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YUMA — The water in the Colorado River could fill the needs of all the homes and offices in Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas and much of Southern Ca…

NORTH CAROLINA

FRESNO, Calif. — When Darrell Imperatrice was a boy, California's San Joaquin River teemed with so many king salmon his father could catch 40-…

  • Russel A. Daniels / The Associated Press

 

Here's your chance to be a predator.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

PHOENIX — Western Union, which has been in a long-running legal battle with the attorney general over seizing money transfers to Mexico, is ne…

  • Opinion by Thomas L. Friedman New York Times News Service

Applied Materials is one of the most important U.S. companies you've probably never heard of. It makes the machines that make the microchips i…

  • By Kimberly Matas arizona daily star

W. Lane Rogers liked to mingle with scoundrels, miscreants and murderers.

 

  • By Robert Glennon Special to The Washington Post

In the United States, we constantly fret about running out of oil. But we should be paying more attention to another limited natural resource: water.

 

  • By Anne Wallace Allen For The Associated Press

VERNAL, Utah — Local legend has it that cowboys, sheepherders and trappers long knew about the huge, fossilized bones that regularly surfaced …

  • CoUrtesy of the Utah Office of Tourism

 

 

 

 

 

  • THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MOSCOW — Divers scoured the near-freezing waters flooding the cavernous rooms of Russia's largest hydroelectric plant on Tuesday, but the owne…

 

  • THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

JACKSON, Miss. — Retired FBI agent Jim Ingram, who helped state and federal officials reopen long-dormant investigations of killings from Miss…