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After examining water quality samples locally and from up river states following the Gold King Mine spill, officials do not expect mine contaminants to greatly impact Arizona water.
Aug. 18, 2015
Lauren Kuby is the city councilwoman proposing the plan. She said after a similar ban in Phoenix was upheld in court, it was time for Tempe to pass a similar ordinance.
Aug. 18, 2015
The director of the Department of Child Safety will update Arizona legislators on the agency’s progress Wednesday morning.
Aug. 18, 2015
Going to the gym can be a slog, even for the fittest among us. But for our canine companions, when Arizona’s summer heat is most punishing, an inside work-out space can be a great alternative.
Aug. 18, 2015
The money comes from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and will be used for a new well, designed for long-term water storage.
Aug. 18, 2015
The Tohono O’odham Nation wants a federal judge to rule on whether Gov. Doug Ducey and Attorney Mark Brnovich were active participants in an effort to block the opening of their casino near Glendale.
Aug. 18, 2015
Arizona abortion providers must now tell the state what happens to tissue from abortions in an effort to ensure nothing is being illegally sold.
Aug. 18, 2015
A new survey finds statewide consumer confidence at the highest level since 2007, except in Pima County.
Aug. 18, 2015
A Tucson resident says the city's 1,500 newly-installed parking meters are too tall, making them hard to use for people in wheelchairs.
Aug. 18, 2015
As Arizona State University students get ready to start class Thursday, school officials are urging them to stay safe.
Aug. 18, 2015
Three men affiliated with an Arizona militia group are charged in federal court with replicating a tactic long used by smugglers: Stealing drugs from people who have already sneaked them past the Mexican border.
Aug. 18, 2015
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson plans to deliver a speech at the Phoenix convention center.
Aug. 18, 2015
A teacher at Fountain Hills Middle School is recovering after being bitten by a rattlesnake.
Aug. 18, 2015
Wet weather in May and June brought good news Monday from federal water managers keeping close tabs on the Colorado River water supply for about 40 million residents in seven Southwest U.S. states.
Aug. 18, 2015
The public has more time to comment on a proposal to increase fees and change the way permits are doled out at a monument near the Arizona-Utah border.
Aug. 18, 2015
A highway north of the Grand Canyon is still reduced to one lane more than a week after heavy rain left it swamped with mud and boulders.
Aug. 17, 2015
The 500-acre Rattlesnake Fire is burning in a remote area and does not threaten any structures or communication lines, according to an official with the Prescott National Forest.
Aug. 17, 2015
The chemical spill into Colorado’s Animas River has made its way downstream and is now affecting the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Farming Authority has shut off public water intakes and irrigation canals. And that leaves hundreds of Navajo farmers driving long distances to water their crops.
Aug. 17, 2015
Students at Arizona State University have been moving into their dorms since Saturday. But Monday could be even more hectic.
Aug. 17, 2015
July 31, 1964, isn’t typically listed among the historic dates of space exploration. However, it marked a significant moment for NASA scientists and engineers in the drama of the Space Race.
Aug. 17, 2015

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