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AZ Week: Article Exposes Breach into Phoenix Counter Terrorism Center

Pulitzer winning reporter Ryan Gabrielson publishes years-long investigation into Chinese national possibly breaching state database.

Reid Zoo Baby Elephant Makes Media Debut

African elephant Semba gave birth to female calf last week; she weighed in at 245 pounds.

UPDATE: Who Won in CD1? Votes Still Being Counted

State House Speaker Tobin leads rancher Kiehne by 381; up to 20,000 early, questioned ballots yet to be tabulated.

Veterans Affairs: No Proof Appointment Delays Caused Deaths

Revelations that as many as 40 veterans died while awaiting care at the Phoenix VA hospital rocked the agency last spring.

Panel Clears Ousted UA Surgeon of All Charges

Say medical center failed to prove termination was justified; final say on action in University Physician Healthcare's hands.

Horne Loses Attorney General Primary to Brnovich

Former gaming department director wins by more than half of votes cast; to face Democrat Felecia Rotellini in November.

Ducey Wins 6-way GOP Gubernatorial Race

15-point margin over Smith; state treasurer will face Democrat DuVal in November general election.

Polls Close, Counting Begins in Primary for Governor, Other Offices

6 Republicans seek state's top office; faceoffs for attorney general, secretary of state, education superintendent, state Legislature, Congress.

Huppenthal Loses Chance for Re-Election as Schools Chief

Arizona superintendent of public instruction argues opposition of Common Core Standards reason for loss.

McSally Breezes in CD2, Setting up Rematch with Barber

She takes nearly 70% in 3-way race; national attention expected in race she lost by less than 1% in 2012.

UPDATE: 1st Congressional District Race Too Close to Call

480 votes separate state House Speaker Andy Tobin, rancher Gary Kiehne in Republican primary; Kwasman lags.

US Consul in Nogales, Sonora Begins Three-Year Tenure

Security, cultural exchange among priorities along border.

METRO WEEK: Student Body President Wants Political Involvement

UA will see its biggest number of incoming freshmen this fall; student government aims to increase engagement.

AZ Week: Film Explores Whether Real 'El Chapo' Captured

Recent poll in Mexico shows country nearly split on believing drug lord was apprehended in February.

Migrant Deaths in AZ Desert Down 44%

Border Patrol officials say most deaths were during summer months.

Salvador Duran: I Sing My Paintings, I Paint My Music

The exuberant art, music of this Mexican troubadour draw upon diverse traditions and lingering tragedy.

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