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AZ Ex-Congressman Guilty on 17 Counts in Land Swap Scheme

Republican Rick Renzi convicted in federal court; acquittal on 15 counts; his lawyer promises appeal.

Survey: Students Value Diversity on College Campuses

'It reflects what this generation of students has on their minds,' says analysts of high schoolers' opinions.

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Another Big Drop in AZ Foreclosure Filings

Down 59.3% statewide from year ago; Phoenix, once nation's worst, saw 64% decline and higher prices.

House, Senate in Session on Medicaid, State Budget

Glut of amendment paperwork bogs down legislative process; all-nighter expected, with proponents optimistic.

AZ Abortion Clinic Funding Ban in Court

Appellate panel will hear state's case in overturned law that targeted funding for Planned Parenthood.

Arizona's Dams Get 'Satisfactory' Grade

Report looks at conditions, hazard potential for hundreds of structures, public and private.

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Image of landscape, featuring cloud cover, after monsoon.

Signs Point To Early Monsoon Rains

Forecaster predicts moisture will come not long after season's official start Saturday, similar to 2012.

Brewer Calls Special Session on Budget, Medicaid

Move shows frutration with lack of legislative progress; House, Senate leaders call it 'impetuous.'

AZ House Delays Debate on Abortion Funding

Lack of votes for passage, speaker says after bill, expected to be debated Tuesday, did not come up.

Charles Razon, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Arizona of medicine and college of agriculture of life sciences, speaks about the benefits horticulture can have for mental illnesses.

AZ Illustrated Science: Mental, Physical Health Connections

Keep mind healthy, it helps body and vice versa, UA scientists are discovering.

The Arizona House of Representatives, in a 2013 floor session.

Medicaid Battle on House Floor, But No Action

Speaker adjourns afternoon session without issue coming up, saying 'be prepared to do lot of work' Thursday.

A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle on the American side of the border fence in Nogales, Ariz.

US Senate Advances Immigration Reform Legislation

82-15 vote sets measure for floor debate; border security remains GOP's significant sticking point.

Jury Deliberates Ex-Congressman's Case

Rick Renzi accused of land swap, money laundering schemes in 32-counts felony case.

The TUSD governing board discusses implementing a new culturally relevant curriculum after a federal ruling forced the district to be in compliance with the federal desegregation order.

Texas Educator Named TUSD Superintendent Finalist

Governing Board votes 3-2 to select H.T. Sanchez with final vote pending; will appear at public forum Wednesday.

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