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Court documents show Gilbert teen’s disappearance has connection to Lori Vallow case

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Some startling new claims in court documents involving the disappearance of an Arizona teenager who was found safe Friday in Alaska after sparking an international search. Blaze Thibaudeau is OK, but prosecutors want his mother and uncle extradited to Arizona to face charges.Court documents show a chilling connection to another Gilbert and Boise, Idaho case: Lori Vallow. She was sentenced to life in prison for killing her kids due to some kind of belief in a Biblical apocalypse.While Blaze is now sa...

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Some startling new claims in court documents involving the disappearance of an Arizona teenager who was found safe Friday in Alaska after sparking an international search. Blaze Thibaudeau is OK, but prosecutors want his mother and uncle extradited to Arizona to face charges.

Court documents show a chilling connection to another Gilbert and Boise, Idaho case: Lori Vallow. She was sentenced to life in prison for killing her kids due to some kind of belief in a Biblical apocalypse.

While Blaze is now safe, court documents reveal his dad feared the worst when he was gone, saying his mom shares similar views with Vallow.

Blaze’s story starts at Phoenix Sky Harbor. Court documents say his mom, Spring Thibaudeau, took her 16-year-old son out of school early last Monday to catch a flight to Boise.

His older sister, Abi, and Spring’s brother, Brook Hale, were also with them. Court documents say Brook was the leader of the group who shared doomsday beliefs.

Records show Spring believes Blaze is a “Davidic messenger,” meaning he will play a significant role in the second coming of Jesus Christ. Brook left notes behind for his family to find. One was a list of “Questions for the Lord,” including “Am I one of the witnesses who preaches with Blaze?”

Another letter was a will of sorts for his children, where he gave away his money and belongings due to a dream he had that the end of the world was near.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents found them all Friday near the Alaska/Canada border. Spring and Brook are now facing felony charges related to custodial interference, and Maricopa County is seeking extradition of them back to Arizona.

Blaze’s dad, Ben, filed for a marriage dissolution on Oct. 17 before all of this unfolded, and after he realized his son had been taken “against his will,” a judge granted him emergency sole custody.

The court documents point out Blaze does not agree with his mom’s end-of-the-world beliefs. It says he feels she suffers from mental illness. Spring has a family court date set for Wednesday.

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Video: New details on youth violence arrests, investigations and Gilbert Goons

VideoRick Kuehner’s son was attacked by the Gilbert Goons. Now he has learned that one of his son’s attackers won’t be charged, despite being on video during the incident. He describes his disbelief to Bruce and Gaydos. Video: Felisa Cárdenas and Ed Cole/KTAR News Subscribe to the KTAR Daily Newsletter: https://bit.ly/45MmM3G Read articles from KTAR […]8 hours agoWill Humble, Executive Director of the Arizona Public Health Association speaks with Chris and Joe about the potential legaliz...

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Rick Kuehner’s son was attacked by the Gilbert Goons. Now he has learned that one of his son’s attackers won’t be charged, despite being on video during the incident. He describes his disbelief to Bruce and Gaydos. Video: Felisa Cárdenas and Ed Cole/KTAR News Subscribe to the KTAR Daily Newsletter: https://bit.ly/45MmM3G Read articles from KTAR […]

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Will Humble, Executive Director of the Arizona Public Health Association speaks with Chris and Joe about the potential legalization of magic mushrooms. Video: Felisa Cárdenas and Ed Cole/KTAR News Subscribe to the KTAR Daily Newsletter: https://bit.ly/45MmM3G Read articles from KTAR News: https://ktar.com/ Download the KTAR app: https://ktar.com/the-ktar-newstalk-app/ Sign up for texts from KTAR: https://bit.ly/3EoCmGV Listen […]

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Clint Hickman announced Thursday he would not seek reelection to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. Hickman joined The Mike Broomhead Show to share more. Video: Felisa Cárdenas and Arin Shae/KTAR News

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The screening and housing process for unaccompanied minors on the border has been a continuous work in progress. Jim Sharpe considers the current state of the process and reflects on past reports regarding children crossing the border alone. Video: Jeremy Schnell and Felisa Cárdenas/KTAR News Photos: John Moore/Getty Images

