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May 28, 2019

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N4T Investigators: Rampant robocalls

The number of robocalls that Americans are receiving is at an all-time high, and the illegal calls are costing consumers hundreds of millions of dollars.

Zoo 4 You: Zebras

Jed Dodds gives News 4 Tucson an inside look at the new zebras at the Reid Park Zoo in Tuesday’s Zoo 4 You.

Missouri could be first state to effectively ban abortions

The last remaining abortion clinic in Missouri says it expects to be shut down this week, which would effectively end legal abortion in the state. Unless a court intervenes, the closing would make Missouri the only state in the country without an abortion clinic, according to Planned Parenthood.

Possible Underground Railroad Cabin Discovered

Archeologists have been unearthing clues that old cabins in Cambridge, Maryland, behind the oldest residence there might have been slave quarters that could have played a role in the underground railroad. WBAL’s Jason Newton reports.

Scott Daniel Warren

Motion denied to dismiss indictment of Arizona border activist

Back in January 2018, Scott Daniel Warren was taken into custody after federal agents observed the “No More Deaths” volunteer reportedly aiding two Mexican nationals who were in the United States illegally. He allegedly cared for the two immigrants in a building in Ajo and provided them food, water, beds and clean clothes.

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