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Ski Valley opens for snowboarding and skiing

Almost 250 people attended and worked Ski Valley's opening day.

Arizona's shipping container wall on border is coming down

Workers continue to dismantle the container wall in Cochise County.

Biden signs water bills benefiting 3 tribes in Arizona

President Joe Biden signed legislation Thursday giving leasing authority to the Colorado River Indian Tribes, whose reservation tracks its namesake on the Arizona-California border.

Force behind Arizona's 'show me your papers' law dead at 75

Russell Pearce's family said on social media that he died Thursday at his home in Mesa, Arizona, after falling ill.

Ciscomani nominates McCarthy

The Representative-elect nominated McCarthy on the tenth vote.

Hobbs calls on elected officials to end conspiracy theories

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs pledged in her inaugural address Thursday to work with her political rivals.

Arizona death row inmate withdraws request to be executed

In a handwritten motion dated Wednesday and addressed to the Arizona Supreme Court, Aaron Gunches cited three recent executions that were “carried out in a manner that amounts to torture".

Three years on, COVID-19 no longer grabs headlines, still poses a threat

It hits the elderly hardest, it spikes in summer and winter, it killed men in Arizona at sharply higher rates t

PCC Vice Chancellor to head Virgina community college system

David Doré currently serves as president of campuses and executive vice chancellor for student experience and workforce development at Pima Community College in Tucson

Researchers suggest new tools to study cancer

Engineering could hold the key to the next advance in solving the puzzle.

Arizona Department of Public Safety director set to retire

He received a call from Hobbs’ staff informing him that she would not retain him.

Museum in Sierra Vista starts the year with a financial boost.

The Henry Hauser Museum is getting help from the Sierra Vista Historical Society.

Democrat Katie Hobbs takes office as Arizona governor

Hobbs was sworn in during a private ceremony at the state Capitol as she formally took over from Republican Doug Ducey.

Northern Arizona tribe to get federal aid for flood damage

President Joe Biden has approved a disaster declaration made by the Havasupai Tribe, freeing up funds for flood damage as it prepares to re-open for tourists after nearly three years.

Arizona governor's tenure defined by push right, Trump feud

Ducey cut taxes, vastly expanded school choice, restricted abortion and built a makeshift wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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