So you can stay ahead of the news, here's a quick look at some of the stories ABC15 will be keeping an eye on Tuesday, December 4.
FEMALE DUI CHAIN GANG
Female DUI inmates wearing their pink Maricopa County jail uniforms will work the chain gang to pick up trash and perform other community service tasks. 8am, 40th Street & McDowell Road, Phoenix.
SHRED-A-THON & DRUG TAKE-BACK
People can shred unneeded documents and destroy unused or expired prescription drugs at an event sponsored by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. 7am-10am, Target, Loop 101 & Indian Bend, Scottsdale.
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