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Federal Investigators Look Into Sexual Harassment Allegations At Grand Canyon National Park

Federal investigators are at Grand Canyon National Park this week looking into allegations of sexual harassment and retaliation by some Park employees, including Rangers. As Arizona Public Radio’s Gillian Ferris…

Federal Judge Overturns Arizona's Ban On Same-Sex Marriage

A federal judge in Phoenix today overturned Arizona’s ban on same-sex marriage on grounds that it was unconstitutional. The ruling now clears the way for legal unions between same-sex couples.…

NOAA Releases Winter 2014-'15 Weather Outlook

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Brain Food: Flagstaff Becomes Test Site To Track E. coli

E. coli is commonly thought of as a gut bug, but many times it presents itself in the urinary tract. Now, researchers in Flagstaff are studying how the germ gets…

State Rep. Wants to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Ahead of 2016 Ballot Initiative

Next year, an Arizona lawmaker plans to introduce legislation that would legalize recreational marijuana. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, if passed, the law would mark the first such…

High Methane Concentration at the Four Corners

A recent finding by NASA reveals that a small area in the four corners region has the highest methane gas concentration in the United States. As Arizona Public Radio’s Justin…

Lead Poisoning in California Condors at a 10-Year Low

Deadly levels of lead in endangered California condors are at a 10-year low. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, a collaboration between conservationists and hunters to reduce the use…

Mexican Gray Wolf Death in Eastern Arizona Under Investigation

Last month, an endangered Mexican gray wolf was found dead in eastern Arizona. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, the animal was part of the Blue Range Recovery Area…

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Former Congressman Rick Renzi’s Conviction

A federal appeals court today upheld the conviction of former Republican Congressman for Arizona’s first district, Rick Renzi, on charges of extortion, fraud, conspiracy and racketeering. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard…

Wildlife Advocates Urge Bearizona to Sever Ties with Questionable Bear Facilities

The advocacy group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling on a wildlife park near Williams to sever its relationships with three other animal facilities. As Arizona Public…

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