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resting in the shade
The Valley's record heat in June helped boost earnings for the parent company of APS during the second quarter. During the month of June, Phoenix set six record highs.
Aug. 2, 2016
With the 2016 Rio Olympics starting this week, gymnast Amanda Borden gets in the Olympic story and tells a story about how she became a gold medalist in 1996.
Aug. 2, 2016
The request by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law came as part of a lawsuit it filed over the way the county ran its troubled March 22 presidential primary election.
Aug. 2, 2016
After retiring from the NBA on July 26, the former Phoenix Sun signed a two-year contract Monday to play for Israeli team Hapoel Jerusalem.
Aug. 2, 2016
Two alleged ringleaders of a food stamp fraud scheme in a polygamous sect on the Utah-Arizona border have been arrested for violating terms of their supervised release.
Aug. 2, 2016
State environment officials recommend people limit consumption of bass caught from the reservoir area because of elevated levels of mercury found in tissue samples.
Aug. 2, 2016
A new law set to take effect this Saturday allows the head of the state's Medicaid program to cut off family planning dollars unless providers like Planned Parenthood prove to his satisfaction that absolutely no taxpayer dollars fund abortion services.
Aug. 2, 2016
Textbooks, school, education
An analysis by financial advice site WalletHub puts only Louisiana, New Mexico and Alaska further down the list.
Aug. 2, 2016
box elder trees
The study looked at dioecious species, plants which have a distinct sex, male or female. Scientists reviewed 83 experiments that exposed them to warmer or drier conditions to simulate climate change.
Aug. 2, 2016
Joseph O'Shaughnessy acknowledged in court that he conspired to prevent U.S. Interior Department employees from doing their jobs after ranchers and others took over a national wildlife refuge this winter near Burns, Oregon.
Aug. 2, 2016
health
Texas health officials want to require clinics that conduct abortions or treat women after a miscarriage to either bury or cremate any remaining fetal tissue, a move reproductive rights advocates are denouncing as part of an ongoing effort by the state to stigmatize women who chose to end a pregnancy.
Aug. 1, 2016
vcr players
The last company to make VCRs stopped production last month, but not everyone is sad to see them go.
Aug. 1, 2016
ballet class
A ballet teacher in the Valley teaches classes specially choreographed for those with Parkinson’s Disease.
Aug. 1, 2016
As the race for president heats up, some Valley businesses are cashing in — and we’re not talking your typical campaign buttons.
Aug. 1, 2016
The total amount of money sent to Mexico by migrant workers and expats during the first half of the year was a record nearly $13.2 billion, according to the most recent report from the Central Bank of Mexico.
Aug. 1, 2016
There are different perspectives on what Mondays really mean. We found out what writer Deborah Sussman thinks about that first day of the work week.
Aug. 1, 2016
Arizona Cardinals
After falling one game short of the Super Bowl last season, The Arizona Cardinals have opened training camp in Glendale with high hopes.
Aug. 1, 2016
The effect of music on Alzheimer’s Disease has been considered before, and arts programs have been used in the attempt to help re-open a hidden part of a dementia patient’s brain.
Aug. 1, 2016
A new tool from the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting will allow anyone – citizens or journalists who are interested – to easily access information about dark money expenditures in our state.
Aug. 1, 2016
University of Arizona
The Arizona Board of Regents has taken a big step in moving forward to find Ann Weaver Hart’s successor by announcing the chair of its search committee and issuing a request for proposals for an executive search consultant.
Aug. 1, 2016

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