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Fire near Elgin prompts evacuations

Winds pushed the fire across several thousand acres by mid-afternoon.

Supreme Court hobbles challenges by inmates based on poor legal representation

Court says federal judges may not hear "new evidence" obtained after conviction to show how deficient the trial or appellate lawyer in state court was.

Old Bisbee High School will be converted to apartments

The project will bring 32 new housing units to Downtown Bisbee.

Governor OK's ban on school COVID-19 vaccines

The bills Ducey signed Friday permanently block disease mitigation measures that many health professionals say are critical to reining in the pandemic if case counts again surge.

Judge rules that pandemic border restrictions must continue

A federal judge has blocked the Biden administration from lifting the pandemic border restrictions known as Title 42 next week.

Arizona hits record low unemployment, but Tucson lags in jobs recovery

The state also recorded one of the highest quit rates in the country.

Ginni Thomas' emails deepen her involvement in 2020 election

Thomas urged Republican lawmakers in Arizona after the election to choose their own slate of electors.

Tucson willing to give up some Colorado River water

The Mayor and Council are looking at how to take stress off Lake Powell and Lake Mead.

City encourages employees and public to bike to work

Friday is National Bike to Work Day.

No charges for TPD officer in parking lot fight

The Pima County Attorney’s office said there is not enough evidence to charge.

Douglas voters reject pay raise for mayor, council

The city’s residents voted down about half of the 36 proposed amendments to the city’s charter, though results are not final.

COVID numbers rising in Pima County

The county government announced Wednesday it is changing the vaccination rules for employees.

Abortion rights group files longshot Arizona initiative bid

The group needs to collect more than 356,000 signatures from registered voters in a little over seven weeks.

Two more bills targeting COVID rules head to Ducey's desk

The GOP-led Senate voted to block the state from ever adding a COVID-19 vaccine to the list of inoculations schoolchildren must receive to attend public school.

State Senate votes for ethics investigation of Rogers after social media posts on mass shooting

The Senate censured Sen. Wendy Rogers, R-Flagstaff, as recently as March.

State health insurance program wrongly ended coverage for some Native children

AHCCCS said it is putting new procedures in place following auditor general's report.

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