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Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has died at age 93

A native of Arizona who grew up on her family’s sprawling ranch, O’Connor wasted little time building a reputation as a hard worker who wielded considerable political clout on the nine-member court.

Cochise County supervisors indicted on election-related felonies

Republicans Peggy Judd and Tom Crosby were indicted by a State Grand Jury.

Arizona county again rejects a bid to hand-count all 2024 ballots

The 3-2 vote on Monday by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors against the proposal.

The Buzz: Why a 32-year-old federal law has failed to bring Native American remains home

A federal law was supposed to ensure returns of most remains by 1995. So why are thousands of Arizona tribal remains still not back with their people?

The Buzz: Does Housing First Work?

Housing First was a topic of debate in recent Tucson city elections, so we ask experts about the evidence.

Supervisor Sharon Bronson resigns for health reasons

Supervisor broke 3 ribs in fall at home.

Gowan, other officials go to Washington to plead for border action

The event comes at a time when migrant encounters at the southern border have reached historic highs.

The Buzz: Recapping off-year election results

Education bonds and overrides largely succeed around the state, and Democrats continue Tucson government dominance.

Election Task Force calls for changes to AZ law on voting rights, registration and training

The task force came up with 16 proposals to adress staff, security and voting rights

The Buzz examines Southern Arizona's home rental market

Rent costs have outpaced wage growth, leading to issues for many renters and growth in help for those households.

Governor orders more funding for elections, paid leave for state workers serving at polls

Hobbs said around $2.3 million from the American Rescue Plan Act will be earmarked to “support free, fair and secure elections."

Ex-Rep. Trent Franks, who offered aide $5million to have his child, is running for Congress again

The eight-term lawmaker bowed to an ultimatum from then GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan to step down.

Tucson to rip out more turf

The money comes from the state's Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona.

Arizona attorney general investigating Cochise County officials who refused to certify 2022 election

Both supervisors are currently looking for attorneys because Cochise County does not provide representation for criminal matters.

GCU faces record fine after federal probe into alleged deception

The university dismissed the allegations as “lies and deceptive statements.”

Southern Arizona schools get passing grades from the state

The Arizona Department of Education is out with its annual school grades.

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