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Fed Appeals Court Extends No Proof of Citizenship to Vote

Order allows Arizona and Kansas residents to register using a federal form without such proof; hearing requested by voting rights groups expedited as well.

Pima Holds 'Make Art Not Graffiti' Contest to Discourage Tagging

People ages 9 to 18 can submit artwork to the county that “must be suitable for all audiences and contain no obscenities,” by May 30.

TEP Customers to See Small Rebate if Company Sold

Newfoundland-based utility operator plans to purchase UNS, its subsidiaries for $4.3B, if AZ Corp. Comm. approves sale.

Atty Gen Democratic Candidate Officially on Ballot

Felecia Rotellini says she expects to have more than $1M in the bank by June to take on Horne or his GOP primary challenger.

Tucson voters decided a year ago to spend one hundred million dollars to fix up the city's ailing roads.

RTA Considers $175M Loan for Road Work

Without it, voter-approved projects will be delayed, staff says; the 20-year transportation plan calls for $2B to fix roads, add sidewalks.

Mass Shootings Committed by Democrats, CD1 Hopeful Argues

Republican Gary Kiehne made remarks at event Saturday; he issues apology today saying his comments were inaccurate.

crowded traffic on highway

ADOT Exploring Wrong-Way Accidents Prevention Methods

Third fatal head-on collision in the Phoenix area in a week killed two people early Sunday; five others have died in two previous wrong-way wrecks.

White House: Obama 'Madder Than Hell' About VA Issues

Allegations of preventable deaths that may be linked to delays at the Phoenix VA hospital have triggered an election-year uproar.

Bringing the Colorado River Delta Back to Life

Expanse of parched earth seeing early revival following Morelos Dam floodgates reopening; environmentalists ecstatic.


Rillito Regional Park Changes Planned

Pima County asking public whether park should be converted to soccer fields or retain horse-racing facilities.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, May 16, 2014

Jim Nintzel sat down with Republican Gary Kiehne, a rancher hoping to face U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick in the CD 1 race.

Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Long-Term Pima County Plan Being Drafted

Public input requested this month and next to set government priorities, such as how to spend taxpayer money.

AZ Week: Child Welfare Agency Already Improving, Director Says

"There is a great opportunity here to fix a problem that has been present in our state for decades," Charles Flanagan says.

Tucson Soldier Dies in TX After Attack in Afghanistan

Command Sgt. Maj. Martin Barreras passed away Tuesday at the San Antonio Military Medical Center of wounds suffered last week.

Daniel Neyoy Ruiz is surrounded by supporters praying at Southside Presbyterian Church

No Immediate Action for Sanctuary Case, Immigration Officials Say

However deportation order is still in effect two days after Mexican immigrant moves into church.

Saturday is 'Kids to Parks Day'

Gov. Jan Brewer, AZ State Parks encourage children, families to spend time outside by declaring the special day.

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