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San Juan County volunteer firefighters respond to about 2,000 calls a year on the Navajo Nation. And they’ve done it for more than two decades. But the New Mexico county fire department said it can no longer afford to provide emergency services to the eastern portion of the Navajo Nation.
Jun. 8, 2015
Managing vehicle fleets for local governments can be costly. But one Valley city has found a way to reduce that cost. Mesa is ranked one of the best managed fleets in the country.
Jun. 8, 2015
Valley residents have been dealing with more mosquitoes this year. County officials say complaints are around double years past.
Jun. 8, 2015
A dozen of the Granite Mountain Hotshots' families sued Arizona public agencies last year, seeking a definitive answer on what caused the deaths of 19 members of the crew.
Jun. 8, 2015
Phoenix police are looking into a video that shows a boy driving a car with an adult in the passenger seat.
Jun. 8, 2015
The Pac-12 teams will use injury spotters during football games that will monitor teams with video technology and communicate with coaches and medical personnel.
Jun. 8, 2015
The Arizona Diamondbacks have the first pick in the amateur draft after finishing with baseball's worst record last season.
Jun. 8, 2015
The University of Arizona will begin offering online degrees this fall.
Jun. 8, 2015
The city of Glendale is asking businesses and residents for feedback on an anti-discrimination ordinance.
Jun. 8, 2015
The number of abortions in Arizona is dropping much more slowly than the national average despite a host of new state laws designed to make it more difficult for women to access abortion services, according to an Associated Press survey.
Jun. 8, 2015
A lightning-started wildfire that has burned more than nine square miles of the Coronado National Forest in extreme southwestern New Mexico is about a third contained.
Jun. 8, 2015
Mexican voters elected their first independent gubernatorial candidate, seen as a protest against party politics, while giving the ruling party a lead in Congress, according to official results Monday, sending mixed messages in midterm elections.
Jun. 8, 2015
Candidates seeking office in a Navajo election won't be able to proceed if they have an outstanding ethics violation.
Jun. 8, 2015
International climate negotiations are underway in Germany with countries hoping to find individual emission reduction goals — and an Arizona expert is there to help.
Jun. 8, 2015
Caroline Lobo is an architect in Phoenix. One year, she and her team were working on redesigning an elementary school. After talking with the teachers, administration, the students and the parents, it was clear the community had very different opinions about the new school.
Jun. 8, 2015
MCSO's Tent City in Phoenix is one of the state's most notorious jails. It's also known for being a place where those convicted of DUIs serve time. But what's it really like there? Hear firsthand from a former inmate.
Jun. 5, 2015
Arizona’s Attorney General has appealed a federal court’s ruling requiring the state to issue driver’s licenses to certain young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children.
Jun. 5, 2015
NASA is sending a mission to see if Europa, an icy moon of Jupiter, has conditions suitable for life, and three Arizona State University scientists are involved with the mission's instruments.
Jun. 5, 2015
WASHINGTON – Arizona continued to be among the lowest states in the nation for per pupil school spending, and its expenditures were falling while the rest of the nation’s were rising, the Census Bureau said.
Jun. 5, 2015
A new Scottsdale play focuses on the unexpected national popularity of the not-so-real rock band called Hub Kapp and the Wheels from "Wallace and Ladmo."
Jun. 5, 2015

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