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As gas prices stay high, station owners continue to lose profit margins

LOS ANGELES – With fuel selling for over $4 a gallon on average across the country, it is easy to blame gas station owners. Although prices remain close to record highs, retailers are seeing fewer profits than ever. Here’s where all the money goes.


La extinción es para siempre: Los bancos de semillas construyen biodiversidad frente al cambio climático

CLAREMONT, Calif. – Hay más de 1000 bancos de semillas en todo el mundo, 20 de ellos en los Estados Unidos, que trabajan para preservar ecosistemas frágiles que se vuelven menos diversos a medida que el planeta se calienta. Mientras que ciertos bancos solo se especializan en sus especies nativas, algunos bancos almacenan semillas de todo el mundo.


Fans are thrilled as Angel City FC makes its debut in women’s pro soccer

There’s a brand new team in Los Angeles – Angel City FC. It is the first professional women's soccer team for LA, and the Southwest.


Extinction is forever: Seed banks build biodiversity in the face of climate change

With changing environments and weather conditions, some plants have a hard time adapting to change and could become endangered and eventually extinct. Seed banks are preserving species and helping secure biodiversity within our changing environment.


GCU swimming and diving program’s international culture fosters athletic, personal growth

PHOENIX - The Grand Canyon University swimming and diving program has built an international culture where athletes experience other cultures in addition to their own thanks to teammates.


Getting even? Not quite, but 5A softball championship rematch delivers

WADDELL – Canyon View hoped to get even with Willow Canyon in a rematch of the 5A softball title game but it didn’t quite work out that way.


Las poblaciones de mariposas occidentales realizan una migración notable

PISMO BEACH, Calif. – Las poblaciones de monarca han sido inestables durante las últimas dos décadas, pero este año, miles de mariposas monarca migraron al oeste. Los científicos aún no entienden por qué los cambios en la población son dramáticos cada año, pero aún instan a las personas a realizar esfuerzos de conservación.


Arizona’s run in Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament ends abruptly after loss to Colorado

LAS VEGAS – The Arizona women's basketball team had high hopes heading into the Pac-12 Women's Basketball Tournament but Colorado quickly ended the Wildcats' run in Sin City.


Arizona has eyes on March Madness after clinching Pac-12 regular season title

LOS ANGELES – The Arizona Wildcats clinched the Pac-12 regular season title but have much bigger aspirations as the conference tournament and March Madness approach.


Arizona bill requiring parental oversight of school library books passes Senate committee

PHOENIX – House Bill 2439 would establish parental review for books that are approved for school libraries, requiring schools to post the list of newly purchased books on their websites for at least 60 days after approval. The House-approved bill has passed the Senate Education Committee.


Biden’s upbeat State of the Union in unsteady times splits state lawmakers

WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden delivered his first State of the Union address Tuesday in a speech that toggled between plans for tackling domestic challenges and reasserting U.S. international leadership.


Mystery of the monarchs: Western butterfly populations stage remarkable comeback

Monarch populations have been rocky over the past two decades but this year, thousands of monarch butterflies migrated west. Scientists still don’t understand why the population changes dramatically each year, but they still are urging people to make conservation efforts.