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Yuma, Arizona - Last week the Yuma Fire Department responded to a call for bees swarming. Citrus blossom smells are in the air and with that, bees seem to be more active. Each year the Yuma Fire Department will be asked to respond to bee swarms. Although bee sting deaths are rare, they do occur and people with allergies to these stings are particularly at risk.
Phoenix, Arizona - "It was with shock and sorrow that I learned of the murder of an honorable Phoenix Police Detective, John Hobbs. A fugitive-apprehension officer and 21-year veteran of the department, Detective Hobbs was the victim of a senseless shooting while on duty Monday afternoon in Phoenix.
Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Horne is today announcing multistate and class action antitrust settlements, worth $310 million, with all the major manufacturers of Dynamic Random Access Memory computer chips (“DRAM”). Anyone who purchased various electronic devices (listed out below) between 1998 and 2002 are asked to submit a claim form by August 1, 2014 in order receive potential settlement monies.
Edinburg, Texas - U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector arrested 27 convicted sex offenders, who were illegally present in the United States, and 15 members of notorious street gangs throughout the month of February. Additionally, a man with a prior conviction for murder and a man convicted for voluntary manslaughter were apprehended.
Washington, DC - Attorney General Eric Holder announced today that President Obama’s FY 2015 Budget proposal for the Department of Justice calls for $173 million in targeted investments for criminal justice reform efforts.
Washington, DC - The following statement is from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden on the Obama Administration's budget request for the 2015 fiscal year:
Washington, DC - Thursday, March 6 at the White House: As part of their “In Performance at the White House” series, the President and First Lady will invite music legends and contemporary major female artists to the White House for a celebration of the great “foremothers” of American music, with songs expressing the struggles and achievements of women.
Yuma, Arizona - On January 29th, 2014, at approximately 4:50 a.m., two males entered the Oak Tree Inn located at 1731 S Sunridge Drive and took a room card reader from the Hotel.