Tucson headlines: Group fights for Dream Act eligible resident; Car dealership in hot water with EEOC; Oktoberfest launches

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A group of advocates are fighting for a Dream Act eligible resident, Sandra Lopez.

The group wants President Obama's administration to stop the detention and deportation of Lopez.

She was born in Mexico, but has lived in the U.S. Since she was three days old.   

Under an executive order signed by President Obama, people who are Dream Act eligible wouldn't be deported.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A local car dealership is in hot water over allegations of workers making discriminating comments to two employees.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit Thursday against AN Luxury Imports of Tucson, and AutoNation, which owns and operates BMW of Tucson.

The 2 employees who are of German and Polish decent claim they have been harassed by managers and other co-workers because of their nationality.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Tucson's German celebration kicked off Thursday. Oktoberfest is here!

The four day festival style event is taking place at Hi Corbett Field.

It features food music and of course beer.

"I like the food and I like the fact that there's is a lot jumping castles stuff for the kids and they able to run around its nice, cool, grass everything like that," said Tara Hite.

Oktoberfest continues Friday noon to 11 P.M., Saturday 11 to 11, and Sunday noon to 5. It's $3 for adults to get in.