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102 Photographs Commemorate Arizona
Two years ago, as Arizona marked a century of statehood, there were a lot of lists related to 100 this or that.
Apr. 2, 2014
Dog Attacks And Bites Increase Statewide
Dog bites and attacks have been in the news a lot lately.
Apr. 2, 2014
SRP Board Election Attacts Attention With Campaign Money Spent
Salt River Project is a non-profit subdivision of the state of Arizona.
Apr. 2, 2014
Charles Keating Leaves A Lasting Legacy In Arizona
Charles Keating was a banker and developer who was responsible for the Phoenician Resort on Camelback Road.
Apr. 2, 2014
US Supreme Court Strikes Down Aggregate Limits On Campaign Contributions
The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt another blow to legal limits on campaign contributions.
Apr. 2, 2014
Phoenix Will Not Host 2016 Republican National Convention
Phoenix will not be hosting the Republican National Convention in 2016.
Apr. 2, 2014
Grand Canyon Trying To Manage Bison Herds
Herds of bison that roam the northern parts of the Grand Canyon are causing headaches for park staffers.
Apr. 2, 2014
National Parks May See Small Budget Increase
Supporters of the National Park system are watching Congress carefully as it reviews the president’s budget this month.
Apr. 2, 2014
Phoenix Ranks Poorly In Urban Sprawl Report
A new report ranks American cities by urban sprawl. Phoenix does not perform well on the list.
Apr. 2, 2014
More Custom Agents To Be Hired At Arizona Ports Of Entry
The federal government will hire another 2,000 customs agents to work at American ports of entry.
Apr. 1, 2014
Planned Parenthood Files An Appeal Over New Abortion Rules
Planned Parenthood wasted no time in filing an appeal, after a federal judge refused to block restrictions on an abortion drug.
Apr. 1, 2014
Navajo Gallup Water Supply Project Approved
The first major step toward providing drinking water to tribal and rural communities along the Arizona-New Mexico border was approved Tuesday.
Apr. 1, 2014
Catholic Leaders Call For Immigration Reform At Border Mass
PHOENIX — A Catholic cardinal and several bishops held a bilingual Mass at the border dividing Nogales, Ariz., and Nogales, Mex., on Tuesday.
Apr. 1, 2014
Federal Officials Ask Judge To Block Proof-Of-Citizenship Order
Federal election officials have asked a judge to temporarily suspend his own order that they help Arizona and Kansas enforce state laws requiring voters to prove their U.S. citizenship.
Apr. 1, 2014
Police Actions To Stop Riot Lead To Internal Affairs Complaints
The Tucson police department is coming under fire for its actions to quell unruly behavior by University of Arizona basketball fans on Saturday night after the Wildcats lost to Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament.
Apr. 1, 2014
Children Of Color Will Be Majority By 2018
New Census Bureau figures show children of color will be in the majority by 2018, and by 2030 the majority of the United States' labor force will be people of color.
Apr. 1, 2014
Budget Approval May Depend On Funding For Child Welfare
Approval of a budget for the fiscal year 2015 may depend on a commitment that really isn’t a commitment.
Apr. 1, 2014
Andre Agassi On His Mullet And Finding Himself
"What better way to mask who you really are than wearing a mullet, right?" Interview by James Sullivan, 2011.
Apr. 1, 2014
Catholic Bishops Visit Nogales To Promote Immigration Reform
The Catholic Church has increased its efforts to speak on behalf of migrants throughout the world. That effort will be extended to Arizona on Tuesday.
Apr. 1, 2014
Cactus League Attendance Down Slightly
Fewer baseball fans turned out to spring training games in Arizona this year.
Apr. 1, 2014

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