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AZ Week: Immigration Reformers Hopeful of House Action
Senate-style compromise is key, say Arizona's border congressmen, Democrats Grijalva and Barber.
Monsoon Causes Flooding in Flagstaff
Nearly 1 inch of rain falls in 15 minutes; more over 3-hour span, plus big hailstones.
Nearly 130 Homes, Structures Destroyed in Yarnell Fire
Earlier estimates ranged from 50 to 250, officials obtained better number after getting a closer look at the scene.
Deadly Wildfire Continues Out of Control
Blaze that killed 19 firefighters has 'high' potential for growing beyond its 8,400 acres, officials say.
Demographics Changing for Migrant Deaths in the Desert
Report shows more people from Central America crossing into the U.S.
Wildfire on Mount Lemmon Burns 200 Acres
Blaze possibly caused by lightning Sunday evening continues to grow on site of Aspen Fire of decade ago.
Prescott in Mourning: 19 Firefighters Killed
1,000 jam auditorium for memorial; tears, eulogies, prayers, moment of silence mark Sunday's tragedy.
19 Firefighters Killed in Wind-Swept Blaze Near Prescott
'Hotshot' crew members caught as they were forced to deploy fire shelters, state forestry spokesman reports.
'Excessive Heat' Warning Remains in Effect in AZ
Temperatures to 116 Sunday, with limited outdoor activity advised; monsoon coming, but not soon enough.
AZ Week: Vote Law Ruling - Boon or Barrier?
Supreme Court case brings cheer to some, fear to others about electorate discrimination or lack thereof.
UPDATE: Senate Passes Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Bill received a 68-32 vote, moves forward to the House.
Brewer: 'I Demand a Secure Border'
Governor says she is encouraged by Senate immigration reform but wants security 'as strong as possible.'
Key Part of Voting Rights Act Ruled Unconstitutional
Supreme Court decision, 5-4, frees Arizona, 8 other states from federal preclearance of electoral changes.
Study: AZ Lags National Gains for Charter Schools
Despite having BASIS nationally ranked, state records low scores in reading, math for nontraditional classrooms.
Supreme Court Wants Limited Affirmative Action
Justices do not overturn law, but order lower court to apply narrower definition in college admissions case.
TUSD Hires New Superintendent
Board votes 4 to 1 in favor of H.T. Sanchez, the district’s sole finalist
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