Arizona Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. State begins removing homes for planned Phoenix freewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Crews knocked down the first of hundreds of Phoenix homes slated for demolition Thursday, marking the beginning of a long-planned freeway development. A bulldozer hired by the Arizona Department of Transportation tore through a vacant house in the suburb of Ahwatukee shortly after 7 a.m. The single-family home with a Spanish tiled roof was soon reduced to a pile of brown and white rubble.

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  2. State could combine Arizona Commerce Authority, Tourism Office effortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey wants to rework the state's image and branding. That includes better coordinating advertising and marketing for tourism and business attraction.

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  3. ' Camping 101 Family Campout Program Opens Fall RegistrationRead the original story

    Thursday | Arizona State Parks

    Have you ever wanted to bring your family camping but weren't sure where to start? The Arizona Family Campout Program is a unique program designed for families who have little or no experience camping. During an activity filled weekend, families will be introduced to new adventures, learning to camp at one of their favorite State Parks, inspiring them to continue to explore the great outdoors.

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  4. Arizona football: Sharif Williams is focusing on conditioning to prepare for his responsibilitesRead the original story

    Thursday | Arizona Desert Swarm

    Sharif Williams brings the much-needed size to the defensive line, and could be a big time contributor once he is able to get his body 100% prepared for action on the field. It's been a rocky road for Williams to get to Arizona, but he's finally here and ready to make some moves.

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  5. New federal rule on control of waterways blockedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC15.com

    ... iguity in the law and makes it easier for the states to manage some waterways. The other states involved are Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, South Dakota and Wyoming.

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  6. What it means that Arizona is open for businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    "Arizona is open for business" has become more than just a common refrain from Gov. Doug Ducey . It has become a mantra in how he approaches economic development since taking office in January.

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  7. Aug. 27, 2015 | Governor Doug Ducey severs relationship with private prison operator in KingmanRead the original story

    Thursday | Sonoran News

    PHOENIX Governor Doug Ducey has announced that Arizona will sever its relationship with private prison operator Management & Training Corporation at the Arizona State Prison Kingman Complex following riots there in July.

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  8. Aug. 27, 2015 | Should SB1070 Be Secondary to... SB1108? | By Russell PearceRead the original story

    Thursday | Sonoran News

    The entire world, driven by news-media reports, has become fixated on the illegal-immigrant invasion Arizona has suffered under for years.

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  9. Arizona is firing private prison operator after major riots - and 5 years of turning a blind eyeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Kos

    Governor Doug Ducey, famous for firing anyone looking into corporation's violations of the most basic regulations, is going to have to fire someone he actually likes: Arizona will fire the private operator running a state prison after three major uprisings that caused extensive damage and forced more than 1,200 inmates to be relocated, Gov. Doug Ducey said on Wednesday. The state has already begun the process of canceling its contract with Utah-based Management and Training Corp. in the wake of riots and violence inside two units at the Kingman prison last month, Ducey said.

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  10. Pac-12 QB lot has to live up to the hypeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Portland Tribune

    People have been talking up the Pac-12's quarterbacks, but at least on paper, the 2015 QB lot doesn't quite stack up to last year's, which was led by Marcus Mariota, Sean Mannion and Brett Hundley. The returning standouts are at USC , Cal , Stanford and Arizona .

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  11. 10 Great Tracks Pitchfork Left Out of Its Best Songs of the '80s ListRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Stranger

    ... honored she must've been. Meat Puppets, "Plateau" (1984). Comes at you like a bare-bones Neil Young from the Arizona desert. One of Kurt Cobain's favorite songs, because that man had great taste. The supernova of awesome that happens at 1:45 never ...

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  12. Long term bridge repair project kicks off east of TucsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KOLD-TV Tucson

    PIMA COUNTY, AZ - The Arizona Department of Transportation has started work on westbound I-10 east of Tucson, in order to replace the Davidson Canyon Bridge. Crews reduced westbound I-10 to one lane on Thursday, August 27 as they began demolishing and replacing one half of the bridge, located between Marsh Station Road and the junction with State Route 83. The right lane was closed early that day to set a concrete protection barrier, which will keep workers safe for the roadwork's duration.

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  13. New Research Finds Gap Between Postsecondary Certificate and Degree...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PRWeb

    College Success Arizona released a new policy brief today highlighting the critical need to increase the percentage of Arizonans that hold postsecondary certificates and degrees, and the benefits associated with increased educational attainment. The brief has national implications as it spotlights five other states serving as aspirational examples of states that have put strategies in place to improve college attainment for their students.

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  14. A new chapter for E-Verify policy in TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KGNS-TV Laredo

    ... bill, and nine states go even further by requiring that all employers use E-Verify. Those states are Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Utah. Though SB 374 only applies to state agencies ...

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  15. Commentary: A tale of 2 citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Verde Independent

    ... Commerce He currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization and the Arizona Association for Economic Development, as well as two governor's committees dealing with economic development throughout ...

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  16. Police and Fire adopt new records and mobile softwareRead the original story

    Thursday | World News Report

    The two Arizona agencies selected Spillman for its timesaving computer-aided dispatching, field reporting, and data sharing capabilities and will join the shared, multi-agency system hosted by Gila County Sheriff's Office. Additionally, Gila County Sheriff's Office has added mobile software to its existing Spillman system.

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  17. Art with Conviction gives prisoners a voiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Arizona Republic

    ... looks like. So far, Art With Conviction has displayed works from 32 inmates who are or were housed at prisons in Arizona and Nevada. Most are men, and the overwhelming majority are still incarcerated. Aaron Montoya, 35, is an exception. He was ...

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  18. Today in Arizona HistoryRead the original story

    Thursday | The Navajo Times

    ... Civil War arrived from California. On this date in 1876, Dr. Nelson Bledsoe, former chief surgeon of the Calumet and Arizona Mining Co. at Bisbee and for many years a practicing physician in Southern Arizona, was born. On this date in 1894, a ...

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  19. What Happened to the Wild Camels of the American WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Time

    Initially seen as the Army's answer to how to settle the frontier, the camels eventually became a literal beast of burden In the 1880s, a wild menace haunted the Arizona territory. It was known as the Red Ghost, and its legend grew as it roamed the high country.

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  20. Is Vester Lee Flanagan Another Jared Lee Loughner?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Caller

    ... I think Jared Lee Loughner is a really bad comparison. When Loughner shot 19 people back in January 2011, including Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords, immediately our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters took no time at all to start assigning blame : ...

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