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Delivery driver saves a life

TUCSON - Dena Petrequin believes a delivery driver probably saved her husband's life during a fire. Wednesday afternoon, a milk barn at Jean and Dena Petrequin's Dream Catcher Farm and Ranch caught fire. "That's what takes care of my family," she said. "That's what they eat from. We... Read Story

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3 hours 12 minutes ago

Gov. Brewer signs gun bills into law

PHOENIX (AP) - Republican Gov. Jan Brewer wasted no time signing into law one of a series of gun bills approved by the Arizona Senate on Wednesday. Brewer signed House Bill 2483 Wednesday evening, shortly after it was transmitted to her office. Two other bills remain unsigned and a third... Read Story

4 hours 16 minutes ago

Body found along Arizona roadway

A corpse from a murder was found along a road in Buckeye, officials said. The dead person was found Wednesday afternoon, said Maricopa County Sheriff's officials. A sleeping bag covered the body with no ID. Investigators are confident that the death is not a suicide, said Lt. Brandon... Read Story

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6 hours 33 minutes ago

Fire truck crashes into California restaurant

MONTEREY PARK, Calif. (AP) - Two fire trucks answering a call have collided in a Los Angeles suburb, sending one careening into a restaurant and leaving 14 people, including several firefighters, injured, one critically. Monterey Park Fire Chief Jim Birrell says trucks from his city and neighboring Alhambra were responding... Read Story

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7 hours 59 minutes ago

Did GM reject switch recall because of cost?

Wednesday was another brutal day for General Motors as additional accusations surfaced that the giant automaker intentionally chose an ignition switch which turned out to be defective and dangerous because it was the cheaper choice. The ignition switch defect in question has been confirmed by General Motors, and is... Read Story

16 hours 2 minutes ago

Classes resume at Pennsylvania stabbing school

MURRYSVILLE, Pa. - Classes have resumed at a Pittsburgh-area high school one week after authorities say a student stabbed or slashed 21 others and a security guard while rampaging through a hallway with two kitchen knives. Before school began, students gathered Wednesday morning on the football field behind Franklin Regional... Read Story

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