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Voter Registration Settlement Could Affect State Election Turnout

Jun 7, 2018 The decision may impact an activist coalition's efforts to register 200,000 Arizonans for the November election.

Construction Season Underway for Arizona Athletics

Jun 7, 2018 Summer improvements have started for for softball, football programs.

Firm Seeks to Buy Arizona's Navajo Generating Station

Jun 7, 2018 Middle River Power is the only potential buyer to emerge since the utilities that own the plant announced they would close it.

US Asylum Seekers Wait Their Turn on Mexican Border

Jun 7, 2018 The exact reasons for the border crossing bottleneck in California, Arizona and Texas are unclear.

Arizona Court Rules for Phoenix on Same-Sex Wedding Invitations

Jun 7, 2018 The city ordinance prohibits businesses from discriminating based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Hundreds Rally in Phoenix to Save Navajo Coal Plant

Jun 7, 2018 More than 300 people gathered to ask for more time to arrange the purchase of the Navajo Generating Station.

As Resettlements of Refugees Drop, Infrastructure to Help Them Crumples

Jun 7, 2018 The Trump administration cut the refugee cap to 45,000 this year, but the U.S. will probably let in less than half of that number.

Tucson Economic Update: More Jobs, Housing Activity

Jun 6, 2018 However, tariffs and a depreciating peso are cause for concern for the Arizona economy, a UA Eller College economist says.

BP Sector Chief: Border Under 'Fragile' Control

Jun 6, 2018 Rodolfo Karisch warns of shifts in traffic that can ripple down the international line.

2 Million Immigrants Could be Eligible for Legal Status, Study Says

Jun 6, 2018 An immigration advocacy network says many immigrants without legal status are unaware they could get a green card or start on a path to citizenship.

Arizona Department of Education Gets New Associate Superintendent

Jun 6, 2018 Heather Cruz will oversee English language acquisition and CTE, among other duties.

Tucson Unified Mulls More Options For Ensuring School Safety

Jun 6, 2018 One TUSD parent proposed situational training.

Arizona's Most Crowded Federal Race: Southern Arizona's Competitive District 2

Jun 6, 2018 The open seat in the 2nd Congressional District has drawn a dozen candidates.

Climate Change Means A Hotter, Drier Future In The Colorado River Headwaters, Study Says

Jun 5, 2018 Study examined impacts in Colorado's high country, where warmer temperatures are already reducing flow.

Arizona Settles Suit Over Handling of Voter Registration

Jun 5, 2018 The suit said voter registration in the state was unduly burdensome over proof-of-citizenship requirement.

2 Highways in Eastern Arizona Remain Closed Due to Wildfires

Jun 5, 2018 The fires on Monday forced the closures of State Routes 277 and 377 northeast of Heber.

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