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City Council Wants Voters to Decide on Even-Year Elections

The Tucson council asked staff to draft of a ballot measure that would put the matter before voters in November.

NFL Awards Super Bowl to Arizona in 2023

It will be the third Super Bowl to be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.

Science Standards Draft Changes Remove, Alter Evolution References

Arizona schools Superintendent Diane Douglas says evolution is an ongoing debate.

Tucson Council to Seek Landmark Designation for Benedictine Monastery

Historic designation would limit the owner's ability to fully or partially demolish the building on Country Club Road.

US House Republicans Want to Change Asylum Laws

Republican House leaders plan to take up an immigration bill in June.

Court Tosses Case Claiming Bias Against Opposite-Sex Couples

A woman claimed discrimination based on benefits afforded unwed same-sex couples.

CBP Officer Used Government Credit Cards to Buy Gas for his Vehicles

Juan Fernando Barajas admitting to buying gas for personal vehicles with 13 stolen cards.

Phoenix Mayor to Step Down Next Week for Congress Run

Greg Stanton announced his plans in October to run for Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema's seat.

Ducey Attends Trump Dinner on Immigration

The Arizona Republican joined other governors to discuss border security and deportation.

Arpaio to Turn in Signatures in Bid to Appear in GOP Primary

Former sheriff's campaign says it will turn in 10,000 signatures to compete in Aug. 28 election.

ACLU Suit Aims to Stop Separation of Families at Border

The group says a federal judge will decide on an injunction to stop separating families that seek asylum at the border.

Red Cross Starting Summer Blood Donation Campaign Early

The organization hopes to avoid a typical seasonal shortage.

Downtown Redevelopment: A Look at Rio Nuevo's Past and Future

The state has extended the development district through 2035; how is downtown doing and what's next?

Hopi Tribe Asks Governments for Help in Land Exchange Efforts

The tribe is looking for support as it works to finalize the transfer set out in a 1996 agreement.

Arizona Delegation Heading to Mexico City

Business and political leaders look to bolster ties with their counterparts in Mexico.

Why 9% Raises for Arizona's Teachers Are No Guarantee

The Arizona School Boards Association offers an explanation.

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