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Pima County making progress on COVID-19 vaccines

President Biden set a goal of a 70% vaccination rate by July 4.

Infrastructure bill could bring millions to the region

The bill in the U.S. House could help with bus lines, pedestrian safety, and I-11.

Air Force announces changes to A-10s at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Nearly half of the A-10s will be retired to make space for new squadrons.

Ducey left out of White House wildfire meeting

The White House kept Governor Ducey off the list to talk about wildfires

Gaynor runs for Governor

The Arizona businessman ran for Secretary of State in 2018.

Diego Rodriguez enters race for Attorney General

The former Pima County prosecutor joins a growing field.

Sinema part of infrastructure deal

The Arizona senator was part of a bipartisan group that crafted the compromise.

Flat tax passes Arizona House

The flat tax was a priority for Governor Doug Ducey.

Tucson International Airport wants steady money

Airport Authority head tells Congress to keep funding steady.

Chiricahua National Monument could get an upgrade

A bill moving through Congress would make the popular spot into a national park.

Democrats stop budget vote in AZ House

The minority party staged a walkout and stopped the voting process.

Bolick enters race for Secretary of State

The state legislator from Phoenix joins a growing crowd in the Republican primary.

Republicans view Arizona as a purple state

Republican elections leaders are trying to downplay Trump’s effect.

Legislature passes wildfire relief bill

Hundreds of millions of dollars will go to help fight wildfires and communities impacted by the fires.

Flat tax proposal stalls in AZ House

A lone Republican is holding up the budget by refusing to vote for the flat tax.

Former TV anchor runs for AZ Governor

Kari Lake was a news anchor in Phoenix for more than twenty years

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