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'Dirty Money' Initiative Falls Short in Signature Review

The secretary of state said Outlaw Dirty Money didn't receive the needed 226,000 signatures.

Mexican Politics On the Agenda for Binational Meeting in Phoenix

Leaders from both sides of the border will discuss cross-border economic development.

Judge Sides With Pima County On Part 2 of World View Case

Ruling says the county properly entered into no-bid contracts with builders so it could meet World View's needs.

Outside Spending on Record-Setting Pace in Arizona Senate Race

The open seat is attracting millions of dollars.

Open Seat Adds to Already-Competitive Southern Arizona District

Eleven Republicans and Democrats are vying to represent Arizona's 2nd Congressional District, as Martha McSally seeks a Senate seat.

Pima County Supervisors Again Delay Vote on Federal Grants for Sheriffs

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

Federal Law Enforcement Grants Appear on Supervisors' Agenda Again

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

Where in the World is Jeff Flake?

The U.S. Senator's trip to Africa stalls votes on Trump nominations.

Mexican President-Elect Wants Fewer Migrants to US

López Obrador has spoken of mitigating the factors that push people to immigrate from Central America and Mexico.

Polls Remain a Crucial Tool in Arizona Election Campaigns

What signs to look for to know if a poll is trustworthy or not.

Liberals in Arizona Debate Forgiving Candidate's Moderation

Some Democrats are frustrated in seeing Kyrsten Sinema as shifting more right when others are taking more aggressively left-leaning stances

Pima County: Solar Savings $220,000 Since 2015

Most of the privately owned solar arrays operating on county property are lowering the county's electric bill.

What Sonora's Support For Mexico's President-Elect Means for Arizona

A discussion with KJZZ Hermosillo bureau reporter Murphy Woodhouse about political changes south of Arizona.

Understanding How the Results of Mexico's Elections Could Affect the US

A discussion with Roberto Zepeda, a visiting scholar from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

City Annexes Tucson International Airport

Annexation provides tax dollars to the city, assistance to the airport.

City Council Sets Details For November Parks Bond

Financial oversight mechanisms put in place by a 5-1 vote.

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