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Mother Who Leaves Children in Hot Car Receives Support and Disdain [Video]

Mother Who Leaves Children in Hot Car Receives Support and Disdain [Video]

A single Arizona mother of two, has just pleaded not guilty in Maricopa County Superior Court to charges of child abuse on Monday, April 7. Shanesha Taylor’s story is one that seems to resonate with so many others, struggling during these hard economic times. She is homeless, unemployed and raising her kids on food stamps. […]

Skydiver in Arizona Dead After World Record Attempt

Skydiver in Arizona Dead After World Record Attempt

A skydiver in Arizona jumped with more than 220 people in a world record attempt, but 46-year-old Diana Paris’ parachute malfunctioned and now she is dead after falling from the sky. Paris is from Berlin, Germany and she joined more than a couple hundred others in Eloy, Ariz. to break the world record for the […]

Origami Owl: Arizona Teen Bella Weems Builds $250 Million Jewelry Business

Origami Owl: Arizona Teen Bella Weems Builds $250 Million Jewelry Business

When Bella Weems was 14-years-old, she had just one dream and that was to get a car for her sixteenth birthday. The problem was, she didn’t have the money and her parents weren’t willing to buy a car for her. Instead, they told her if she really wanted a car, she would have to work […]

Arizona and Kansas Victorious in Voter Citizenship Requirement Suit

Arizona and Kansas Victorious in Voter Citizenship Requirement Suit

Arizona and Kansas proved victorious in their voter citizenship suit and can require new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship, and the U.S. Election Assistance Commission has been ordered to help them enforce the law, according to a federal judge. The U.S. District Court in Wichita, Kansas, ruled that the U.S. Election Assistance […]

Dog Mauled Four Year Old Boy Petition to Save Dogs Life

Dog Mauled Four Year Old Boy Petition to Save Dogs Life

In yet another example of placing an animal above a human there is an online petition to save the life of a dog that mauled a four-year old boy. The attorney for the dog, John Schill, stated in an interview that the babysitter should be held responsible, not the innocent dog. Yet it was the […]

Arizona Strengthens Gun Rights

Arizona Strengthens Gun Rights

In the old “wild west”, guns are about as common place to folks as the horses they ride in to town on. Perhaps that is a bad example considering it is the 21st century and cars appear to be the new mainstay of transportation (yes, even in Arizona); but then again, to some Democrat lawmakers, […]

FaceTime App Used by Toddler to Save His Mom (Video)

FaceTime App Used by Toddler to Save His Mom (Video)

FaceTime is not usually considered a life-saving App, but in one case, that is exactly what it was. A toddler boy used his technical skills to make a FaceTime call that saved his mom after she was attacked by a dog. The family lives in Tuscan, Az. and recently had a scare when the mother, […]

Abortion Provider Planned Parenthood Is Suing Arizona

Abortion Provider Planned Parenthood Is Suing Arizona

Going into effect on April 1, 2014, is a new law that would prohibit abortion providers from using RU-486, the abortion drug, after seven weeks. Planned Parenthood, on behalf of the state’s abortion providers, is suing Arizona in an attempt to repeal the law. Planned Parenthood in their legal statement said that the new law […]

Michele Bachmann Extreme Political Position Reaffirmed

Michele Bachmann Extreme Political Position Reaffirmed

Still claiming to carry the constitutional torch, Representative Michele Bachmann charged this week, reaffirming her extreme political position, that AZ Governor Jan Brewer should not have vetoed the controversial bill SB 1062. By doing so, she is contending that the constitutional rights of those with strongly-held religious beliefs are being slowly stripped away, only to produce a […]

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