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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.

Supreme Court wrestles over state challenges to federal immigration policy

The Supreme Court on Tuesday grappled with how strictly the federal government must enforce immigration policy.

Arizona settles with Google, iHeartMedia over misleading ads

The Federal Trade Commission and a handful of states announced settlements.

Tribe continues fight against proposed Arizona copper mine

The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that the state Department of Environmental Quality illegally issued a Clean Water Act permit for the proposed Resolution Copper Mine.

Cochise County leaders end hand-count lawsuit, cite recount

The court filing and one of the GOP supervisors in Cochise County said they did not want to interfere with the likely recount in the race for Arizona attorney general

Arizona executes man for 1980 killings of 2 people

Murray Hooper, 76, died by lethal injection at the state prison in Florence.

Man convicted of killing Tucson teenager gets life in prison

Christopher Clements was convicted Sept. 30 in the death of 13-year-old Maribel Gonzalez.

High court to hear water dispute between Navajo, government

The high court said Friday it would review a lower court ruling in favor of the Navajo Nation, which spans parts of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.

Group can monitor Arizona ballot drop boxes, US judge rules

The judge concluded that “while this case certainly presents serious questions, the Court cannot craft an injunction without violating the First Amendment.”

Arizona GOP leader wins temporary halt to record turnover

Ward has said her First Amendment rights would be chilled if investigators were able to learn whom she spoke with while trying to challenge former President Donald Trump’s 2020 election defeat.

Arizona prisoner to die by lethal injection, not gas chamber

Arizona, California, Missouri, and Wyoming are the only states with old gas execution laws still on the books.

Grand jury indicts suspect in UA shooting with seven felony charges

Charges range from one count of first degree murder to three counts of endangerment.

University of Arizona president emails timeline of steps prior to shooting

President Robert Robbins details steps the university and UAPD took throughout the nine months before the shooting.

Arizona woman gets 30 days in jail for collecting 4 ballots

The judge said he did not think she had accepted responsibility for her crime.

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