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U.S. House Democratic Primary - Congressional District 1

Democratic candidates for Arizona's U.S. House CD1 seat take the stage to discuss the issues facing our state.

The Buzz: Arizona's Economy and Water

We speak with economic experts about Arizona's economy, with attention paid to how water plays a role.

Judge dismisses Native American challenge to $10B SunZia energy transmission project in Arizona

Judge Jennifer Zipps said in her ruling issued Thursday that the plaintiffs were years too late in bringing their challenge.

UA expecting less cash on hand next fiscal year

In a report to an ABOR committee UA officials gave the latest numbers.

Trump returns to campaign trail with Phoenix rally

It was his first event post-conviction.

BLM restricts target shooting at Sonoran Desert National Monument to protect natural and cultural resources

New regulations limit dispersed recreational shooting to 5,295 acres, safeguarding plant species, archaeology sites and historic trails.

Arizona appeals court throws out child support case where dad was served on Instagram

A lawyer for the father said the Arizona Court of Appeals made the right decision because he was denied fundamental due process in a case he didn’t even know of.

Updating an endangered species count in the Sky Islands

The pace of local extinctions is on the rise in the sky islands of the Sonoran Desert.

U.S. Supreme Court sides with Native American tribes in health care funding dispute with government

Facilities are often inadequate and understaffed, the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Arizona said in court documents.

UA wheelchair racers to compete in 1st NCAA Track and Field Championships for all athletes

Audiences will see all athletes on the same track, just in different competition blocks.

Costco hot dogs have cost $1.50 since the 1980s. Here's why prices aren't changing

Costco's new leadership says the $1.50 price tag on its beloved hot dog combo is "safe." Experts explain how the retailer has defied inflation — and why it's willing to eat the cost.

Community activists protest Tucson budget over housing and homelessness

Meanwhile, members of the Tucson Crime Free Coalition said that the Tucson Police require additional funding to address homelessness and maintain public safety.

Phoenix using ice immersion to treat heatstroke victims as Southwest bakes in triple digits

The medical technique, known as cold-water immersion, is familiar to marathon runners and military service members and has also recently been adopted by Phoenix hospitals as a go-to protocol.

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