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UA Coach Miller Denies Allegations, Says He Looks Forward to Coaching

Defends integrity of program, player DeAndre Ayton.

TEP Seeking Answers to Outages Caused by Tampering

The utility is working with TPD and the FBI to learn the cause of outages affecting thousands of customers.

Flake-Sponsored Bill Would Raise Assault-Rifle Purchase Age

A bipartisan bill would change who can purchase assault weapons

Audit: ICE Improperly Changed Eloy Deal to Get Detention Facility In Texas

ICE responded to the Inspector General audit by saying it has the unique authority to change agreements.

Call From TEP Threatening to Shut Off Your Power? Might Be a Scam

TEP says customer reports of calls threatening to shut off service without immediate payment doubled in February.

Bisbee Conducting City Business in Temporary Cochise County Digs

City leaders still looking for permanent site after October 2017 fire.

SCOTUS Reverses Appeals Court Decision on Immigrant Bond Hearings

The decision deals with the right to bond hearings for immigrants undergoing prolonged detainment.

Truck Causes Propane Leak in Cochise County, Prompting Evacuations

Hundreds of people were evacuated for multiple hours from the commercial and industrial district.

Groups Work to Reduce Blowing Dust Risk on I-10

Officials from government agencies gathered to share research and update others on projects aimed at minimizing problem.

CBP Agents at a 'Breaking Point,' Union Official Says

A critical workforce shortage means agents are working longer hours with little relief in sight.

Report: Teacher Shortage Calls for Better Data from Arizona

National Council on Teacher Quality says Arizona and other states should focus on teacher supply-and-demand data.

County Inviting Residents to Settle Pending Legal Issues

Nontraditional warrant resolution session being held on Saturday.

Phoenix DACA Recipient Sees SCOTUS Decision As Partial Victory

The court's decision is a relief to many DACA recipients, though they remain in limbo.

Spring Break in Rocky Point? The Road There Should be Safer

A safety corridor and other initiatives are part of a collaboration between Arizona and Sonora.

Arizona Transportation Department to Double Safety Classes for Mexican Truckers

The classes, held by ADOT in Mexico, have proven to save time and money at the border.

Navajos Settle Voting Rights Lawsuit

Settlement requires accessible polling places and language assistance.

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