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Ducey Wins 6-way GOP Gubernatorial Race

15-point margin over Smith; state treasurer will face Democrat DuVal in November general election.

Polls Close, Counting Begins in Primary for Governor, Other Offices

6 Republicans seek state's top office; faceoffs for attorney general, secretary of state, education superintendent, state Legislature, Congress.

Huppenthal Loses Chance for Re-Election as Schools Chief

Arizona superintendent of public instruction argues opposition of Common Core Standards reason for loss.

US Consul in Nogales, Sonora Begins Three-Year Tenure

Security, cultural exchange among priorities along border.

AZ Week: Film Explores Whether Real 'El Chapo' Captured

Recent poll in Mexico shows country nearly split on believing drug lord was apprehended in February.

Migrant Deaths in AZ Desert Down 44%

Border Patrol officials say most deaths were during summer months.

Medical Marijuana Advocates Appeal State Rules on PTSD Patients

When DHS added disorder to MMJ Act it came with prohibitions including enforcing proof patient is undergoing conventional therapy.

Judge: State Must Immediately Pay Public Schools Nearly $317M

Hearing in October to also decide whether to reimburse back payments not provided in 2009 budget.

AZ School Superintendent Asks Feds to Fund Immigrant Children

A week before primary election, Huppenthal says local schools will feel the impact of migrant influx.

TEP Proposes No Up-Front Cost Solar Panel Installation Program

If Corporation Commission OKs, utility would be responsible for maintenance, customers would pay fixed monthly rate for 25 years.

METRO WEEK: Efforts Under Way to Ease Cross-Border Business

Arizona, Sonora states working to improve infrastructure, regional cooperation.

DPS Slow to Return to Pre-Recession Staffing Levels

Department starting to increase staff again, but not quickly enough to make up for losses, upcoming retirements.

AZ Week: 'US Has Responsibility to Maintain Stability in Iraq'

Retired Army chief of staff says investment in lives, resources means helping in ISIS crisis without troops on ground.

Flake on Immigrant Children: 'Smugglers Able to Report It Worked'

Arizona senator argues placing unaccompanied migrant kids with sponsors before hearing risks them not showing up on court date.

Long-Time Colossal Cave Director Uncertain About Her Future at Park

Pima County Supervisor Carroll called for performance audit last summer to assess management of park amid mountain lion shooting.

Often Overlooked, Race for State Treasurer Heats Up

Three Republicans vying for party's nomination in primary; former Tempe mayor, ex-GOP Party chairman, a stock broker.

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