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The annual Western Way Daze parade was overrun on March 13. Visitors from the future and unknown places throughout the universe descended on Western Way. The attack of the Killer Tomatoes Float assaulted on lookers with tomato filled balloons and ray guns. The crowd favorite, the Starship Enterprise, oscillating and rotating atop an automated float, quickly came to the rescue.
Who in the world would kidnap a woman from an insane asylum, and why?
(NAPSI)—Morocco has long been known to welcome cultural and religious diversity, and today it continues to demonstrate its commitment to religious tolerance.
House Speaker John Boehner said Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is "innocent until proven guilty" after the U.S. military charged him with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, but emphasized that he was more concerned about the circumstances of his release.
After a Republican-built budget passed the house yesterday, U.S. Representative Martha McSally released a statement. McSally was one of only 17 Republicans to vote against her party’s budget, which passed the House.
BBC News: A renowned Angolan journalist has been put on trial on charges of defaming military generals after he accused them of links to the "blood diamond" trade.
Around 8:30 a.m. on March 23, Marana Police Department (MPD) responded to a home near Cortaro and I-10 in reference an unknown problem call. The officers ultimately arrested 23 year-old Cody William Clark for criminal damage.
BBC News: Four Sun journalists have been cleared of paying public officials for stories.
Congresswoman visits large-scale employer
CNN: The ability of the U.S. and Canadian military to defend North America could be jeopardized by stepped up Russian military activity, according to the commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
Adm. William Gortney told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday that Russia is continuing to work on its program to deploy "long-range conventionally armed cruise missiles," that can be launched from its bomber aircraft, submarines and warships.
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(StatePoint) Were your ancestors humble farmers or wealthy nobility? Did they travel to find their fortune or have they always lived close to your current home? Exploring your genealogy can be fascinating.
CNN: Seven Marines and four Army aircrew were presumed dead Wednesday after their Black Hawk helicopter crashed into waters off the Florida Panhandle during a nighttime training mission.
Imagine it – a beautiful home never slept in by another soul. Everything brand spanking new, clean and perfect, nary a scuff mark to be found and with all the finishes tailored to your preferences.
The town of Marana hosted the 37th annual Founders’ Day over the weekend.
Recent near-hits in the skies over Marana’s increasingly busy airport are urging town officials to renew their appeal to the federal government for an air traffic control tower.
CNN: A man opposed to joint South Korean-U.S. military drills attacked the American ambassador in Seoul, slashing his face and arm as he was about to give a speech Thursday morning.
The Marana Regional Airport doesn’t have an air traffic control tower, but town and airport staff are hoping Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick can help make one a reality.
(NAPSI)—Years of helping other blinded veterans paid off recently for one dedicated volunteer, in the form of the Department of Veterans Affairs’s (VA) National Male Volunteer of the Year award.
BBC News: The US announced it will begin allowing sales of armed drones to some friendly and allied countries.
King makes his picks
Al Jazeera: Egypt's military has said it carried out air strikes against terrorist group ISIS targets in Libya, one day after the group released a video appearing to show the beheading of 21 Egyptians.
CNN: ISIS militants took full control of a western Iraqi town early Friday, bringing them within a few miles of an air base housing U.S. military personnel.