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Decision Day: General Election Polls Open at 6 a.m. Tuesday

Races for governor, attorney general, 9 Arizona seats in Congress, Legislature; most voters have already cast ballots.

A-10 Causes Military Delays

A top general says aircraft is holding up rollout of the F-35.

Wandering Gray Wolf Arrives at Grand Canyon

Scientists say this is a historic moment in Northern Arizona; species faces uncertain futures.

Arizona Teens Have Stopped Using Most Kinds of Drugs

But nearly one-third reported using marijuana.

Campaign Aims to Get Every Arizona Student to Apply for College

State-wide effort starts today, runs all month; 50 high schools will get visits.

AZ WEEK: Election Day Tuesday; A Look at Final Campaigning

From money that poured in to a possible political transformation of Arizona.

METRO WEEK: Negative Campaigning 'Worst Ever' This Year

Institute for Civil Discourse analyzes spending and tone; finds increased voter frustration.

Navajo Nation Cancels Presidential Election

Announcement made after officials held in contempt of court for not removing disqualified candidate Deschene from ballot.

Political Potpourri: Final Campaign Flurry; Election Day Looms

Gubernatorial candidates Ducey, DuVal barnstorming state for last appeals to voters; CD2 candidates rallying.

Shawnee Riplog-Peterson, curator of mammology and ornithology at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discusses the multi-state, binational breeding program involving bighorn sheep.

More Bighorn Sheep Coming to Catalina Mountains

Second stage of controversial program to reintroduce animal to Tucson area.

Homelessness Down in Arizona

Tucson's focus to get veterans off the streets contributes to decline in numbers.

US Senator John McCain

McCain Urges Obama Not to Use Executive Action on Immigration Reform

Two other Republican colleagues also ask president not to shield millions of undocumented people from deportation.

Recreational Marijuana Legalization Efforts Make a Comeback in Arizona

Same group that pushed issue in Colorado now has its eyes here; local drug use prevention groups worried.

Bureau of Reclamation Looking to Sell Stockpile of Water Credits

As much as 20 billion gallons of recharged groundwater in Tucson up for sale.

Arizona Inmates Help with Fire Response

Crews made up of state prisoners were dispatched to more than 160 incidents, including wildfires.

Investigation into Two-Hour-Long Execution Nearly Completed

It took Joseph Wood nearly 15 doses of lethal injection drugs to die, prompting Gov. Brewer to order a review of process, drugs used.

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