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This abandoned house photographed by Troy Larson for the book "Ghosts of North Dakota Volume 2" is located near Barton, N.D., in the northern part of the state. (AP Photo/Troy Larson)
This photo provided by Troy Larson shows an abandoned house in Sims, N.D., and is featured on the cover of the book "Ghosts of North Dakota Volume 2," which documents ghost towns throughout the state. (AP Photo/Troy Larson)
This photo provided by Terry Hinnenkamp shows an abandoned one-room school house in Clear Lake Township in Kidder County, N.D., featured in the book "Ghosts of North Dakota Volume 2." (AP Photo/Terry Hinnenkamp)
SPRINGFIELD, Colo. — Southeast Colorado farmer Ryan Loflin tried an illegal crop this year. He didn't hide it from neighbors, and he never feared law enforcement would come asking about it.
A nearby, decades-old military operation little known by locals is coming to an end, but not without skeptics who say satellites are now left vulnerable.
It didn’t really matter how they got it, Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep needed a win.
Those staging to pull the world back from the brink are in motion. Their visions of hope are taking form. They are the Millennials (born after 1980) and the New Silents (born after 2000).
Arizona State's high-octane offense was in high gear against Sacramento State, churning out yards and points in bunches.
The letter from the reader (Elizabeth Cress-Sweet; Sept. 4, 2013) who urges that the final section of the Keystone Pipeline be built cracked me up. According to the writer, finishing the Keystone Pipeline will allow Canadian oil to flow into the United States and “get us out from under the whims of foreign oil producers.” Ignoring the fact that Canada is a foreign country, she apparently does not know that Canada already is the main provider of oil to the United States.
FARGO, N.D. — It's a good time to be a North Dakotan. An oil boom in the west has fueled an economic surge, the locals' frugal nature helped to prevent any housing bubble, and the threat of global warming looks like an attractive option for the chilly climate. So why not visit the state's largest city, Fargo? With just over 100,000 people, this city on the eastern edge of the state offers local culture with a good dose of pride and quirkiness. You'll need a car to get around, but let's face it: If you're in Fargo, you probably drove here.
Amazon.com Inc. is looking to fill 7,000 jobs in 13 states.
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WASHINGTON — Several times every day, at airports across the country, passengers are trying to walk through security with loaded guns in their carry-on bags, purses or pockets, even in a boot. And, nearly a dozen years after 9/11, it's happening a lot more often.
With a solemnity reserved for momentous occasions, the Senate passed historic legislation Thursday offering the priceless hope of citizenship to millions of immigrants living illegally in America's shadows. The bill also promises a military-style effort to secure the long-porous border with Mexico.
An agreement to vastly increase fencing, patrols and high-tech monitoring along the U.S.-Mexico border was formally unveiled in the Senate Friday, providing powerful momentum to a far-reaching immigration bill backed by the White House.
The influence of Arizona moms and dads on the state’s graduation rate starts at home, one education leader believes.
Mesa Unified School District, the largest in the state, tops the national average in graduation rates, according to a report issued in early June.
Gasoline prices at the pump around Arizona are up slightly.
A surprise awaits Arizonans at the pump this weekend – the lowest Memorial Day fuel price in three years. This week, Arizona’s average is up less than a penny to $3.450 per gallon. Nationally, prices rose 5.8 cents to $3.659 per gallon.
BOISE, Idaho — A dozen years after a customer revolt forced Monsanto to ditch its genetically engineered potato, an Idaho company aims to resurrect high-tech spuds.
“Despicable, unconstitutional, ridiculous, immature, idiotic, and mendacious.” And that’s just how Tennessee newspapers characterized the state’s “ag-gag” bill now awaiting governor’s signature.
A helicopter took off one recent Wednesday morning from Mesa’s Falcon Field for a nearly two-hour flight around Arizona.
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