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Governor orders more funding for elections, paid leave for state workers serving at polls

Hobbs said around $2.3 million from the American Rescue Plan Act will be earmarked to “support free, fair and secure elections."

Southern Arizona schools get passing grades from the state

The Arizona Department of Education is out with its annual school grades.

U.S. Dep. of Energy announced federal support of three transmission projects

The Southline Transmission Project is one of the three projects and will span from Hidalgo County New Mexico to Pima County in Arizona.

The Buzz speaks with Tucson City Council candidates

Candidates see streets, crimes and homelessness as the city's top issues.

Judge dismisses lawsuit contesting jail district election

Four Cochise County residents filed the lawsuit alleging misconduct by the county

Miracle Valley Bible College first and second highest bidders back out of sale

The 37.5-acre property will now be offered to the third highest bidder

Major housing development backs out shortly after San Pedro is assigned water rights

Developer Castle and Cooke pulled the plug on a subdivison that would have added just shy of 7,000 homes

Hobbs Terminates Fondomonte Lease to Protect Arizona Water

Critics of Fondomonte LLC say the company has been allowed to exploit Arizona’s water laws.

Miracle Valley Bible College sold after highest bidder backed out of sale

The new owner won the property with a bid of $700,000

Douglas AMA management goal under review, workshops ahead for management plan

ADWR officals say that those with non-exempt wells must apply for a grandfathered right by March 1 in order to continue legally withdrawing groundwater from the basin

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

Cochise Supervisor files suit against state and Maricopa County officals over 2022 Election

The Republican County Supervisor claims that Maricopa County Elections Officials didn't follow procedure when verifiying signatures on mail-in ballots

Wadsack recall falls short

Supporters could not gather the signatures they needed.

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