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March for Babies-Tucson 2014

TUCSON - On April 27, Tucson will participate in March of Dimes, March for Babies. It promises to be a fun day out with people who share the March of Dimes passion for improving the health of babies. News 4 Tucson is a proud sponsor of the event. ... Read Story

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Senior CPS supervisors fired

PHOENIX (AP) - Five senior Arizona child welfare employees were fired Wednesday for orchestrating a plan that led to more than 6,500 Arizona child abuse and neglect cases being closed without investigations, officials said. The firings were the first major personnel action since the cases were discovered in November. Charles... Read Story

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School vouchers bill moves forward

PHOENIX (AP) - The Arizona House has given initial approval to a bill that would help expedite the approval process for parents of some students in the state school voucher program. But the other major component of Senate Bill 1237 was stripped out by an amendment on Wednesday. That provision... Read Story

2 hours 55 minutes ago

Arizona fireworks rules changed

PHOENIX (AP) - Small counties will be able to limit fireworks sales and use during times of high fire danger, and statewide, they can be sold only during weeks long windows around the New Year's and July Fourth holidays under a bill signed by Gov. Jan Brewer. The law also... Read Story

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3 hours 35 minutes ago

Study: workplace deaths can be prevented

SAN DIEGO - More than 50,000 U.S. workers die each year due to work injuries and illnesses. According to a report released by the National Council on Occupational Safety and Health Preventable Deaths 2014, many of the injuries and illnesses that are killing American workers can be prevented. ... Read Story

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Serial kidnapper had 'movable dungeon'

Investigators in Portland, Oregon say a man shot and killed by police last month had been stalking women in a van that he had converted into a "moveable dungeon." Inside Kelly Swoboda's van police found chains and rope padlocked to the floor. He also had zip-ties and latex gloves.... Read Story

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8 hours 24 minutes ago

How dirty is your money?

What's green and white and filled with germs? Your cash. Researchers from New York University's "Dirty Money Project" found that there are hundreds of bacteria lying all over our cash. Most people we spoke to said it's not surprising because of how many hands those bills actually go... Read Story

11 hours 52 minutes ago

Wrigley Field turns 100

CHICAGO (AP) - Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs, marks the 100th anniversary of its first game on Wednesday with a matchup against Arizona. The ballpark that opened as Weeghman Park on April 23, 1914, has hosted millions of fans and been the scene of some of baseball's... Read Story

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