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Ruling finds sweeping right to enforce accountability laws

The state Supreme Court revived a lawsuit challenging a decision by the Cochise County Board of Supervisors to appoint one of its members to fill a judicial vacancy.

Mexico’s president says U.S. must tackle root causes of migration

Mexican leaders have faced sharp criticism after images showed the country’s immigration officials crack down on migrants at its southern border.

Arizona reports 3,470 additional COVID cases, 26 more deaths

The seven-day rolling averages of daily new cases and daily deaths have risen substantially over levels from two weeks earlier.

Tucson Medical Center loses part of its opioid suit

The Arizona Supreme Court rules the hospital cannot sue pharmacies.

Judge strikes down Trump-era water regulation that limited protections

Two local tribes were part of the effort to restore broader definitions of protected waterways in the Clean Water Act.

Event Horizon telescope eyes new targets in deep space

UA-backed team of radio astronomers captured the image of another black hole

Award recognizes Tucson Water's sustainability

Twenty years ago, Tucson was the largest American city entirely reliant on groundwater.

Arizona reports 4,740 new COVID-19 cases, 67 deaths

The number of new cases Wednesday was especially higher due to a data-processing issue the day before.

Federal firefighters see bump in minimum hourly pay

Departments of Agriculture and Interior bumped the minimum wage for federal firefighters from $13 an hour up to $15 an hour.

Former Arizona legislator pleads guilty to false tax returns

Keith Bee was a justice of the peace from 2007 to 2018.

Flood watches blanket Arizona because of tropical moisture

Flood watches issued for all of Arizona effective from late Tuesday morning until late Wednesday evening.

Arizona reports 3,247 new cases of COVID-19

University of Arizona aims to ramp up testing as students return to campus.

State mask bans face federal civil rights inquiries

Arizona has also banned schools from requiring students to wear masks but law is not yet in effect.

Tribe's lawsuit challenges Arizona law on gambling expansion

Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe is asking court to stop sportsbook licenses and sports betting.

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