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Unarmed black man killed by white Phoenix officer

usatoday.com — PHOENIX - The facts surrounding Rumain Brisbon's death - the ones that could be agreed upon as of Wednesday evening - follow a narrative familiar to a nation still reeling from the racially charged police incidents in Ferguson, Mo., New York City and elsewhere.

Ahwatukee residents forced from homes after natural gas leak

azcentral.com — Eight Ahwatukee homeowners were driven from their homes after a contractor discovered a natural gas leak by chance last week, forcing the residents to evacuate with no return date in sight. It's the second time this year that a natural gas leak has forced southeast Valley residents from their homes for at least a week.

Are violent gang members among migrant children?

azcentral.com — Volatile, politically charged news stories such as the child-migrant crisis are usually accompanied by rumors and half-truths. So what are we to make of the current "red alert" from pundits and politicians that MS-13 gang members are embedded with the masses of Central American teens turning themselves in at the Texas border?

Brazil, soccer, ABC futebol

azcentral.com — After spending two days with the talent development unit of the ABC Futebol Clube, I understand a little better why the phrase "the club" wields so much influence. ABC is in its 99th year of league play in Natal. It ranks in the top 35 clubs in Brazil out of more than 400 in terms of attendance.

Heroin's hidden journey

usatoday.com — NOGALES, Ariz. - The driver of a blue Dodge Durango appeared unusually nervous to a Customs and Border Protection officer working one of the eight lanes at the Dennis DeConcini Port of Entry, among the busiest entrances into the U.S. from Mexico.

World Cup fuels Brazil's brand of occupy protests

wtsp.com — ( AZ Central) -- In the days leading up to the World Cup, you can feel both electricity and anger in the streets of Rio de Janeiro. On one street, rows of green-and-yellow ribbons are strung overhead with banners celebrating the upcoming games.

World Cup fuels Brazil's brand of occupy protests

azcentral.com — In the days leading up to the World Cup, you can feel both electricity and anger in the streets of Rio de Janeiro. On one street, rows of green-and-yellow ribbons are strung overhead with banners celebrating the upcoming games. On another street, graffiti shows a soccer ball with the question, "Who is the cup really for?"

World Cup: Futbol sparks religious fervor in Rio

azcentral.com — A journey through the neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro on a recent Sunday morning revealed why soccer is like a religion in that country. It's most obvious on that day of the week, when people are off work, families gather and some of the biggest professional matches are played.

Glendale man wants officer cited for handicap parking violation

azcentral.com — A national advocate for people with disabilities is urging Glendale to issue a parking citation to a police officer who the advocate says left his patrol car in a handica p parking space for hours on Saturday.

Family files claim against Phoenix in police shooting death of man

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Feb 28, 2015

RT @TheOnion: Friend Working At Milwaukee History Museum Could Probably Get You In For Free onion.com/1GzEqGH pic.twitter.com/Re4BJDUDuV

Feb 27, 2015

RT @nytimes: The Department of Homeland Security runs out of money at midnight nyti.ms/17EpbjB

Feb 27, 2015

RT @meganrcassidy: Arpaio attorneys seek settlement, not contempt hearing azc.cc/1BHVADu via @azcentral

Feb 27, 2015

RT @mpsaz: . @JoeDanaReports has written a wonderful article about Dr. Cowan's commitment to our teachers and students. azc.cc/1BHORJL

Feb 27, 2015

Hasn't anyone notified dark money target/Mesa schools superintendent that he's supposed to accept pay raises? #12news azc.cc/1BHORJL

Feb 27, 2015

"Dark money" target Mesa superintendent repeatedly defies intentions of lawmakers... But I'm ok with it: azcentral.com/story/joedanar…

Feb 26, 2015

RT @Ashors1: @JoeDanaReports Candle light Vigil Sun 5:30pm 4 all our Assyrian Christians in Syria & Iraq, Foothills Park 59th ave & Union …

Feb 26, 2015

Sky 12 on a different kind of police chase. 2 reckless runaway llamas in Sun City. Notice the sheriff's car. #12news pic.twitter.com/azF7T5sGpy

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