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What does AR stand for?

AR stands for Arizona Republic (newspaper)


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Sari Horwitz, who won America's top journalism award with a colleague in 2002, was found to have used "substantial" parts of two articles from the Arizona Republic in her stories without attribution, that left US Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords severely wounded and six other people dead, including a federal judge and a nine-year-old girl, the Post said.
Among other winning newspapers were The Arizona Republic (Phoenix), the Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The Fresno Bee, The Oregonian (Portland), the Rocky Mountain News (Denver), The Sacramento Bee, The Salt Lake Tribune, the San Jose Mercury News, The Seattle Times and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
In a Q-and-A with the Arizona Republic, Chief Executive Gary Kelly said the airline must work harder to control costs, become more efficient, and raise revenue.
For all of our Phoenix readers, The Arizona Republic is reporting that there is an open house today at John McCain's 11,000-square-foot estate.
The Arizona Republic notes that as a result of the partnership between local educators and hospital and university officials, after graduation from the program, students will have opportunities to enter a two-year nursing program at a community college and then complete a bachelor's degree at Arizona State University.
The Arizona Republic reported last week that the National Park Service (NPS) has issued a 217-page report that recommends added parking and increased use of alternative fuel buses to help reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality in Grand Canyon National Park.
The Arizona Republic recently reported that Scottsdale police chief Alan Rodbell said he is considering introducing Segway, LLC's two-wheeled, battery-powered Human Transporters (HTs) for use by police officers patrolling the local Fashion Square mall.