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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...

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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...

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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 lanes. Schools throughout the state are helping children learn...

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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 collaborated with CycleHop and Social Bicycles to launch Arizona’s...

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Wyatt Earp: a distant relative returns

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A story about Tombstone isn’t complete without a story about Wyatt Earp. On May 22, the great-grandnephew of Wyatt Earp, also named Wyatt,...

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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 with minimal standards for training or oversight on how the...

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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, with 4.15 handguns per sworn officer and 3.77 rifles and...

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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 seen a significant decrease within the last decade. According...

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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 O’odham Community Action, are working to promote wild food...

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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 post-graduation and career life. Often, this is a time to start...

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