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Newslog for 11/6/19


By Gulsen Ozdemir


-First Latina Mayor of Tucson-

Regina Romero has become the first Latina mayor of Tucson. Unofficial results show that Romero is holding 56% of the votes, defeating her rivals independent candidate Ed Ackerley and Green Paty candidate Mike Cease. Romero has made promises to improve the city’s economy as well as come up with plans to tackle climate change.
(Photo Courtesy: Josh Galemore/Arizona Daily Star)

-Tucson Won’t Become A Sanctuary City-

The second largest city of Arizona has overturned the proposal of becoming a sanctuary city. If accepted, Proposition 205 would have brought restrictions on police officers in regards to enforcing immigration laws. City council has said that they already operate as a sanctuary city, and that the proposition would only limit their access to federal funds.
(Photo Courtesy: ktsa.com)


-Animal Abuse-

On October 21, Apache County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding animal cruelty in a house in Concho. When officers arrived at the scene, they discovered dead dogs, rabbits and a goat. The only living animal they found was also a goat, and he was feeding on the other deceased animals. The neighbor next door told the deputies that the house has been vacant for a while. After some research, police found the new address of the person who is responsible for the killing of animals. Denise Blackwood has been arrested.


  • Abraham Lincoln is the 16th President, 1860
  • Maine becomes a dry state, 1911
  • Coleman Young becomes the first African-American mayor of Detroit, 1973


OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale is inviting you to its Mermaid Magic event for the Thanksgiving weekend! Mermaids will be swimming with sharks, and other creatures. The event is free (general admission to the aquarium is required). For more information go to: www.odyseaaquarium.com
(Video Courtesy: YouTube/Wands and Wishes Mermaids)


By Bill McGuire

Arizona Coyotes vs. Edmonton Oilers – Then Arizona Coyotes made the Pacific Division even tighter, to where only 2 points separate the top three teams. Arizona (8-3-2 18 points) went to take on the Oilers (10-3-2 22 points) in Edmonton on 11/4. Arizona defeated the Pacific Division leaders in an OT victory 3-2. Arizona improved their record to 9-3-2 20 points and the Oilers fall to 10-4-2 22 points. On Tuesday the Coyotes traveled to Calgary to take on the Calgary Flames (8-7-2 18 points). The game Coyotes went into OT for the second times in as many days, but this time found themselves on the losing end by the score of 3-4. Up next for the Coyotes (9-4-2 20points) are the Columbus Blue Jackets (5-7-3 13 points) here a at home on Thursday, Nov. 7. Game starts at 6:00 p.m. on Fox Sports.