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1. Obama vows justice for James Foley
On August 18, Donna Rose Smith accepted a plea agreement in the death of her son, Patrick Michael Smith.
Since August 2012, the Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) Criminal Investigations Unit, along with the Tucson Airport Authority Police Department (TAAPD), has been working on a fraud case involving Brittney Leigh Underwood. The investigation revealed there were more than 40 people victimized by Underwood and more than $85,000 dollars fraudulently charged by her. On August 11, 2014, Underwood accepted a plea agreement and was sentenced to 14 years in prison for the following charges: aggravated taking identity of another, fraud schemes and forgery.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a lower court’s ruling that convicted Arizona double-murderer Michael Murdaugh should get a new hearing on his death sentence.
1. Seattle approves a $15 minimum wage
1. Ukraine's new leader hammers rebels while promising diplomacy
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John Gaw, 45, and Deanna Gaw, 42, were sentenced in Pinal County after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary, each.
(NAPSI)—With a background in business, baby boomer Brenda Granger was interested in learning more about her community and human services. She also wanted to make life better for older adults in her community.
1. U.S. strengthens sanctions against Russia over Crimea crisis
In a 911 recording played during day one of the trial of David Arnold Mota – the man charged with shooting and killing 22-year-old Joshua Switalski in a road rage case in Oro Valley – Switalski’s girlfriend, April Taylor, can be heard frantically yelling, “Oh my God, he’s been shot… Josh, stay with me.”
1. Crimea votes to leave Ukraine and join Russia
1. Experts see no signs of terrorism in Malaysian plane mystery
1. Romney says the Lewinsky scandal shouldn't matter in 2016
1. Senate launches a fight over extending unemployment benefits
1. Attack on Somali hotel leaves at least six dead
1. Congressional negotiators reach a budget deal
Today, Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles made a major announcement regarding the fate of Christmas and Santa in Pinal County.
1. ObamaCare website faces crucial new deadline
The trial for a man charged with murder in a road rage case in Oro Valley that was slated to begin this week has been postponed to March 18.
1. Senators renew debt talks after House scraps vote
Typically whenever a movie succumbs to the redundant car chase, it means that the screenwriter officially ran out of story to tell. It’s clear that the people behind “Getaway” never had any story to start with, as the entire film plays out like an extended car chase from its opening scene to its ridiculous ending.