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Arizona lawmakers pass budget closing $1.4 billion deficit

The spending plan is the result of weeks of negotiations between Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs and Republican legislative leaders.

Phoenix police have pattern of violating civil rights and using excessive force, Justice Dept. says

The report does not mention whether the federal government is pursuing a court-enforced reform plan known as a consent decree.

HUD will allow more federal dollars to go toward electric bill assistance

Government officials visited a public housing complex in Tucson to make the announcement.

NLRB files complaint against Arizona EV manufacturer Lucid Motors

The government accuses Lucid of launching a multi-pronged campaign to squash legally protected unionizing efforts in early 2023.

BLM restricts target shooting at Sonoran Desert National Monument to protect natural and cultural resources

New regulations limit dispersed recreational shooting to 5,295 acres, safeguarding plant species, archaeology sites and historic trails.

U.S. Supreme Court sides with Native American tribes in health care funding dispute with government

Facilities are often inadequate and understaffed, the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Arizona said in court documents.

Community activists protest Tucson budget over housing and homelessness

Meanwhile, members of the Tucson Crime Free Coalition said that the Tucson Police require additional funding to address homelessness and maintain public safety.

House passes controversial border initiative, heads to ballot for voter approval

The ballot measure would make it a state crime to enter the country somewhere other than a port of entry.

The Buzz: How political campaigns spend their money

We dive into the spending of those seeking Arizona's open U.S. Senate seat.

Guilty: Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

Jurors convicted Trump on all 34 counts after deliberating for 9.5 hours.

Biden is said to be finalizing plans for migrant limits as part of a US-Mexico border clampdown

It would shut off asylum requests and automatically deny entrance to migrants once the number of people encountered by American border officials exceeded a new daily threshold.

House Minority Whip backs Engel, slams Ciscomani on women's health record

United States House Minority Whip Katherine Clark and democratic congressional hopeful Kirsten Engel tour Planned Parenthood to discuss abortion access.

Judge pauses ballot printing in Maricopa County

A judge told Maricopa County to pause its ongoing ballot preparation process for the July 30 primary election as she considers a lawsuit by Republicans trying to add a new candidate to the ballot.

RNC Hispanic Community Center in Tucson no longer operational

Tucson's community center is one of many that have closed across the country.

Native American tribes give unanimous approval to proposal securing Colorado River water

The Navajo Nation Council has signed off on a proposed settlement.

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