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Arizona puts $40 million towards rural transitional housing for the unhoused

The funds will go to rehabilitating existing buildings

Senate committee backs bill to end local mail elections

Many municipalities, including Tucson, have embraced the practice.

Facing vacancies, police departments seek to hire officers

Recruiters are looking for qualified applicants.

Pima County Assessor's office heads to the library

Staff will be available at libraries across the county.

Gov. Ducey proposes $14.25 billion state budget

Plan calls for earned income tax credit and socking an additional $425 million in the state's rain day fund.

Huckelberry recovering at home

The county administrator was injured in October while biking in Tucson.

Republican lawmakers eye tax cut changes to avoid referendum

Lawmakers are getting ready for their annual session which begins next week.

Arizona court upholds decision to not release COVID records

An appeals court says not all COVID records are public.

Navajo council votes to send big checks to tribal members

The money comes from coronavirus relief funds.

New specialty license plates put Arizona's lineup over 80

Most of the plate's extra cost goes to charity or a non-profit.

Agencies step up enforcement on highway known for chases

The road is the main route between Phoenix and Las Vegas

Pygmy Owl may get protection again

The federal government wants to list ferruginous pygmy owl as a threatened species.

New congressional, legislative districts approved

The new congressional district boundaries create three seats that lean Democratic, four seats that lean Republican and two that are more narrowly divided between the parties.

Tucson mayor wants to extend free public transit rides

Sun Tran's free rides are currently set to expire on December 31st.

US Treasury has issued new guidance on deadlines to spend CARES Act relief

Costs can now be considered incurred by December 31, 2021, if recipients have an order placed or have entered into a contract by that end of the year deadline.

Yuma mayor: US responding to border, emergency easing

Asylum seekers picked up sooner in Yuma.

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