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Broadway Widening Gets Preliminary Approval

Specific design work is next for 6-lane project; City Council asking RTA for more funds.

Navajo Chief Hearing Officer Rules Against Presidential Candidate

Chris Deschene says he will appeal to tribe's Supreme Court; issues emerged over his ability to speak language fluently or not.

Another Navajo Nation Delegate Resigns Over Bribery Charges

Ex-speaker Johnny Naize stepped down last month after also pleading guilty.

Early Voting: Contentious Issue Between Democrats, Republicans

Method is also changing way politicians campaign; thousands of ballots mailed to Pima County residents today.

Groups Say EPA Emissions Cuts to Navajo Station Not Enough

Environmentalists ask US Court of Appeals to review July decision asking plant to reduce power generation by one-third, other requirements.

TMC Prepares Locals for Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment

Anyone without insurance, looking to change plans will have chance to learn about options at information sessions kickstarting tomorrow.

Recent Federal Decisions on Gay Marriage Could Affect AZ's Ban

US Supreme Court, Appeals Court rulings favoring unconstitutionality may foreshadow future of same-sex marriage in Arizona.

Barber, McSally Point Fingers at Partisanship in Forum

Sparks fly as Dem incumbent, GOP challenger face off for first time in campaign for 2nd Congressional District.

Food Prices in AZ Steady for Past Year

Arizona Farm Bureau has gathered costs of 16 basic grocery items for quarterly survey.

Corporation Commission Race Centers on Role of State's Largest Utility

Democratic candidates say APS has poured $2M in support of Republican duo; GOP candidates deny involvement.

Teacher Sexually Assaulted in Prison Classroom Sues State

Says Arizona should be blamed for not providing proper security for staff, mental screening of inmates.

AHCCCS Limiting Distribution of Hepatitis C Medication

State Medicaid program says new drug costs taxpayers between $80-$150K; restricting what patients can get it.

Pima County Attorney Launches Wrongful Convictions Unit

Regretful that innocent men, women are stripped of freedom for crimes they didn't commit, program head says.

Healthcare Reform Remains a Top Issue in CD1

Democratic incumbent Kirkpatrick says Obamacare has benefited rural areas; Republican Tobin says it's bankrupting state.

Tucson Considers Bike Sharing Program

Would allow people to temporarily borrow publicly owned bicycles; cities seeks public comment today.

No Decision on Whether Navajo Presidential Candidate OK to Run

A tribe hearing officer says process will continue Monday; Deschene testifying on his ability to speak language.

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