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Arizona Senate Democrats force vote on gun background checks

Tuesday's procedural move came a week after a man armed with two AR-15-type rifles killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

Pima County to offer gun locks

Free locks to be distributed at libraries and clinics.

State has mixed bag of growth in 2021

Census data show swings in local populations.

Gas prices will likely stay high through the summer

AAA says prices might put a strain on summer travel.

Sonora governor: Desalination will have to be part of state water supply

With at least a dozen neighborhoods in Hermosillo already experiencing water shortages this summer, the state is confronting a future without enough water for residents.

Governor heads to Israel

He will talk trade, water, and border security while there.

Ducey vetoes voter registration bill

The bill would have forced investigations of voter registrations.

Lieberman drops out of race for governor

He is the first candidate to drop out of the Democratic gubernatorial primary.

COVID numbers rising in Arizona

The number of new COVID cases in Pima County has topped more than 1,000 for the second week in a row.

Department of Corrections hires controversial private health care company

The department is still involved in a lawsuit over allegations that it provided unconstitutional levels of health care.

New University of Arizona building focuses on tech startups

Tech Launch Arizona helps new businesses get off the ground.

Hydropower customers could pay extra fees

Federal law requires fees be paid whether or not dams are generating power.

Tucson will help essential workers buy homes

The program builds off of a current city and county program.

Hudbay wins a round in court

A judge ruled the Rosemont and Copper World mines are not legally related.

Arizona regulators skipped inspections of long-term care facilities

Auditor general says state regulators wrongly downgraded complaints including severe allegations, such as sexual assault and neglect.

Tucson teachers earn less than teachers in similar Western cities

A study by University of Arizona economists shows teacher salaries in Tucson aren’t keeping up with the nation or even Western cities comparable in size or cost of living

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