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Kelli Ward Wins Arizona Republican Party Chair

The victory for the two-time Senate candidate is a win for the party's more conservative wing.

Deadline Nears for Colorado River Drought Plan

Arizona's plan has yet to be approved the the state Legislature, while other six states have already agreed to plans.

Wading Into Colorado River Negotiations

Time is almost up for Arizona to approve a drought contingency plan.

ADOT: Work Authorization Card Means Eligibility for Driver's License

The revision comes as the result of the settlement of a federal lawsuit.

Food Bank Helping Unpaid Federal Workers

Federal prison, FAA and TSA employees receive food during shutdown.

"Call Him Mac": The Political Legacy of Ernest W. McFarland

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Bobcats in the Backyard; Making Music in the Name of Literacy; and a Taste of Vegan Mexican Food

Nurse Arrested in Case of Incapacitated Woman Who Gave Birth

The nurse worked at the Hacienda HealthCare facility where the woman lived and had been providing care to her.

Senate Committee Votes to Increase Education Sales Tax

The extra money would fund public education in Arizona.

US Approves Work Rules for People on Arizona Medicaid

Adults considered "able bodied" must work or lose health care.

Border Aid Group Volunteers Found Guilty on Misdemeanor Charges

The charges stem from the No More Deaths volunteers leaving food and water in the desert.

As New Caravan Reaches Its Southern Border, Mexico Mulls Long-Term Immigration Plan

Mexico is caught between the harsh realities pushing people out of northern Central America and divisive political drama in the U.S.

Ducey Releases Budget, Including First Funding for PCC Since 2015

The $11.4 billion spending plan includes $20 million to expand PCC's aviation program.

Tucson, Pima County Sue Opioid Industry

The suit claims manufacturers deceived the public about the addictive nature of opioids.

Changes to Title IX Would Narrow Definition of Sex Discrimimation

A look at proposed changes to the federal law prohibiting such discrimination in education in the #MeToo era.

Rep Kirkpatrick Wants to Help 'Dreamers' Work for Congress

The Arizona representative's first bill would allow DACA recipients to work on Capitol Hill.

Drought Hangover Likely to Deplete Spring Runoff, Report Says

Despite "OK" snowpack, the hot and dry conditions of 2018 put the Southwest in a drought hangover.

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