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Route set for Tucson's spring 2020 Cyclovia

The path will include downtown and South Tucson streets.

As Western coal plants close, what happens to their water?

Closures looming, communities are starting to discuss how this newly freed up water should be put to use.

Maricopa County becomes largest to approve 'Second Amendment sanctuary' measure

The county joins a growing movement of places adopting resolutions to counter policies that could be seen as infringing on gun rights.

Initiative filed to block Arizona school voucher expansions

The voter initiative would cap growth on the state's school voucher program and put in place several other limits.

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick returns to House after alcohol treatment

Kirkpatrick will hold a "Congress on your corner" event this weekend as part of her return.

Hearing looks at border wall construction's impact on Native American sites

The chairman of the Tohono O'odham Nation compared it to building a wall at Arlington National Cemetery.

UA Confucius Institute closing

Political tensions with China impacted the operation of the cultural center.

UA library construction project reaches milestone

Renovation of the main library almost complete, new construction continues.

Court says Mexicans cannot sue Border Patrol agents in fatal shootings

A ruling on Tuesday about a cross-border shooting in Texas could affect a decision on a similar case that took place in Arizona.

Phoenix Council votes 5-4 for civilian oversight of police

The vote came after dozens of mostly Hispanic and African American community members spoke for a citizen review board with investigative powers.

State lawmakers debate bill on treatment of Lyme disease

The bill failed in the Arizona House, but a parliamentary move could mean another vote dealing with long-term treatment of the disease.

Arizona House bill would set aside $1M for border cameras

Some members questioned whether bill crosses the line into federal border enforcement.

Supreme Court refuses to hear Arizona challenge to California tax law

The challenge came over a tax California collects from Arizona companies "doing business" in that state.

Crackdown on immigrants who use public benefits takes effect

Advocates say as a result many immigrants are dropping government social services, including citizens and legal residents.

Coronavirus victim out of quarantine, officials see ‘no risk’ of spread

Arizona was one of a handful of states to record a confirmed case of the disease since it was first reported earlier this year.

Study finds ransomware cost AZ health care more than $2.7 million since 2016

Three attacks affected nearly 12,000 people and totaled $2.7 million to $4.2 million in downtime in Arizona.

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