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FORT HUACHUCA, AZ - Built in 1942, the Mountain View Black Officers' Club still stands today in Fort Huachucadecades after the "separate but equal" laws were repealed. Despite this, the World War II-era military service club is listed as one ...
Red Cross shelter set up at Yavapai College. The shelter said they can hold up to 110 people overnight, and the longer the evacuation orders remain in place, the busier they expect the shelter to be. A lot of people are out and about trying to get details about their families, their friends, and their homes. "Hopefully, I'll be in my own bed," said evacuee Frances Arenz. It's ...
Coping with the health effects of wildfire smoke requires both community cooperation and some individual judgment and ingenuity, experts say. How much smoke we're exposed to depends on a number of things, from the direction the wind blows to the type of fuel feeding a fire to the terrain around the blaze. Smoke typically dilutes with distance, but plumes carried hundreds of miles can still ...
FLORENCE, AZ - Authorities say convicted Valley serial shooter, Dale Hausner, died Wednesday afternoon. According to the Arizona Department of Corrections, the 40-year-old inmate was found unresponsive in his cell just after 12 p.m. He was transported to Florence Hospital at Anthem and was pronounced dead at 1:15 p.m. The department's Criminal Investigation Unit is leading the investigation ...
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In playing the eponymous detective in Guy Ritchies Sherlock Holmes reboot, Robert Downey Jr. joins an extensive rank of actors that include such luminaries as Peter OToole, John Barrymore, Nicol Williamson, Peter Cushing, Jonathan Pryce, and, of course, the incomparabl ... ...
PHOENIX/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An Arizona wildfire whipped up by strong winds threatened hundreds of homes on Wednesday, even as firefighters were gaining an edge on a California blaze raging near a pristine wilderness, authorities ...
Fire fighting teams tackle a blaze in northern Arizona on Wednesday, which has forced the evacuation of hundreds of homes from a hot, dry ...
In an unsigned (read: cowardly) opinion piece published this week, these idiot elitists advised county Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox to "butt out" of any discussion or vote on the ACLU's big racial-profiling lawsuit Melendres v. Arpaio. Actually, Republic columnist Laurie Roberts took up the cudgel first, commenting on a move by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery to block ...
DENVER - A new wildfire in the foothills southwest of Denver forced the evacuation of dozens of homes Wednesday as hot and windy conditions in much of Colorado were making it easy for new fires to start and spread. The new fire burning near Pine was small, but it was still a concern because it was producing large flames and headed toward a ridge. The fire began in an area of the Pike National ...
Fire Weather Warning issued June 19 at 2:35PM MST expiring June 19 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Graham; Greenlee… Fire Weather Warning issued June 19 at 2:21PM MST expiring June 20 at 6:30AM MST in effect for: ...
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Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
Iran's president-elect was speaking after his historic election victory.
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Siding with the Obama administration, the US Supreme Court Monday tossed out a provision in a Arizona state law requiring proof of citizenship for registration as a voter.
With a 7-2 majority, the apex court ruled that the state's voter-approved law interfered with federal law designed to make voter registration easier.
Opponents of the law saw it as an attack on vulnerable voter groups such as minorities, immigrants and the elderly, while the state called the provision a "sensible precaution" to prevent voter fraud.
Civil rights group countered that it added an unconstitutional and burdensome layer of paperwork for tens of thousands of citizens.
The Obama Justice Department opposed the Arizona law, which went beyond what other states have done to ensure integrity in the registration system.
The case focuses on Arizona but the decision would have wider implications as four other states - Alabama, Georgia, Kansas and Tennessee - have similar requirements, and 12 other states are contemplating such legislation.
A single judge of the apex court a year ago blocked the Arizona law from being enforced, while the full court decided internally whether to accept pending appeals for review. ...
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