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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.

Homeland Security waives contracting laws for border wall

The move is expected to speed construction and bring the president closer to his pledge of 450 miles by year's end.

Arizona House panel OKs ban on new airport ride-hailing fees

The 4-3 vote fell along party lines, with majority Republicans in support.

Arizona lawmakers to fight military plan to retire some A-10 jets

Sen. McSally and Rep. Kirkpatrick both vowed to fight the move to retire dozens of A-10s, a mainstay at Tucson's Davis-Monthan.

Arizona Senate OKs bill boosting firefighter cancer coverage

The proposal tightens rules enacted in 2017 that said certain cancers were presumed to be caused by workplace exposures.

Arizona Republicans push tax cuts as state surplus soars

Minority Democrats are opposed to most of the measures, which include cuts to property and income taxes.

First McSally ad for 2020 race slams Kelly over impeachment

The ad portrays Kelly as too liberal for Arizona.

More Arizona counties approve 'sanctuary' resolutions on gun rights

La Paz and Yavapai counties have declared themselves to be "Second Amendment sanctuary counties."

Rain, snow expected early this week over New Mexico, Arizona

Winter weather is returning to parts of New Mexico and Arizona early this week.

Window opens for tribes to seek licenses for internet access

Tribes had pushed to be first in line for the licenses that once were reserved for education institutions.

Navajo Code Talker dies at 96; less than a handful remain

Joe Vandever Sr. was one of the few remaining Navajo Code Talkers.

Presidential task force on missing Native Americans charts path

The group is tasked with finding ways to respond to what has been an epidemic in Indian Country.

Uber, Lyft confirm Phoenix airport business as usual for now

The companies said they will continue operations until the Arizona Supreme Court rules on proposed fee increases.

Report: Arizona teaching vacancies continue to rise

A survey found about 1,000 teachers in the state left their positions during the first half of the school year.

US sending Mexican migrants 1,000 miles from border

Mexicans accounted for half of the arrests and people stopped at the U.S. border in December.

TUSD: End court supervision in desegregation case

The district said court approval of its request would save money and keep dollars flowing for related programs for students.

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