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Mesa Twelve-Year-Old Becomes a Wrestling Champion
September 6, 2019
Mesa Twelve-Year-Old Becomes a Wrestling Champion

A warehouse in Mesa is a training ground for twelve-year-old Delton Kaufmann, who dedicates his free time to ensuring his champion title in wrestling. According to the boy, […]

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A Tragic Event in Walmart Takes Twenty Lives
September 4, 2019
Tragic Event in Walmart

Walmart on Saturday is the place for family shopping. As the store was bustling with unsuspecting residents, the tragedy was closing in on the doors. The 21-year-old shooter […]

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Custom Made Cookies in Arizona Bakery
August 30, 2019
Custom Made Cookies in Arizona Bakery

The cookie shop in Arizona started as a family secret and turned into a local business. The family living in the area was well known to their friends […]

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The Medical Institutions Appeal to People to Donate Blood During Summer Months
August 28, 2019
Mexican Blood Donation

During summer, the Vitalant company receives less donor blood than at any other time of the year. This year, the nonprofit organization discovered that 60% of Hispanic residents […]

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Does the FaceApp Represent a Danger to the Users’ Privacy?
August 25, 2019
FaceApp

FaceApp, the photo editing free app which has been on the Google Play Store for two years, has raised some privacy concerns. The recent investigation of the developers […]

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The Mesa Family Saved by the Neighbors During the Monsoon
August 21, 2019
Mesa Lightning House

The monsoon storm raided the city of Mesa. And while they were aware of the dangerous monsoon, the family never expected a bolt of lightning to hit their […]

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Iran’s President Comments on Prime Minister Sanctioned by the US Government
August 16, 2019
Iran’s President

President Trump’s office announced administrative sanctions targeting the Iranian Foreign Minister. Hassan Rouhani, the President of Iran, declared the sanctions are an immature gesture of the U.S. Government. […]

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The Early Special Election Starts on August 27 in Arizona
August 14, 2019
Arizona voting early

The end of August marks the special election voting in Arizona. The citizens will have the chance to express their opinion on issues of light rail and pension. […]

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The Flintstones Family in Bedrock City Gets New Neighbours
August 12, 2019
Flintstone house

Bedrock City, an amusement park on Route 64, closed its doors in late January this year. Meanwhile, while the fans all over the state nostalgically mourned the Flintstones-themed […]

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A Child’s Game Ends Tragically for a One-Year-Old
August 8, 2019
Gun on flor

The shot echoed through the Garden District in Tucson during the late afternoon hours. A tragedy struck the family home on Linden Street. A toddler reached a small-caliber […]

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Walmart on Saturday is the place for family shopping. As the store was bustling with unsuspecting residents, the tragedy was closing in on the doors. The 21-year-old shooter […]

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The development of technology and the use of new materials have significantly influenced medical treatments. The middle-aged Mesa patient, who has suffered multiple bone marrow transplantations, received a […]

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A warehouse in Mesa is a training ground for twelve-year-old Delton Kaufmann, who dedicates his free time to ensuring his champion title in wrestling. According to the boy, […]

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