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  • How do you turn an In-N-Out Burger into egg rolls?

    How do you turn an In-N-Out Burger into egg rolls?

    FOODBEAST has an easy recipe for transforming In-N-Out Burgers into egg rolls. Just chop up your burger, wrap it in an egg roll wrapper. Then seal it with egg wash and deep fry those glorious egg rolls. Then serve them with the In-N-Out spread as a dipping sauce.

    FOODBEAST has an easy recipe for transforming In-N-Out Burgers into egg rolls. Just chop up your burger, wrap it in an egg roll wrapper. Then seal it with egg wash and deep fry those glorious egg rolls. Then serve them with the In-N-Out spread as a dipping sauce.

  • Woman in bikini adds $5K worth of makeup to her body

    Woman in bikini adds $5K worth of makeup to her body

    Chloe Morello shared this parody full-body makeup tutorial just in time for bikini season. Her team of two makeup artists used $5,000 of makeup product.
    They contoured her body into a chiseled and ripped beach body ready for her bikini.

    Chloe Morello shared this parody full-body makeup tutorial just in time for bikini season. Her team of two makeup artists used $5,000 of makeup product.
    They contoured her body into a chiseled and ripped beach body ready for her bikini.

  • JUST FOR FUN: How to make a redneck disco ball with things you find at Walmart

    JUST FOR FUN: How to make a redneck disco ball with things you find at Walmart

    The How-To Redneck teaches you how to create a disco ball with items you have in your home. You will need string, small flashlights, duct tape, and a ceiling fan. Attach the hanging flashlights to your ceiling fan with duct tape, turn off the lights, turn on the fan, and you'll be ready to party.

    The How-To Redneck teaches you how to create a disco ball with items you have in your home. You will need string, small flashlights, duct tape, and a ceiling fan. Attach the hanging flashlights to your ceiling fan with duct tape, turn off the lights, turn on the fan, and you'll be ready to party.

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  • Police ID man shot, killed by officers at cemetery in Tucson

    Police ID man shot, killed by officers at cemetery in Tucson

    Saturday, May 27 2017 4:13 PM EDT2017-05-27 20:13:57 GMT
    Joseph Zimmerman, 34, was shot and killed Friday night, according to TPD (Source: Tucson News Now).Joseph Zimmerman, 34, was shot and killed Friday night, according to TPD (Source: Tucson News Now).

    Police in Tucson released new details about a deadly shooting involving police officers on the south side of the city Friday night.. An update from Tucson Police Department Saturday afternoon identified the man who died as 34-year-old Joseph Zimmerman.

    Police in Tucson released new details about a deadly shooting involving police officers on the south side of the city Friday night.. An update from Tucson Police Department Saturday afternoon identified the man who died as 34-year-old Joseph Zimmerman.

  • Overnight crash leaves three hurt, baby dead near border crossing

    Overnight crash leaves three hurt, baby dead near border crossing

    Saturday, May 27 2017 2:24 PM EDT2017-05-27 18:24:12 GMT

    A six-month-old child is dead and three other people hurt after a four-car crash near the Lukeville Port of Entry. According to Arizona Department of Public Safety, the crash happened on State Route 85 heading south near Lukeville late Friday night.

    A six-month-old child is dead and three other people hurt after a four-car crash near the Lukeville Port of Entry. According to Arizona Department of Public Safety, the crash happened on State Route 85 heading south near Lukeville late Friday night.

  • Pima Co. Flood Control restores Burrowing owl habitat

    Pima Co. Flood Control restores Burrowing owl habitat

    Saturday, May 27 2017 1:17 AM EDT2017-05-27 05:17:54 GMT
    (Source: Pima County)(Source: Pima County)

    Volunteers from Flood Control, Wild at Heart, the Tucson Audubon Society and Tucson Electric Power built 16 new burrows using plastic buckets, tubing, and PVC pipes to mimic natural burrows. These burrows were then covered in rock to provide additional protection to the habitat entrances.  

    Volunteers from Flood Control, Wild at Heart, the Tucson Audubon Society and Tucson Electric Power built 16 new burrows using plastic buckets, tubing, and PVC pipes to mimic natural burrows. These burrows were then covered in rock to provide additional protection to the habitat entrances.  

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