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A 16-year-old Arkansas boy has charged his mother with harassment after she posted some items on his account, then changed his password so he couldn't get back in. Read more»

Who knew? Apparently, yelling gets you what you want faster.

Researchers at the University of Arizona released a study Monday showing a causal relationship between raising one's voice, pushing people in the chest, and getting what you want more quickly, the Onion reports. Read more»

TUSD Superintendent Elizabeth Celania-Fagen was unanimously approved as the new head of Douglas County (Colo.) School District on Tuesday night. Read more»

Doctors, pssssh. This photo could be all you need to ward off that infection.

Drop the echinachea. If you don't want to get sick, just look at the photo with this story. Read more»

Smokers have lower IQs, according to a study of more than 20,000 Israeli soldiers.

A new study has found that young men who smoke are likely to have lower IQs than those who don't. Read more» 1

Another show set in the Old Pueblo has been canceled.

To the surprise of . . . well, not too many, Fox has apparently canceled "Sons of Tucson" after four episodes. Read more»

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has a plan to save electricity and get inmates in shape - "pedal vision." Read more»

Stay away from magnets if you get picked for jury duty. It could affect how you view the defendant. Read more» 1

Cesar Chavez in 1974.

The National Park Service is studying sites – including one in Arizona – for a possible national landmark or park in honor of labor leader Cesar Chavez. Read more»

Look out, bunny! You could be on the menu.

Want an unusual Easter dinner? A Phoenix-area restaurant is offering rabbit for Easter Sunday. Read more» 6

Although empty streets might seem a rarity in Tucson, Forbes says we actually have a pretty easy daily commute.

Stop complaining about Tucson traffic. According to Forbes.com, we have the eighth-easiest commute in the U.S. Read more»

A Raleigh, N.C., city council member has promised to name his children after the founders of Google if the company will provide the city with high-speed internet. Read more»

Your brain could treat bacon in the same way it does cocaine.

Yes, it's possible that you can be addicted to junk food. Read more»

'Sons of Tucson,' starring Taylor Labine, could be headed for the dust bin.

Is "Sons of Tucson" already on the chopping block? Read more» 5

A Princeton University research team, including undergrad Elyse Powell (from left), psychology professor Bart Hoebel, visiting research associate Nicole Avena and graduate student Miriam Bocarsly, has demonstrated high-fructose corn syrup causes significantly more weight gain than regular sugar, even at half the levels.

High-fructose corn syrup results in more weight gain than regular sugar, even at much lower levels, according to a new study by Princeton University. Read more» 3

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