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  • By Ed Taylor East Valley Tribune

Even as Indian gaming revenues flag amid the sour economy, a tribe south of Phoenix today is to open a $215 million hotel and casino south of …

  • Photos by Tim Hacker / East Valley Tribune

 

 

  • By Cathalena E. Burch cburch@azstarnet.com

When Peter Furler stepped aside as lead singer of the Newsboys last spring, it was akin to U2 losing Bono.

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The feds got an earful this weekend from opponents of the proposed Rosemont Mine — and it appears that they are listening.

  • By Tim Steller Arizona Daily Star

Arizona has no shaman licensing board, no reiki review center and no sweat-lodge inspection department.

Haze will always be an occasional problem at the Grand Canyon, whether or not the nearby Navajo Generating Station is forced to install expens…

Stanford favorite for 10th straight basketball title

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  • By Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

College leaders had good news and bad news to share at the Tribal and College Leaders Summit at the University of Arizona this week.

  • By Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

The U.S. Forest Service won't meet its November deadline for releasing an environmental document about the proposed Rosemont Mine, and officia…

  • By Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

College leaders had good news and bad news to share at the Tribal and College Leaders Summit at the University of Arizona on Monday.

  • Opinion by Ann Brown Arizona Daily Star

Our community is like a rudderless ship, gently bobbing along. It is a rather pleasant ride. The ship is sturdy; it's not sinking. But the shi…

DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan — Pakistani soldiers attacked militant bases in the main al-Qaida and Taliban stronghold along the Afghan border Sa…