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Maricopa inmates learn to live vegetarian

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Peter Pilat walks from room to room in a massive “Food Factory” warehouse in Phoenix, overseeing as Maricopa County inmates assist guards...

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‘Uber dining’ brings strangers together

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Arizona couples have given a whole new meaning to “guess who’s coming to dinner.” The cooks are trailblazing in Arizona the national...

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Arizona drag queens take the stage

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  Boogie Wonderland by Earth Wind and Fire plays as a warm up for the crowd. Young and old shimmy and shake down the aisles with...

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All-women motorcycle club cruises Arizona highways

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The 100 cubic-inch engine nestled in the black and white 2008 Victory Kingpin painted with ghost flames revs outside of Steel Horse Saloon...

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Simcox case pits right to self representation against rights of victims

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Chris Simcox—Tombstone’s former front man for border vigilantism—has a new campaign that he hopes will keep him out of prison....

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Immigrant Deaths in the Desert on the Decline in AZ

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Much of the Arizona Sonora Desert is a desolate region that is filled with desperation and little hope. Despite the lack of promise in...

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Money may not be the solution to rural doctor shortage

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Doctors are becoming a scarce commodity in rural Arizona, and despite recent legislation, it seems like money isn’t the real answer. In...

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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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Old Bisbee Brewing Co. features local hops in new brew

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 The Old Bisbee Brewing Company has prided itself on the use of top quality ingredients from around the world, but a new addition to the...

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Arizona gift shops filled with foreign souvenirs

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Gift shops full of Arizona and Western-themed souvenirs and knick-knacks line Allen Street in Tombstone. They sell similar items. A...

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