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Ducey: Troopers Must Cite Lawmakers Who Break Traffic Laws

The move comes after a state lawmaker was filmed telling a sheriff's deputy he had been driving 120 mph.

Transgender Woman Says She Was Denied Hormone Prescription at CVS Store

Arizona law allows pharmacies to refuse to fill a prescription on religious or moral grounds.

From Warrior to Scholar: An Academic 'Boot Camp'

The project readies military veterans to make the jump into the classroom.

Vail School District Hopes Tiny Homes Help Attract, Keep Teachers

The district is working with developers to build small, affordable houses on land it has purchased.

Asylum-Seeker Shelters Report Increase in Russian Families

One family took temporary refuge at Casa Alitas, a halfway home for asylum seekers.

Tucson, Hermosillo Beer Makers Work Together to Brew Up Business

An international "collabrew" crosses the border, expanding brewing community and tapping into a growing market for artisanal beers in the border region.

Attempt to Block Funding for Ironwood Forest Falls Short

Conservationists said the amendment would have paved the way to roll back its national-monument protections.

Arizona Unemployment Unchanged in June

Gains in construction work offset by growth in overall labor force.

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Receives Highest Civilian Award in Mexico

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada has worked in border law enforcement for more than 50 years

Sabino High Baseball State Title in Jeopardy

An internal investigation by TUSD is looking into whether team violated three state regulations on its path to the 2018 championship.

Pima County: Solar Savings $220,000 Since 2015

Most of the privately owned solar arrays operating on county property are lowering the county's electric bill.

Attorney General Warns of International Dating Scam Targeting Arizonans

Mark Brnovich's staff returned $14,000 wired to likely fraud artists in Ghana.

Texas Company Opens Gas Stations in Northern Mexico

Mexico’s controversial energy reform act opened the door for U.S. companies to sell gas south of the border in recent years.

Gun Maker Bid Provides Insight Into Navajo Nation's Aspirations

Remington turned down the tribe's offer of $475M to $525 million.

Arizona Cardinals Suspend GM 5 Weeks After Extreme DUI Plea

Steve Keim pleaded guilty following a Fourth of July arrest in the Phoenix area.

TUSD Sends Out Notifications of School Letter Grades

More than a quarter of TUSD schools received a letter grade of D or F.

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