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Most popular names for Arizona babies

Most common names for newborns remain nearly the same as they have for close to a decade.

After overwhelming voter OK, political ‘dark money’ law hailed as model

Anyone who violates the disclosure requirement could be fined at least the amount they failed to report, and potentially as much as three times that amount.

Law protects export of sacred Native American items from US

The effort largely was inspired by pueblo tribes in New Mexico and Arizona who repeatedly saw sacred objects up for auction in France.

Colleges expect more undocumented students this spring after Prop 308

On Nov. 8, when voters narrowly approved Proposition 308, a measure allowing state residents to get the in-state tuition rate, regardless of their citizenship status.

Lake loses suit over her defeat in Arizona governor’s race

The court did not find clear and convincing evidence of the widespread misconduct that Lake had alleged had affected the result of the 2022 general election.

Climate change and drought are muting bright fall colors as we know them

Researchers in Flagstaff are tracking tree health with a network of cameras to determine how the forests are being affected.

SRP researches cloud seeding in White Mountains to create snow amid historic drought

The state also helps fund cloud seeding programs in Colorado meant to increase flows into the Colorado River.

Tucson gets millions for PFAS treatment

ADEQ is adding money to Tucson's efforts to clean up groundwater.

Arizona Republican loses lawsuit over attorney general race

A judge concluded Abraham Hamadeh’s challenge of election results didn’t prove the errors in vote counting that he had alleged.

Water bills for tribes in Arizona to head to President Biden

The U.S. House approved the legislation on Thursday, just a few days after the U.S. Senate did.

Arizona lawyers: Kari Lake election loss lawsuit lacks merit

At the trial's closing arguments Thursday, attorneys for Arizona said Lake’s claims were based on hearsay, speculation and theatrics.

Tucson City Council: dispensaries, fare-free transit, childcare and redistricting

Mayor and council rounded out the year in their final city council meeting of 2022.

Transgender youth face fewer rights in the new year

The new laws will take affect Jan. 1 and include restrictions on issues like gender-affirming care.

Report: Home affordability an issue in Pima County, across Arizona

A report from Attom Data Solutions highlights the gap between media home price and average earnings.

Arizona AG says Tucson fair housing ordinance violates law

Brnovich said in a news release Thursday that Tucson's “source of income” ordinance violates state law.

New research project will connect UA students with underserved communities

They will explore local health and environmental issues in city neighborhoods along with rural and tribal regions.

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