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Rhodes scholarships have been awarded by Oxford since 1903.
Dec. 2, 2016
Jacob Brooks
Protesters have been camped out on federal land at the Dakota Access construction site in North Dakota for months, and now winter has arrived, dumping almost two feet of snow on the encampment the last week of November.
Dec. 2, 2016
standing rock campsite
In Phoenix some people are trying to help protesters hunkered down in the snow in Cannon Ball, ND, from more than a thousand miles away.
Dec. 2, 2016
ASU Campus
One of the most iconic buildings on ASU’s Tempe campus is getting ready for a makeover.
Dec. 2, 2016
In the world of online shopping, labels can make a big impact on what you buy for yourself and what you buy for others. Research from an Arizona State University marketing professor shows people are more likely to buy an item labeled “best-seller” for someone else.
Dec. 2, 2016
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Bob Burns has rejected a proposed settlement from APS — the deal would have ended Burns’ dispute against the utility over its refusal to disclose spending in the 2014 election.
Dec. 2, 2016
Fury over spiking water bills in Buckeye has drawn the attention of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. A Nov. 22 letter to the city from the state's Consumer Information and Complaints unit included a homeowner’s written complaint about Buckeye’s billing practices.
Dec. 2, 2016
oranges
Arizona’s grapefruit season begins in December. As the nation’s fourth-largest producer, Arizona citrus is primarily sold as fresh fruit.
Dec. 2, 2016
Jam pak band playing
Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, you can hear Anni Beach’s house in Chandler before you walk in the door. Beach’s bluegrass band is a kaleidoscope of colors, and includes kids from all backgrounds and economic situations.
Dec. 2, 2016
casino
Attorneys and officials of the Tohono O'odham Nation appear to be against a proposal by Gov. Doug Ducey over the future of its Glendale casino.
Dec. 2, 2016
The Arizona Department of Transportation will build a new fence on a Sedona-area bridge. Officials said it is to prevent suicide jumpers.
Dec. 2, 2016
Three national health organizations have partnered to reduce an estimated 300 suicides by physicians and medical students each year.
Dec. 2, 2016
movie theater
The new Arizona Office of Film and Media is expected to help promote and attract film and media industry projects into the state.
Dec. 2, 2016
Phoenix City Council
The Phoenix City Council voted unanimously this week to replace all of the city’s streetlights with energy efficient LEDs.
Dec. 2, 2016
The city of Mesa has appointed a new chief to lead its Fire and Medical Department.
Dec. 2, 2016
Arizona-Sonora Summit
On Thursday, business and government representatives from Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora held their first day of meetings in their annual summit in Sonora’s capital city.
Dec. 2, 2016
Phoenix International Raceway
The owners of Phoenix International Raceway recently said they’ll spend their own cash to redevelop the 52-year-old facility located in the southwest Valley.
Dec. 2, 2016
Bald eagle
The U.S. Forest Service closed the Ladders Bald Eagle breeding area along the Verde River just south of Camp Verde starting Thursday. The closure is expected to last through June 30.
Dec. 2, 2016
Red squirrel
The number of endangered squirrels in the Pinaleño Mountains near Safford dropped by 11 in the past year. This year’s estimated squirrel population is 252 animals.
Dec. 1, 2016
Leszek Pawlowicz
And now it’s time for … The Quiz Show! Last week, we gave you a puzzle to solve and randomly selected two entries.
Dec. 1, 2016

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