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.
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