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DC prison official to lead Arizona Department of Corrections

David Shinn will replace Charles Ryan, who retired last month amid ongoing controversies.

Former US special envoy to Ukraine leaving McCain Institute

Volker says the media focus on him will likely distract from the institute's work.

Independent counsel to investigate complaint against newest Arizona Supreme Court justice

The ethics complaint was filed a day before Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Bill Montgomery to the state's high court.

Driver's license thefts spur ADOT to boost online safeguards

Four recent investigations have led to 10 arrests and the discovery that more than 160 people have been affected.

UA suspends men accused of assaulting black student

Matthew Frazier and Matthew Rawlings are facing charges of misdemeanor assault in connection with the Sept. 10 incident.

31 bison from Grand Canyon sent to Oklahoma tribe

Park officials say the hundreds of bison at the park are harming water sources and the landscape.

Officials: Spark from equipment striking rock likely caused wildfire

The fire, which burned 3 square miles near Flagstaff, wasn't due to negligence, according to officials.

Some states say they'll keep fighting Purdue Pharma in court

The fight will be less about the damage done by the company and more over how to divide its assets.

Husband and wife fugitive murder suspects captured in Arizona, authorities say

The Barksdales had escaped by overpowering private security guards during transport.

Arizona bans hunting contests for killing coyotes

The ban doesn't apply to the lawful hunting of predators.

More West Nile Virus cases being seen throughout Southwest

Arizona has the most cases of any state this year.

Report: US Native American health agency at crossroads

The Indian Health Service has been plagued with problems standing in the way of delivering health care.

Phoenix voters rejecting anti-rail initiative by wide margin

The proposition aimed to block extending the light rail, including a plan to expand into working-class Hispanic and African American communities of south Phoenix.

City voters weighing light rail system's future in Phoenix

The proposition asks whether any expansion of the rail system should be permanently halted.

Rosemont Copper mine ruling expected to have national impact

If upheld, the ruling would make opening a large mine on public lands very difficult, experts say.

Benefits issue is still pending before Arizona Supreme Court

At issue is whether a 2016 law conflicted with a 2006 voter-approved law on benefits and wages.

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