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New report: Detained immigrant deaths were preventable

A new report published by the ACLU found that immigrant deaths in ICE detention centers were largely caused by lack of oversight and systemic failures, including two deaths in Arizona.

Republicans advocate to keep "unborn human being" in AZ abortion ballot description

They argue that the term is a direct quote from Arizona's current law, making it impartial.

US Air Force challenges EPA’s emergency order on PFAS cleanup at Tucson Superfund Site

Military contests EPA’s jurisdiction and urgency of PFAS threats at Tucson site.

Community group is helping the homeless and redefining religion

Two bishops in the Liberal Catholic Church International have traded preaching for community organizing.

Mail-in ballot deadline is here

Check the story to find an early voting site.

Biden decision won't impact Arizona ballot preparations

Secretary of State Adrian Fontes said voters actually selected delegates not a candidate during the Presidential Preference Election.

AZ Supreme Court: State not responsible for TUSD desegregation expenses

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that the state does not have to reimburse Pima County for taxes levied for Tucson Unified’s programs stemming from its decades-long desegregation case.

Arizona lawmakers react to Biden dropping reelection bid

A familiar name is floated for the replacement ticket.

Biden drops out of 2024 race after disastrous debate inflamed age concerns and he endorses Harris

The decision comes after escalating pressure from Biden’s Democratic allies to step aside.

AZPM’s Mini Severe Storm Guide

Fast-escalating storm causes widespread damage and power outages, prompting questions about monsoon season and climate change

Microsoft outage affects election services in Maricopa, Pima counties

Voters in Pima County were issued provisional ballots at early voting sites.

DOJ lawsuit says shelter for migrant children has a pattern of sexual abuse and harassment

The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against a non-profit with a facility in Tucson, alleging its employees have subjected the unaccompanied migrant children in their care to severe, pervasive, and unwelcome sexual abuse and harassment.

These three words from 1922 are at the heart of the latest Colorado River clash

It’s all rooted in a document called the Colorado River Compact.

Arizona’s monsoon means danger for those with asthma. Here’s how to cope.

While some may look forward to the monsoon season, as the storms bring lower temperatures, those with asthma prepare for discomfort and distress.

Arizona poised to provide MDMA therapy to first responders with PTSD if the FDA approves the psychedelic

The Arizona Legislature added MDMA-assisted therapy to the list of treatments available to first responders with PTSD under the state’s workers’ comp plan.

Legal fight continues with appeals over proposed immigration initiative for Arizona Nov. 5 ballot

Immigrant advocates kept the issue alive this week by filing notice to the state Supreme Court that they will appeal the judge’s ruling.

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