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Hackers? No, Human Error Plagues Arizona Primary Voting

Dozens of polling places in Maricopa County opened late for Tuesday's primary, as equipment had not been set up in time.

TUSD to Start Review of Controversial Textbook at Teachers' Request

The economics course was canceled at TUSD last year. It could be back in front of the board for approval in November.

Thousands of Mail-In, Provisional Ballots Remain Uncounted in Pima County

Ballot counting will resume Thursday. State law requires counting to be done by next Wednesday.

Sen. John McCain's Family Mourns Over Flag-Draped Casket

McCain lying in state at the Arizona Capitol, which was later opened public to pay their respects.

Arizona Democrats Look for Unity Following Primary

Party officials highlight that mutual support is critical in the upcoming general election.

Ducey, Garcia Win Gubernatorial Primaries

And updated results for secretary of state, schools superintendent, corporation commission.

Southern Arizona U.S. House Races

A crowded race for an open seat in the competitive 2nd Congressional District.

TUSD Will Appeal State Decision to Revoke Sabino's 2018 Baseball Championship

TUSD will invoke its right according to Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo after the AIA chose to remove the 2018 State Championship title and place Sabino's baseball program on a one-year probation.

McSally to Face Sinema for U.S. Senate Seat

Republican McSally and Democrat Sinema take early leads in preliminary results to fill outgoing Sen. Flake's seat.

Local Town Council Results

The nonpartisan races in Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita will be decided Tuesday unless they end in a tie.

Spokesman on Who McCain Would Have Wanted to Replace Him

The appointment is up to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, who has not made any indications as to his choice.

Nogales Teens Take Part in 4-Month Binational Project

The stories generated by young people from "Ambos" Nogales will be shared worldwide.

Tucson Court Aiming to Keep Vets Out of Jail Receives $400,000 Grant

Program diverts veterans with misdemeanors and connects them with services.

Shelter Employee Standing Trial Tuesday for Alleged Sexual Abuse of Migrant Boys

Levian Pacheco is at least the third Southwest Key employee to be accused of sec crimes in Arizona since 2015.

Pima College Expanding Manufacturing Focus With New Center

The college will replace a closed hotel with an applied technology center.

Sen. John McCain's Farewell Statement

Campaign manager and spokesperson reads letter from the late senator addressed to the American people.

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