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AZ Prison Health Care Lawsuit OK'd to Continue in U.S. Court

Oct. 20 trial set on behalf of 33,000 inmates from 10 prisons; corrections officials deny allegations.

4/10/12

Drivers, Mechanics OK Tucson Municipal Bus Contract

1-year pact came after union, management were within hours of triggering strike; most employees to get raises.

Secretary of State Race: Who Can Best Assume Governorship?

Issue relevant because 4 of last 9 governors moved up under constitutionally mandated line of succession.

Rosa Robles Loreto with her husband Gerardo, and their sons Gerardo Jr. and Jose Emiliano.

Second Sanctuary Case at Tucson’s Church, Woman Moves in Today

A Mexican immigrant living in the U.S. illegally hopes for deportation relief.

Seventh Suspect Charged in Brian Terry Slaying

Burboa Alvarez indicted on first-degree murder, other crimes; will appear in fed court in Tucson today.

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

Apprehension of Lone Minors Down 4% in Tucson, Up in Texas

More than 57,000 in all along border; data show increase in 'family units' caught crossing illegally in Southern Arizona.

Consumer Spending in AZ One of Weakest, Report Says

Figures drawn since recession ended in 2009 through 2012 say growth was 6.2%; Nevada lowest with 3.5%

Brewer Endorses Smith for Governor

Governor says former Mesa mayor shares her values on Medicaid expansion, economy, border.

A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

GOP LD 11 House Race Focuses on Taxes, Land Use, Education

Two political newcomers, one former state Legislature administrative staff member.

Brewer to Announce Endorsement of Smith for Governor

Source close to former Mesa mayor confirms plans scheduled for Thursday event.

AZ Has Most Applicants for Deferred Action Program

Report shows more than half of undocumented youth eligible for deportation relief, work permits have signed up.

AZ Top in Nation for Solar Energy Per Capita

Study notes state policies such as Renewable Energy Standard have attracted more people to get clean energy; also pointed some setbacks in past year.

No Licenses for Young Immigrants Won't Be Blocked During Appeal

Policy in place while governor challenges earlier decision saying she can't deny these driving privileges.

State Sen. Crandell Dies; Flags at Half-Staff in AZ Capitol

State senator found dead in ranch from an apparent horseback riding accident; 'I am deeply saddened,' governor says.

Controversy Dominates Race for AZ Attorney General

Accusations against incumbent Tom Horne figure strongly in Republican Party challenger's campaign tactics.

15 Doses of Lethal Drugs Used in Convicted Murderer's Execution

Joseph Wood's attorneys say the state Dept. of Corrections violated execution protocol by doing so.

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