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NDAA helps local bases but cuts A-10s

The defense spending plan reduces the number of A-10 aircraft.

Biden visits Arizona computer chip site, highlights jobs

Biden toured a Phoenix plant being completed by the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. that was announced in 2020 during Donald Trump's presidency.

Former Congressman Jim Kolbe dies at age 80

Kolbe represented southern Arizona in the U.S. House for two decades

Mayor Regina Romero delivers 2022 State of the City address

Ahead of the event, Romero announced she is running for a second four-year term in the 2023 city election.

Court of appeals listens to arguments over abortion access in Arizona

The three-judge panel did not indicate when their decision would be released.

Cochise County certifies election

The vote came after a judge ordered them follow the law.

The Buzz: Working to Lower Homelessness in Southern Arizona

Latest efforts have gained traction while also talking about crime reduction

Forest Service warns about dangers of shipping container wall

The state is placing the barriers in the Coronado National Forest.

Redistricting Advisory Committee approves three maps to be sent to Tucson city council

The new ward boundaries will be in effect for the 2023 municipal election.

Supreme Court wrestles over state challenges to federal immigration policy

The Supreme Court on Tuesday grappled with how strictly the federal government must enforce immigration policy.

Fact Check Arizona bonus episode: How we fact check

The Fact Check AZ team discuss how we'd dissect a questionable campaign mailer

Arizona settles with Google, iHeartMedia over misleading ads

The Federal Trade Commission and a handful of states announced settlements.

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.

UArizona Health Sciences receives grant to study PFAS mitigation in firefighters' blood

Arizona Board of Regents grant will further an Australian study that could minimize forever chemicals' impact on health.

Sierra Vista gets grant for new homeless project

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

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