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Volunteers Keep Saguaro National Park Clean During Shutdown

Staff at Tumacácori National Historical Park tighten budgets as they wait to return to work.

Bipartisan Group of Elected Officials Sworn In at Arizona Inauguration

Both Democrats and Republicans, like Gov. Doug Ducey, were sworn in at the morning ceremony.

Government Shutdown Not Affecting Federal Food Programs

Arizona WIC to be funded for months if shutdown continues.

Rep Ann Kirkpatrick Discusses Her Return to Congress

Also, Kirkpatrick's views on Nancy Pelosi and whether she supports impeaching President Trump.

Shutdown Means No E-Verify for Arizona Hospitality Industry

The break in the system to verify someone can legally work in the U.S. comes at the start of the peak season.

Arizona Delegation Helps Usher In Historic New Congress

Democrats take control of one chamber and women make big gains, all with Arizona's help.

Mayor Rothschild: Finances Are Tucson's Greatest Challenge

Tucson's mayor won't take office for a year, but the current office holder has a list of priorities for his successor.

Garbage, Feces Take Toll on National Parks Amid Shutdown

The shutdown has left parks without many of the employees who monitor campgrounds and otherwise keep parks running.

Charting a New Course for Water Supply in the Southwest

Water managers in Colorado River Basin states spent much of 2018 working on drought contingency plans.

Ethics Panel Clears Rep. Grijalva in Payment to Former Staffer

A complaint has been dismissed over a payment of $48,000 the congressman made in 2015.

Fear And Grieving in Las Vegas: Colorado River Managers Struggle With Water Scarcity

Water managers were supposed to finish drought contingency plans by the end of the year. They're likely to miss that deadline.

Gov Ducey Names McSally to McCain Senate Seat

McSally will serve until the 2020 election, when voters will elect someone to serve the final two years of McCain's term.

State parks projects under review due to delays, cost hikes

Leadership is reviewing all projects in the wake of complaints that led to the ouster of the previous director.

Congress Considers Legislation to Help Tribes Solve Cases of Missing People

Laws under consideration could improve tracking databases and increase funding for services like domestic violence shelters.

Jon Kyl to Leave Senate at the End of the Year

The announcement forces another appointment from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.

Mexico to Pump $30B Into Central America to Slow Migration

The development plan would benefit Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

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