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Biden dedicates ASU library to late Sen. John McCain

This will be President Joe Biden's fourth major speech on democracy.

Cochise County Elections Director Resigns, Again

Cochise County Elections Director Bob Bartelsmeyer submitted his resignation last Friday

Tucson moves to begin settlement of COVID-era lawsuit

The 2021 lawsuit argued that the City of Tucson violated its contract with the Tucson Police Officer’s Association when it implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy.

Wadsack recall falls short

Supporters could not gather the signatures they needed.

Free tutoring now available to combat pandemic-learning loss in AZ

Students in grades one through eight, who failed state math, reading and writing proficiency tests, are eligible for free tutoring services.

New English language learning proficiency testing rules spark controversy

The new changes will effect Spring 2023 reassessment and the 2023-2024 placement.

Grijalva and Ciscomani sitdown together

The talk was an opportunity to hear about differences and common ground.

Attorney General Releases New Guidelines on Reproductive Data Privacy

Online privacy measures are recommended to protect those seeking reproductive healthcare.

Arizona schools chief targets transgender students and bathrooms

In a Thursday press release, Tom Horne said parents are expressing concerns over allowing transgender students to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity.

The Buzz: What's changing in campaign finance before 2024

As the next presidential election approaches, we ask if who pays for campaigns is getting clearer.

Arizona Democrats lose lawsuit looking to block No Labels Party

No Labels says it is seeking ballot access in many states and will run a bipartisan “unity ticket” for president “if the two parties select unreasonably divisive presidential nominees.”

Border is an “Existential Crisis” to House Republicans

Five Congressional Republicans condemned President Biden’s border policy at a subcommittee hearing Tuesday afternoon in Cochise County.

Abortion rights advocates push for 2024 ballot initiative in Arizona

If proponents collect enough signatures, Arizona will become the latest state to put the question of reproductive rights directly to voters.

The Buzz: how dual language immersion is for everyone

We’re heading back to school to understand Arizona's various English language learning models and how dual language immersion is coming under fire.

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