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Rector to represent himself in upcoming murder trial

A man charged in the killing of an 8-year-old Bullhead City girl is asking to represent himself in court, a surprise move in a case that has been delayed for years with defense attorney turnover and other issues.

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Possible tracks found of rare wolf that escaped in Colorado

Wildlife managers have found tracks that might have been left by an endangered Mexican wolf that escaped from a Colorado wildlife center, but the animal hasn’t been seen for two weeks.

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Arizona makes progress on Colorado River drought plan

Lake Mead may be unable to deliver all allocated water by 2020

Arizona says it's one step closer to figuring out how to divvy up water cuts as the supply from the Colorado River becomes more limited.

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US to study on mining pollution in Lake Powell

Study will provide information on how mining affects the lake and its fish population

Utah and U.S. government officials will launch a study this month to determine the extent of mining pollution in Lake Powell on the Utah-Arizona border.

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Parking near popular Horseshoe Bend expands

Parking for a popular tourist attraction where the Colorado River bends in the shape of a horseshoe is being expanded.

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Arizona man gets probation for Mexican gray wolf killing

Mexican wolf escapes from Colorado wildlife center

An Arizona man has pleaded guilty to shooting and killing an endangered Mexican gray wolf.

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After several complaints, Ducey fires State Parks director, deputy

Embattled Arizona state Parks Director Sue Black was fired Nov. 16 following numerous complaints, including the bulldozing of potential archaeological sites to rush development of cabins and other improvements.

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Midterm elections favor Democrats in House; Republicans retain Senate

Ducey gets second term; Sinema flips Jeff Flake's senate seate

Democrats seized the House majority from President Donald Trump's Republican Party Nov. 6 in a suburban revolt that threatened what's left of the president's governing agenda.

Idaho wildlife official resigns after killing baboon family

A top Idaho wildlife official has resigned amid outrage over a photo of him posing with a baboon family he killed during a hunting trip Africa, ending days of turmoil for a state where big game hunting is popular but critics said the photo was seen as unsportsmanlike by hunting enthusiasts.

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Northern Arizona country gets rain, snow

Snowplows were clearing highways in high country in northern and eastern Arizona Oct. 16 as a winter weather advisory remained in effect through noon for elevations over 6,500 feet (1,981 meters).

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