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Tucson Student Apartment Complex Settles Pregnancy Discrimination Case

The lease agreement states that any resident who becomes pregnant must vacate the building before or upon the birth of her child.

Finding Common Ground with "One Small Step"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Free speech debate on campus; "I Dream in Widescreen Returns"; and thoughts on kindness from the Mission Garden.

Court Won't Immediately Stop Wait-in-Mexico Asylum Policy

The federal appeals court temporarily blocked a ruling barring the Trump administration from making asylum seekers wait in Mexico.

Planned Parenthood Sues Over Arizona Abortion Laws

The suit asks the court to bar enforcement of laws the group alleges violate due-process protections.

Arizona to Erase Some Possible Grounds for Death Sentences

The law gets rid of three of 14 so-called aggravating circumstances that may lead to a death sentence.

Rosemont Copper; Criminal Justice Reform in Arizona

Plus, understanding the response to rising temperatures and extreme weather in Arizona.

Criminal Justice Reform in Arizona

With eight new bills in Legislature, a poll shows more than half of Arizonans want some form of criminal justice reform.

Lawyer Worries Video Conference Hearings Could Cost Asylum-Seeking Client

The practice is intended to make a swamped system more efficient, but some question the impact on due process.

Arizona High Court Eyes Legality of Medical Pot Extracts

A prosecutor representing the state argues extracts and edibles were not intended to be included when voters first voted to legalize medical marijuana.

Asylum Seekers Waiting in Mexico Seek to Stay in US

Several asylum seekers have said they are afraid to return to Mexico while they wait for their next hearing.

Arizona Prosecutor Says Uber Not Criminally Liable in Deadly Crash

It's not known whether prosecutors are considering charges against the operator of the self-driving vehicle.

Arizona Chief Justice Bales Announces Retirement

The departure of the high court's only Democrat leaves Gov. Ducey with a fifth appointment to the court.

Feds: Arizona Smuggling Ring Used US Banks to Transfer $1M

Authorities say the operation allegedly moved thousands of migrants from Mexico and Central America to the United States.

Cochise County Creates New Legal Department

The county made the office to reduce conflicts of interest in cases.

Reports: UA Coach Miller to be Subpoenaed in Federal Corruption Trial

The Wildcats basketball coach refused comment on the possible subpoena at a Tuesday media event.

Charges Dropped Against 4 Migrant Aid Volunteers

The No More Deaths members will be fined but receive no jail time.

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