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Food banks get lesson in economics

More demand, less supply, higher prices.

Updated recovery plan for Mexican wolves aims to reduce human-caused deaths

The plan aims to further protect the endangered wolves through increased law enforcement, education and outreach to communities near where the wolves live.

‘Somebody special for our 500th ride’

100-year-old WWII veteran flies with Grounded No More

Yoga for addiction recovery and mental health expands among care providers

It has made its way into the mental and behavioral health field as a supporting tool in addiction recovery.

Slow, steady and high tech: Study using GPS to track Sonoran desert tortoises

Sonoran desert tortoises can hold water for up to a year, Rubke said. That matters given that Arizona is in a megadrought.

Arizona high schooler makes a name for himself in the international chess world

He is closing in on the title of International Master.

Grand Canyon’s water ‘backbone’ to get major overhaul starting this fall

Built from 1965 through ’70, the Trans-Canyon Waterline is falling apart, and it has been for years.

‘Fresh food, fresh start’: Tucson cafe doubles as training program for people with mental illness

Located in downtown Tucson, Café 54 serves as an employment training program for people with mental health conditions or developmental disabilities.

‘Would he be forgotten?’ How a niece’s crusade and military scientists led to ID of Korean War vet

A Cochise County veteran of the Korean War is laid to rest 70 years after he was killed in action.

6-week convergence of major sporting events could make Arizona betting capital of the world

College football, the Super Bowl, and golf are all headed to Arizona in early 2023.

Iconic Strong Arm was one of many saguaros killed by climate change, deadly bacteria

For close to two centuries, Strong Arm stood sentinel over the Tortolita Preserve near Marana.

Tempe plans to reopen long dormant water reclamation plant amid grinding drought

The recession caused its closure but the drought is changing plans.

Arizona leaders join others at White House for forum on federal funds

Tucson Mayor Regina Romero was one of the invited guests.

As Arizona recovers from pandemic, Black entrepreneurs still face challenges

Black business owners, who as of 2021, have the lowest entrepreneurship rates of any single race and ethnicity in the U.S.

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