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Old Pima Courthouse Getting Original Shade of Paint

Iconic tile dome retained, original color restored as part of preservation project.

Early Arizona Records Available, Free, on Ancestry Website

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

Incivility After Elections; Ray Carroll On Years as Supervisor

Plus, USS Arizona memorial exhibits and events.

Female WWII Pilot Gets Her Due: Burial at Arlington

Remembering Tucson aviator, as another laid to rest in site of honor.

Pascua Yaqui Youth Get Involved

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Native American portrayals in film; profile of Tucson author Ethel Lee Miller; and young love at a long distance.

Remembering Tucson Female WWII Pilot, As Another Laid To Rest in Site of Honor

The WASP once again can be interred at Arlington National Cemetery

Rio Nuevo Considers 'Sunshine Mile' Preservation

Effort would preserve Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road

1916: The Arizona Governor Who Refused to Leave Office

George Hunt contested the election all the way to the state Supreme Court after he lost by merely 30 votes.

Study Evaluates Young Native Adults' Connection to Tribal Lands

UA researchers seek input from those who live off-reservations, maintain traditions, relationship with origin.

Clean Water Agreement, Through Congress, Signed for AZ Tribe

Under $200M federal allocation, White Mountain Apaches will get 'clean water for another 100 years.'

McCain Eulogizes POW Cellmate on Senate Floor

AZ senator honors highly decorated Vietnam War veteran 'Bud' Day, who died Sunday.

Black Officer's Club Threatened, Historians Say

Illustrative of military segregation, 1942 Fort Huachuca Army building at risk of demolition.

AZ Week: Memorial to WWII Gets Its Start

State officials break ground at Capitol on Pearl Harbor Day

CD 1: The Flavor of Arizona

New district larger, more diverse than several states

New State Librarian Hired

National search resulted in hiring someone familiar with Arizona's Library

U.S. Constitution Celebrates 225th Anniversary

Fans say historic document is as important and relevant as ever

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