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Arizona reports 2,795 more COVID cases, reduces death total

The seven-day rolling average of daily new cases rose over the past two weeks.

Pinal County board chooses new legislators for vacant seats

Teresa Martinez and Neal Carter will fill seats representing Pinal County and northern Pima County.

President nominates longtime prosecutor to serve as U.S. Attorney for Arizona

Gary Restaino has been chief of the criminal division and white collar crime section.

Drought to continue, say weather experts

The 2021 monsoon did little to help.

Secretary of state warns of threats to election workers

Hobbs tells Senate committee that election offices are grappling with high turnover in the face of threats and harassment.

Pima County administrator suffered 'serious head injury,' broken ribs in crash

The county said Chuck Huckelberry was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle.

An investigation recommended 24 Border Patrol agents be fired. All but 2 kept their jobs

The review says a supervisory agent stationed in Arizona faced getting fired for posting internal video with a migrant falling to their death.

After three years of protest, Sonoran toll booths turned over to federal authorities

For Arizona visitors, the change means having a few hundred pesos handy for trips to Sonora may be advisable.

Mail ballots no later than Wednesday for local elections, officials say

More than 58,000 Tucson voters have already cast ballots in the municipal election.

City department takes input on housing affordability plan

The Housing and Community Development Department will hold two meetings to take public comment.

Arizona collects over $1,500 in fantasy sports tax in August

The state is expected to make significantly more from sports betting, which became legal about two weeks after fantasy sports contests.

Archaeologists find hundreds of ceremonial sites that help link Maya and Olmec cultures

The research highlights the critical role of regional interactions in ancient Mesoamerica.

Arizona reports 1,483 new COVID-19 cases and 11 more deaths

The state has reported 20,862 deaths from COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Former Attorney General Grant Woods dead at 67

According to a statement from his family, Woods died unexpectedly.

Pima County administrator hospitalized

Chuck Huckelberry was hit by a vehicle Saturday.

Drought projections show steadily dropping reservoirs

New measurements for drought conditions in the West are delivering a grim long-term forecast in the Colorado River basin.

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