Phoenix protesters fired; Casa Grade pot bust; Border shooting; Phoenix teen shot; Phoenix pharmacy porn

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12-workers at a chandler Pei Wei claim management fired them for leaving work may 29th to protest Arizona's new immigration law.

A Pei Wei spokesman says they violated a company policy by failing to give notice for not showing up to work. Now the labor union "Industrial Workers of the World" is giving those workers financial support.

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Nearly two million dollars worth of pot busted near Casa Grande. Border patrol agents found tire tracks in the sand near the border.

Those tracks led to an abandoned pickup truck with 2300 pounds of marijuana bundled up. No suspects were near the vehicle.

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It was a common site 100 years during the Mexican revolution, bullets flying across the Rio Grande. But now its a sign of the danger on the border.

City Hall in El Paso Texas was hit by a half dozen shots fired from Juarez Mexico. The bullets came through a window on the 9th floor and hit a wall, but no one was hurt.

More than 1300 people have been killed in Juarez this year.

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A Phoenix teenager is in the hospital after being shot by police. The 17-year-old reportedly grabbed a gun during an argument with his 12-year-old sister and fired at least one shot into the ceiling of their family's home

When officers arrived, they claim the boy made threatening statements and pointed the gun at them. Two officers shot and wounded the teen.

He is expected to survive.

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A shift supervisor at a fountain hills pharmacy faces child porn charges. Maricopa county deputies arrested 49-year-old Michael Brown after serving a search warrant at his home.

A CVS manager working at the same store reportedly found pornographic images at a photo kiosk store and reported Brown.

All the images were of kids under age 14.