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When The Going Gets Hot, Construction Workers Get Nocturnal

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The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings, designated in magenta, for parts of several states beginning Saturday and continuing until Tuesday. National Weather Service hide caption

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Phoenix Students Restore School To Reclaim Native American Identity

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What If The Drought Doesn't End? 'The Water Knife' Is One Possibility

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