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APS ups the ante in solar competition (access required)


Arizona Public Service, the state's largest utility, today asked the Arizona Corporation Commission to let it to directly install solar rooftops on 3,000 homes to produce 20 megawatts of energy. If approved, the proposal would position APS to more forcefully compete with rooftop solar firms and potentially eat into their market share.

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Unfaithful primary candidates court the party faithful


As the primary election draws near, Democratic and Republican candidates for public office in Arizona are preaching the importance of voting in the primary election. It decides the fate of most of Arizona’s elected offices and designates the party’s representative for the general election in competitive races.

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Killer was given two doses of lethal injection drugs in ‘botched’ execution


While Joseph Wood III, condemned for a 1989 double murder, lay unconscious, making sounds like snoring and seemingly gasping for air, U.S. District Court Judge Neil Wake called for a hearing. The hearing transcript reveals that Wood was given a second dose of the lethal injection drugs – the sedative midazolam and painkiller hydromorphone – after he began making noises.

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