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Douglas voters to decide on bigger stipends for mayor, city council in special election

Voters in Douglas will get a lengthy ballot with 36 measures.

County explores changes after Huckelberry debacle

Elected officials didn't know administrator had retired.

Arizona has a surplus. How will lawmakers spend it?

Gavel to Gavel speaks with economist Jim Rounds about the state's budget outlook and how long Arizona's surplus might last.

Pima Supervisors to review Huckelberry’s contract

Documents show confusion over former county administrator’s resignation.

Arizona House votes to delay controversial new election law

As it stands now, the law would likely go into effect between the primary and general elections this year.

A-10 in budget crosshairs again

The Air Force is again trying to retire the top plane at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry resigning

The long-time Administrator was seriously injured in October.

Arizona will require voters to prove citizenship, residency

The Legislature’s own lawyers say the measure is unconstitutional, directly contradicts a recent Supreme Court decision and is likely to be thrown out in court.

Arizona lawmakers may give some politicians an early retirement with full pension

Some members of the elected officials retirement plan could retire at age 55 after 10 years in office, instead of waiting until age 62.

Tucson city council plans return to in-person meetings

Witnesses for public hearings will be allowed to testify remotely and seating for the public will be limited.

COVID transmission rates drop in southern Arizona

The CDC has lowered the transmission level in most of the state.

Most of Southern Arizona still must wear masks

The CDC has changed the guidance for when people need to wear masks.

Giffords home from hospital

She was admitted earlier in the week for appendicitis.

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.

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