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Pollster: Arizona Moderates Show Signs of Leaning Left in Election

A Phoenix polling company suggests the "Trump effect" and certain Democratic priorities are shifting the political center.

AG Brnovich: Marijuana Money Can Be Used for Addiction Services

The Arizona attorney general's opinion touched on the 2010 law creating a medical marijuana program.

Maricopa County to Appeal Ruling in Lawsuit Over Arpaio Patrols

The appeal isn't aimed at recouping the millions of dollars covered by taxpayers, but rather to correct court decisions and reduce county legal costs, a prosecutor said.

Giant Strainer Seeks to Clean Up Oceanic Garbage Patches

An Arizona researcher says it's only one approach to an dire problem that requires a variety of mitigation strategies.

Pima County Supervisors Again Delay Vote on Federal Grants for Sheriffs

Party line vote continued grant talk until a September 4th meeting.

In Stretch of Arizona Border, Migrant Families Keep Coming

Hailed as a gold standard for border security, the Yuma Sector has seen a more than 120 percent spike in families, many from Central America.

Frontier Airlines Returning to Tucson Airport

The airline left in 2012 amid financial troubles.

Appeals Court: No Immunity for Agent In Cross-Border Killing

The central question is whether Elena Rodriguez was protected by the Constitution as a Mexican citizen on Mexican soil.

Congress Watchdog: Border Wall May Cost More, Take Longer

The Government Accountability Office said CBP doesn't have enough info to know if it is using resources in a cost-effective manner.

2,700 Scientists: Planned Border Wall a Threat to Biodiversity

Scientists from 47 countries reviewed a scientific paper and concluded Trump's border wall will be an ecological disaster.

Federal Law Enforcement Grants Appear on Supervisors' Agenda Again

Operation Stonegarden grant debate began in February and has been put off numerous times.

Rural Southern Arizona Utility Building Solar Farm

Trico Electric Cooperative's Avion solar facility is expected to power up to 3,000 homes.

Tucson Council to Consider Raising Age to Buy Tobacco

Members to explore options for increasing minimum purchasing age to 21.

Forest Thinning, Burning Project OK'd to Protect Reservoir

The plan is aimed at preventing severe fire, erosion and flooding.

Universities Get $6M for Investigative Journalism Centers

The graduate-level programs will focus on training hands-on investigative journalists.

Invasive Snail Threatens Ecosystem of Arizona's Salt River

Apple snails were likely introduced into the river's ecosystem illegally from someone's aquarium.

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