Stories tagged: "local"


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Abortion Medication May Be Accessible in Some States, but Not in Arizona — For Now

Despite the new announcement by the FDA about abortion medication, Arizonans will still have a challenging time acquiring these drugs. 

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Former Undocumented Immigrant Ylenia Aguilar Begins New Role On Central Arizona Water Conservation Board

"Indigenous Mexican people are people of the land, so my connection to the land and my roots has always been there."

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SRP Researches Cloud Seeding in White Mountains to Create Snow Amid Historic Drought

Arizona has been looking to a myriad of solutions to stem its worsening drought, including cloud seeding.

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14 of the Best Tucson Restaurants to Check Out

With a diverse and creative culinary scene, Arizona’s second-largest city is a foodie’s dream. 

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9 of the Most Instagrammable Sites in the Valley 

From natural wonders to creative man-made venues, these places prove that the Phoenix metro area knows how to take a great photo. 

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7 Must-Try Native American Restaurants in Arizona

Arizona is home to many Native American tribes—22 of which are federally recognized—each with their own unique, delicious cuisine.

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7 Must-Try Arizona Restaurants With Native American Cuisine

Arizona is home to many Native American tribes—22 of which are federally recognized—each with their own unique, delicious cuisine.