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Artists hope Black History Mural Project ‘educates, inspires, uplifts’


The unveiling of a mural for the Phoenix Suns and Mercury at Footprint Center kicked off the 2022 Black History Mural Project. The Shining Light Foundation commissioned Arizona artists for 28 murals representing the 28 days of February, Black History Month.


The sky isn’t the limit: Flight program in Goodyear, pioneering pilot inspire diversity in aviation


As United Airlines’ United Aviate Academy trains a new generation of pilots, the Goodyear flight program and pilots of the past inspire diversity in aviation.


Maya’s Farm first to be saved by Phoenix Farmland Preservation Program


Three years ago, Maya Dailey risked losing the urban farmland she had spent seven years renting and cultivating. A conservation easement through Phoenix’s new Farmland Preservation Program, managed by the Central Arizona Land Trust, saved Maya’s Farm.


Recycling solar panels is complicated. Here’s how one Yuma company does it.


We Recycle Solar in Yuma is recycling solar panel waste, but there is more to be done to ensure a safe and eco-friendly process as solar power gains popularity worldwide and its waste grows.


Phoenix fellowship cultivating the next generation of urban farmers


The Phoenix Urban Agriculture Fellowship Program pairs urban farmers who are struggling to find apprentices with the next generation of urban farmers. Project Roots in south Phoenix is training one of nine fellows.


6 Arizonans discuss the impact Ruth Bader Ginsburg had on their lives


Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a towering figure in the fight against discrimination based on gender, and her death Sept. 18 was a blow to many women who reverently refer to her as the Notorious RBG. On the three-month anniversary of Ginsburg’s death, women across the state continue to remember her legacy.

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Hundreds gather outside Maricopa election center for third day of protests


As tensions continue to rise over the results of the 2020 election, supporters of President Donald Trump on Friday gathered outside of the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center in downtown Phoenix. It was the third day of protests.

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Photo Story: downtown’s K-pop subculture on display at Stray Kids concert


Fans from across the Southwest lined up around the Arizona Federal Theatre on Sunday to see Korean pop band Stray Kids perform, highlighting the impact the genre has had on the Valley.

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