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Adelita Grijalva elected as first Latina Chair for Pima County Board of Supervisors

Prior, Grijalva served on the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board for 20 years.

Cochise Supervisors try to change leadership

Family concerns kept the change from going through.

Judge outlines fixes to poor health care in Arizona prisons

Judge Roslyn Silver outlined the changes she plans to impose on the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry to remedy its constitutional violations of prisoners’ rights.

Cochise County art programs get a boost

The Arizona Commission on the Arts awarded grants to a number of local organizations.

Arizona schools plan major budget cuts, if spending limit is not lifted

The state has until March 1, 2023 to override the spending cap.

Pima County cuts new deal with World View

Previous lease with near-space exploration firm was "unconstitutional."

Hobbs focuses on border, schools in 1st speech to lawmakers

Several Republican lawmakers walked out as Hobbs pledged to promote abortion rights, foreshadowing the contentious fights that confront the new governor in her dealings with the Legislature.

Cochise County to hold special election for jail funding

The May election will be proceeded by informational meetings.

Nighttime closure of tunnel near Bisbee

Construction crews are improving the tunnel.

Arizona judge delays trial in fight over education funding

A judge granted a request for a delay by the state’s incoming attorney general.

Biden honors Bowers, others, on second anniversary of Jan. 6 insurrection

Biden called Bowers an “example of what integrity is about.”

Ex-Arizona Supreme Court judge to probe ballot printer issue

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors announced Friday in a joint statement that former Chief Justice Ruth McGregor will oversee the probe.

Empathy and humanity are at the center of Holocaust education in Arizona

Under a bill signed by Gov. Doug Ducey in 2021, schools must teach the events of the Holocaust and other genocides twice from grade 7 to grade 12.

Phoenix led the nation in inflation in 2022, but rise may slow in 2023

In Arizona, the biggest increases came in the price of gas.

Public Housing/Section 8 voucher waitlist lottery opens

The city has received almost 9,000 applications in the first week.

Ski Valley opens for snowboarding and skiing

Almost 250 people attended and worked Ski Valley's opening day.

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