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A man rappelling off boulder formations in the Prescott area was rescued by firefighters after he ran out of rope on his way down.
May. 18, 2015
Vending machine
Mohave County is questioning whether to keep using state-contracted vending businesses owned by blind people.
May. 18, 2015
A U.S. Marine from Phoenix who died in a helicopter crash in earthquake-ravaged Nepal was looking forward to starting a new chapter in California, his mother said Sunday.
May. 18, 2015
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Phoenix may allow Arizona State University and a private-sector partner to use city-owned land for a health care-focused project in downtown.
May. 18, 2015
Arizona Department of Education
Arizona's schools chief moved her ongoing power struggle with the state Board of Education into court Friday.
May. 18, 2015
Fewer children in the state’s Women, Infants, and Children supplemental nutrition program are overweight and obese.
May. 18, 2015
Jerome
The town of Jerome is known for a lot of things: a raucous past, ghosts, wine and historic homes. Many of those homes have been available as short term vacation rentals – until now. Officials recently told homeowners they’re in violation of Jerome’s planning and zoning regulations.
May. 18, 2015
Last month, a college student in Georgia challenged young people to post videos of themselves defacing the American flag. Then an Eastern Arizona man responded by posting a video on Facebook calling for people to get a flag and display it proudly.
May. 15, 2015
Republican Elephant
The Valley has seen visits from projected Republican presidential candidates Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Carly Fiorina.
May. 15, 2015
I Have a Dream Boutique
A new clothing boutique that aims to serve transgender youth recently opened in downtown Phoenix. I Have a Dream Shoe and Clothing Boutique opened in March.
May. 15, 2015
Next Tuesday, the Phoenix City Council will vote on a final budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year.
May. 15, 2015
Remember the big storms we had last fall? Those are examples of emergency situations where our local government works around the clock to ensure safety. Well, most often those problems aren’t handled in government office buildings.
May. 15, 2015
Emery and Ellsworth Kolb
In the early 1900s, two brothers, Emery and Ellsworth Kolb, saw an economic opportunity at the Grand Canyon.
May. 15, 2015
Nopalea
Half a million people who bought a cactus-based drink from a Scottsdale company will soon be getting checks in the mail. This comes after a lawsuit alleging that the company Trivita touted bogus health claims.
May. 15, 2015
Kolb Studio
Miriam Robbins is director of marketing for the Grand Canyon Association, which raised most of the money for the project.
May. 15, 2015
FBI
Shortly after a shooting earlier this month at an event featuring cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in Garland, Texas, authorities determined the two suspects had attended a mosque in Phoenix.
May. 15, 2015
This week, Phoenix unveiled a new icon for disability accessibility.
May. 15, 2015
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Is the self-described West’s Most Western Town losing its western-ness?
May. 15, 2015
A new exhibit opening at the Heard Museum is called “Super Heroes: Art! Action! Adventure!”
May. 15, 2015
Peoria Unified School District
The fate of a 13-percent budget override for the Peoria Unified School District is now in the hands of area voters. The district’s governing board voted unanimously Thursday to put the question on the November 3 ballot.
May. 15, 2015

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