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On March 24, 1886, three escaping thieves stole a small rowboat to aid in their escape. Normally it would be written off as a loss. But they s… Read more

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PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey wants federal dollars and an expanded role for the Arizona National Guard, saying the citizens, economy and infrastr… Read more

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PHOENIX— Governor Doug Ducey announced the launch of a new statewide COVID-19 Hotline through $2 million in funding provided by the Arizona De… Read more

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PHOENIX — In response to current CDC recommendations about large community events, the Arizona Game and Fish Department 2020 Outdoor Expo has … Read more

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There are a number of reasons to prune trees. The basic principles are similar for both a deciduous shade tree and a fruit tree. This article … Read more

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They say you can’t choose your relatives. But do in-laws count? In particular what about brothers-in-law? I’m sure if you had a choice with br… Read more

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PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey declared a public health emergency Wednesday to gave state officials more leeway and tools to deal with the COVID-19… Read more

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Do you plan to pay a cleaning person, cook, gardener, babysitter, or other household worker at least $2,200 in 2020? This amount includes any … Read more

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Pony Express riders rode fast, enduring storms, fires and Indians. But the most amazing of them all was a young rider by the name of Bob Hasla… Read more

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PHOENIX — Calling it a better alternative to direct election, a House panel voted Thursday to let the governor name the state's five utility r… Read more

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This week we’ll learn about a woman who was kidnapped not just once, but twice, and how the second kidnapping affected her son. Read more

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Getting your newborn a Social Security Number is important. If your child is born in a hospital, the easiest way to secure a Social Security N… Read more

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Today, the value our money is determined by our collective faith in the stability of the United States government. But, back in the 1800’s it … Read more

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An Arizona Senate floor vote of 28-2 Jan. 30 approved Dist. 6 Sen. Sylvia Allen’s bill, SB 1035, to provide $15 million in funding for a bridge across Tonto Creek in Tonto Basin. With the approval, the bill goes to the House, where Dist. 8 Rep. David Cook’s HB 2056 is still traversing committee hearings. The House bill also seeks $15 million for the bridge project. Read more

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