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170 sickened at Yosemite; park confirms 2 cases of norovirus

Yosemite National Park is investigating about 170 reports of gastrointestinal illnesses and has confirmed two cases of norovirus, officials said Jan. 16.

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8 horses found fatally shot near Heber-Overgaard

Last February, four dead horses were found inside the Heber Wild Horse Territory. That brought the total to 16 dead horses found since October 2018.

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1 coal generator at Cholla power plant to close in 2020

The remaining two units are scheduled to close in 2025.

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Governor seeks US funding for bridge after kids die in creek

The Tonto Creek project in Gila County has been denied federal funding in the past but is an "excellent candidate" for a federal grant, Ducey said in a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.

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Advocate: Colorado River Basin states need to cut water use

A longtime water conservation advocate says Arizona and the other Lower Colorado River Basin states need to cut their water use more and faster.

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Mountain lions killed after feeding on human remains

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Three mountain lions found feeding on human remains near a popular Tucson hiking trail have been killed, Arizona authorities said Wednesday.

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US Senate bill would ban mining claims around Grand Canyon

Democratic U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona has introduced a bill that would ban new mining claims around the Grand Canyon.

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Endangered Mexican gray wolf turns up dead in New Mexico

Wildlife managers are investigating the death of an endangered Mexican gray wolf found last month in New Mexico.

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Hopi Tribe commits to reducing arsenic in water at cultural center

Federal officials say the Hopi Tribe has failed to meet a deadline to reduce arsenic in drinking water at the tribe’s cultural center.

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Governor Ducey reveals new state highway signs

Welcome to Arizona

The Grand Canyon is among six iconic Arizona landscapes that will appear on new signs welcoming visitors to the state.

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