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You know the basics - raise your thermostat temp, use fans... here are seven things you might not know about saving energy in the summer.

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State regulators will consider an increase in a cost-recovery charge that will add about 45 cents to the monthly bill of the typical TEP home customer.

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UNS Electric drops support for mandatory charges based on peak usage, in a case that could set a major precedent.

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They'll help TEP regulate grid power and better use intermittent renewable sources like wind and solar.

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TEP's 2016 plan is approved, but two controversial solar programs are stripped out for further consideration.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Two controversial solar proposals were cut from the plan and will instead be considered as part of TEP's rate case.

Proposals to expand TEP-owned solar installations instead may be considered at part of the utility's pending rate case.

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The typical TEP home customer will pay $4.26 less a month through March 2017.

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Opinions on state laws, jailing the mentally ill, UA president and DeVry.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

A family of three were displaced.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

One-vehicle crash downs power lines, police say.

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Accelerate Diagnostics raises $109M; TEP rate hearings set.

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TEP says its proposed "economic development rate" would help keep area competitive.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

The 500-kilovolt Pinal Central-Tortolita transmission line project cost $76 million.

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Letters on widening streets, compromise festival site, solar power rebates, Campbell hazards. 

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

3,472 TEP customers without power.

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Letters on solar power rate hikes, new state slogan, Planned Parenthood.

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Opinions on testing and education, "taking America back," surviving the desert summer.

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  • By David Wichner Arizona Daily Star

Critics say warning of possible policy change has chilled demand for rooftop installations.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Motorists advised to avoid area.