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Navajo presidential hopefuls represent change or continuity

Incumbent President Jonathan Nez and challenger Buu Nygren emerged as the top two vote-getters among 15 candidates in the tribe’s primary election in August.

Fact Check AZ: Ep. 5 The Race for Senate and Pulling to the Middle

Why would Blake Masters make major changes in the policy portion of his website? Is he alone in doing so?

Arizona AG gives county OK for full ballot hand counts

The efforts to hand-count ballots are driven by unfounded concerns among some Republicans that problems with vote-counting machines or voter fraud led to former President Donald Trump's 2020 defeat.

Feds want the ability to cut back on Colorado River reservoir releases over the next two years

On Friday, the Interior Department began the process of revising existing guidelines for water management in the Colorado River basin.

Slow, steady and high tech: Study using GPS to track Sonoran desert tortoises

Sonoran desert tortoises can hold water for up to a year, Rubke said. That matters given that Arizona is in a megadrought.

Arizona high schooler makes a name for himself in the international chess world

He is closing in on the title of International Master.

Group can monitor Arizona ballot drop boxes, US judge rules

The judge concluded that “while this case certainly presents serious questions, the Court cannot craft an injunction without violating the First Amendment.”

Tucsonans prepare for Fall 2022 Cyclovia

Seasonal celebration takes cars off the street to celebrate city's neighborhoods

The Buzz: Latino voters are not a voting block

Plus, a check-in with elections officials as the midterm approaches.

Arizona agrees not to enforce total abortion ban until 2023

A move that Planned Parenthood Arizona credited Thursday with allowing them to restart abortion care across the state.

Tucsonans can report homeless camps

New tool helps city respond to health and safety concerns.

Groundbreaking set for new housing assistance facility

The first building will open on June 1st of next year.

Lower Colorado River reservoir evaporation the focus of new analysis

If implemented in its current form, the proposal would translate to significant cutbacks for users in Nevada, Arizona, and California.

Arizona GOP leader wins temporary halt to record turnover

Ward has said her First Amendment rights would be chilled if investigators were able to learn whom she spoke with while trying to challenge former President Donald Trump’s 2020 election defeat.

Judge considers stopping Phoenix ballot drop box watchers

A federal judge in Arizona said he hopes to decide by Friday.

Arizona prisoner to die by lethal injection, not gas chamber

Arizona, California, Missouri, and Wyoming are the only states with old gas execution laws still on the books.

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