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Ban on coyote hunting contests finalized

Rule passes governor’s regulatory review in 6-0 vote

Arizona has banned organized contests where hunters try to kill the most coyotes or other wildlife predators for prizes such as cash or hunting equipment.

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Body of woman found in Lake Mead

Authorities say a woman was found dead at Lake Mead.

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Air Force: Fighter jet accidentally fires rocket near Tucson

Air Force officials are investigating after an A-10C Thunderbolt II fighter jet on a training mission accidentally fired a rocket near Tucson.

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Oregon man causes $60K damage near Crater Lake

An Oregon man caused over $60,000 in damages while driving off-road at Crater Lake National Park.

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USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu reopens after 15-month closure for repairs

Hawaii’s USS Arizona Memorial reopened Labor Day weekend following a 15-month closure, National Park Service officials said.

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Homicide suspects overpower guards, escape during transport to Tucson

Police officials said two homicide suspects escaped police custody in Blanding, Utah Aug. 27 while they were being transported to Tucson.

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44 tourists at Lost Dutchman State Park rescued while hiking in Arizona heat

A group of fitness coordinators from Kansas became overwhelmed while climbing a mountain trail near metro Phoenix in sweltering temperatures and two members had to be airlifted to safety, authorities said Aug. 23.

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Southern California nest cam eagle flies for first time

A young bald eagle that the public watched hatch online in a Southern California mountain nest has finally made its first flight.

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Teen drowns on Page High School trip to Lake Powell

A 15-year-old boy drowned during a visit to Lake Powell with a group from his high school.

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New law allows federal trials in additional Arizona cities

Expansion to have minimalimpact on crimes committed in Grand Canyon National Park

Expanded federal court proceedings are now allowed in additional Arizona cities, a change officials said could make the court system more accessible.

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