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3 with Az ties honored in Pentagon 9/11 memorial

The Pentagon's 9/11 memorial, opened in 2008 as the first national 9/11 memorial, is a field of 184 cantilevered stone-and-steel benches, each arcing above a pool of running water.Each bench is inscribed with the name of a victim of the Pentagon attack, including three with Arizona ties: Allen P. Boyle, David M. Scales and David W. Laychak.... Read more»

Aerostat balloon crashes in Sierra Vista

A giant balloon used to combat cross-border smuggling crashed in Sierra Vista on Monday, officials at Fort Huachuca said. The aerostat, a tethered blimp-like balloon that carries surveillance radar aloft at 10,000 feet, broke loose and was grounded in a Sierra Vista neighborhood. (updated with add'l photos)... Read more»

Proposition 110

Land swaps would preserve bases, aid conservation, supporters say

Supporters say a ballot proposition designed to make it easier to swap rather than sell or lease state trust land would help facilitate agreements that preserve military installations.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Prop.100 choice between education and prisons

We don't really have much of a choice when it comes to the Proposition 100 vote. Would you rather pay a temporary 1-cent sales tax to educate children and fund public safety or a permanent property tax to pay for more jail cells?... Read more»

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