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Arizona legislation to better regulate rehab programs targeted by Medicaid scams is moving forward

Hathalie said she anticipates a vote by the full House could come as soon as Thursday.

Judge mulls third contempt case against Arizona for failing to improve prison health care

Previous contempt fines totaling $2.5 million have failed to motivate authorities to improve care.

SunZia Transmission Project sparks legal dispute over sacred sites preservation

The Tohono O’odham Nation and San Carlos Apache Tribe seek to halt construction, citing threats to cultural heritage.

Supreme Court Justices Barrett and Sotomayor, ideological opposites, unite to promote civility

They said the Supreme Court, where voices don’t get raised in anger, can be a model for the rest of the country.

Massachusetts man gets prison for making bomb threat to Arizona election office

James Clark, 40, of Falmouth, pleaded guilty in August in U.S. District Court in Phoenix to sending a communication containing a bomb threat to an election official.

Gila River Indian Community says it doesn't support latest Colorado River sharing proposals

The tribe is among the most prominent of the 30 federally-recognized tribes that use the Colorado River.

Gov. Hobbs says she would veto Republican water bill

Hobbs said the bill would bill would favor corporations, hurt small farmers.

Balancing Act: The proposed Public Lands Rule aims to transform Bureau of Land Management’s stewardship

The new rule seeks to redefine priorities and practices at the nation’s largest land manager

Saudi company quits pumping in Butler Valley Basin, but still has other land holdings

Canceled and not renewed leases make up roughly one-third of Fondomonte's owned and leased land.

County releases data on the first six months of jail Transition Center

The Transition Center is part of the county’s effort to reduce recidivism

The Buzz: The Legacy and impact of Land Grant Institutions

A look at how an 1862 act impacted Native lands and eventually led to UA's fossil fuel use despite climate pledges.

Bureau of Reclamation announces new water conservation agreements

Looks to conserve 3 million-acre-feet of Colorado River water through 2026

Return of SunTran fare is still up in the air

City officials maintain that Tucson's education system should pitch in for public transportation.

Sinema not running for re-election

Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announced Tuesday she will not run for re-election and will step down at the end of her term.

Three former Department of Education employees charged with defrauding Arizona voucher program

Prosecutors said Thursday that the three employees approved applications for 17 students -– five of which were fictitious -- that admitted them into the voucher program using forged birth certificates and special education evaluations.

The Buzz: What can states do at the US-Mexico border?

Federal law rules the land when it comes to border enforcement, but local governments can help.

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