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New Policy Expands Roles of Dreamers in Military

Only 1,500 slots in program that could offer fast track to citizenship to young undocumented immigrants.

Child Safety Agency Clears Thousands of Ignored Abuse Reports

Last year, CPS was under fire over news that nearly 6,600 cases were not investigated; cabinet-level division looked into issues, closed all of them.

Navajo Nation Gets Nearly $550M in Federal Suit Settlement

US Interior Secretary Jewell scheduled to visit capital in Window Rock, Ariz. to announce resolution to allegations of tribal resource mismanagement.

Tucson Council Delays Cops in Schools Program Over SB1070

City leaders fear police officers will question students on their immigration status as required by law.

How Tax Change Proposals Could Affect AZ Economy

Other states have changed systems, seen positive economic outcomes; what could work for Arizona?

Next AZ Governor Faces Economic, Fiscal Issues

Deficit of up to $1B in next 2 years; tax revenue still low after recession; joblessness high.

ICE: Most Migrant Families Don't Follow Up with Immigration Agents

In cases of deportation orders, out of 860 people, merely 14 meet with officials.

A map of the Arizona Congressional districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

US House Majority Leader Says GOP Can Win Arizona Seats

Kevin McCarthy argues Republican candidates in CD 1, CD 2, CD 9 can knock off Democratic incumbents.

Tax Revenue in Arizona Still Down

JLBC is not projecting any major increase in near future; state still feeling effects of recession.

Horne Pleads Supreme Court Block Clean Elections Investigation

Attorney general is asking to overturn a judge's order saying commission has authority to look into alleged campaign law violations.

San Pedro River

Initial Tests Show No Toxic Waste in San Pedro River

AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality sampled two areas Tuesday after alert that contamination from Mexican mine could potentially make its way north.

Republican Martha McSally, Democrat Ron Barber at AZPM debate Oct. 7, 2014.

Giffords' Gun Control Group Pulls TV Ad Against McSally

Attack said Arizona CD 2 Republican candidate opposed 'making it harder for stalkers to get a gun.'

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

Tucson Police Warn of Fraudulent Bill Collector Calls

Department says it has received number of reports about callers claiming to be from IRS, other agencies demanding payments.

Polls: Arizona Governor’s Race Still Close Between Major Party Candidates

Figures show Republican Ducey is slightly ahead of Democrat DuVal; 7% of votes went to Libertarian Hess.

ACLU, Bookman's Sue Arizona Over 'Revenge Porn' Law

Groups, other plaintiffs say law is so broad it criminalizes any person who distributes, displays a nude image without 'explicit permission.'

Nogales Plans to Ask Feds Reimburse Border Fence Clean Up Costs

City had to deal with flood, debris that came from Mexico side during heavy summer rains.

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