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Douglas council member files open meeting law complaint with Attorney General

The council member claims that an item was removed from the agenda without a motion

Attorney General Releases New Guidelines on Reproductive Data Privacy

Online privacy measures are recommended to protect those seeking reproductive healthcare.

Arizona schools chief targets transgender students and bathrooms

In a Thursday press release, Tom Horne said parents are expressing concerns over allowing transgender students to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity.

The Buzz: What's changing in campaign finance before 2024

As the next presidential election approaches, we ask if who pays for campaigns is getting clearer.

Western states will not lose as much Colorado River water in 2024, despite long-term challenges

Bountiful snowfall and rain last winter pulled much of the region out of drought this spring and raised water levels at key reservoirs.

Federal officials plan to announce 2024 cuts along the Colorado River. Here's what to expect

The river provides water for seven U.S. states, 29 Native American tribes and two states in Mexico.

Border is an “Existential Crisis” to House Republicans

Five Congressional Republicans condemned President Biden’s border policy at a subcommittee hearing Tuesday afternoon in Cochise County.

Biden creates new national monument near Grand Canyon

Tribes in Arizona have been pushing the president to use his authority under the Antiquities Act of 1906 to create the new national monument.

Tribes hope Biden's Arizona visit means long-sought Grand Canyon monument

Representatives of various northern Arizona tribes have been invited to attend the president's remarks.

Texas man who threatened poll workers and Arizona officials is sentenced to 3 1/2 years

Prosecutors say court documents showed that Goltz threatened several people — including a lawyer with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and a Maricopa County elections official — on far-right social media platforms.

Taiwanese microchip company agrees to more oversight of its Arizona plant construction

The governor said construction safety standards should match the quality of the highly publicized project that has been the source of much pride.

The Buzz: how dual language immersion is for everyone

We’re heading back to school to understand Arizona's various English language learning models and how dual language immersion is coming under fire.

Air Force wants Davis-Monthan AFB to house new unit

The new wing will replace the retiring A-10s.

Mojave County rejects proposal to hand-count ballots in 2024 elections

Prior to the vote, Mohave County Elections Director Allen Tempert told the board that hand counting ballots for upcoming elections would require hiring more than 245 new workers.

Survey: Young Arizona voters more engaged, informed than earlier generations

51% of those voters spent time researching a candidate or issue before casting a ballot and that they tend to be more politically active online than in person.

‘We’re not the place’: Yuma County residents fight hazardous waste permit

Many Yuma residents want to stop the county from approving the proposal, saying they’re worried about toxic chemicals potentially contaminating their air, land and water.

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