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State High Court Won't Stop Higher Minimum Wage Jan. 1

Court turns down business organizations' request to freeze it for now; next action, February.

First Day Hikes Celebrates 60th Year in Arizona State Parks

Come Sunday, more than 60 events will be held statewide, 7 in Southern Arizona.

End-of-Year Donations Pour in to Arizona Schools, Nonprofits

Arizona's tax credits mean certain charities and schools see a year-end rush of money.

Flags, Public Records and Marijuana Top List of New Bills

State lawmakers are getting ready for the 2017 legislative session.

In Santa Cruz County, Go Online for Home Checks When Away

The program is meant to increase safety through the visibility of patrol cars.

Arizona Opioid-Related Deaths Rise Less Than US Average

Heroin is most commonly abused illicit substance contributing to death in Pima County.

Golf Drives $4B to Arizona's Economy, UA Study Says

Sport was expendable and took a big hit in recession; now it has bounced back.

More Move to Arizona, Florida Than Other States in 2016

Moving company's trend tracker shows the two states displace Texas.

These Are the Top Baby Names of 2016 in Arizona

Reigning champs are nudged into second place, review of birth certificates shows.

Will State Supreme Court Delay Minimum Wage Increase?

Business organizations want it stopped until full appeal can be heard.

The IRS in Arizona Has Tips For Your End-of-Year Giving

Make sure that a charity is tax-exempt,

2-Year Construction Closure at Ina Road and I-10 Starts February

The project is projected to cost $148 million.

Too Tipsy to Drive? AAA Offers Tucsonans Rides on New Year's

Program takes two passengers and a vehicle up to 10 miles for free.

Here's How to Dispose of Your Christmas Tree in Tucson

The city of Tucson can help you recycle it properly, by turning it into mulch.

Year-End: Trump's 'Build a Wall' Top Border Story in Arizona

Immigrant rights groups mobilize after election; surge of Central Americans.

Suns Mexico Games Light Up Fans, Political Leadership

Arizona Gov. Ducey and Phoenix Mayor Stanton expected to attend the basketball games.

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