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Arizona county seeks reimbursement for new voting machines

Maricopa County demands state Senate pay $2.8M to cover the costs of replacing vote-counting machines used in Legislature's election review.

Judge: School district can keep mask rule, at least for now

New state law barring mask mandates in schools doesn’t take effect until Sept. 29, judge says.

US to probe Phoenix police over excessive force allegations

Dept. of Justice will also examine whether officers have engaged in discriminatory policing, retaliation

A second Arizona school district says it will require masks

Decision by Phoenix district comes after new guidance from CDC

Leaders push for Phoenix-Tucson train service

Amtrak route is part of infrastructure proposal.

After Texas ruling on DACA, Arizona Dreamer says life on hold again

This month a federal judge in Texas ruled the Obama-era program was illegal, suspending new applications and renewals

"Good Food Finder" wants to build roots between growers and consumers.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Visit a place in the desert with more than a century of aviation history; current Tucson Museum of Art exhibition "4 x 4" celebrates Willie J. Bonner; more entries by 5th graders from The NPR Student Podcast Challenge.

Contempt hearing sought against Joe Arpaio’s successor

Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone accused of non-compliance

Campaign led by DACA recipients aims to engage youth, Latino voters

In Arizona and across the nation, immigration is a forefront issue this November.

Court ruling mandating sunset of ICE hotel program for migrant children goes into effect

A Friday ruling by a Los Angeles U.S. District Court judge gave the government until September 15 to end the practice

Voices for change represent Arizona in "Arts Across America"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Black in America - A Lived Experience" by Adiba Nelson; and Youth Crossing Gender Borders, Episode 1: Parents Taking Pride.

News roundup: Signs of virus slowing, crime in Tucson falls

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Aug. 10.

Composer Steve Roach believes "The music is the medicine".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the podcast "Epilogue" tells the story of one woman's suicide, and the family she left behind; plus a very short story about love adrift at sea by Aurelie Sheehan.

After Supreme Court ruling, local DACA recipients eye more permanent solutions

Advocates and DACA recipients say lasting solutions must happen in Congress

Supreme Court rules against Trump administration bid to cancel DACA

Hundreds of thousands of young immigrants around the country are DACA recipients.

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