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Lake seeks election records in suit against Maricopa Couty

The suit claims that the county has not fulfilled public records requests filed on Nov. 15 and 16.

Gov Ducey welcomes Hobbs though no Lake concession

Outgoing Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday his Republican administration will ensure an orderly transition to Democrat Katie Hobbs.

Food banks get lesson in economics

More demand, less supply, higher prices.

The Buzz: What is the future of Southern Arizona's shopping malls?

As the holiday shopping season kicks off, we look at how retail hubs are trying to stay relevant.

Sierra Vista gets grant for new homeless project

The $50,000 grant comes from the Arizona Department of Housing.

Catholic Community Services gets millions in grant funding

The money comes from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Republcian lawmaker threatens to not vote on any bills over election result

The new member of the legislature is in a race with an automatic recount

Candidate files election lawsuit

Abe Hamadeh says there were widespread errors and inaccuracies.

Health insurance open enrollment sees lower premiums

Officials are pointing towards the Inflation Reduction Act for more affordable plans.

COVID numbers rising in Arizona again

Most of the state is considered having a medium transmission rate.

Grand Canyon park changes campground name that haunted tribe

The Havasupai Tribe and Grand Canyon National Park announced that Indian Garden will be renamed Havasupai Gardens.

Pima County jail faces 2nd inmate suicide in a week

Corrections officers and the jail's medical staff attempted life-saving measures but the inmate was pronounced dead.

2nd Arizona county delays certifying election, for now

The delay came as Maricopa, the state's most populous county, finished counting the last remaining ballots .

Missing Migrant Program Summit brings awareness to risk of migrant deaths

Officials from local, national and non-governmental agencies came together to exchange ideas.

Cochise County delays election certification

Some county supervisors are questioning the certification of voting machines.

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