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As details about the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting continue to emerge, Larry Gaydos and Bruce St. James feel like the information isn’t adding up. Video: Jeremy Schnell and Felisa Cárdenas/KTAR News Photo: David Eulitt/Getty Images

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Mike Broomhead reacts to the breaking news of Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman announcing he’s not running again for his position. Video: Felisa Cárdenas and Ed Cole/KTAR News

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Perry Puma Drive in Gilbert renamed Brock Purdy Way to honor 49ers QB

GILBERT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Queen Creek native Brock Purdy will be starting at quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday in the Super Bowl. As the former Perry Puma prepares for Sunday, his high school decided to do something to show their pride. For the next month or so, Perry Puma Drive will now be known as Brock Purdy Way.“The connection and relationships that he formed ...

GILBERT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Queen Creek native Brock Purdy will be starting at quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday in the Super Bowl. As the former Perry Puma prepares for Sunday, his high school decided to do something to show their pride. For the next month or so, Perry Puma Drive will now be known as Brock Purdy Way.

“The connection and relationships that he formed here when he was a student are still very strong,” Perry High School principal Heather Patterson said. “And he’s just a great young man.”

Right after Purdy’s Niners completed their comeback against the Packers in the first round of the playoffs, Patterson says people at Perry and throughout the town of Gilbert started planning different ways to show Purdy that here...he’s Purdy special. “We devised spirit days that had to do with high school and obviously the San Francisco 49ers,” she said. “It’s just been a whirlwind of excitement, and the campus has been electric.”

Tomorrow, the school will be a sea of white. The plan is for every student, teacher, and administrator to wear that ‘Brock Nation’ shirt, designed by Kyle Narducci. You might have guessed it, but Narducci is a Perry grad. “We’re true fans, and we are behind Brock 180 percent rain or shine,” Patterson said. “So we’re here for him, and I know he knows that.”

Purdy’s dad, Shawn, definitely does. He’s got this message for not just Puma Nation but all Arizonans who have been showing Purdy love this past decade. “I say when this is over, I want to text Hey Arizona thank you for supporting Brock,” Shawn told Sports360AZ’s Brad Cesmat. “It has been unbelievable.”

Patterson says the new street signs will remain up for about a month before being taken down but that there are other future plans in place to celebrate Purdy’s accomplishments.

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Goldwater Institute claims Gilbert controls online speech of town employees

GILBERT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — The town of Gilbert is being criticized for allegedly controlling what town employees are posting online.The Goldwater Institute says Gilbert’s Office of Digital Government (ODG) is one of the first types of departments that oversees communications and social media pages for all town entities. It was created ...

GILBERT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — The town of Gilbert is being criticized for allegedly controlling what town employees are posting online.

The Goldwater Institute says Gilbert’s Office of Digital Government (ODG) is one of the first types of departments that oversees communications and social media pages for all town entities. It was created about five years ago, according to Austin Vanderheyden, municipal affairs liaison at the institute. He’s looked into the ODG for the past several months. “If they don’t like what’s being posted, they’re going to let you know about it,” Vanderheyden said. “They’ve taken the ability for each department to speak for themselves and now they’re controlling all of that narrative.”

He claims there are 10 to 12 people monitoring Gilbert employees and their social media accounts. Vanderheyden says they are confronting people if they post views that do not fall in line with liberal politics, like supporting Black Lives Matter or LGBTQ+ initiatives. “If a fireman wanted to post about Thin Blue Line that was highly frowned upon. This is a free speech issue and I think you should be able to post whatever you want,” Vanderheyden said.

Workers in the ODG make anywhere from $60,000 to $200,000 a year. Part of their job is to watch these social media pages. The Goldwater Institute says people shouldn’t be punished or talked to for sharing their political views on either side of the aisle.

