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Trees
A University of Arizona-led team has determined that trees growing in mountain valleys hold more carbon than trees on mountain peaks.
Aug. 11, 2017
A member of the governing board for the Liberty Elementary School District could face arrest if she goes back to one of the campuses.
Aug. 11, 2017
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Members of the Arizona Board of Regents told Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich this week that they have no plans to hike tuition for DREAMers until the Arizona Supreme Court tells them to do so.
Aug. 11, 2017
Benevolent AI
Artificial-intelligence robots are getting involved to find solutions for the crippling, fatal nerve disorder ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. In December, Barrow Neurological Institute found five new genes linked to ALS by using IBM's Watson supercomputer. Now, a team in England is advancing the science.
Aug. 11, 2017
An Arizona elk in the wild
Early next year, 60 Arizona elk will start a new life in Appalachia. Wildlife officials hope the creatures will rebuild West Virginia’s long-depleted elk population.
Aug. 11, 2017
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Share price of GoDaddy Inc. hit a 52-week high on Wednesday, after it posted strong second-quarter results.
Aug. 10, 2017
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Emails show Corizon Health owed more than $1.2 million for more than a year to Gilbert Hospital. The late payment could be affecting prisoners’ access to care.
Aug. 10, 2017
A Texas business alliance supported by the Mexican government is lobbying to protect its interests at the free trade agreement negotiations, and they hope states like Arizona will follow their lead.
Aug. 10, 2017
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The numbers are in. And according to a new economic study, Arizona’s first NCAA Final Four basketball championship generated more than $324 million in economic impact for the state.
Aug. 10, 2017
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A monitor has been appointed to oversee city operations in the towns on the Utah-Arizona border known for being home to a polygamist sect.
Aug. 10, 2017
Music concert
From rock to hip hop to country, concerts attract a huge variety of people from significantly different backgrounds. And sometimes the attendees are deaf. They still love the music, even if they’re experiencing it in a less-traditional way. But interpreting services aren’t always offered, and deaf people may need to request those services for specific concerts.
Aug. 10, 2017
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Like fall in New York, there’s a season that it seems all Arizonans look forward to — the monsoon. For a series exploring personal relationships to the monsoon, producer Paige Phelps takes a tour of the Desert Botanical Garden with the director of horticulture Brian Kissinger.
Aug. 10, 2017
Sheraton Grand Phoenix
Earlier this week on The Show, Arizona Republic columnist Laurie Roberts told us why she doesn’t think the city of Phoenix is getting a good deal in its sale of the downtown Sheraton Hotel. David Krietor, president of Downtown Phoenix Inc., heard our conversation and wanted the chance to clarify some details.
Aug. 10, 2017
graduation
More than 48 percent of Arizonans have some kind of post-secondary degree; that’s higher than the national average. But the rate for the Phoenix Metro area is lower than that average.
Aug. 10, 2017
Chris Bianco
If you're a pizza lover in Phoenix, then you probably already know about chef Chris Bianco. Bianco has released a cookbook called "Bianco: Pizza, Pasta, and Other Food I Like."
Aug. 10, 2017
school bus
Listen to the sounds of Angelica Marquez on bus duty at Herrera Elementary School in Phoenix.
Aug. 10, 2017
Russian flag
While we’re all following the investigation into ties between President Trump and Vladimir Putin, it’s important to remember that the relationship between our two countries will long outlast these two men. That’s why Russia scholar and government professor at Wesleyan University, Peter Rutland, recently wrote about the impending question in Russia — what will happen to the country after Putin?
Aug. 10, 2017
Last month, Gov. Doug Ducey declared a state of emergency in response to damage to a sewage pipeline near Nogales at Arizona’s southern border. We learned more about the situation in Nogales from Paulina Pineda, reporter for the Nogales International.
Aug. 10, 2017
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More than a year out, the prospects for U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake’s re-election are of great interest — and speculation. Three potential primary challengers have reportedly had meetings at the White House.
Aug. 10, 2017
Three skimmers were discovered in the last week, bringing the total to 40 skimmers found in the state this year.
Aug. 10, 2017

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