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Grijalva: Trump Defeat Will End 'Fear-Mongering, Bigotry'

Democrat switches support from Sanders to Clinton aimed at beating Republican.

Pima County Ban on Texting While Driving Takes Effect

Board of Supervisors unanimously passed it last month; talking on phone still OK.

Hundreds Get Warrants Lifted in Saturday Court Session

Warrant resolution day a 'success' with 100 getting driver's licenses back.

State Steps Up Safety Campaign for Road Workers

2 deaths in two weeks leads transportation officials to add signage statewide.

Deported Non-Citizen Military Vets Seek Return to US

Many committed small crimes for which they were banished from the country.

Pascua Yaqui Youth Get Involved

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Native American portrayals in film; profile of Tucson author Ethel Lee Miller; and young love at a long distance.

Wanted by the Law? Clear It Up in Pima County This Saturday

Court officials hope people will appear to pay fines, clear up issues with 20,000 warrants.

Pascua Yaquis Re-elect 7 Incumbents, Reject 4 Others

18% voter turnout in Tucson area Tribal Council election; chairman wins new term.

An Arizona home.

Small Tax Break Coming for Pima County Homeowners

10-cent rate reduction means about $1 a month less on average house.

Study: Arizona Tops US in Health of Retiree Funds

70 percent of assets needed to cover state employee retiree health care.

Tucson City Hall.

$1.4 Billion City of Tucson Budget Faces Tuesday Vote

Spending package arrived at after months of cutsto erase projected $40 million deficit.

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Local Candidates Could See Presidential Race Effects

Pima County political party chairs agree tone of 'roller coaster' race will have impact.

Homeless man on a cold day

Tucson Homeless Numbers Rise on Streets, Drop in Shelters

Official: Numbers explained by homeless ineligible for shelters because of drug, alcohol use.

How Does the Presidential Election Affect Local Politics?

We ask political party leaders and journalists about trickle-down politics.

Tablets available for inmate use charge in a housing unit of the Pima County Jail in May 2016.

Pima County Jail Inmates Go Digital, Get Tablet Computers

Devices can be used for phone calls, games, videos, or revoked for discipline.

Challenge for McCain's US Senate Seat Tops Arizona Ballot

3 Southern Arizona House races also set, with office-seekers in abundance.

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