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Best Internet Providers in Gilbert, Arizona

What is the best internet provider in Gilbert?Cox is the best internet service provider in Gilbert, offering the fastest speeds and broadest coverage in the area. Prices are on the high side, and most plans increase after two years, but equipment is included in the monthly price.If you can get it, Quantum Fiber has the cheapest internet in Gilbert, with plans starting at just $30 per month. Unfortunately, only around one in 10 households have access to it. T-Mobile Home Inte...

What is the best internet provider in Gilbert?

Cox is the best internet service provider in Gilbert, offering the fastest speeds and broadest coverage in the area. Prices are on the high side, and most plans increase after two years, but equipment is included in the monthly price.

If you can get it, Quantum Fiber has the cheapest internet in Gilbert, with plans starting at just $30 per month. Unfortunately, only around one in 10 households have access to it. T-Mobile Home Internet is another good backup option, offering wireless internet with speeds up to 245Mbps and a price-lock guarantee.

Our methodology

CNET considers speeds, pricing, customer service and overall value to recommend the best internet service in Gilbert across several categories. Our evaluation includes referencing a proprietary database built over years of reviewing internet services. We validate that against provider information by spot-checking local addresses for service availability. We also do a close read of providers' terms and conditions and, when needed, will call ISPs to verify the details.

Despite our efforts to find the most recent and accurate information, our process has some limitations you should know about. Pricing and speed data are variable: Certain addresses may qualify for different service tiers, and monthly costs may vary, even within a city. The best way to identify your options is to plug your address into a provider's website.

Also, the prices, speed and other information listed above and in the provider cards below may differ from what we found in our research. The cards display the full range of a provider's pricing and speed across the US, according to our database of plan information provided directly by ISPs. At the same time, the text is specific to what's available in Gilbert. The prices referenced within this article's text come from our research and include applicable discounts for setting up automatic payments each month -- a standard industry offering. Other discounts and promotions might also be available for things like signing a term contract or bundling with multiple services.

To learn more about how we review internet providers, visit our full methodology page.

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Source: CNET analysis of provider data.

Source: CNET analysis of provider data.

How to find internet deals and promotions in Gilbert

The best internet deals and the top promotions in Gilbert depend on what discounts are available during a given period. Most deals are short-lived, but we look frequently for the latest offers.

Gilbert internet providers, such as Verizon, may offer lower introductory pricing or streaming add-ons for a limited time. Many providers, including Cox, Quantum Fiber and T-Mobile Home Internet, run the same standard pricing year-round.

For a more extensive list of promos, check out our guide on the best internet deals.

Source: CNET analysis of provider data.

What’s a good internet speed?

Most internet connection plans can now handle basic productivity and communication tasks. If you're looking for an internet plan that can accommodate videoconferencing, streaming video or gaming, you'll have a better experience with a more robust connection. Here's an overview of the recommended minimum download speeds for various applications, according to the FCC. Note that these are only guidelines and that internet speed, service and performance vary by connection type, provider and address.

For more information, refer to our guide on how much internet speed you really need.

How CNET chose the best internet providers in Gilbert

Internet service providers are numerous and regional. Unlike the latest smartphone, laptop, router or kitchen tool, it’s impractical to personally test every ISP in a given city. What’s our approach? We start by researching the pricing, availability and speed information drawing on our own historical ISP data, the provider sites and mapping information from the Federal Communications Commission at FCC.gov.

It doesn’t end there. We go to the FCC’s website to check our data and ensure we consider every ISP that provides service in an area. We also input local addresses on provider websites to find specific options for residents. We look at sources, including the American Customer Satisfaction Index and J.D. Power, to evaluate how happy customers are with an ISP’s service. ISP plans and prices are subject to frequent changes; all information provided is accurate as of the time of publication.

Once we have this localized information, we ask three main questions:

While the answer to those questions is often layered and complex, the providers who come closest to “yes” on all three are the ones we recommend. When it comes to selecting the cheapest internet service, we look for the plans with the lowest monthly fee, although we also factor in things like price increases, equipment fees and contracts. Choosing the fastest internet service is relatively straightforward. We look at advertised upload and download speeds, and also take into account real-world speed data from sources like Ookla and FCC reports.

To explore our process in more depth, visit our how we test ISPs page.

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