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Arizona residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana as part of Proposition 203.

Medical Pot Researcher Denied Dismissal from UA Appeal

Organization asks Board of Regents to allow transfer to NAU, ASU.

Horne Files Temp Restraint Against Maricopa Atty Office

Attorney general says he believes they won't act impartially when investigating allegations of campaign mismanagement.

Challenger Brnovich Attacks Atty. Gen. Horne's Legal Woes in Debate

Republican candidates for attorney general squared off in PHX Monday night; primary election is Aug. 26.

AZ Sens Plan to Block Tohono O'odham Casino Near Glendale

McCain, Flake introducing bill to prohibit construction of any new Indian gambling operation on unincorporated land in metro PHX.

House GOP Voting on Version of Immigration Crisis Bill This Week

Lawmakers say it is important to act before Congress adjourns for August recess.

EPA Finalizes Emissions Rules for Navajo Generating Station

One of three generators to be shut off by 2020 at coal-fired plant to meet standards, clear air over Grand Canyon.

Inside the Tucson streetcar on its inaugural run, July 25, 2014.

60,000 Try Tucson Streetcar on Weekend Inaugural Runs

Free rides lead to packed cars along 4-mile route of new, $200M system; operations almost glitch free, officials say.

Arizona Execution Reignites National Debate Over Death penalty

Opponents call process 'barbaric;' proponents say convincted murderer wasn't in pain during 2-hour ordeal.

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

Pols Want 'Border Security,' But Benefit from Immigration: Expert

Influx of Central American women, children isn't threat in and of itself but can beget other issues, she says.

Children sleep on 4-inch mattresses in one of the shelter's holding areas.

Nearly 5,500 Unaccompanied Child Migrants Processed at Nogales Facility

Shelter opened May 31 when federal officers in Texas were overwhelmed with numbers crossing from Central America.

County Receives $50,000 Toward New Funding for Social Services

Goal: get private investment to pay for social programs; return on investment possible if it saves taxpayer money.

Tucson Streetcar Debuts to Crowds, Hot Weather

Hundreds turn out for downtown ribbon cutting, first rides along 4-mile route on $196M rail system.

Report reveals extensive problems with Arizona private prisons with safety and cost. A group that has been advocating against prison privatization in Arizona will release an extensive report reviewing the private prisons.

Dept. of Corrections Director: Execution Not Botched

Charles Ryan responds to concerns amid Joseph Wood dying nearly two hours after getting lethal injection.

Free Weekend of Streetcar Service Begins Friday Morning

Ribbon-cuttings start at 7 a.m., free rides at 10 a.m.; regular fares begin Monday.

AZ Week: Journalists Who Journeyed with Immigrants Tell Their Story

'The complexities of immigration' reflected in cross-country trip, story of Guatemalan woman and her daughter.

Maricopa County Reports Year's First West Nile Death

County health officials say the victim was a man in his early 60s, living in PHX suburb.

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