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Visitors come from all over for Tohono O'odham Rodeo and Fair

In just a couple hours fair goers can sample music, food, traditional sports and classic rodeo events.

Navajo Code Talker dies at 96; less than a handful remain

Joe Vandever Sr. was one of the few remaining Navajo Code Talkers.

Court upholds ruling against state prisons for poor inmate health care

The court characterized the Department of Corrections as "deliberately indifferent" to inmate health care.

Thousands of calls placed to Arizona’s opioid help hotline

Officials say the line has helped thousands since its launch and has also saved lives.

Study: Four Corners drought intensified by human-induced warming

A researcher said the drought showed what climate change is like "in the here and now."

Education funding, minimum wage increase, affordable housing

Plus, how Arizona's opioid help hotline is helping prevent overdoses.

More concern, outrage over border wall's impact on sensitive desert lands

A recently bulldozed strip of desert has sparked another wave of criticism over the construction of President Trump's border wall.

Young activists press for action on climate change

Inexperience and age aren't stopping young people in Arizona and around the world from demanding action.

Arizona Education Department release unwittingly reveals student data

The release revealed personal info of ESA students, but also drew attention to some account balances raising eyebrows among critics of the program.

Presidential task force on missing Native Americans charts path

The group is tasked with finding ways to respond to what has been an epidemic in Indian Country.

Uber, Lyft confirm Phoenix airport business as usual for now

The companies said they will continue operations until the Arizona Supreme Court rules on proposed fee increases.

Maricopa County agrees to pay other side's legal costs in racial profiling case

The payment is tied to a lawsuit against the sheriff’s office for profiling Latino drivers.

University of Arizona cancels Chinese New Year event

The festival was canceled over fears of the new coronavirus outbreak in China.

Supreme Court says ‘public charge’ rule can take effect — for now

The policy will require migrants to demonstrate that they will not need public assistance before they can gain admission to the U.S.

Arizona Senate committee advances bill to bolster firefighter cancer claims

The unanimously passed bill targets a loophole some firefighters say is used to deny cancer compensation claims.

Federal appeals court throws out Arizona voting laws it says impact minorities

The 9th Circuit split decision affects precinct-based voting errors and so-called ballot harvesting.

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