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

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.

Most Young Immigrants Applying for DACA in AZ Granted Permits

Almost 2,000 people in Tucson applied for Differed Action for Childhood Arrivals in 2013.

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.

AZ Unemployment Rate Rises in July

It's second straight month figure goes up by a tenth of a percentage; still lower than where it was last year.

Attorneys File to Immediately Block No Licenses for Immigrants

Earlier this month a district judge had refused challengers' request for injunction.

New Conservative Super PAC Ready to Fund AZ Campaigns

Group has filed with Arizona Secretary of State's Office so it can begin spending money on behalf of state candidates.

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.

Navajo County Supervisor Running for Seat Vacated by Death of Sen. Crandell

Republican Sylvia Allen previously served in state Senate; Crandell was found dead after apparent horseback riding accident last week.

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.

Republican state Rep. Adam Kwasman of Oro Valley.

Congressional Candidate Kwasman Announces He Has Cancer

CD 1 Republican hopeful says he hasn't presented symptoms, will not be dropping out of race.

GOP gubernatorial candidates (from left) Ken Bennett, Christine Jones, Frank Riggs, Scott Smith and Andrew Thomas. Not attending: Doug Ducey.

When Undecided Voters Decide, Someone Wins

Crowded GOP gubernatorial race leaves many voters trying to select; winner could have small total, smaller margin.

Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

More Water Headed to Lake Mead

Surrounding towns depend on source for water supply amid more than a decade-long drought.

Review: 2 Pima, Maricopa Judges Don't Meet Judicial Standards

Based on criteria such as communication, temperament, legal ability.

Glendale Council OKs Deal to Build Tohono O'odham Casino

4-3 vote comes after months of negotiation, years of litigation with city, tribe.

Tom Horne, Superintendent of Public Instruction Arizona

Maricopa County Attorney Can Investigate Horne, Judge Says

Attorney general had requested a separate agency to conduct it because he said he believes county's attorney's office is biased against him.

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