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AHCCCS Work-Rule, Time-Limit Proposal Heading to Brewer

Arizona House gives final approval to bill that would force able-bodied Medicaid recipients to get a job, limit some to a max of five years of insurance.

The border of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico is separated by a large brown metal fence.

Murders in Mexico Appear to Drop By 15% Last Year, Analysis Says

Authorities would like to take credit but report's author says that is 'debatable;' certain cartels have established monopolies so no need to fight anyone, he argues.

Initial OK for Easier Prosecution in Cases of Assisted Suicide

Arizona Senate gives initial approval of legislation that would facilitate attorneys to prosecute people for manslaughter for assisting in suicide.

ADOT in Tucson Seeking Passenger Rail Public Input

Proposed train would go from Tucson to Phoenix; agency setting up series of booths around town to hear from people.

New Bill Brings Changes to Rio Nuevo Board

Arizona House approves legislation that would require four board members to live within Tucson city limits, others in Pima County area.

A new emergency communication network in Pima County is intended to help connect emergency responders who work in disparate public safety agencies.

New Radio System Connects First Responders in Large Emergency

Public safety radio system allows police, medical and fire departments to talk to each other; solves past communication issue.

Maria Parham interviews University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart.

UA President Says Tuition Stabilization Helps Students Plan

Tuition is part of budget picture, but state funding for UA still lags, Hart says; tuition will freeze for 4 years for incoming freshmen.

Extra Licensing for Health Care Navigators Passes Senate

Arizona Senate OKs with 19-10 vote; proponents say the requirements protect consumers who share private from identity theft.

This weekend, the gates at Davis-Monthan Air Force base were opened to the public.q

Davis-Monthan Opens Gates for Special Air Show

Make-a Wish Arizona families, wounded warriors and World War II veterans were given a sneak peak of the show, presented by the Air Force's Thunderbirds.

Four Major Pro-Gun Bills Get AZ Senate OK

Including being allowed to have weapons in government buildings that don't have strict security measures.

UPDATED: House OKs Ranchers Killing Wolves in Self-Defense

SB 1211 would allow livestock owners to kill Mexican gray wolves if attacking livestock or people; opponents say it violates Endangered Species Act.

Brewer Signs Surprise Inspections of Abortion Clinics Bill

Governor has consistently supported anti-abortion legislation; opponents say law is unnecessary.

Top Combat General At Davis-Monthan

Local elected officials make their case for the A-10; ask for expansion of the base's roll in the future such as housing F-16s.

Crew Moves In to Mitigate Huachuca Mountains Fire

A Type One incident management team will now be coordinating firefighting efforts on the blaze, which has consumed over 350 acres since it sparked on Sunday.

Arizona Capitol Buildling

Senate Unanimously Passes Bill Toughening Trafficking Penalties

HB 2454 targets pimps who traffic minors, businesses such as massage parlors, escort services advertising online.

Residents Near Huachuca Mountains May Have to Evacuate

Authorities in southeastern Arizona are putting locals on notice that they night have to leave because of a 365-acre wildfire burning in the area.

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