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Arizona geocachers banned from land

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The Arizona State Trust Land Department officially banned geocaching on their grounds last year, saying the outdoor recreation violates state policy against litter, according to Eric Schudiske, spokesman for...

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More bartending jobs on tap for Arizona

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Job seekers might want to brush up on their cocktail recipes as Arizona is expected to have the second highest expected growth rate for bartending in the nation for the next decade. That is good news for Patrick...

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Arizona encourages kids to bike safely to school

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Arizona bicyclists might notice a younger demographic pedaling down their...

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Bike-share programs spreading in Arizona

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Bright green bikes are spreading through the state. Last fall, Phoenix...

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Part 1: Federal program fuels militarization of police

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Millions of dollars in military- grade armaments flow into Arizona communities...

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Part 2: A statewide audit shows arms to spare

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Thirty-three percent of the law enforcement agencies in the state don’t follow...

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Part 3: Armed and ready absent oversight, training

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Bisbee is the most heavily armed police department in the state of Arizona,...

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Is the lure of the Wild West fading?

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  Is western culture too tough to die? Tourism in Tombstone Arizona has...

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Historical crops may be the future of sustainable agriculture

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Two Southern Arizonan nonprofit organizations, Native Seeds/SEARCH and Tohono...

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Top 15 suggestions for graduates to become financially savvy

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Papers turned in. Last exam taken. Degree in hand, one enters the world of...

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Tombstone banks on history to attract visitors

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The clop of horses’ hooves and jingle of spurs on the wooden sidewalk peppers...

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Miss Rita: Bringing heart and soul to Arizona football

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It’s impossible to miss her big smile and bright blonde hair bouncing through...

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Wildlife program launches to preserve animal homes in Arizona

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A small bird is part of a big plan to help endangered animals in Arizona. The...

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Poor Mexican gas quality myth debunked

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Nogales, Sonora — Victor Carrasco, a personal trainer from Nogales,...

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Bighorn sheep vulnerable to diseases

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Some sheep just aren’t meant to be together. Wild bighorn sheep populations...

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