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Breaking the code of the Navajo Nation

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For many Americans, the word Navajo conjures up images of the World War II code talkers who used their unique language to encrypt secret radio messages sent to the front lines. Here’s what many don’t know. It’s...

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Weekly Legislative Roundup

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PHOENIX — The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday kept the work week short for the Arizona Legislature as both houses get normal business going after their syllabus week. Gov. Doug Ducey’s budget proposal remained at...

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Catching the buzz: Researchers key on honeybees

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On a sunny September morning in Tucson, Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman holds up a...

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University of Arizona athletes graduating at highest rate since 2004, but remain lowest in state

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Former University of Arizona football player Matt Scott, who was at Arizona...

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Mysterious migration: tracking the Lesser Long-Nosed bat

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Sandy Wolf’s goal for the evening is simple: Tag 25 bats. The tags are small,...

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January to mark Organ Pipe’s first tours of entire park since 2003

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The entirety of Organ Pipe National Monument’s grounds opened in September,...

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Closing the gender wage gap in Arizona

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  Women in Arizona earn 84 cents for every dollar men make. Women are...

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Arizona’s high suicide rate spurs ideas for change

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Approximately three Arizonans die by suicide each day. The state ranks 8th in...

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Mariachi turning up the heat in Arizona

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Mariachi music is hot. Rap, rock, country and pop musicians are all...

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Casino gambling making big bucks in Arizona

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Casinos in Arizona are starting to regain some of the business lost during the...

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Research keys on building stockpiles of organs

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Dr. Zain Khalpey stands next to a ghostly white lung pumping rhythmically on...

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Textbook selection in a political bind

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Recent high-profile cases of ideological fights concerning the material...

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Fire in to the season with Sonoran Glass School

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Southern Arizona is adding Sonoran Glass School to its list of must-see...

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A teacher in Globe: difficult circumstances, unwavering spirit

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Amber Franco-Alexander hardly needed a college degree to recognize her love...

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Hispanic graduation rates signify looming troubles

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  In the United States, Hispanic students are almost twice as likely to...

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