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AZ Company Building Largest Solar Plant in Latin America

U.S., Chile governments collaborating in project; loan has been approved, Arizona's First Solar will construct it.

Demonstration video of OSIRIS-REx.

Ukraine Crisis, Other Global Politics Imperil OSIRIS-REx Mission

Team plans to use rocket which runs on a Russian-made engine; Canadian government funding couldn't be secured.

Obama Nominates Former Corp Exec for VA Secretary

Administration official says president will announce Robert McDonald's appointment today.

Ex-Lawmaker, Ex-Judge Investigating Atty Gen Horne

Both ordered to act as independent outside counsel, look into attorney general's alleged new campaign violations.

UPDATE: White Mountains Fire Grows Due to Burnout Operations

San Juan wildfire flames are not spreading, it is 5 percent contained, according to officials.

Barry Goldwater Statue May Move to US Capitol

Historical commission raising money to install bronze sculpture of former AZ sen. in Natl. Statuary Hall.

Man Charged in BP Agent Brian Terry Murder Jailed Until Trial

Lionel Portillo-Meza was ordered detained after ruling saying he was at serious risk of fleeing from US authorities.

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

UPDATE: Mexican Law Enforcement Fires at BP Agents

Border Patrol officials say a helicopter flew over Tohono O'Odham Nation; no injuries, damages, investigation is ongoing.

Families of 12 Hotshots Accuse Public Agencies of Negligence

A wrongful death suit was filed this week alleging state mishandled Yarnell Hill Fire.

GOP Gov Candidate Thomas Gets Clean Election's Funding

After submitting additional $5 contributions from public, Andrew Thomas meets commission's requirements.

High School Dropouts Costing State About $7B, Report Says

State mayors release figures; focus on Phoenix, 6 nearby suburbs, 3 rural areas.

SB 1070 protest.

SB1070 Challengers Seek Docs Backing 'Discriminatory Intent'

Groups want access to letters, memos between legislation supporters, learn why they felt it needed to pass.

AZ Legislature dome

State Legislators Pay Raise Going on Nov. Ballot

Arizona lawmakers could get a higher salary for first time since 1998 if voters OK.

Federal agents address Central American children at a Nogales shelter in summer 2014.

Brewer Gives Feds Tongue Lashing after Nogales Shelter Tour

'Dang it the federal government has a job to do,' she says, after visiting facility housing hundreds of Central American children.

2 Top VA Officials Stepping Down

Dept. says moves being made to help improve patients' access to health care, restore trust in agency.

crowded traffic on highway

New Safety Measures to Prevent Wrong-Way Accidents Underway

ADOT has been studying ways to keep more crashes from happening; 5 fatal ones in last 2 months.

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