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Being Santa Claus takes rigorous training, pays exceptionally well

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When Stan Dale rented a Santa Claus costume one Christmas Eve to “goof” on some friends, he had no idea that his Santa identity would become permanent. Fifteen years later, the retired 67-year-old resident of...

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Students call for universities to divest funds from the fossil fuel industry

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College students throughout the state are trying to make Arizona a little bit greener by urging their universities to divest millions of dollars from the fossil fuel industry. Students at both Northern Arizona...

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Put down the phone and pick up the fork: distracted dining causes problems

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Restaurants are starting to recognize a growing dining trend that might not be...

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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...

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A drunk crime, not a hate crime

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In the past month, the Tempe Police Department has answered at least six...

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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,...

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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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Arizona’s fight for K-12 education standards

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Will Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards give Arizona students the...

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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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