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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KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week.
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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Why Suburban Moms Are Delivering Your Groceries
After two master's degrees and three children, Hilary Gordon is one of the women who now make up more than half of the contractors at food delivery apps like Instacart. NPR spent a day with her.
47 States Call On Betsy Devos To Forgive Student Loans For Disabled Veterans
Attorneys general from 47 states, three U.S. territories and the District of Columbia have asked the Department of Education to make loan discharge for permanently disabled veterans automatic.
President Trump Arrives In Japan For Inaugural State Visit Under New Emperor
Trump will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, attend a sumo wrestling match and go to an imperial banquet hosted by Emperor Naruhito.
Rolling To A Halt: Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally Ends 30-Year Tradition
Motorcyclists with the veteran advocacy group, Rolling Thunder Inc., will gather in Washington, D.C., for the last time this weekend. The group cites financial issues as its main reason for quitting.
In Rural West Texas, Illegal Border Crossings Are Routine For U.S. Citizens
In some remote border towns in Texas along the Rio Grande, U.S. citizens cross back and forth for medical care in Mexico. It's a technically illegal reality that local Border Patrol acknowledges.