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  • By Rosie Romero Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Each year, thousands of Arizona residents email or call Rosie Romero’s radio show with questions about everything from preventing fires in the…

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Singer Paul Butterfield performs at New York's Palladium Theater Oct. 1, 1977 in a benefit performance for the New York Public Library to purc…

  • TERRY KETRON NEWS IMAGES

The 37-acre, 5-megawatt photovoltaic array will supply power to customers of UniSource Energy Services. The system, expected to provide enough…

  • Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

A new farm is going up along Interstate 19 near Rio Rico, but it's not raising cotton or even pecans.

  • Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

As many as 670 Tucson Electric Power customers lost power midday Friday after a truck snagged a cable line south of downtown, a company spokes…

  • Felicia Fonseca The Associated Press

FLAGSTAFF - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued its final rule aimed at cleaning up the largest single source of haze-causing …

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS

The charred interior of the Apollo 1 spacecraft after the flash fire that killed astronauts Ed White, Roger Chaffee, and Virgil Grissom, on Ja…

  • ERIK J. PEREL / PRNEWSFOTO 2011

AAA Arizona will provide Level 2 mobile charging to members who have electric vehicles with depleted batteries. AAA unveiled North America's f…

  • David Wichner Arizona Daily Star

Perhaps relieving a little "range anxiety," AAA is adding electric-car charging to its roadside-rescue offerings in Arizona.

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  • David Wichner Arizona Daily Star

Most Tucson Electric Power Co. customers will see their power bills rise by about $7 per month on average for at least the next year, due to a…

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

John Van Veelen, 60, of Muskegon, Mich., examines gemstone wind chimes Wednesday at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show on East Ajo Way.

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Howard Ross, left, a buyer from Anacortes, Wash., waits in line to pay for his cart full of gemstones Wednesday at the Tucson Electric Park Ge…

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Patrons leave the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show Wednesday after rain clouds opened up over the show on East Ajo Way.

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Martin Rossmann, right, of West Lafayette, Ind., shops for gemstones with Gay Bussard at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show on East Ajo Way.

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Becky Staub, left, bangs a gong held by Ann Harmon Wednesday at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show on East Ajo Way. Sally Burrell is …

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Hans Griss, of Undenheim, Germany, uses wax and heat to shine up an African stone carving Wednesday at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral…

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Sarah Wells, left, browses jewelry with Sharon Wells at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show on East Ajo Way.

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Kevin Depue, left, examines a Coyamito agate for polishing with Howard Bruder at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show on East Ajo Way.

  • Mike Christy / For the Arizona Daily Star

Gay Bussard, 54, of Omaha, Neb., browses a table of amethyst crystals Wednesday at the Tucson Electric Park Gem & Mineral Show on East Ajo Way.