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Homelessness Down in Arizona

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

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.

More Registered Voters in Arizona, Except in Maricopa County

Biggest area records 1.9% decline from 'inactive' voters, driving state number down slightly; Pima County up 2.2%.

What Role Do Voter Polls Play in Election Campaigns?

Surveys could give insight of where races are headed, inform candidates of important issues to community.

Group: Border Patrol Violated Human Rights of Immigrants in Detention

New report says Central American women, children in Tucson were kept in unsanitary conditions.

Nearly Half of Early Ballots Requested in Pima County Mailed Back

More than 309K voters in region asked for one this election.

2014 Election Campaigns: 'Worst Ever' in Terms of Negative Ads

Although most would say they dislike them, there are plenty on TV screens; are they effective in voters' choices?

Navajo Language Fluency Still a Requirement for Tribal Candidates

President Ben Shelly vetoes legislation that may have allowed Chris Deschene back in presidential race.

Experts: Fewer Trees May Result in Healthier Forests

Scientists say this could increase water supplies for people, help environment in Northern Arizona.

Election Day One Week Away; Strategists Weigh In

Loads of money pouring into campaigns, possible political transformation of Arizona can make this a historic election, both argue.

News Organizations Sue Arizona Over Secrecy of Death Penalty Drugs

Arizona Daily Star, Arizona Republic among those in lawsuit against state Department of Corrections, Attorney General Horne.

Expect Mail Delays After Closure of Tucson Postal Service Processing Center

Agency failed to conduct required impact studies on how service would be affected by closing Cherrybell facility, others around country.

Native American Vote Key in Arizona's Largest Congressional District

CD 1 covers nearly two-thirds of state including 12 tribal nations.

Grant Will Help Expand Tucson Rehab Program for At-Risk Veterans

Treatment Court helps vets who commit certain drug, alcohol-related offenses stay out of jail.

AZ WEEK: 'Discrimination, Prejudice Pushed Me to Succeed'

Arizona's first governor of Mexican descent Raul H. Castro shares his story during a recent visit to Tucson.

Former GOP Presidential Candidate in Tucson for Election Support

Mitt Romney joined Arizona congressional Republican nominees Martha McSally, Andy Tobin at a fundraising event.

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