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City Council Takes Initial Step in Raising Tobacco-Purchase Age

The council has asked the city manager's office to prepare an ordinance that would raise the age to 21.

Clues Mount in Tucson Painting Theft

One year after "Woman-Ochre" was found, more evidence links to New Mexico couple.

AG Brnovich: Marijuana Money Can Be Used for Addiction Services

The Arizona attorney general's opinion touched on the 2010 law creating a medical marijuana program.

Pima County Supervisors Again Delay Vote on Federal Grants for Sheriffs

Party line vote continued grant talk until a September 4th meeting.

Federal Law Enforcement Grants Appear on Supervisors' Agenda Again

Operation Stonegarden grant debate began in February and has been put off numerous times.

Rural Southern Arizona Utility Building Solar Farm

Trico Electric Cooperative's Avion solar facility is expected to power up to 3,000 homes.

Universities Get $6M for Investigative Journalism Centers

The graduate-level programs will focus on training hands-on investigative journalists.

Tribe That Owns Grand Canyon Skywalk to Improve Airport

The Hualapai Tribe received five grants for airport fixes at its tourism venture.

Arizona Employment Projected to Grow by 540K Jobs by 2026

Currently at 2.9 million, the number of state jobs is expected to reach 3.4 million in a decade.

Pinal County Road Tax Hike Overturned

Judge orders tax refunded to merchants that collected it.

Poll: McSally Leads Ward, Arpaio in Republican Senate Race

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema holds a slight lead in polling for the general election.

Where in the World is Jeff Flake?

The U.S. Senator's trip to Africa stalls votes on Trump nominations.

Southern Arizona Firefighters on the Fire Lines in California

Carr Fire has claimed at least six lives, including two firefighters.

Records: Stun Gun Used on Suspect in Trooper Killing

Trooper Tyler Edenhofer was killed in a roadside struggle Wednesday that involved six officers and one suspect.

California Students Flocking to Universities in Arizona

Four of the top five schools where California freshmen go out of state are in Arizona, according to the U.S. Department of Education.

Harassment in Arivaca: Issues With Restraining Orders in Rural Areas

Rural residents face more expensive "per mile" fees for delivering court papers.

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