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Fundraising off 'liberal hacks'

Emails and t-shirts quickly followed McSally's comment

Arizona’s Democratic legislative leaders on goals for new session

A discussion with House minority leader Charlene Fernandez and Senate minority leader David Bradley.

Arizona’s Republican legislative leaders on goals for new session

A discussion with House Speaker Rusty Bowers and Senate President Karen Fann.

Gov. Ducey on his 2020 priorities

His one-on-one interview with Arizona 360 host Lorraine Rivera.

Previewing the 2020 legislative session, overcoming addiction stigmas

What Gov. Ducey and legislative leaders are prioritizing this year.

Worker morale at Homeland Security climbs, but not everywhere

A nonprofit found falling worker satisfaction in sub-agencies that deal with immigration.

Hispanic children less often diagnosed with autism, CDC says

Behavioral health experts say that's due in part to cultural barriers and lack of awareness.

Tackling opioid addiction with treatment, not arrest

Police in Southern Arizona are embracing programs to help people break the cycle of addiction without resorting to the criminal justice system.

Amid impeachment din, Senate approves USMCA by wide margin

Both of Arizona's senators supported the revised North American trade deal.

Judge overseeing Border Patrol trial may order tents for Tucson Sector

Government attorneys said the number of families seeking asylum in the sector is already far higher than the last fiscal year.

Mexican presidential plane back from U.S. after a year

The plane has been for sale in California as part of the government's austerity plan.

Binational team of female brewers to debut IPA in Tucson

The effort brought together brewers from Tucson's Borderlands Brewing and Monterrey, Mexico's Turulata Brewing.

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick to seek treatment for 'alcohol dependence,' statement says

The U.S. representative from Arizona said she will start receiving treatment next week and eventually plans to return to work.

Heat deaths continue to rise, as federal disaster relief continues to lag

While weather events like floods lead can lead to relief money, no extreme heat events have been declared a federal disaster.

Report: Arizona teaching vacancies continue to rise

A survey found about 1,000 teachers in the state left their positions during the first half of the school year.

US sending Mexican migrants 1,000 miles from border

Mexicans accounted for half of the arrests and people stopped at the U.S. border in December.

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