Hot Links: Tuition Surcharges, Bee Stings, and Facebook

The Arizona Board of Regents will vote today on a proposed tuition surcharge for Arizona's universities. ASU's proposed surcharge is $600 a year for state residents, and $800 a year for out-of-state students...A 9-year-old boy in Queen Creek was walking home from school Wednesday when he was attacked by bees. The boy suffered about 20 stings and was taken to Gilbert Hospital for treatment. He's expected to make a full recovery...Phoenix Children's Hospital is restricting visitations because of the swine flu scare. Only two adults will be allowed to visit a child at a time, and no children will be allowed to visit the wards...About 30 suspected illegal immigrants were arrested this morning after a traffic stop on Interstate 10 near Wild Horse Pass. Police pulled over a white van, and say dozens of people leaped from the van and ran. Twenty-eight people were taken into custody, and Department of Public Safety is looking for eight more people...A young woman walking home from school in Glendale was allegedly sexually assaulted yesterday. Police are looking for the suspect, who is described as a dark-skinned male between 35 and 45, with a tattoo on his left forearm...A woman in Rome, Italy dumped her fiance days before their wedding after finding a photo of him on Facebook with his head between a woman's breasts. This just goes to show that what happens on the Internet never stays on the Internet.

Arizona college tuition surcharges up for vote

9-year-old attacked by bees, hospitalized

Hospital restricts visitors during flu scare

Nearly 30 suspected illegal immigrants caught in traffic stop

Suspect Sought in Glendale Sexual Assault

Woman dumps fiance after scandalous Facebook photo

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Niki D'Andrea has covered subjects including drug culture, women's basketball, pirate radio stations, Scottsdale staycations, and fine wine. She has worked at both New Times and Phoenix Magazine, and is now a freelancer.
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