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Police investigate shooting on University of Arizona campus

The university canceled in-person classes Wednesday afternoon.

Prop. 308 - Tuition for DREAMERS

AZ voters will decide again whether noncitizens can get in-state tuition

ASU study finds that 1 in 4 Arizona suicides involved intimate partner problems

Data was collected over five years through law enforcement reports, medical examiner reports and death certificates.

Lawyers: Arizona GOP chair pleaded Fifth to Jan. 6 panel

Ward's refusal became public during a court hearing in Phoenix.

Arizona abortion rights backers sue to overturn old ban

The lawsuit filed by a Phoenix abortion doctor and the Arizona Medical Association repeats many of the arguments made by abortion rights groups in another filing.

Prop. 310 Would help fire districts

Rural districts especially will be helped by the proposal.

Voters could make it harder to pass initiatives at the ballot box

Several propositions on the ballot this year would change Arizona's initiative process.

100 days after Roe: Patients and providers prepare for an Arizona without abortions

Abortion providers, patients and residents share their stories of how Arizona’s recent abortion ban has affected their lives.

Tucson has high rate of low-income, cost-burdened renters and homeowners

That's despite the city having a high rate of housing affordability.

Tucson receives $2 million grant to reduce gun violence

Funding comes from a $100 million investment from the U.S. Department of Justice to help communities across the country combat gun violence.

University of Arizona aims to help teachers get students back on track after the pandemic

Psychology students and instructors offer their expertise to help the transition back to in-person learning.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 1 Mark Finchem's claims of voter fraud

The Tucson legislator and Arizona Secretary of State candidate has been persistent in his claims of election fraud, despite multiple audits

‘Good Samaritan’ bill aims to allow cleanup of abandoned, leaking mines

A bill in Congress could help Arizona clean up old mines.

Ban on sexually explicit materials in Arizona schools set to take effect

The law allows exceptions for material that has “serious” educational, literary, artistic, political or scientific value.

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