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Hours after near-total ban upheld: Providers in AZ abortion clinic fear for patients' lives

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a Civil War-era law that bans nearly all abortions, except to save the life of a pregnant person.

Cochise Superintendent of Schools gives update on school communication program

The Navigate360 software will allow schools to share information with law enforcement

Pima County expects upcoming migrant funding to last through August

Pima County expects to receive at least 12 million dollars in federal funding from the recent Homeland Security appropriations bill to continue services to asylum seekers through August, after coming dangerously close to having to turn people away.

Cochise County Election Director Resigns

Tim Mattix's resignation to take effect on April 20

Arizona exports soar to record $28.79 billion, defy national decline

Top export categories include metal ores, semiconductors, and aerospace parts.

Arizona expects to be back at the center of election attacks

Top officials are going on the offense.

State superintendent helps parent sue AZ school district over dual language learning

The lawsuit comes nearly two weeks after a judge dismissed a similar case.

Interstate Social Work Compact makes progress in AZ Legislature

The Arizona Senate bill is part of a nationwide effort to streamline social worker's licensing regulations.

Arizona lawmaker resigns after report of sexual misconduct allegation in college

State Rep. Jevin Hodge was appointed in January to fill a vacancy in District 8 that includes Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe.

Few surprises expected in Arizona’s Presidential Preference Election

Strategists said they’d be on the lookout for protest voters against President Biden for his handling of Israel and Palestine.

Hobbs vetoes Arizona Starter Homes Act despite bipartisan support

The bill would have banned cities from requiring homeowners associations and minimize single-family home sizes.

Cochise Supervisors approve $70,000 to clean up Miracle Valley Bible College property

The purpose of the funds are to prepare the property for auction later this year

Judge mulls third contempt case against Arizona for failing to improve prison health care

Previous contempt fines totaling $2.5 million have failed to motivate authorities to improve care.

4 years later, COVID-19 conspiracy still thrives in the Arizona Senate

A far-right, unofficial committee presented anti-vaccine testimony and defended dubious treatments.

Massachusetts man gets prison for making bomb threat to Arizona election office

James Clark, 40, of Falmouth, pleaded guilty in August in U.S. District Court in Phoenix to sending a communication containing a bomb threat to an election official.

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