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No Licenses for Young Immigrants Won't Be Blocked During Appeal

Policy in place while governor challenges earlier decision saying she can't deny these driving privileges.

State Sen. Crandell Dies; Flags at Half-Staff in AZ Capitol

State senator found dead in ranch from an apparent horseback riding accident; 'I am deeply saddened,' governor says.

Controversy Dominates Race for AZ Attorney General

Accusations against incumbent Tom Horne figure strongly in Republican Party challenger's campaign tactics.

15 Doses of Lethal Drugs Used in Convicted Murderer's Execution

Joseph Wood's attorneys say the state Dept. of Corrections violated execution protocol by doing so.

15 Doses of Lethal Drugs Used in Convicted Murderer's Execution

Joseph Wood's attorneys say the state Dept. of Corrections violated execution protocol by doing so.

METRO WEEK: Campaign Money Flows to Tucson Area TV

About $1M spent on political TV advertising in Southern Arizona in July.

State Searches for Party to Investigate Two-Hour Execution

Joseph Wood's death made national headlines; last week Brewer ordered Dept. of Corrections to look into issue.

Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

$11M Project Aims to Preserve Colorado River Water

Dept. of Interior, Arizona, three other states collaborating to reduce demands by cities, farmers, industry.

A map of the Arizona Congressional districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

GOP Candidates in CD1 Argue Conservative Values, Broad Appeal

Three Republicans vying for party nomination say they can win general election against Democratic incumbent Rep. Kirkpatrick.

AZ Week: A Look at GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Forum

Five of six hopefuls debated state economic recovery plans, illegal immigration; primary election is Aug. 26.

Second Suspect in Killing of BP Agent Brian Terry Extradited to Tucson

Mexico native Ivan Soto-Barraza has been indicted on first-degree murder, other charges.

Maricopa Drops Challenge to Smuggling Law for Immigrants

County hoped to appeal judge's ruling saying people who pay to be brought to US illegally cannot be charged with conspiracy to smuggle.

Plans for Walk-In Clinic for Veterans in PHX

Part of Congress legislation that hopes to shorten health care waiting periods.

Tax Tips

AZ Dept. of Revenue Catches More Tax Return Fraud

Officials say department has found more than $74M in fraudulent refunds in last fiscal year.

UPDATED: House Abandons Vote for Border Crisis Bill

Tea Party members withdraw support; Speaker Boehner says they'll continue to work on solutions, however.

Republicans Shelley Kais, Martha McSally and Chuck Wooten are seeking the party's nomination in Congressional District 2.

Republicans in CD2 Race Would Rewrite Immigration, Border Bill

Kais, McSally, Wooten would have voted against Senate version of reform, call security top issue.

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