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Tribal police academy honors Tohono O'odham officer, Bryan Brown

The virtual ceremony remember eight tribal officers who died in the line of duty.

Navajo Nation remembers missing or murdered loved ones May 5

The Missing and Murdered Dine Relatives group hosted a Zoom meeting for loved ones impacted by the MMIWG crisis to share their stories.

Jury trials resume at Pima County Superior Court

The pandemic led to a nearly year-long pause.

New missing and murdered unit for American Indians and Alaska Natives

The new enterprise would facilitate interagency investigations on current and cold cases.

Immigration court backlog exceeds 1.2 million cases

A discussion with the president of the National Association of Immigration Judges.

Tucson council reappoints judge panned by review commission

Mayor Romero: it was unfortunate there was “a blatant campaign" against Magistrate Geraldine Hale

Lawyers for Arizona inmates seek hearing in health care suit

The lawyers said Judge Roslyn Silver hasn’t held a status conference in the lawsuit since December 2018

ACLU AZ files records request for Trump-era DHS agreement made with Arizona

Arizona was one of a handful of states and districts to sign on to the agreements just before Biden entered office.

AZ Federal Prosecutor resigning

Arizona's chief federal law enforcement officer to resign with new administration in Washington, D.C.

Federal judge issues order, not stopping mining effort at Oak Flat

By not granting the preliminary injunction, the land swap between the U.S. Forest Service and Resolution Copper will proceed.

Arizona’s prison population declines by 11% during pandemic

The decrease reflects a slowdown in the state’s court system

Arizona Supreme Court judge retiring

The Court’s presiding disciplinary judge William J. O’Neil will step down later this year

Fort Yuma Quechan Tribal Council member dies after getting COVID-19

Claudette White was new to the council but had a legal history in tribal courts as a judge.

A conversation with law expert about Oak Flat and treaties

Law Professor Stacy Leeds discusses how a treaty from 1852 has bearing in the battle over Oak Flat.

San Carlos Tribal members run to advocate for Oak Flat

The group is running from the religious site to Phoenix before a court hearing discussing the area's future.

Local bars and restaurants sue Pima County over curfew

The lawsuit claims the county's 10 p.m. curfew is unlawful and discriminatory towards business deemed non-essential.

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