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AZ'S Unemployment Has Biggest Drop in 3 Decades, Economists Say

Dept. of Administration said Arizona's April 6.9% rate also was first since August 2008 to drop below 7%.

Lillian Salerno, administrator of one of the Rural Development sections of the U.S. Department of Agriculture discusses drought and renewable energy.

Federal Rural Development Grants Help AZ Businesses

US Dept. of Ag focusing on economic needs in the state; head of Rural Business Cooperative Services visited S. Arizona last week.

Protestors stand at the site where a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed on the Mexican side of the border by Border Patrol in October 2012.

NPR Report: Border Patrol Deadly Force Questioned

A lawyer in Corpus Christi, Texas currently represents families in three BP shootings where agent was in U.S. and victim in Mexico.

Sinema Officially Files for CD9 Race

Democratic U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is seeking re-election; says her district is one of most competitive, but is confident voters will support her.

Horne Campaign Finance Case Reinstated

Yavapai County attorney had 30 days to accept, reject, modify judge's ruling saying not enough evidence to prove violations.

Sylvia Longmire, border expert and author of Border Insecurity talks about her conclusions on the prospect of securing the border.

Border Author Proposes Change in Security Approach

Tucson native Sylvia Longmire says money, agents, fencing aren't the answer without planned approach.

Firts Native American Woman to Become Federal Judge

Diane Humetewa was confirmed to serve in the District Court of Arizona with a 96-0 vote from the U.S. Senate.

Horne Has a Week to Respond to New Campaign Complaints

The 15-page complaint said attorney general's executive staff did campaign work on taxpayer time.

Gov. Jan Brewer.

Brewer Appeals Ruling Allowing Medicaid Lawsuit

Gov. Jan Brewer and AHCCCS director petitioned the Arizona Supreme Court to look into recent appellate court decision regarding state's motion to dismiss such suit.

The first stage of a pilot project to bring life back to the Colorado River delta came to a close this past weekend. For two months, the pulse flow has been flooding parts of the delta in Mexico’s Baja California state.

Pulse Flow on CO River Delta in Final Days

105K acre feet, under 1% of annual average flow, has been released into delta; much smaller base flow will continue to deliver water to restoration sites over next 4 years.

Top American Legion Officials Discussing PHX VA Issues

Tuesday evening town hall event will feature agency's natl. commander Daniel M. Dellinger along with other officials from the organization.

Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Brewer Appoints New Pima County Superior Court Judge

Court Commissioner Joan Wagener succeeds Judge Ted Borek, who retired; she's been a commissioner for 14 years, mostly in family, juvenile court.

A student from the Ironwood Tree Experience gazes out at the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area.

PHX to Develop Habitat Benefiting Area's Endangered Species

The city has reached an agreement with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to maintain more than 900 acres of native wetland.

UPDATE: Appeals Court Questions Abortion Regs Constitutionality

Lawyers for Arizona are headed to 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to fight blockage of new regulations beginning in April.

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Driver-Less Cars About a Decade Away, UA Engineer Says

Technology being developed for a vehicle to navigate itself, promising to make roads safer eliminating human error; however, it also raises legal questions.

Tohono O'odham Gets $200K for Study on Proposed Road

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will help the tribal government fund a study for a project on State Route 86; goal is to find best possibilities for overpasses, underpasses.

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