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Mourners Gather for Arizona Church Service for McCain

It's the second day of memorial services for Sen. John McCain, maverick politician and former POW.

U.S. and Mexico May Sign Trade Deal Without Canada

Officials were hopeful for a trilateral agreement, but gave Canada until Friday to decide whether it would sign on to a new deal.

Hackers? No, Human Error Plagues Arizona Primary Voting

Dozens of polling places in Maricopa County opened late for Tuesday's primary, as equipment had not been set up in time.

Thousands of Mail-In, Provisional Ballots Remain Uncounted in Pima County

Ballot counting will resume Thursday. State law requires counting to be done by next Wednesday.

Arizona Democrats Look for Unity Following Primary

Party officials highlight that mutual support is critical in the upcoming general election.

Ducey, Garcia Win Gubernatorial Primaries

And updated results for secretary of state, schools superintendent, corporation commission.

Local Town Council Results

The nonpartisan races in Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita will be decided Tuesday unless they end in a tie.

Spokesman on Who McCain Would Have Wanted to Replace Him

The appointment is up to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, who has not made any indications as to his choice.

Tucson Court Aiming to Keep Vets Out of Jail Receives $400,000 Grant

Program diverts veterans with misdemeanors and connects them with services.

Reaction to Sen. McCain's Death Comes From Around the Globe

From Tucson, to offices of high power, people McCain interacted with share their memories and respect.

John McCain, Influential Senator and Former Navy Pilot, Dies at 81

The senior senator from Arizona died a year after a brain cancer diagnosis. He lived a life filled with family and decades of service, from the Navy to a career in politics.

McCain Discontinues Cancer Treatment

The Arizona senator has battled the disease for more than a year.

Incoming Government Reconsidering Completion of Mexico City Airport

Potential cancellation of the project has worried business groups and civil organizations.

Secretary of State Faces Lawsuit Over Voter Address Updates

Suit claims tardy driver's license updates could leave some Arizonans locked out of elections.

Former Arizona State Treasurer Carol Springer Dead at 81

Springer was one of 5 women who won the highest state offices in 1998.

Marana Developing Plan to Treat Two Contaminated Wells

Wells have tested positive for compounds not regulated by federal laws.

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