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Arizona AG will ask court to lift injunction on state abortion ban

Brnovich says law banning abortion is back in effect following Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

James Webb Telescope ready for science

Scientists say all the spacecraft's instruments are aligned for operation.

Ducey OKs $18B budget upping school, infrastructure spending

The governor on Tuesday gave his blessing to an $18 billion spending plan that uses a record surplus to invest in education and infrastructure.

Salmon drops out of GOP primary race for Arizona governor

The former congressman says it became clear he couldn't win.

Arizonans benefit from the special scent of the monsoon

Scientists find evidence of health benefits in the desert rain.

Indigenous students to get full University of Arizona tuition

University will pay tuition and fees for all who qualify.

ASU online water tool updates help Arizonans learn about waterways

The project covers shortages, farmland data, pollution levels and other aspects of water usage.

Asteroid hunters find a telescope testing center near Tucson

The company is tracking potentially valuable asteroids for future mining trips.

Tucson greets Roe reversal with protests

The crowd blocked Congress St and several intersections downtown.

Court allows Resolution Copper Mine to continue

Apache Stronghold did not prove its religious concerns were enough to stop the mine.

Tucsonans react to Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Large crowds are expected at a march downtown Friday night.

Planned Parenthood stops abortions in Arizona after Supreme Court decision

Arizona's abortion laws could end up in a legal limbo.

Contreras Fire listed as 100% contained

Local management team will hand over control Saturday.

Making college credits easier to access in Cochise County

Buena High School introduces new dual enrollment program

Arizona lawmakers approve bipartisan $18 billion budget

More than half a billion goes to K-12 schools, and a proposal to expand private school subsidies was dropped.

Former foundation president sentenced for embezzlement

Over two years she stole tens of thousands of dollars from a group helping the National Guard.

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