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Insect Forces Expanded Arizona Citrus Quarantine

Tiny bug psyllid can carry 'citrus greening disease,' and has devastated parts of Florida's crop.

Republicans: Grand Canyon Needs No New Protection

4 Arizona congressmen oppose designation as national monument, which would protect watershed.

METRO WEEK EXTRA: In Search of Local Brewing Products

All components needed to make craft beers truly Tucson products are falling into place.

METRO WEEK: Tucson Beer Brewing Becoming Big Business

Craft beverages continue growing in popularity; one brewmaster's search for all local products.

AZ WEEK: Will Congress Pass Immigration Reform?

McSally, pushing legislation; Grijalva wants comprehensive package; McCain seeks to end impasse.

Gone Missing: Family's Search for Long-Lost Daughter

Nearly 30 years later, Rochelle Ihm's disappearance in Phoenix remains unresolved.

Supporters of Mexican Immigrant in Sanctuary Start Campaign

Almost 7 months after woman went into sanctuary, 'We Stand With Rosa' effort is begun.

Legislation OKs Kin to Payday Loan Industry in Arizona

Lawmakers push bill out of committee to allow high-interest 'flex loans' for those with bad credit.

Life-changing Experiences While Serving Overseas

Peace Corps volunteers say life abroad opens new horizons, and is unforgettable.

Rockies Snow Pack Slightly Below Average

Measurements show pack at 90% of long-term average, rare decent news in drought-stricken region.

Gone Missing: Arizona Nearly Leading the Nation in Missing Persons Cases

Federal statistics show high numbers of unidentifed remains, too; promixity to border among reasons.

Mexico's Top Teams to Play Dozen Games at Kino Complex

Beisbol Spring Training comes to Old Pueblo, with matchups over three weekends in March.

Pima County Board Says No to Not Hiring Smokers

Supervisors OK $30 health insurance surcharge for workers who use tobacco or nicotine.

Arizona House Committee OKs Earlier Primary Election

Other proposed changes include Clean Elections funding, fixing early ballot errors, restricting petitions.

Arizona Leads in Solar Industry Jobs, With 7% Growth

More than 9,000 employed statewide, mostly as installers; that's third best in country.

Election Law Changes Debated in Legislature Monday

Among proposals: earlier primary, Clean Elections restirctions, fixes allowed for early ballot mistakes.

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