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Arizona Congresspeople Pick Sides in Obamacare Fight

Delegation weighs in on impending battle over repealing all, or part, of Affordable Care Act.

McSally, Flake, McCain to Introduce Jan. 8 Memorial Bill

The shooting took the lives of 6 people and wounded 13 more.

Bears Ears is considered sacred by many tribes and communities in the Southwest.

Are the Southwest Monument Designations Permanent?

Obama declares Bears Ears, Gold Butte monuments in a changing political landscape.

Early Arizona Records Available, Free, on Ancestry Website

The state inked a deal to open access to historical census, school, marriage, prison data.

Downtown Tucson at night.

Tucson Police to Ramp Up DUI Patrols for New Year's Weekend

Full squad will be out in force, with the help of officers from other divisions.

In Santa Cruz County, Go Online for Home Checks When Away

The program is meant to increase safety through the visibility of patrol cars.

40 State Workers, Wrongly Fired, Get Their Jobs Back

Review of Department of Economic Security found issues in firings by former agency head.

The IRS in Arizona Has Tips For Your End-of-Year Giving

Make sure that a charity is tax-exempt,

Angel statue at the Monument to Independence in Mexico City.

Suns Mexico Games Light Up Fans, Political Leadership

Arizona Gov. Ducey and Phoenix Mayor Stanton expected to attend the basketball games.

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With Christmas Sunday, Governments Closed Monday

Public safety agencies will be working; all others have day off; trash collection delayed.

Potholes pit a section of road in Tucson.

It's Official: Tucson Will Ask Voters for Higher Sales Tax

Council votes unanimously to hold May special election on half-cent measure.

Soup kitchen workers hand out food to the homeless.

HUD to Provide $37M to Fight Homelessness in Arizona

$8M of that coming to Tucson and Pima County for 31 agencies.

Sales Tax Revenue Turns in Another 'Poor Performance'

Monthly state revenue report says revenues fall short of budget by 0.4% for month.

Ducey on Minimum Wage Suit: We'll Follow Court's Decision

The Arizona governor is leaving it to the judge, says state will pay it if it takes effect.

Gov. Doug Ducey with seven members of the Arizona Supreme Court following the swearing in of Justice Gould and Justice Lopez at the state capitol. Dec. 19, 2016

First Latino, One Other Justice Join Arizona Supreme Court

State's high court has now officially expanded to seven members.

Trees, Large Plants on I-19 Will Be Cleared as Safety Measure

Woody vegetation within 30 feet of the highway will be removed by ADOT.

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