Tucson headlines: Occupy Tucson spreading; TUSD enrollment; Call center jobs; Fatal I-10 crashes

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Some Occupy Tucson protesters are now occupying more of the city.

Monday morning some members moved to de Anza park to start "Occupy Public Land."

The group has filed for a permit to stay in the park after hours, but there's a 10 day wait to get a response.

For now, they'll set up camp between 8:30 in the morning and 10:30 at night.

The main Occupy Tucson camp will remain at Veinte de Agosto Park.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- It may only be halfway through the school year, but it's already time to start thinking about next year.

Tucson Unified School District is accepting applications through December 12 for open enrollment and magnet schools.

"Parents have a choice here, they have there top three choices and it may be because the school is near their home, near their daycare, or they may decide they look what a particular school offers so were hoping families will take advantage of this," said TUSD Communications Director Cara Rene.

As long as there's space available, students will be accepted into their first choice school.   If not, a random lottery selects students.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- If all you want for the holidays is a new job you may be in luck.

Agero, a company that provides roadside assistance to drivers will hire 200 new employees by the end of the year to work at its local call center.

That's on top of the 300 agents the company already hired this year.

Leaders say it's all thanks to a growing need for local roadside assistance.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- One person is dead after a five car crash on the I-10 Monday morning.   It happened just after 6:00 near milepost 241.

DPS says a driver rear ended another car, then veered into the median and rolled over.

The driver was trying to escape when a Ford pickup struck his turned over vehicle, which killed him.

The Ford pickup then hit a utility truck which struck another truck.

The Ford pickup's driver, a 58-year-old man, was taken to UMC with serious injuries, but should be okay.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Another fatal crash happened on the I-10 near Vail.

A vehicle heading west rolled into the center median.

The driver died at the scene.

DPS is also investigating that crash.