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State lawmakers agreed to create special exemptions from animal cruelty laws for farmers and ranchers despite complaints that it would ease penalties on those who abuse and beat farm animals to death.
When Amy retired a few years ago from a long career in the Army, she had a hard time adjusting to civilian life. With no family, limited income and failing health, she settled in a little trailer in a Mesa mobile home park.
A House panel agreed Tuesday to stiffen penalties for those who abuse pets, but only after carving out what essentially amounts to special treatment – and looser regulations – for farmers and ranchers.
Jill Hopper was caught with 46 cats, five deceased, in her home near Lakeside and Val Vista drives, according to Gilbert police spokesman Jesse Sanger.
Police arrested a woman breeding cats in her Gilbert condominium Thursday afternoon for animal cruelty.
A feline sanctuary in Gilbert had to increase its space recently after Mesa Animal Control Unit asked Save the Cats Arizona Arizona to remove five dozen cats from an East Valley home.
The ancient Roman Circus Maximus is far distant on the map and on the calendar, but Mesa has its own circus of bargains: the Mesa Market Place Swap Meet.
Firefighters say flames that rushed through a Mesa home early Wednesday were fueled by a hoarding situation.
Fittingly for a guy who’s about to become “big time,” Dion Jordan’s life has been hectic.
ALBANY, N.Y. —
Johnny Carson asked the financial guru, Andrew Tobias, “If you only have $1,000 to invest, what would be your best investment?” The answer made the audience laugh. They laughed!
In an uncertain economy, it’s natural for people to “tighten their belts” by cutting down on their spending. And yet by having too much cash on hand today, you could actually slow your progress toward your financial goals of tomorrow.
The lasting image of the 2012 baseball season was Dylan Cozens blasting a walk-off, opposite-field homer to lift Chaparral to the Division I championship over Brophy.
I can’t say I agree with some of what Governor Jan Brewer has advocated or seen enacted. But now, after having lived in a cultural milieu right on our borders — what to me seems a strange, even bizarre cultural environment, full of perversions of power and social dysfunction that is absolutely destructive — I definitely agree with at least one idea: We must get total control of our border.
Check this deal. Take four people out to an evening movie; buy each a ticket, a small popcorn and a small drink for a total of $24. Where? Well, you are about to find out. The costly holidays are upon us, so let’s save some money on movies.
Mojo is a Pomeranian rescued from a hoarding situation so he needs some work. This boy is a happy and very active 5-pound, 3-year-old, who is learning what it’s like to be held and loved, to receive regular quality meals and grooming. When rescued he had no idea how to walk on a leash, and with each day he improves. Mojo is not potty trained and needs to learn to be productive outside. He will require a patient home willing to continue training and working with him. Mojo was rescued with six other Poms from the same hoarder: Leila, Trixie, Mindy and Flame (also available for adoption), and Nina and Chelsea (adopted). Mojo will be neutered and receive a dental prior to adoption. He is vaccinated and has a microchip.
NEW YORK — Forget about the "fiscal cliff."
Government’s size affects its budget requirements. Budgets set revenue requirements. Ever increasing revenue requirements force new tax increases. New taxes reduce taxpayer purchasing power, which causes unemployment and business failure. Unemployment and business failures cause larger demands on our governmental social spending, which causes higher taxes, which causes... Well; you get the idea... more unemployment?
Recently, a gentleman from Apache Junction wrote “Keeping a Citizen from Polls,” a heartfelt note condemning the currently debated voter registration laws. Sir, the laws were not enacted to prevent your 88-year-old grandmother from voting, and I’m sorry that she can’t. It was enacted to keep the hoards of foreign nationals that hide within our borders from pushing their wills on the rest of us. As has been too often demonstrated by the marches and protests, these people seem to think that because they are here, they have the rights of those that belong here. Several states have given out IDs and driver’s licenses often enough in the past (and enough have been forged) to make them not viable for identification on their own. If the rules were not there, there would be a mad rush to the polls to impel the will of the illegals on the real citizens. I’m sorry your granny can’t vote but that is not the issue.
If living well is truly the best revenge, Susan Lucci is getting hers in spades.
All 31 cats that were caught at an east Mesa home where the body of the homeowner was found dead on Sunday, have been euthanized.
A Mesa woman was found Tuesday dead in her home with 31 feral cats and kittens.
What's with Ann Romney addressing us as “You People?” On July 19, presumptive GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, while reinforcing her husband's refusal to make public several years of tax returns, told ABC News “we've given all YOU PEOPLE need to know” about the family's finances. She went on to further denigrate us people by stating that “You know, you should really look at where Mitt has led his life, and where he's been financially.” Duh ... That's why we are asking for full disclosure on his finances, Ann.