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Yolanda Bejarano elected Arizona Democratic Party chair

Bejarano's victory is a blow to Gov. Katie Hobbs, who had recruited Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Gallardo to seek the position.

Arizona Republicans pick former Trump official to lead party

DeWit replaces firebrand Trump ally Kelli Ward, who helped the former president in his efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss and was a vocal proponent of his false claim that the election results were fraudulent.

Rep. Gallego announces bid for Arizona Senate seat

He is hoping to unseat independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.

Recall petitions circulating for Cochise County supervisor

In order to trigger a recall, The Committee to Recall Tom Crosby has 120 days to gather 4,865 signatures.

City Council asks Attorney General Mayes to reconsider housing ordinance

The previous attorney general ruled that the city was found in violation of state law.

Adelita Grijalva elected as first Latina Chair for Pima County Board of Supervisors

Prior, Grijalva served on the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board for 20 years.

Arizona schools plan major budget cuts, if spending limit is not lifted

The state has until March 1, 2023 to override the spending cap.

Arizona's shipping container wall on border is coming down

Workers continue to dismantle the container wall in Cochise County.

Force behind Arizona's 'show me your papers' law dead at 75

Russell Pearce's family said on social media that he died Thursday at his home in Mesa, Arizona, after falling ill.

Ciscomani nominates McCarthy

The Representative-elect nominated McCarthy on the tenth vote.

Arizona governor's tenure defined by push right, Trump feud

Ducey cut taxes, vastly expanded school choice, restricted abortion and built a makeshift wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Tucson City Council: dispensaries, fare-free transit, childcare and redistricting

Mayor and council rounded out the year in their final city council meeting of 2022.

Transgender youth face fewer rights in the new year

The new laws will take affect Jan. 1 and include restrictions on issues like gender-affirming care.

Think tank says education aggregate expenditure limit should be ended permanently

The Grand Canyon Institute report claims AEL is bad for Arizona schools and the state's economy.

Ducey bids farewell to Governor’s office

The two term governor leaves office in a few weeks.

The Buzz: Looking back on 2022

Newsworthy interviews and topics that we addressed this year.

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