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Harassment in Arivaca: Issues With Restraining Orders in Rural Areas

Rural residents face more expensive "per mile" fees for delivering court papers.

Arizona Pecan Farmer Calls For Halt to Trade War

Says the Trump administration needs to stop imposing tariffs and instead start negotiating.

Arizona May Take Over Permit Program Protecting Rivers

Conservation groups say the change could weaken protection of rivers, streams and wetlands.

Migrant Family Reunifications Continue As Deadline Nears

Court documents suggest the government will not make the July 26 deadline, according to an attorney.

November Ballot-Question Arguments Come Early

Arizona voters can get information on the seven ballot questions they face in November

Arizona Unemployment Unchanged in June

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

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.

Goldwater Institute Sues Pinal County Over Road Repair Tax

The suit claims the tax is illegal because it only applies to certain items.

Judge Temporarily Halts Deportation of Reunified Families

The judge is asking government to respond to ACLU court filing pointing to rumors of mass deportations following reunification.

Suit Paves Way for Arizonans to Text 911

A settlement set up funding for the service, which is expected to benefit the hearing-impaired, among others.

Child Migrant Detention Center; Active Shooter Training; Mexican Elections

Plus, Arizona officials describe how state systems are targeted by millions of cyberattacks each month.

State Lawmakers Visit Child Migrant Detention Center in Tucson

The group of mostly Democrats is the second to visit the Southwest Key facility.

Detaining Immigrant Kids Is Now a Billion-Dollar Industry

In 10 years, the grants for such processes went from $74.5 million to $958 million.

Hackers Take Aim at State, Including Elections, Millions of Times a Month

Officials say attempts on Arizona line up with numbers for states around the country.

Warship Adds Sen. McCain's Name, Honoring 3 Generations

The naval careers of the three generations overlapped in World War II and Vietnam.

Water Managers Meet to Plan for Low Colorado Flow

Officials say they hope for cohesiveness as they put together a drought contingency plan to be approved by Arizona lawmakers.

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