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Affordable Care Act: informing young Arizonans about healthcare options

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About 43 percent of young Americans are still without health insurance, two years after the launch of the Affordable Care Act. As the second enrollment period gets underway, some advocates in Arizona are hoping to...

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Arizona drought may be nearing an end

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After historic summer rainfall in Arizona, the state is still in a drought, but that may change over the next three months. Beginning in December and continuing through February, Arizona should be entering El Niño...

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WIFA helping communities convert to solar

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Five rural cities in Arizona are being powered by solar thanks to loans from...

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Have your cake and eat it too: gluten-free industry has high hopes for growth

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Thirteen years ago, Gluten Free Creations Bakery opened in Phoenix as the very...

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Ski resorts hoping to avoid last year’s slippery slope

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When Arizona comes to the minds of people, it’s usually the Red Rocks of...

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Arizona might become the land of no fish

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It might be time for Arizonans to rethink their water use as it may diminish...

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Silent killers stalk Arizonans

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Cancer, heart disease, respiratory disease, stroke and Alzheimer’s. These are...

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Troubled time for horses in Arizona

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  When Connie Thomson began volunteering for Equine Voices Rescue &...

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Strategies evolve to build the UA brand

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  For University of Arizona Athletic Director Greg Byrne, the message is...

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Crosswalk buttons don’t do what you think, instead help people with disabilities

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When you push the crosswalk button at any intersection in Tucson or Phoenix,...

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Arizona’s uninsured population decreases

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Health care continues improving for many Arizonans who took advantage of...

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Yavapai grads find jobs in boosting wine industry

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Yavapai College graduated the first class of its new viticulture program last...

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Same-sex ruling brings changes to wedding planning

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When Angela Soto and Linda Dols get married Nov. 13, it’ll be their second...

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From students to soldiers: leaving Arizona to fight in Israel

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Gahl Schuster was a sophomore at the University of Arizona when he packed his...

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UA exercise mimics pandemic emergency

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A bird flu pandemic hit the University of Arizona Oct. 31. But it wasn’t real....

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