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Senior citizens are often referred to as being in their “golden years.” But it turns out whether that’s how it ends up is pretty dependent on whether seniors had relatively golden younger years.
Jun. 19, 2015
My grandmother had a saying about being a parent. She would often remark that, “The days are long, but the years are short.”
Jun. 19, 2015
Walnut Canyon National Monument
A group of Northern Arizona residents is trying to get a new federal designation for the land around Walnut Canyon National Monument. They want it to be made into a national conservation area.
Jun. 19, 2015
Arizona flag
Mexico is Arizona’s biggest trading partner — the governor’s office said exports were valued at more than $8.5 billion last year.
Jun. 19, 2015
USS Arizona
One hundred years ago, it honored Arizona. It was meant to travel in protection of our country. What it ultimately became was a symbol of our will and endurance.
Jun. 19, 2015
Kearny River Fire
The Copper Basin Railway is using converted rail cars fitted with water cannons to help fight the Kearny River Fire.
Jun. 19, 2015
Military officials said Specialist Michael Corey, who was in Army intelligence, died in the field during a training exercise for non-commissioned officers.
Jun. 19, 2015
light rail
Phoenix Councilwoman Thelda Williams is taking over in what will be a big year for the regional transportation agency.
Jun. 19, 2015
police car
Tucson police say they have recovered several items linked to burglaries of churches and a synagogue reportedly committed by a mother and son.
Jun. 19, 2015
Yarnell's department has added a black band across its logo in honor of the 19 Prescott firefighters who died defending the town June 30.
The city of Prescott is honoring 19 firefighters on the second anniversary of their deaths with a moment of silence and bell tolls.
Jun. 19, 2015
Daniel Neyoy Ruiz moved into First Christian Church nine days ago when his one-year stay of deportation expired.
Jun. 19, 2015
Kearny River Fire
Todd Abel with the Arizona State Forestry Division said crews have made significant progress securing a containment line along the northern edge of the fire.
Jun. 19, 2015
Oil shale
The Colorado River Basin contains the largest untapped deposits of oil shale in the world.
Jun. 19, 2015
A judge has dealt losses to the U.S. Justice Department in its lawsuit that alleges polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah line systematically denied housing, water services and police protection to people who aren't part of the communities' dominant religious sect.
Jun. 19, 2015
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Black churches around Maricopa County will have extra security this Sunday. This follows the shooting death of nine people Wednesday night at a black church in Charleston, S.C.
Jun. 18, 2015
The Arizona unemployment rate fell slightly in May to 5.8 percent, but it’s still higher than the national average of 5.5 percent.
Jun. 18, 2015
Governor Doug Ducey is visiting Mexico City on the heels of a proclamation of goodwill and partnership between Arizona and Mexico.
Jun. 18, 2015
Oil spill
An oil pipeline that ruptured last month in Santa Barbara, Calif., leaked upwards of 100,000 gallons of oil along the Pacific Coast.
Jun. 18, 2015
Trust for America’s Health logo
Arizona ranks 12th in the country in terms of the most deaths from injury — almost 73.5 deaths per 100,000 residents. The national rate is just less than 58.5 per 100,000 residents.
Jun. 18, 2015
Glendale Westgate Arena
Glendale wants to avoid paying the Arizona Coyotes hockey team a 3.75 million dollar quarterly installment.
Jun. 18, 2015

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