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Pima County again approved funding Tuesday for a program that provides water stations for migrants along the Arizona-Mexico border.
Jul. 2, 2014
One of Arizona's Republican gubernatorial candidates has filed an election law complaint against one of his primary opponents.
Jul. 2, 2014
While more homeowners are buying solar panels in Texas, the state lags in eighth place in the nation for use of solar-generated power. Why is solar sluggish in Texas compared to Arizona and California?
Jul. 2, 2014
It’s like having our own movie set right here in the Valley. A famous television house was replicated more than 50 years ago in Mesa. Its creation helped lure well-known television stars and new residents to the area.
Jul. 1, 2014
Some bad news for people planning to camp or picnic over the Fourth of July weekend in the Oak Creek Canyon area.
Jul. 1, 2014
Power soccer is an adaptive sport played by athletes who use power wheelchairs. The chairs are fitted with specially designed metal guards on the front that allow them to move a 13-inch soccer ball around a court.
Jul. 1, 2014
On this day a year ago the community of Prescott was waking up to the horrific news that 19 of their own had died in the Yarnell Hill Fire. On the anniversary the town was still healing from the enormous loss.
Jul. 1, 2014
Every four years in the summer, millions of soccer fans come out of the woodwork to watch the World Cup. But the other three years and 10 months, there is a small number of dedicated fans that support local teams in the United States.
Jul. 1, 2014
A University of Arizona professor said she has been fired because of her research on medical marijuana. But U of A has already received a million dollar grant to study the effects of the drug on combat veterans.
Jul. 1, 2014
The Rio Grande is recovering some native vegetation with irrigation water typically used by farmers.
Jul. 1, 2014
Immigration reform advocates in Arizona are reacting to President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration policy.
Jun. 30, 2014
July 1 marks the beginning of the 2015 fiscal year, which means big changes to the new Arizona Department of Child Safety. These changes are a result of thousands of uninvestigated child abuse cases.
Jun. 30, 2014
Burnout operations conducted at the San Juan Fire will increase smoke and fire activity in northeastern Arizona. Nearly nine square miles have been burned in an attempt to slow the fire’s progress.
Jun. 30, 2014
The Arizona Supreme Court says hospitals can be sued under a state law that protects vulnerable or incapacitated adults from neglect, abuse and exploitation. Monday’s ruling says patients have the right to sue for some legal expenses not covered under medical malpractice laws.
Jun. 30, 2014
One year ago 19 hotshots deployed fire shelters in an Arizona box canyon. The fierce wind blew the Yarnell Hill Fire over the crew and killed them. Now one father is trying to help the Forest Service improve those shelters.
Jun. 30, 2014
A voter registration drive Saturday marked the golden anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 at the Arizona State Capitol.
Jun. 30, 2014
AAA Arizona says that if you are putting the finishing touches on beginning your Fourth of July holiday road trip this week, you are not alone.
Jun. 30, 2014
Arizona women’s health advocates are watching how the U.S. Supreme Court could rule Monday on the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
Jun. 30, 2014
Arizona State University has entered an agreement with the San Carlos Apache Nation in southeastern Arizona to develop a new tribal college. This is the first partnership of its kind for both the university and the tribe.
Jun. 30, 2014
One year ago, nineteen Granite Mountain hotshots died in the Yarnell Hill Fire.
Jun. 27, 2014

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