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Tucson investigating 911 outage

The emergency system went down briefly Tuesday morning.

Arizona senators propose drought bill

The bipartisan bill aims to help water utilities plan for dry future

Mexican president marks 1 year since election amid concerns over administration

Critics say measures of crime and the economy suggest there is little to celebrate.

A-10 goes head-to-head with newer fighter jet

The tests of the A-10 to the F-35 are meant to compare the strengths of the two planes.

Gerrymander ruling and potential future challenges to Arizona districting

Most of Arizona’s gerrymander complaints are not based on party.

Border official resigns amid uproar over migrant children

The departure of John Sanders comes as Congress considers emergency border funding.

Southern Arizona officials ask Congress to keep clean car standards

The White House wants to let automakers roll back emission and mileage standards.

Federal government pays Arizona counties for lost tax revenue

The money covers the loss of taxes that local governments can't collect on federal land.

Feds aim to cut processing times for immigration applications

Agency data shows a backlog of more than 700,000 citizenship applications.

Legislation would fund Air Force cleanup of unregulated chemicals

The perfluorinated chemicals have been found in municipal wells near Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

New Arizona voter registration form aims for clarity

The changes come as the result of a settlement of a lawsuit.

Supervisor Elias stresses importance of Clean Water Act to Senate committee

Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias about the importance of the Clean Water Act in the desert Southwest.

UA receives $1.5M grant to expand intelligence degree program

The new degree transforms an already-existing program and will incorporate cybersecurity, intelligence and information operation.

Senators, representatives from Arizona try to deal with border sewage pipe

Four members of the Arizona delegation filed bills aimed at maintaining the leaky line.

On stressed Colorado River, states test how many more diversions watershed can bear

The river is running short on water, and this is pushing some states to tap into every available drop before things get worse.

DHS watchdog retires; governor's aide awaits Senate vote

Joseph Cuffari is waiting as part of a long list of nominations being considered for agency's next inspector general.

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