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Rep. Gallego announces bid for Arizona Senate seat

He is hoping to unseat independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.

SRP solar plant northwest of Flagstaff expected to offset 1 billion pounds of CO2 each year

Salt River Project has partnered with Clēnera a private renewable energy company, to bring Arizona its largest solar plant by 2024.

AG asks court to put execution on hold

Mayes is reversing a move by her predecessor.

Student gumshoes at GCU collaborate with Phoenix police to create shoeprint database

Forensic scientists can identify shoeprints left at crime scenes, including what type of shoe and what size the suspect wears.

High school students build a road-worthy electric vehicle

All the parts for the roadworthy EV the students are constructing this semester came from Switch Vehicles in California.

UA students prepare to put their own cubesat into space

The cereal box-sized "CatSat" will transmit data to UA's Biosphere 2.

Arizona tracks money transfers to Mexico

ACLU calls it abuse, wants database shut down.

Arizona lottery resumes ticket sales after system crash

The outage began Thursday, and it wasn’t until midday Friday that sales were back online.

Arizona executive order establishes Death Penalty Independent Review Commissioner

Governor Katie Hobbs said "it's time" for a review after history of botched executions.

Bill that restricts student's pronouns moves past committee

The bill would require teachers to gain parental permission to use a pronouns that are different from a student's biological sex.

VP Harris touts Arizona-California power transmission line

Harris and others celebrated the new line during visit to Maricopa County.

USDA awards $930 million towards wildfire preventions

Three million acres of the San Carlos Apache Tribal Forest Protection Project will receive funding.

The Buzz: Arizona and snow

While non-rain precipitation is rare in the deserts, it's not uncommon for the mountains to get feet of snow each year.

UA announces new safety strategies months after deadly shooting

The changes include expanded background checks, new security access to buildings and trainings.

Tucson Meet Yourself festival receives grant to plan 50th anniversary

This year's festival will examine the 50 year evolution of cultural diversity in Tucson.

Appeals court: Arizona early voting system is constitutional

The three-judge panel rejected the Arizona Republican Party’s argument that mail-in voting violates the secrecy clause in the state Constitution.

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