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Trump, Pence to campaign for rivals in Ariz. governor's race

Jul 22, 2022 The campaign for Governor is in full swing.

Arizona’s senate race already one of the most expensive in the nation

Jul 22, 2022 Campaigns and outside groups have already spent about $74 million on the race, according to one organization's tally.

What will Arizona do as its share of Colorado River water diminishes?

Jul 22, 2022 We hear about efforts to reassess state allocations and what may come of a billion-dollar fund established this summer.

TUSD school year to start with staff shortages and security upgrades

Jul 21, 2022 Southern Arizona's largest school district is "working creatively" to solve the challenges

Two-thirds of Arizona has high COVID transmission rates

Jul 21, 2022 Only counties in southern Arizona do not have high rates.

Express bus ridership still below pre-pandemic levels

Jul 21, 2022 That’s despite high fuel prices and companies returning to in-person work.

Responding to federal pressure, Upper Colorado River states seek to bring back conservation program

Jul 21, 2022 Colorado River states are facing a deadline to cut their water use.

Abortion rights group opposes effort to restore Arizona ban

Jul 20, 2022 The case is being heard in Pima County court.

Ballot deadlines approaching in Arizona

Jul 20, 2022 Primary Election Day is two weeks away.

Arizona GOP censures Rusty Bowers after Jan. 6 testimony

Jul 20, 2022 The state GOP Executive Board said Bowers is too cozy with Democrats.

Arizona attorney general seeking another execution warrant

Jul 20, 2022 If issued, it will be the third death warrant in Arizona this year.

Arizona approved for federal relief funds to support small-business growth in underserved communities

Jul 19, 2022 The state will receive $111 million from the U.S. Treasury's State Small Business Credit Initiative

Thousands without power in Eloy

Jul 19, 2022 Residents relying on ice distribution and cooling centers.

How would the next secretary of state handle future elections? Look back to 2020

Jul 19, 2022 One task, once mundane, has been politicized by some of the candidates vying for the office: election certification.

No injuries after transformer catches fire at Hoover Dam

Jul 19, 2022 The fire causes no threat to electric grid.

Heat deaths in large Arizona county hit half-year record

Jul 19, 2022 Much of southern and central Arizona are still waiting for the full effect of the monsoon.

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