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Arizona's Most Crowded Federal Race: Southern Arizona's Competitive District 2

The open seat in the 2nd Congressional District has drawn a dozen candidates.

Arizona Settles Suit Over Handling of Voter Registration

The suit said voter registration in the state was unduly burdensome over proof-of-citizenship requirement.

Congressional Panel Offers Mixed News on Arizona's Opioid Crisis

Prescribing of opioids is down, but smuggling from Mexico is up.

Tucson Council Mulls Fate of Money-Losing Golf Courses

The Silverbell and Fred Enke courses aren't making a profit and will require capital improvements in the coming years.

Ex-Lawmaker Expelled for Misconduct Open to Serving Again

Don Shooter says if Republicans can get him the signatures, he'll run for Arizona state Senate.

City Council Wants Voters to Decide on Even-Year Elections

The Tucson council asked staff to draft of a ballot measure that would put the matter before voters in November.

Tucson Council to Seek Landmark Designation for Benedictine Monastery

Historic designation would limit the owner's ability to fully or partially demolish the building on Country Club Road.

Arpaio to Turn in Signatures in Bid to Appear in GOP Primary

Former sheriff's campaign says it will turn in 10,000 signatures to compete in Aug. 28 election.

Democrats Get Giddy About a Perennial Target: Arizona

Dems hoping to turn the state blue have lost every statewide election since 2008. They say this year could be different.

Immigration Will be 'Significant Component' of McCain Legacy

The senator has made multiple runs at immigration reform, though his ideas weren't always popular in Arizona or the Republican Party.

Gov. Ducey: TUSD's Plan for Staff Raises "Disappointing"

TUSD Superintendent has expressed interest in using new money for staff and faculty raises.

Appeals Court Won't Block Arizona Law Targeting Initiatives

A panel of judges agreed the case is not "ripe" for a challenge.

County Considering Buying Bowling Alley

Golden Pin Lanes on the northwest side would be turned into a space to house a variety of county health and community service agencies.

Taking Back the Night in a Year of #MeToo

Ripples from the national movement were felt at an annual Tucson event, where hundreds marched to end sexual violence.

County Supes to Debate Draft of Road Improvement Sales Tax

A memo predicts the bill will go through a final vote on June 19.

Filings: No Teacher Donations to Ducey in 2018

No donors to the Ducey campaign listed an occupation in the public education sector.

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