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Pima County Voters Set Midterm Election Record

Turnout was its highest yet, and voters are still being counted.

Military Buildup in Nogales as Army, CBP Cite Worries Over Migrant Caravan

Last week saw the largest domestic deployment of active duty military to the border in decades.

Democrat Hoffman to Take Over as Arizona Schools Superintendent

The political novice won the race against an experienced Republican politician.

Tucson Veterans Can Discover Health Care Information at Fair

The VA event will also connect vets with community agencies and services.

Uber Says it Will Offer Rides at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

The UberMILITARY program matches riders with drivers who have base access.

A Surprise Choice in the Central Arizona Project Board Election

Republican April Pinger did not have a campaign website or respond to any questions from the Arizona Republic.

Border Rights Advocates Rally Against Troop Buildup

Groups are decrying the U.S. military deployment to meet a caravan moving through Mexico.

Election Analysis; Voter Reaction; Nurses Unionize

A journalists roundtable goes over results from closely watched races and asks whether a blue wave swept Arizona.

Settlement Reached in McSally-Sinema Senate Vote Count

The agreement extends the opportunity to fix ballot problems to rural Arizona voters.

Busy I-10 Rest Stop Opens After Closing for Almost a Year

Multimillion-dollar renovation complete, the Sacaton stop is the only rest area between Casa Grande and Phoenix.

Court Hearing Set in Arizona Senate Race Vote Count Dispute

Only a few thousand votes would be affected by the suit, but every one counts in the razor-close U.S. Senate race between Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema.

Tucson, Marana Suing Makers of Chemicals Found in Well Water

They seek damages for dealing with compounds called PFCs, which don't have established regulatory limits.

Pima County Recorder Still Counting Votes Despite Republican Objections

GOP leaders are suing to stop signature verification on ballots.

UA Center Receives Funding for Alzheimer's Research

$3.7 million grant to help researchers study problem growing in urgency.

Familiar Name Will Lead Kirkpatrick Staff

Ron Barber is out of retirement to join the Kirkpatrick team.

Three Things to Know About Colorado River Plans in the Works

Climate change is growing the gap between the river’s supply, and the demands in the communities that rely on it.

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