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Doug Ducey said he knows that in order to be the next governor of Arizona, getting out and meeting voters away from the State Capitol is crucial.  …

Javelina runs wild in living room

Elsa and Peter Gassner received a surprise guest in their home on Jan. 5 when a collared peccary — otherwise known as a javelina — made its way into their living room.…

Jones aims for governor’s office

Even though she may be new to the political scene, Christine Jones said she’s no stranger to how politics work.

“One of the most important things a governor can say to the federal government is, ‘Not on my watch,’” she said. “We need someone who says they’re going to do something regardless of the political nonsense.”…

Tigers arrive at new home

They didn’t have names as of last week, but two tiger cubs were already starting to fit in at Out of Africa Wildlife Park.

The two arrived at the park after being transported up from the Phoenix area.…

Bald eagle court battle continues

The Center for Biological Diversity, an Arizona-based nonprofit that works to advance protections for endangered species, is continuing legal efforts to try and have bald eagles returned to the federally protected list of species.…

Quilter Kittredge qualifies for contest

Patsy Kittredge has worked in nearly every medium of art. She took up the art of quilting 20 years ago and the fruits of her hard work has paid off with an entry in a national quilt show hosted by the American Quilter’s Society in Phoenix from Wednesday, Feb. 5, through Saturday, Feb. 8.…

Loren escapes cult & challenges spirituality

Like many who have made Sedona their home, Christopher Loren came to Sedona in search of spiritual answers, but after 16 years, he’s changing all the questions.…

Deputies hunting for Oak Creek Canyon sexual assault suspect

Coconino County Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives are investigating the sexual assault of a 52-year-old woman from Tucson, who was sightseeing in Oak Creek Canyon on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

The suspect is described as a white male, mid to late 40s, with medium-length dark hair,…

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