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House committee advances school voucher expansion

Any student could qualify for the state's voucher program, under a bill filed by Republicans this week.

Supreme Court ruling could transform how immigration policy is challenged

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that immigrants cannot band together to challenge immigration policy in any lower federal court.

Arizona ready for kids' COVID shots

Tens of thousands of doses are on the way to the state.

Arizona Supreme Court says anonymous juries constitutional

The ruling involves a Cochise County newspaper.

James Webb Space Telescope survives micrometeoroid impact

It is still on track to send its first scientific images of deep space next month.

Northern Arizona watches winds as Western wildfires blaze

Three fires are burning near Flagstaff.

Local baker wins James Beard Award

Don Guerra, the owner of Barro Bread, was recognized on Monday.

Pence touts Trump-era border policies in Arizona speech

Pence visited the border in Cochise County before speaking in Phoenix.

Southern Arizona heat takes annual toll on car batteries

Experts say motorists should plan to buy a new one every 3 years.

Ducey tests positive for COVID-19

He cancels border trip and meeting with Pence.

Flagstaff wildfire forces evacuations

Officials arrest a man in connection with the fire.

COVID risks up in Arizona

The CDC has raised the transmission rates for many Arizona counties.

Rare Arizona plant now on endangered list

The plant depends on wetlands for survival

Bird flu arrives in Arizona

The first cases were found in Maricopa County.

Summer heat arrives

Experts talk about increasing heat in urban heat islands and the history of air conditioning.

Automation could leave many Arizonans out of work, study warns

It also recommends the state invest more in job training to hedge job losses.

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