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Hot Links: Woman Crawling on Freeway Causes Crash; Illegal Immigrant College Grads Can't Find Jobs; State Losing Jobs at Faster Pace

A woman crawling on the U.S. 60 freeway was hit by three cars and caused a collision -- police don't know what she was doing there; she probably didn't know, either. Tempe's photo enforcement program is raking in dough. Navajo down: Phoenix Symphony releases CD of oratorio inspired by a...

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A woman crawling on the U.S. 60 freeway was hit by three cars and caused a collision -- police don't know what she was doing there; she probably didn't know, either. Tempe's photo enforcement program is raking in dough. Navajo down: Phoenix Symphony releases CD of oratorio inspired by a Native American epic. Shocker of the week: Illegal immigrants who received private grants to attend Arizona universities are having trouble getting jobs. A Tucson judge orders the release the University of Arizona student and former Scottsdale resident accused of trying to kill her newborn baby. Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies bust a drophouse in Avondale where smugglers allegedly used a Taser on immigrants. It's not your imagination: Arizona is losing jobs at a faster pace each month. State legislators want to raid a conservation fund to keep several state parks open -- the Sierra Club is ticked.


Woman on freeway causes collision

Tempe photo enforcement made $1.5 million for city last year

Phoenix Symphony releases CD of Navajo oratorio

Illegal immigrant college grads struggle to find work

Mom accused of trying to kill baby released from jail

Victims in Avondale drophouse were tortured, sheriff's office says



Arizona's unemployment rate growing at faster pace

Sierra Club opposes raid of conservation funds to keep state parks open


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