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Pima County OKs Davis-Monthan Environmental Assessment

Officials say they see no problem with expanded flight training at Tucson military base.

Arizona Health Officials: State Good to Test for Ebola

Department will no longer have to send blood samples to Centers for Disease Control.

Secretary of State Bennett Says Goddard Ad Makes False Claims

Accuses Democrat of exaggerating amount of money local governments spent to implement dual-track voting system.

Bickering, Bitterness Mark Attorney General's Race

Democrat Rotellini, Republican Brnovich working to define themselves for votes.

AZ WEEK: Third-Party Governor Candidates Take on Economy, Immigration

Libertarian Hess, Americans Elect Mealer voice business, economic plans to help with undocumented migration, pull state from recession brink.

Record Number of Children in Shelters, Foster Care

As of March 2014, nearly 16K kids are under custody of state compared to 11K four years ago; budget cuts to reunification programs an issue.

METRO WEEK: CD 2 Rematch Highlights Border Policy Differences

McSally pushes for improved guest worker visas, Barber advocates crack-down on employers hiring illegally.

Early Voting for November Election Begins

Close to 300K ballots were mailed in Pima County yesterday; three stands now open.

Wastewater

EPA Gives State $25M to Reduce Water Pollution

Funds will be used for safe drinking water projects, better wastewater infrastructure.

Judge: Appellate Gay Marriage Decision Can Affect AZ Ban

Tuesday ruling said same-sex union prohibition in 2 states was unconstitutional; 2 state challenges still pending.

US Fish & Wildlife Investigating Death of Mexican Gray Wolf

Officials say carcass was found within Blue Range recovery area in Arizona.

2nd Congressional District Seat May Be Up to Convincing Independents

Rematch between Democrat Barber, Republican McSally could come down to who is seen as more politically moderate.

The corner of Broadway and Country Club is alive with activity along the historic "Sunshine Mile".

Broadway Widening Gets Preliminary Approval

Specific design work is next for 6-lane project; City Council asking RTA for more funds.

Navajo Chief Hearing Officer Rules Against Presidential Candidate

Chris Deschene says he will appeal to tribe's Supreme Court; issues emerged over his ability to speak language fluently or not.

Another Navajo Nation Delegate Resigns Over Bribery Charges

Ex-speaker Johnny Naize stepped down last month after also pleading guilty.

Early Voting: Contentious Issue Between Democrats, Republicans

Method is also changing way politicians campaign; thousands of ballots mailed to Pima County residents today.

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