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Mosquitoes May Stay Until November

Pima County health officials receiving up to 10 complaints a day; warm weather, rain create prime spots for bugs to breed.

New Technology Could Extend Life of Arizona Highways

Department of Transportation will test out equipment that measures pavement density while building roads.

Gay Marriage in Arizona Legal; Tucson, Phoenix Couples Wed

Attorney General Horne says state will not appeal federal judge's decision saying same-sex unions ban in state is unconstitutional.

Tucson's Unintentional Housing Impact Fees

Inside Tucson Business Editor Thelma Grimes, AZPM's Zac Ziegler discuss.

State Attorneys in Gay Marriage Challenge Agree Ban Unconstitutional

Lawyers representing Arizona cited last week's appeals court ruling striking down prohibitions in Idaho, Nevada.

Arizona's Only Governor of Mexican Descent Gets Tucson Recognition

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will honor Raul H. Castro with its Legacy Award; Castro was in office from 1975-77.

Orange Sludge Spill from Abandoned Mines Threatening Patagonia Lake

Local environmental officials say Asarco's cleanup efforts not good enough, cite company.

Renovated Mariposa Port of Entry Reopens in Nogales

City's Mayor Garino, Rep. Grijalva, Sen. Flake among those who attended ribbon cutting ceremony this morning.

Appeals Court Strikes Down Law Denying Bail to Some Illegal Immigrants

9th Circuit says legislation violates due-process rights; targeted undocumented people charged with felonies.

Final Gubernatorial Debate: Differing on How to Grow Arizona Economy

Ducey backs off income tax elimination pledge; DuVal decries looming state budget deficit but offers no solutions.

Possibility of Arizona Governorship Shapes Secretary of State's Race

Federal appointments, impeachment, criminal convictions have led to gubernatorial vacancies; Goddard, Reagan say they'd be ready to move up if needed.

Parties File Settlement Agreement in Arizona Prisons Health Care Suit

ACLU officials say federal court case will lead to improved health care, mental health treatment for inmates in solitary.

Miles-Long Cell Phone Dead Zone in Oak Creek Canyon Worries Locals

Limited access hampered early efforts for emergency responders to fight Slide Fire; residents, visitors have been complaining for years.

Schools Superintendent Race Focuses on Common Core

Candidates are opposites on implementation of rigorous teaching standards in Arizona.

Secretary of State Bennett Says Goddard Ad Makes False Claims

Accuses Democrat of exaggerating amount of money local governments spent to implement dual-track voting system.

Bickering, Bitterness Mark Attorney General's Race

Democrat Rotellini, Republican Brnovich working to define themselves for votes.

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