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Case against former Tucson officer remanded to grand jury

The judge agreed with Remington's attorney that state prosecutors presented misleading statements to an initial panel but did not do so intentionally.

Former Congressman Jim Kolbe dies at age 80

Kolbe represented southern Arizona in the U.S. House for two decades

As cartels turn to social media to push fentanyl, experts teach parents how to keep kids safe

Overdose deaths rose during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in 2021, more than 100,000 people in the U.S. died of drug overdoses.

How one Wickenburg cattle ranch puts sustainability at its core

Regenerative agriculture means leaving the land better than it was found.

Population increase for endangered red squirrels in Arizona

State Game and Fish Department officials said that the annual survey estimates that there currently are 156 of the rare squirrels, up from 109 last year.

AP Fact Check: A look at what didn't happen this week

The AP checks two claims about Arizona elections.

Mayor Regina Romero delivers 2022 State of the City address

Ahead of the event, Romero announced she is running for a second four-year term in the 2023 city election.

Court of appeals listens to arguments over abortion access in Arizona

The three-judge panel did not indicate when their decision would be released.

AZ Capitol Christmas tree keeps forest healthy

The state used a tree that was part of a thinning project.

Ex-Border agent indicted in sex assault of an Arizona teen

He’s also been charged with kidnapping a minor victim and misleading state investigators.

ACLU sues city of Phoenix to stop sweeps of homeless camp

The ACLU says it filed the complaint late Wednesday in the U.S. District Court of Arizona

Cochise County certifies election

The vote came after a judge ordered them follow the law.

The Buzz: Working to Lower Homelessness in Southern Arizona

Latest efforts have gained traction while also talking about crime reduction

Forest Service warns about dangers of shipping container wall

The state is placing the barriers in the Coronado National Forest.

Battery plant hoping to move to Tucson

If approved it could bring $3.1 billion in economic impact to Pima County

Redistricting Advisory Committee approves three maps to be sent to Tucson city council

The new ward boundaries will be in effect for the 2023 municipal election.

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