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State Rep. Anthony Kern: 'Do You Want LGBTQ Rights to Take Over?' Republican State Representative Anthony Kern warned a group of right-wing activists on Wednesday that "LGBTQ rights" could "take over" under Democratic rule, according to audio of his remarks posted online by a liberal group.

Cat stuck in tree for over 5 days rescued by Glendale Fire Department GLENDALE - A good Samaritan is responsible for helping to save a cat that was stuck in a tree more than five days! According to the Glendale Police Department, they received a call on Thursday morning around 8:30 a.m. from a member of Glendale fire who also volunteers at an animal rescue.

First autism-friendly park coming to Tucson The City of Tucson approved the construction of a new park specifically designed for kids on the autism spectrum on Tuesday. The park will be with the Intermountain Academy new center on the Westside between North Commerce Park Loop and Bonita Ave. It's a two acre lot that was developed for more than a year.

Wealthy German family gives millions to Holocaust survivors BERLIN - One of Germany's richest families, which owns Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Pret A Manger and other international brands, is giving millions to support Holocaust survivors as it seeks to atone for its use of forced laborers during the Nazi era and its enthusiastic support of Adolf Hitler, The Associated Press has learned.

PHX Beer Co. has closed its 7th Street brewpub - at least "temporarily" PHOENIX - PHX Beer Co., one of the newest breweries to join the beer scene in Phoenix, has closed its restaurant on 7th Street. at least temporarily. "We temporarily closed our 7th Street location last month and are currently brewing up some new ideas.

Fraud suspect arrested at Cottonwood Walmart, police seek second suspect Police were told that a male subject took electronic equipment off the shelf and met up with a female in another part of the store and handed it over to her. She, in turn, allegedly presented a receipt and the electronic equipment in an attempt to "return" the item, according to the report.

Las Vegas teacher creates 'giving closet' to help students in need No child should go to school hungry, but that's the reality for many students. That's why a teacher at a Las Vegas elementary school started a "giving closet" to provide snacks and necessities, so students can focus on learning. For some of Kristan Nigro's students at Steve Schorr Elementary School, lunch is their last meal of the day.

Representative looks to make sex without consent a crime in Indiana - Currently, sex without consent is not a crime in Indiana. Under Indiana law, rape is defined as sex compelled by force or threat of force, if the other person is unaware, or if the other person is mentally disabled and can't give consent. But consent itself is not defined in Indiana's code.

Christmas gifts for families in need stolen from nonprofit's trailer Thieves ripped through a metal hand bar to get into a nonprofit's trailer and stole gifts that were meant for families in need in Tennessee.

University of Tenn. shirt designed by 4th grader raises nearly $1 million for STOMP Out Bullying A University of Tennessee shirt designed by a fourth grader has raised almost $1 million for STOMP Out Bullying. The student who designed the shirt, a boy from Florida who is a fan of U.T., did so out of his desire to represent the university during his elementary school's "College Colors Day." Because he didn't own any U.T.

State to reopen closed prison to house booming female population The Department of Corrections will reopen a shuttered prison in Douglas to deal with the fact th…

Greta Thunberg is Time's Person of the Year, jealous Donald Trump flips out Oh boy, the flat-earth climate change deniers are going to be "triggered" over Time Magazine's Person of the Year. Greta Thunberg: TIME's Person of the Year 2019:. That Greta Thunberg is the youngest individual ever named TIME's Person of the Year says as much about the moment as it does about her.

YouTube unveils stricter harassment policy, barring racist and homophobic insults On Wednesday, the Google-owned video platform said it would take a "stronger stance" against threats and personal attacks, among other changes intended to address the safety of its community. YouTube said it would now prohibit "veiled" or "implied" threats, not just explicit ones.

Trump criticizes climate activist Thunberg after Time honor She has drawn large crowds with her fiery appearances at protests and conferences over the past year and a half.

Siri saves man's life after he asked her to call 911 when his car slipped into an icy river When his car slipped into an icy river, his only option was to ask Siri to call 911.

Michael Vick will still be honored at Pro Bowl despite petition, pushback over dogfighting Former QB Michael Vick will still be honored at the Pro Bowl, despite a petition and pushback over his dogfighting conviction a decade ago.

Judiciary panel debates Trump impeachment, moves toward vote WASHINGTON - The House Judiciary Committee opened a marathon session Thursday as the sharply partisan panel took the first steps toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

Family of toddler who fell to her death from cruise ship sues Royal Caribbean The lawsuit says the glass panes on the deck can be slid open by any passenger, and the walls didn't contain warnings that the panes could open. Chloe's family argues the cruise line failed to comply with industry safety standards to prevent guests from falling from windows.

City of Tucson's TreeCycle Program starts Dec. 26 The City of Tucson is getting ready for its 23rd annual Treecycle Program. Starting the day after Christmas, you can recycle your tree through Jan. 12. Remove all of the lights, ornaments and decorations from the trees before dropping it off at one of the locations throughout Tucson and Oro Valley.

MUSD teacher resigns after alleged inappropriate relationship with student School administrators contacted the Pima County Sheriff's Department with the allegation on Monday. Following an investigation, no arrest was made but the teacher in question has resigned. No further information has been released at this time.

The Last Resort: Collecting money after you go to court PHOENIX - It's the last resort, suing an individual or business in small claims court in hopes of getting back what you're owed. However, winning doesn't always mean you'll get paid. Here are five ways to get your money back:. Each county has different rules and regulations that need to be followed, so be sure to read those below:.

PD: Man shot near Priest and Rio Salado Parkway in Tempe TEMPE, AZ - Tempe police are investigating a shooting that left a man with serious injuries overnight. Officers were dispatched to the area of Priest Drive and Rio Salado Parkway just after midnight Thursday when they received a call about a shooting.

Brooks, Jackson lead Grizzlies over Suns 115-108 Phoenix jetted to an early 11-0 lead on Memphis but the advantage was "fools gold" said head coach Monty Williams.

Baffert and Pletcher take center stage at UA's annual horse racing symposium UA grads Bob Baffert and Todd Pletcher have gone from Tucson to the top of the horse racing world as winning trainers.

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