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Mayes warns families of school voucher risks, but faces push back from Horne

Mayes’ warning comes just as the school semester starts to ramp back up in some districts

Ballot question to remove Douglas AMA is thrown out

Cochise County officials said a lawsuit brought by the EDF forced the decision.

Court settlement includes meaningful border wall changes for wildlife

A settlement between the Biden administration and environmental groups stipulates changes to the border wall that are a win for Southern Arizona wildlife, including larger connectivity passages and environmental impact studies.

Cochise Supervisors' quest for conducting 100% hand count continues in court

The board appealed the previous ruling that prevented the board from hand-counting all the ballots in the 2022 General Election

Migrant encounters drop during first month since end of Title 42

Despite concerns that the end of Title 42 would bring an influx of migrants, the number of apprehensions continue to drop, in Arizona and across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Mayes says Horne cannot modify English language learning models

The opinion comes as some schools across Arizona begin their semester this week.

Bisbee City Hall heading towards reconstruction

The city manager said that inflation and supply chain issues contributed to delays

Cities looking to increase employee wages in budgets for new fiscal year

The goal is to make salaries more competitive and help retain employees

Navajo president presses Congress for more time, money, for water project

The project would deliver 37,767 acre-feet of water annually from the San Juan River basin through 300 miles of pipeline to 43 Navajo chapters, the city of Gallup, New Mexico, as well as the Teepee Junction area of the Jicarilla Apache Nation.

Navajo witnesses clash over government’s Chaco Canyon mining ban

A new 20-year moratorium on drilling and mining within 10 miles of the Chaco Canyon tramples on tribal sovereignty and denies Navajo badly needed royalty payments, Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren told lawmakers.

The Buzz Live! Water Conservation and AMAs in Cochise County

The area's agriculture industry copes with a possible future as a recall vote looms.

Arizona Democrats file complaint against No Labels over donor secrecy

Arizona Democrats filed a complaint Thursday with Secretary of State Adrian Fontes.

AG Mayes to be acting Governor

She will be in charge while Governor Hobbs is out of state.

Cochise County Supervisors eye new contract for "ballot fraud countermeasures"

The supervisors put the vote on hold until July 25 so clarification regarding funding source may be made available.

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