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Winds are expected to kick up on Wednesday following a tough day on the fire lines as the Brown Fire continues to grow. Tonight people are on edge. It was standing room only at Tuesday night's briefingMore >>
It was standing room only at Tuesday night's briefing as people living near the Brown Fire are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst.More >>
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Four pro-gun bills are one step away from becoming laws in Arizona. The Senate approved the bills this morning, then the House gave it's final approval this afternoon. One bill allows concealed carry permitMore >>
The Senate approved the bills this morning, then the House gave it's final approval this afternoon.More >>
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
A Washington, D.C. man who's upset he's on a registered sex offender website is fighting back by
putting random people on his fake sex offender registry.
He said he's doing this because he has to report to a supervision agency in Washington, D.C. every 90 days and his photo is on the D.C. public registry. He said it's "unfair and un-American."
On his fake registry at http://www.idiotsregistry.info, he posts pictures of politicians and others who support registries.
Only a few people have their pictures posted but the website lists many more names and
has categories like "Witch List."
The website creator says this is legal but now a court will decide if people on the list can
force him to take their pictures and names off the list.
Here in Arizona, the Department of Public Safety maintains a sex offender
website that includes the offender's name, address, age and current
For more on Arizona's sex offender registry laws, click here.
Pima County Sheriff's Department investigators say this video shows Esperanza Casillas getting her hair cut at a salon near Cardinal Avenue and Valencia Road on the day she was reported missing.More >>