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Top Four Most-Read Phoenix News Stories of the Week

In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.

Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:

4.) Who Will Chop Off the Head of Tom Horne's Zombie-Like Campaign?

 

As Tom Horne's zombie-like re-election campaign staggers forth, a question remains: Who will chop off its head?

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne's bizarre relationship with women is best described by ex-AG staffer Sarah Beattie, the 26-year-old who has deluged both state and federal authorities with physical evidence demonstrating that Horne and his executive staff have campaigned on state time.

Sitting in the office of her attorney, Tom Ryan, she confides a conversation she had with Horne while still working at the AG's Office.

See also: Who Will Chop Off the Head of Tom Horne's Zombie-Like Campaign?

3.) 10 Ways to Beat Traffic Around Phoenix

 

Although traffic around Phoenix is pretty good compared to other big cities, it still sucks to be slowed down by congestion.

We have 10 tips for getting to work and getting home faster:

See also: 10 Ways to Beat Traffic Around Phoenix

2.) Tempe Woman Accused of Making Child Eat Feces

 

A Tempe woman is accused of making her boyfriend's 3-year-old daughter eat her own feces as punishment.

Nicole Candelaria, 28, denied the claim, but the girl's two siblings corroborated the story to police, according to court documents obtained by New Times.

See also: Tempe Woman Accused of Making Child Eat Feces

1.) Teenager Arrested for Cutting an Arm Off a Cactus in Scottsdale

 

Cacti are taken very seriously in Arizona.

Scottsdale police arrested a 16-year-old Gilbert boy yesterday for cutting the arm off a cactus in Pinnacle Peak Park.

See also: Teenager Arrested for Cutting an Arm Off a Cactus in Scottsdale

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