HOTLINE: Thursday, Nov. 19

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Big Guy Turkey Drive
The Big Guy Turkey Drive is being held today until 10 p.m. If you would like to donate, you can do so by going to the Salvation Army, 2707 E. Van Buren St., in Phoenix. For more information, click here.

Dave Owens, The Garden Guy
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Dennis Friz & Darryl Burton -- Exonerated Men
Two exonerated men who spent a total of 35 years in prison will discuss their journey to justice during the presentation "Do False Confessions Cause Wrongful Convictions?" at 6 p.m. today at ASU's College of Nursing & Health Innovation Auditorium. For information or to register, visit

Eddie Knox, Owner of Problem Child -- Top Fuel Hydro Drag Boat
The 2009 IHBA NAPA Auto Parts World Finals is being held Nov. 20-22 at Firebird International Raceway, 20000 Maricopa Road, in Chandler. For additional information, call 602-268-0200 or log onto

Debbie Hernandez, Home Depot -- Decorative Molding Frame
You can find Debbie Hernandez at the Home Depot located at Arrowhead, off the Loop 101 and 59th Avenue. For more information, visit

Charlene James, IMAX Theatre -- Polar Express Pajama Party
IMAX Theatre Arizona Mills is offering the next best thing -- A Polar Express Pajama Party and an early showing of "The Polar Express: An IMAX 3D Experience." For showtimes and additional information, call IMAX Theatre at 480-897-IMAX or log onto IMAX is located at 5000 Arizona Mills Circle in Tempe.

New Photo Enforcement Cameras -- Phoenix

The 10 intersections are:

35th Avenue at Dunlap

40th Street at Pecos

16th Street at Jefferson

51st Avenue at Van Buren

15th Avenue at Missouri

53rd Avenue at Indian School

12th Street at Camelback

67th Avenue at McDowell

40th Street at Broadway

7th Street at Union Hills

H1N1 Vaccine

Scottsdale Healthcare will offer a community H1N1 vaccination clinic this Saturday, Nov. 21 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. at 3634 N. Drinkwater Blvd., near Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center. Free H1N1 vaccinations will be available for children and adults, ages 6 months to 65 years. Scottsdale Healthcare representatives hope to provide up to 700 vaccinations on Nov. 21.