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3 hrs ago | KSL-TV

Wyoming's ex-director of education back in Arizona

The man who headed the Wyoming Education Department during the exile of Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill has returned to Arizona.


Related Topix: Arizona Government

8 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times

Sprinkles Cupcakes in Scottsdale Is Giving Away Free Ice Cream July 29

There's probably not a whole lot more we need to say here after mentioning that you can get free ice cream tomorrow at Sprinkles Cupcakes in Scottsdale.


Related Topix: Life, Dessert, Food, Ice Cream, Cake, Baked Goods

12 hrs ago | USA Today

FAQ: Why Arizona executions face scrutiny

FAQ: Why Arizona executions face scrutiny FAQ: Why Arizona executions face scrutiny Check out this story on Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USATODAY.


Related Topix: Arizona Government, US Governors, Jan Brewer, Death Penalty

Sun Jul 27, 2014


13-year-old burglary victim gets day with police

Tempe police are calling a 13-year-old boy who was home alone when two burglars broke in a hero.


Enter Stage Right

Public utility attempting to buy Arizona elections

What's happening in Arizona right now is sufficient to make every conservative shudder.


Related Topix: US News, Solar Energy, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy

The Macon Telegraph

Lawsuit says animal massage isn't vets' work

Three animal massage practitioners jointly filed a lawsuit against the Arizona State Veterinary Medical Examining Board in March, arguing that state regulators are unconstitutionally preventing them from doing their jobs.


Related Topix: Massage Therapy, Medicine, Health, Arizona Government

The Daily Courier

Members of the Arizona Gunfighters from Mesa re-enact the gunfight at the O.K Corral

Members of the Arizona Gunfighters from Mesa re-enact the gunfight at the O.K Corral Saturday afternoon during the ninth annual Whiskey Row Shooout hosted by the Prescott Regulators and their Shady Ladies.


Deseret News

Many adults delay parenthood for these two reasons

A man contemplates having children. Many adults today either struggle to get pregnant or make the money necessary to raise a child.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Daily Courier

Lynx, Fain lakes to receive influx of catfish

Lynx and Fain lakes are going to receive a major influx of catfish the week of July 28. Lynx will receive 1,000 pounds and Fain will be stocked with 500 pounds of the whiskered fish, the department announced Friday.


Sat Jul 26, 2014

The Arizona Republic

Probe of possible VA retaliation case sought

Arizona delegation seeks probe of possible VA retaliation case A regional VA health boss is accused by a watchdog group of retaliating against a whistle-blower.


Related Topix: Life, Veteran Affairs

The Olympian

Arizona execution renews debate over methods

Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Alex Kozinski poses for a portrait in the lobby of a Washington office building, Thursday, July 24, 2014.


Related Topix: Prison, Arizona Government, US News, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, US Supreme Court, Ohio

The Arizona Republic

2 Republicans, 1 Democrat eye Dist. 23 Senate

23 Senate seat Rep. John Kavanagh hopes to gain Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Michele Reagan Check out this story on Arizona's Legislative District 23 includes most of Scottsdale, Fountain Hills and Rio Verde.


Related Topix: Immigration Reform, US News, Healthcare Law, Law, Scottsdale, AZ, Fountain Hills, AZ

The Arizona Republic

Storm knocks out power to 20,000 in Northern Arizona

Nearly 20,000 customers from Prescott to Yarnell were without power early Friday afternoon after a main power line was cut due to high winds and stormy weather.


Related Topix: Weather

ABC News

What We Dona TMt Know About Lethal Injection Drugs

Wood, a convicted murderer, died Wednesday nearly two hours after receiving what authorities said was a 50-milligram dose of both the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone.


Related Topix: Medicine, Dilaudid, Hydromorphone (generic), Arizona Government, US Governors, Jan Brewer, Chloride, Supplement, Death Penalty


As Arizona inmate gasped in execution chamber, legal drama unfolded

From the day Joseph Rudolph Wood III was condemned to death, it had taken 23 years for Arizona to finally get him into the execution chamber.

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Related Topix: 9, State Prisons, Prison

Fri Jul 25, 2014


Arizona's McCain: 2-hour execution was torture

U.S. Sen. John McCain says the execution of an Arizona inmate that lasted two hours was torture.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, US Senate, John McCain, Republican, Arizona Government


Troubled U.S. executions raise questions about doctors in death chamber

Troubled lethal injections in Oklahoma and Arizona have raised questions whether medical personnel are skilled enough to humanely put an inmate to death, and if things go wrong, expert enough to revive one if an order is given.


Related Topix: Prison, Arizona Government, Oklahoma Government, Oklahoma, Death Penalty

The Tombstone News

Arrival of Monsoon Signals Easing of Fire Restrictions in Southeast Arizona

National Park Service Effective Friday, July 11, the Bureau of Land Management Gila District, all districts of the Coronado National Forest, Saguaro National Park, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Coronado National Memorial, Chiricahua National Monument, Fort Bowie National Historic Site, Tumacacori National Historical Park, Organ Pipe Cactus ... (more)


Related Topix: Fire, US National Parks, Saguaro National Park, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

CBS Local

Virginia Keeping Drug Used in Botched Executions

Virginia Department of Corrections spokesman Larry Traylor said Friday that officials aren't considering eliminating midazolam as one of three drugs that can be used as the first dose in Virginia's three-drug cocktail.


Related Topix: Virginia, Virginia Government, Ohio, Ohio Government, Oklahoma Government, Oklahoma, Arizona Government

Phoenix New Times

Arizona Becomes the Fifth State to Require ID For Cough Medication Containing DXM

Beginning yesterday, Arizonans must be 18 or older in order to purchase cough medicine containing the ingredient dextromethorphan without a prescription.


Related Topix: Arizona Government, Suppress, Dextromethorphan (generic), Medicine, Healthcare Law, Law


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