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Hot Links: Pot Bust, H1N1 Death, and a Two-Headed Baby

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A Douglas man was arrested at the U.S. port of entry with almost 700 pounds of marijuana Sunday night. The unnamed man, 20, was driving an F-150 truck loaded with pot, and was turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement...An English teacher at Higley and Williams Field high schools has died from the H1N1 virus. The teacher, Gail Stapleton, had been on medical leave from Higley Unified School District since September 30...Valley actor Scott C. Jeffers, who was starring in the Childsplay musical Androcles and the Lion, died Saturday after a performance. His cause of death has not been determined. He was 38...500 people showed up at the new Krispy Kreme store in Glendale Monday, hoping to get jobs. Owner Dan Brinton said candidates ranged in age from 15 to 65, and qualifications varied from no education to PhDs.The store is set to open November 10...

Two people are in custody after allegedly stealing thousands of bags from Sky Harbor Airport. The couple, Keith King, 62, and Stacy Legg-King, 38, reportedly had the bags in their home and are facing charges of burglary and tampering with evidence...A two-headed baby was rescued in China, after police received reports of an infant crying. The child was apparently abandoned by its mother, whom Chinese authorities are seeking. Doctors say the child is completely healthy except for its two heads.



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