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Arizona Illegal Immigration law sparks protests

Shift on Marriage Energizes Immigration Activists

AZ Hispanic voters seek lessons from gay marriage struggle

Tombstone Stagecoach

Judge Denies Tombstone Water Access in Lawsuit

City fails to show why it can't get federal permits

Gov. Brewer Signs School Choice Bill

More students can get private education with public funds

Nogales women

Political Engagement, Voter Turnout Low in Nogales

Officials want Latino support, unsure how to combat apathy

UPDATED: 4 AZ Wildfires Surpass 22,000 Acres

More than 1,200 firefighters on the lines; state restrictions in effect

Arizona DREAM Act Coalition President Dulce Matuz, at lectern, and Team Awesome founding member Viri Hernandez, 21, in cap and gown.

Activists Who Can't Vote Influence Those Who Can

'Team Awesome' helping to increase Latino turnout in AZ elections

AZ Legislature dome

AZ Legislature's Website Hacked

Nearly 300 documents downloaded in first-ever security breach

AZ Execution Delayed for 6 Weeks

Supreme Court reschedules it for June 27 to allow clemency hearing

Meteorite Hunters Contribute to Future UA-NASA Asteroid Study

Donated fragments will help scientists develop technology for study in next decade

A discussion with Gov. Jan Brewer (R) on her recent State of the State address and an analysis of her legislation.

Brewer Completes Action on 2012 Legislation

363 new bills signed into law, 26 vetoed; personnel reform, tax breaks top items

Bryan Howard, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood in Arizona talks about some programs offered by the agency as well as timely topics affecting the group.

'War Against Women' Continues, Advocate Says

Planned Parenthood CEO addresses new state law cutting off funding

Wildfire Near Payson Burns 4,600 Acres

Second blaze covers 1,300 acres in Prescott forest

Grand Canyon

State Challenges to Fed Authority Vetoed

Brewer says no to land takeover, banning law-enforcement cooperation

The Pima County Elections Center is located near the airport.

Bill Changing Elections Timing Becomes Law

Brewer signs legislation requiring cities, towns to hold elections when state does

Tucson City Hall

State Budget Lets Up On City, County

Huckelberry, Miranda say previous years' toll not getting worse

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Past Lobbying Becomes Issue In AZ Senate Race

Opponents question mining special interests of GOP candidate Flake

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