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Boy Scout Gets Lost in Santa Rita Mountains; Fairly Useless Scout Master Didn't Really Know Where He Was Either

9 years ago by Jason Lewis
Sending teenage boy scouts out overnight to fend for themselves in the middle of the Santa Rita Mountains -- a popular spot for human and drug smuggling -- might not be the brightest idea. It apparently sounded like a good plan to the troop masters of the 14-year-old Boy Scout...
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New Prison Health Care Company Centurion Is No Better Than Corizon, Families Say

1 year ago by Elizabeth Whitman
“Nothing has changed, and everything is just as lousy,” said one woman whose incarcerated son suffers from a host of medical problems.
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ADC, Corizon Ignored Policies in Denying Hep C Treatment to Wellington Coppess

2 years ago by Elizabeth Whitman
Now, he faces several life-threatening medical problems.
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34 Cinco de Mayo Dining and Drink Specials in Greater Phoenix

2 years ago by Julie Levin
All the deals, steals, and discounts for Cinco de Mayo this year.
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New Species of Arizona Horned Dinosaur Named After Late Tucson 'Renaissance Man'

2 years ago by Ray Stern
Stan Krzyzanowski "was self-taught. He was a remarkable guy... The only sad thing was he didn't see this."
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Republican Billionaire Bob Parsons Sorry His Money Used to Attack GOP Candidate

2 years ago by Ray Stern
Parsons, who resigned from GoDaddy's board earlier this month, says he didn't know what he was getting into when he gave to American Strong.
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Here's Your Guide to September 2018 First Friday in Phoenix

2 years ago by Lynn Trimble
Good stuff coming to Roosevelt Row, Grand Avenue, Central Corridor, and Warehouse District
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Only Known Wild Jaguar Spotted by Wildlife Camera in Southern Arizona

5 years ago by Ray Stern
Here, kitty, kitty! That sound you heard outside the tent while camping near Tucson? It could have been a jaguar. New wildlife-camera footage shot in the Santa Rita Mountains a few months ago shows off one of Arizona's rarest and most beautiful mammals — Panthera onca, the native jaguar. This...
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Those Arizona Lost in 2017: They Made Us Better. And Now They Will Be Missed.

3 years ago by Phoenix New Times
Musicians, historians, humanitarians, humorists, writers, astronauts, coaches, preachers, ordinary folks, criminals and even an anteater ... they all had an impact.
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Here's Everything Going on with Phoenix's Chinese Cultural Center

3 years ago by Lynn Trimble
Phoenicians worry a change in ownership will result in wiping the site clean of Chinese design and culture.

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