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Biden nominates Flake

The President wants the former Arizona senator to be Ambassador to Turkey.

More federal COVID-19 money for Arizona

Rural hospitals are getting millions from the federal government.

Tucson businessman in Senate race

The race for the GOP nomination is getting crowded.

Ducey appoints ex-aide to fill state Supreme Court vacancy

Kathryn Hackett King, a Phoenix lawyer, was Ducey’s deputy general counsel from 2015 to 2017.

Fontes officially in Secretary of State race

The former Maricopa County Recorder joins a growing field of candidates.

Groups that backed Proposition 208 seek to block tax cuts

The groups have filed a pair of voter referendums and have 90 days to collect the nearly 120,000 signatures

Arizona hires ex-Wildcats star Chip Hale as baseball coach

Hale succeeds Jay Johnson who was named LSU’s new coach last month

Hundreds of Arizona blood donors needed amid urgent shortage

Blood drives canceled by because of the pandemic has continued to leave blood supplies low

State Representative Lieberman joins race for governor

The Phoenix area Democrat joins a growing field.

Phoenix businessman runs for Secretary of State

Beau Lane joins a crowded Republican primary.

Pima County making progress on COVID-19 vaccines

President Biden set a goal of a 70% vaccination rate by July 4.

Rain, progress allow operations to be scaled back at 2 fires

Other fires continued to burn around the state and several national forests remained closed due to continued fire danger.

Pima County constable has been suspended for nearly 6 months

Constable Oscar Vasquez allegedly refusied to serve an eviction while waiting for the tenant to find another housing option

Supreme Court upholds Arizona voting restrictions

The court ruled 6-3 against a Democratic challenge to the restrictions

Raising awareness of aphasia, one stone at a time.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The plans to create a Tucson Gastronomy Collective to celebrate the unique flavors of Tucson; and a 5th grader and her family embark on a road trip from Sheboygan to Tucson.

Infrastructure bill could bring millions to the region

The bill in the U.S. House could help with bus lines, pedestrian safety, and I-11.

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