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Acupuncturists challenge sharp new trend in physical therapy

Physical therapists in recent years have discovered the magic of the needle.

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Lawmakers consider barring publication of autopsy photos, other records

On a recent legislative free trip around southeastern Arizona, lawmakers met with Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels, who gave them a tour of Arizona’s border with Mexico and a pitch for his legislative priorities next year.

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All eyes on Arizona as formal energy hearings begin

At the heart of Arizona’s battle over solar net metering systems is whether utilities can balance solar energy with the cost of maintaining the grid that delivers electricity to all users.

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Opposite of infamy: Arizona to dedicate its WWII memorial (access required)

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One day after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, thrusting the United States into World War II, President Franklin Roosevelt told the nation that Dec. 7, 1941, was “a date which will live in infamy.”

Seventy-two years later, on Dec. 7, 2013, at an event that represents the opposite of infamy — appreciation, honor and respect — Arizona dedicates its World War II memorial at the east end of Wesley Bolin Plaza. It features two huge gun barrels resting side by side — one from the USS Arizona and the other from the USS Missouri, symbolically representing the beginning and the end of World War II.

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