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Above-average snowpack improves Colorado River reservoir levels

Posted by   /  April 20, 2019  /  Water  /  No Comments

It’s good news for Arizona water this year, but doesn’t reverse nearly two decades of drought in the Colorado River Basin The late-afternoon sun on Lake Powell, April 2018/Vanessa Barchfield/AZPM By Ariana Brocious | Arizona Public Media Above-average snowpack in the upper Colorado River basin means good news — this year — for the reservoirs […]

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Measles and pox: Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Cartoon

Posted by   /  April 19, 2019  /  Health Care, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

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Arizona cities, from happiest to angriest, according to dentists, tweets

Posted by   /  April 19, 2019  /  Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

By Angel Mendoza | Arizona Republic  If Arizona cities could boast a collective mood based on their Twitter feeds alone, it seems that Gilbert’s would be all smiles and Tucson, not so much.  At least according to one company’s new study. Byte, a dental aligner company, analyzed about 12 million tweets nationwide over the course […]

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Mueller Report sideshow led by former Arizona Diamondback

Posted by   /  April 19, 2019  /  Government and Politics, Sports  /  No Comments

Something happened in Washington on Thursday: the Nats played the Giants. Above, fans pose for photos with George Washington in the stands at Nationals Park in 2017. /Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo By Niels Lesniewski | Roll Call You didn’t have to venture far from the Capitol on Thursday to find a crowd of […]

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Arizona Public Service: State-regulated utility or ‘political machine’?

Posted by   /  April 19, 2019  /  Energy and Environment  /  No Comments

In 2014, APS spent more than $10 million to get this guy, Tom Forese, and Doug Little elected to the Arizona Corporation. /Gage Skidmore/Flickr By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times The people running every Arizonan’s favorite utility, Arizona Public Service, are actually admirably creative political strategists, if playing dirty is your thing. During the […]

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Sacramento, St. Louis among leading candidates after MLS announces expansion to 30 teams

Posted by   /  April 19, 2019  /  Sports  /  No Comments

MLS set its expansion target at 28 teams By Brian Straus | Spots Illustrated  MLS set its expansion target at 28 teams, saw a bunch of interested investors in more than a dozen cities run a race to be among those selected and then concluded, why stop there? So 30 it is. For now. Following […]

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‘Snowflake,’ ‘Fake news,’ ‘No collusion’: Arizona politicians react to Mueller report

Posted by   /  April 18, 2019  /  Featured News, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Ronald J. Hansen and Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | Arizona Republic  Both sides struck predictable partisan stances as the public began to absorb the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into President Trump and Russian interference in the 2016 election.  The Justice Department released the 448-page report Thursday morning and partisan side-taking quickly ensued. […]

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Microsoft buys up more Phoenix-area land for $37 million

Posted by   /  April 18, 2019  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Microsoft spent $37 million on about 147 acres in Goodyear Microsoft has just seen one of the most bullish analysts on Wall Street get even deeper conviction about the company’s upside ahead. /Photo: Volodymyr Kyrylyuk / Shutterstock.com By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Microsoft Microsoft purchased another big chunk of land […]

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[REGIONAL NEWS] Decision blindsides Facebook, New Mexico officials warn

Posted by   /  April 18, 2019  /  Economy, Regional News  /  No Comments

A circuit board Zia symbol is one of the murals on the walls of the new Facebook Data Center in Los Lunas. /Jim Thompson/Albuquerque Journal By Kevin Robinson-Avila/Albuquerque Journal A state Public Regulation Commission decision Tuesday requiring PNM to bill Facebook for nearly half the cost of a new, $85 million transmission line could reverberate […]

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[REGIONAL NEWS] Denver may become the first US city to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms

Posted by   /  April 18, 2019  /  Media and Entertainment, Regional News  /  No Comments

The city’s voters are now deciding whether to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms Psychedelic psilocybin mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms./ Photofusion/Universal Images Group via Getty Images By German Lopez | Vox Denver is now voting on whether it should become the first US city to effectively decriminalize mushrooms containing the psychedelic psilocybin — also known as […]

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