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Source: KSAZ

Peoria :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-05-29 19:19:35 -0700 | travel-news

Traffic is backed up near the Loop 101 and Thunderbird after an accident involving motorcycles. Two motorcycles were among traffic slowing for another collision in the area...Three people, believed to be two motorcycle drivers and one passenger, have been transported...
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Source: Chandler Republic

Phoenix :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-05-08 01:04:50 -0700 | travel-news

The Arizona Republic-12 News Breaking News Team The Arlington Fire that's sending a large plume of smoke over parts of the Southwest Valley has grown four-fold since Tuesday evening, to 1,000 acres, and is now 25 percent contained, according to...
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Source: Arizona Daily Sun

Maricopa :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-04-03 05:39:50 -0700 | technology-news

Thursday, February 2, 2012 12:42 pm (0) Comments Font Size: Nearly 100 dogs and five exotic birds have been rescued in what Pinal County Animal Care and Control officials are calling an extreme case of animal hoarding. One dog had...
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Breaking News: Obama to take a bold step to ban uranium mining in Grand Canyon
 
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Colorado City :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-07-27 23:21:12 -0700 | political-news

The Obama administration is seriously contemplating a ban on mining of uranium in the 1m square acres of the Grand Canyon for a period of 20-years so as to preserve one of the natural wonders of the World. This decision...
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Source: Southwest Valley Republic

Houston :: TX :: USA | updated 2012-03-06 16:19:37 -0800 | political-news

Arizona Department of Transportation's hotline at 855-712-8530 or the Maricopa County Department of Transportation at 602-506-8600. Removing utilities as part of construction of the Loop 303 and Interstate 10 interchange will result in north-and southbound Cotton Lane being restricted from...
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Source: Arizona Daily Sun

Tucson :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-02-27 15:49:45 -0800 | technology-news

Tuesday, December 27, 2011 5:30 am (0) Comments Font Size: A power plant along Interstate 10 in Tucson is dismantling a massive old fuel-oil storage tank to make room for solar-thermal technology. The move at Tucson Electric Power Co. could...
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Phoenix :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-07-23 12:12:10 -0700 | green-news

As the second most powerful economy in the world since the second quarter of 2010, China has become aware, over the last few years, of the environmental impact of its development model. Since its 10th Five-Year Plan, China has been...
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Source: Chino Valley Review

Chino Valley :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-02-14 15:59:18 -0800 | your-story

They provide transit within Chino Valley on Mondays and Wednesdays...The transit committee and the Town Council would like to invite the public to participate in their transit program to see how easy it is to get around the area. They...
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Phoenix :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-04-19 07:26:51 -0700 | green-news

"The world's deserts collect more energy from the sun in six hours than mankind consumes in an entire year." This statement was made by Dr Gerhard Knies, German physicist and founder of the Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation (TREC) network of...
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Source: Arizona Daily Sun

Flagstaff :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-01-30 16:24:22 -0800 | political-news

00 am (0) Comments Font Size: Fire crews are planning prescribed burns on the Coconino National Forest today...Forest Service, the burns are being conducted to promote forest health and to prevent catastrophic wildfire. -- Pete Project: About 300 acres north...
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Source: KSAZ

Anchorage :: AK :: USA | updated 2012-01-12 01:56:34 -0800 | political-news

A rare, hurricane-like storm continued to pound western Alaska on Wednesday with powerful winds, destructive waves, severe coastline erosion and blizzard conditions. "It's still really nasty. It's not over yet," Bob Fischer of the National Weather Service (NWS) said of...
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Source: Chandler Republic

Tucson :: AZ :: USA | updated 2012-03-03 09:29:34 -0800 | travel-news

The Department of Public Safety is warning drivers that potential dust storms Friday may lead to hazardous driving conditions on southern Arizona highways. The National Weather Service says a strong cold front will be moving through the state causing potentially...
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Source: Chandler Republic

Flagstaff :: AZ :: USA | updated 2011-12-13 08:39:52 -0800 | technology-news

A group of Republican lawmakers from Arizona and Utah is renewing an effort to open up 1 million acres near the Grand Canyon to new mining claims. The lawmakers announced legislation Wednesday that would end the Interior Department's temporary ban...
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Source: KSAZ

Waco :: TX :: USA | updated 2011-12-10 14:06:11 -0800 | technology-news

Rain finally came to drought-stricken areas of Texas Sunday, but there will not be enough precipitation to end the state's longest dry period on record, national weather experts said. According to the US Drought Monitor, much of Texas remains in...
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Source: BBC

London :: United Kingdom | updated 2011-11-29 19:58:16 -0800 | health-news

Scientists have taken a big step toward understanding why some frogs survive the fungal disease chytridiomycosis while others quickly die. A group from Cornell University, US, identified genetic factors that seem to make some individual frogs immune.
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