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AZ Abortion Regulations Blockage Remain in Place

9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel decided Tuesday to keep injunctions against new rules while lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood is pending.

AZ, KS Back to Appeals Court for Proof of Citizenship Requirements

10th U.S. Circuit Court will hear arguments by both states in a lawsuit attempting to force feds help enforce the rule for new voters.

EPA: AZ Has to Cut Power Plants Emission by Half

Proposed Clean Power Plan revealed today proposes to cut carbon emissions from country's power plants by one-third; widespread opposition from coal industry.

Oracle State Park Hopes for Dark Skies Recognition

Would be first Arizona park to be named dark sky park; climate conditions, proximity to Catalinas help minimal light pollution to area.

CD7 Candidate Wins Appeal Over Settlement of 2009 Lawsuit

Mary Rose Wilcox had been awarded $975K for a failed criminal case against her in late 2009; investigation was launched by Arpaio, former Maricopa atty. Andrew Thomas.

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne.

UPDATE: Horne Calls Ex-Staffer 'Fabricator'

Atty. Gen. responds to new campaign accusations; former employee quit earlier this year after going public with alleged violations.

Tucson City Manager Miranda Says He Accomplished His Goals

Richard Miranda retires after 39 years with the city, 3 years as manager, 10 as police chief.

SB 1070 protest.

Feds May Drop Challenge to Portion of SB 1070

Obama administration has signaled willingness to drop legal fight against Arizona immigration law, a section critics consider racial profiling.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, May 30, 2014

Interview with Arizona attorney general hopeful Mark Brnovich; a look into election 2014's races including crowded gubernatorial showdown.

AZ Week: Foster Parents, Child Advocates Demand Better System

Brewer signs 2 overhaul bills establishing department to replace CPS; years of crisis mode operation drove issue.

Shinseki Reveals VA Pre-Audit Results, Then Resigns

Audit shows schedulers were pressured to use bad practices to make waiting times for medical appointments seem more favorable; reported 40 vets in PHX died due to delays.

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

Spike in Unaccompanied Minors Apprehended at Border

Most Central American youth appearing in Texas trying to cross into US illegally; Arizona feels effects as border region resources drained.

Tax preparation help

Free Income Tax Program Saves Arizonans Millions

Around $21.7 million in savings thanks to the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona volunteers.

Tucson Receives EPA Redevelopment Grant

Brownfields Program gives city $400K to inspection possibly contaminated sites in downtown; South Side also getting money.

Gov. Jan Brewer signs Thursday two child welfare agency overhaul bills.

UPDATE: Brewer Signs Child Welfare Overhaul Bills

Legislature finalized approval earlier today; legislation creates Dept. of Child Safety, gives it about $827M in funding.

7 Republicans, 1 Democrat File for Gubernatorial Primary

2 minor party candidates seek governor's post; filings for 6 other state offices, Congress, Legislature.

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