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Jaguar Seen in Arizona Last Year has Been Killed in Mexico

Spots on a pelt match those of a jaguar photographed in the Huachuca Mountains.

Court: Shooter Can Run for AZ Senate

Expelled representative's primary challenger claims Shooter no longer lives in the district.

TUSD Board Member: New Code Of Conduct "Improving Administrative Culture"

The revision includes five levels of infractions, each with its own consequences and explanations of who can enforce them

Poll: Marijuana Legalization May Split Party Lines in November

Issue finds approval among some demographic groups but not others.

Pima County Gets Money for Federal Land

A federal program sends millions to the county for untaxable land

Arizona Facilities Holding 328 Separated Kids

Governor's office confirms exact number of immigrant children in the state.

Arizona Court: Hashish Not Included in Medical Marijuana Law

The law establishing medical marijuana in Arizona does not mention the marijuana extract's legal status.

Pima County Courts Warns About Missing Jury Duty

Last month nearly 1,800 people failed to appear in Pima County court for jury duty.

Prescott Cancels July 4 Fireworks Show Amid Fire Danger

Dry conditions cause concern for public safety, according to city's fire chief

New judge to preside in case over inmate care in Arizona

Judge David Duncan presided over the case for years, but retired from the bench last week.

Poll Shows Education Funding a Major Factor in Race for Arizona Governor

Poll shows education professor Garcia leading Democrats, unfavorable ratings for Gov. Ducey

A-10 Wing Repairs Fully Funded

An amendment to the Defense Department budget keeps A-10 flying

Arizona Kids Doing Poorly

An annual report ranks Arizona near the bottom in children's health and education

State Bans Cell Phones for New Teen Drivers

A new law prohibits teens from talking on cell phones while driving.

Asylum Trend Shifts: More Fathers Immigrating With Teenage Children

Migrant shelters report the journey from Central America has grown increasingly dangerous for women and small children.

UA Forecasters Predict Fewer Hurricanes This Summer

Annual outlook cites ocean temperature changes for short-term dip in storm numbers.

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