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Tucson, Phoenix Reach Water Sharing Agreement

PHX will send CO River resource it doesn't use to be saved in Old Pueblo aquifers.

Starting a Business in Tucson's Neighbor Towns

Second part in a two-part series: What steps to take when in Marana, Sahuarita?

Town Hall Aims to Get More Women to Vote

Friday event part of nationwide tour hosted by Main Street Advocacy.

Social Service Advocates Hope Next Governor Won't Cut Funding Deeper

With possible $800M deficit in next 2 years, concerns that low-income residents could face hardships if government assistance continues to disappear.

New State Training, Website Aims to Combat Human Trafficking

Brewer says tools hope to encourage residents be voice against crime; starting next Jan., cops, others are required to study up on issue.

Phoenix Gets $3M in Federal Grants to Make Homes Safer

Officials will use money to address hazards in 190 housing units for low-income families.

US Supreme Court Takes AZ Congressional Districting

GOP lawmakers say Independent Redistricting Commission usurps legislative authority by handling remapping.

Lead Poisoning Among Condors Down This Year

13 of endangered birds along Arizona-Utah border treated in past year after ingesting it, about half average for last five years.

4/10/12

DPS Releases Statistics of Distractions While Driving

Agency takes first look into issue which causes more than 10% of car accidents.

Obama Administration Spending $4M on Attorneys for Migrant Kids

Health, Human Services says it is first time office provides money for direct legal representation for immigrants.

Feds: AZ Can't Deny Driver's Licenses to Dreamers

US Dept. of Justice urges court to reject Brewer's appeal of ruling that blocks policy.

Ex-Navajo Council Speaker Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Bribe

Johnny Naize was facing 11 counts, reaches agreement with prosecutors; he resigned position Monday.

Navajo Ballots Printing; One Presidential Candidate Could Be Out

A lower court will decide Friday whether Chris Deschene should be allowed to run after lying about being fluent in tribal language.

Raytheon Receives $149M Contract From Israeli Defense Co.

Tucson's largest private employer will provide Rafael Advanced Systems with pieces for main missile used in Iron Dome.

Video May Show Border Patrol Agent Punching Migrant Teen in Stomach

Aldo Arteaga has made his first appearance in court, is charged with aggravated assault.

Oak Creek Canyon Reopens to Public Wednesday

Was shut down for months after Slide Fire aftermath left a risky flood zone in area.

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