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10 tips for Arizona spring planting season

This article was originally published March 17, 2010.
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Hikers warned of bear spotted in canyon outside of Tucson

TUCSON - Arizona wildlife officials are warning hikers to watch out for a bear in an area of the Santa Rita Mountains.
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How hot was it? Phoenix tops another daily heat record

PHOENIX -- The high at Sky Harbor Airport reached 116 Monday. An excessive heat warning remains in effect through Thursday.
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Exclusive: Chef to bring ‘a uniquely Arizona experience’ to new farm, inn, restaurant project

To run a restaurant, inn, farm and cooking school is plenty bold, but James Porter is doing it in the the Prescott National Forest.
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Wildlife officials consider killing bear near Tucson

TUCSON - Wildlife officials are considering what to do with a nuisance bear in the Santa Rita Mountains that reportedly charged within 10 feet of hikers.
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Got termites? If not, you probably will

A University of Arizona expert tells how to keep termites from eating your home and wallet.
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Why is Phoenix so hot?

The urban heat island, high pressure and a phenomenon called Hadley Cells contribute to the Valley's hot climate
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Tucson teen recovering after rattlesnake bite to ankle

A Tucson teenager is expected to be OK after being bitten in the ankle by a rattlesnake.
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