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Legislature Won't Vote on Proposed Bump Stock Ban

The House turned away a move to force a vote about gun accessories.

Fourth Avenue Development Stirs Opposition

Retail and apartments would replace Flycatcher bar at Fourth Avenue and Sixth Street.

Looking North, Looking South: 'Dreamers' Not Waiting on Congress

Frequent bargaining chips in political agendas, many are looking to opportunities elsewhere.

Pima Board Reverses Course, Accepts Operation Stonegarden Funds

The program provides funding to bolster collaboration between local and federal law enforcement.

Arizona Lawmaker Wants to Do Away With US Senate Primary Vote

The amendment to the state constitution would likely encounter legal challenges.

Texas-Based Store to Move Into Iconic Nogales Building

Melrose Family Fashions will take over the former home of the Bracker's Department Store.

Flake Faults Fellow Republicans for Following President's Lead

Joins other retiring GOP lawmakers debating party's future direction.

Weather Service: Rainy Spell Not Sufficient to End Drought

Wet and humid week may push back some wildfire activity.

All-Mail Elections Boost Voter Turnout in Douglas, City Says

City elections see 8 percent boost in number of votes cast in last mayoral and council election.

UA Invested $622M in Research in 2017

The number surpassed 2016 by $18 million.

Lawyer: Courts Make DACA Deadline More 'Soft and Fuzzy'

The Supreme Court could change the DACA debate, but for now the program continues.

Supervisors to Reconsider Federal Law Enforcement Grant

Valadez asks for a vote to re-examine $1.4 million grant the board previously turned down

Ducey to Talk NAFTA in International State of State

He'll meet with diplomats from Mexico and Canada at a private event.

Park Service Wants Grand Canyon Icon to Reflect Native American Heritage

The agency is proposing transforming the Desert View Watchtower into an inter-tribal heritage site.

Flu Reports are Down, But Flu Season Isn't Over Yet

Health officials warn that a second spike is always possible.

Bill Would Prevent Lawmakers From Keeping Harassment Settlements Quiet

The Arizona House is changing the rules for how public officials settle sexual harassment claims.

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