under consideration to protect Flagstaff from wildfire and its watershed from flooding.More >>