If you’ve never heard of the Arizona Memory Project, you’re not alone. It’s like a digital public library and this is a story about the team who are working to preserve the state’s rich past for our future. There are close to 500,000 items in the Memory Project — with more yet to explore.
VIDEO: Inside The Arizona Memory Project Archives
Utility crews from around the country are volunteering their time to install electricity on the Navajo Nation. Many Navajos today live without light, running water and the internet — things most anyone takes for granted.

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BLM  Considers To Increase Permits To The Wave
Many hiking enthusiasts can only dream of getting a permit to see "The Wave," an ocean of sandstone near the Arizona-Utah border. But the Bureau of Land Management is now considering allowing more visitors.
House Majority Leader: Budget Debate Is On Hold
Arizona House Majority Leader Warren Petersen puts budget debate on hold in his chamber.
Study: Arizona Roads Some Of Deadliest In Nation
A TRIP study found Arizona had almost three deaths per 100 million miles traveled on rural roads.
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EPA Begins Southwest Colorado Mine Cleanup
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday that it will begin work on a plan to clean rivers being polluted by leaks from old mines in southwest Colorado this summer.

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South Africa's Carbon Tax Set To Go Into Effect Next Week
President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the measure into law on Sunday. Some 40 countries have adopted various programs aimed at changing the price of carbon.
Likely Tornado Kills At Least 2 In Oklahoma
The storm struck the city of El Reno late Saturday night, causing severe damage to a motel and mobile home park.
PHOTOS: From Sumo Wrestling To Grand Parades, How World Leaders Try To Impress Trump
President Trump is in Japan this weekend, the latest country to try to get in his good graces with a good show.
Tired Of Being 'Dope Sick,' A Drug User Gets Help From Police To Get Sober
"Just continually putting people in jail, that's not doing anything for them," says an Everett, Wash. police officer who connected with one drug user, Shannon McCarty, and helped her get off drugs.
In Mexico, New Groups Offer Aid To A Young Generation Of Deported DREAMers
As former DREAMers return to Mexico with valuable skills and a desire to advance, a number of Mexican organizations are springing up to help these young people contribute to society.