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Woman Steals Candy From Front Porch in Serra Mesa

Next, a young boy comes to the porch after the nefarious candy bandits left to find no more. "Away from home, we left full-sized candy bars outside with a note, 'Help yourself but be considerate!" the homeowners wrote in a description for the video posted to YouTube.

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Spot three planets in eastern sky before sunrise Tuesday

Venus and Mars  will raise around 2:45 A.M.at their closest, which is less than a degree apart, as Mars will shine with a 1.7 magnitude, somewhat dim in urban settings where Venus will shine quite bright with a -4.5 magnitude. In the middle of November, Saturn will fall below the horizon by the west around 5:40 P.M., where it will be hidden from the sun's glare until the end of the month.

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Former Senator, Actor Fred Thompson dies at 73

That relationship brought Mr. Thompson to Washington, D.C. and to a role within the Watergate investigation. "At a moment of history's choosing, Fred's extraordinary integrity while working with Senator Howard Baker on the Watergate Committee helped our nation find its way".

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KTAR Newsroom Earthquakes north of Phoenix felt throughout the Valley

Multiple earthquakes near Black Canyon City were felt throughout Phoenix and surrounding cities Sunday night. As of midnight Monday, the USGS had just one response from someone who claimed to feel the catastrophe. A magnitude-4.7 earthquake shook the Oak Creek Canyon fault line near Sedona this past December, while other tremors rocked an area near the New Mexico state line, the Republic said.

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Surfer found dead in waters off Swami's Beach

Considering the body was discovered long before the sun rose, it's likely the victim had been surfing late Thursday night, as many surfers choose to surf late to avoid crowds, especially during the near-full moon that was present around the time of the discovery.

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Covered California kicks off advertising campaign to encourage enrollment

Covered California will target them and continue outreach to Latinos, who make up the largest portion of the state's uninsured population. The ad, which was shot using a camera effect sweeping past the scene in three seconds, runs in slow motion, to draw in viewers and motivate them to explore health insurance through Covered California.