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Phony baron swindled early Arizona residents

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Once upon a time, the area of land stretching from Phoenix to New Mexico was part of the Barony of Arizona. At least, that’s what...

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Legislative roundup: Fast-paced finished to session

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PHOENIX — The hours dragged on Thursday into the evening and then into the early morning Friday as lawmakers moved bill after bill to...

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Pickleball serves sport and socialization for Arizona seniors

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Pickleball is becoming a hit with seniors in Arizona with an increase in places to play as well as clubs to join. The game, which combines...

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Bisbee’s Warren Ballpark pitches memories

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Warren Ballpark was named after Bisbee’s most renown drunk. George Warren was a man who bet the equivalent of $20 million today that he...

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Visitors tee off at the border

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A fence separates Naco, Arizona, from Naco, Sonora, but wedged in the Turquoise Valley is the reason many people visit this part of the...

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Arizona’s lax laws influence a passionate gun culture

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Amber Underdown, 21, loves her Second Amendment rights. “I come from a family that loves going out and shooting guns, so I feel very close...

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Game players flip with the return of pinball

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Behind the dark-stained wood door and faded red-brick of D&D Pinball in Tucson, Ariz. lies a collection of the biggest movie and TV...

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Major League Soccer kicks off

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2015 FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup Schedule (All kickoffs Mountain Time) Wednesday, February 18, 2015 Game #1, 5:30 p.m.: Colorado Rapids...

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Native Americans take a stand at the Super Bowl

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Arizona’s Native American tribes want a piece of the Super Bowl. “What better time to advertise than the Superbowl?” said Debra Krol,...

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Fan violence raises concerns, even at Super Bowl

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It’s scary when the most dangerous time at a sporting event isn’t when two 200-plus pound football players collide full speed. What’s...

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