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Hobbs terminates $50 million grant allocation for ESA recipients

Governor Katie Hobbs's predecessor Doug Ducey approved the allocation of pandemic-era funding.

Republican Karrin Taylor Robson says she won't run for Sinema's Senate seat in Arizona

Robson ran for governor last year but lost the GOP primary to Kari Lake.

AZ school superintendent looks to keep restrictions on trans athletes

In a complaint filed last month, two Arizona families claim that current state statute violates federal nondiscrimination laws and the U.S. Constitution.

Coexisting in rural spaces

How the Mexican Wolf Recovery Program is succeeding.

Plastic waste into construction blocks: Tucson strives for zero-waste model

Tucson city council unanimously approved an agreement with ByFusion to convert plastic waste into construction-grade building blocks.

Governor Hobbs visits Tucson to share plans for end of Title 42

The press conference took place Tuesday afternoon where she discussed her five point approach to an expected increase in migrants.

Recall effort against Arizona election denier fails

Supporters of the push to recall Cochise County Supervisor Tom Crosby say they fell short of the nearly 5,000 signatures required to place a recall option on the ballot.

UA professor maps Tucson's racist covenants

Professor Jason Jurjevich joined city employees Friday afternoon to discuss the project.

Mark Kelly set for Astronaut Hall of Fame honors

The Arizona senator will be recognized for his NASA career.

Crosby recall efforts race to the finish line

Volunteers are hoping to get enough signatures to force a recall vote in Cochise County by the deadline next week.

Cochise County gets new elections head

His background and political leanings raised questions.

Arizona GOP loses bid to undo $18K in fees over 2020 election lawsuit

The Arizona GOP said it will be meeting with lawyers to “discuss the best path forward.”

Planned Parenthood Arizona will adapt medication abortions if access to an abortion pill is limited

The clinics will move to use an alternative single-drug protocol if access is limited, instead of a dual-drug procedure.

Arizona governor sets veto record in 1st legislative session

Hobbs nixed 11 more bills Tuesday to reach the 63 mark, topping Janet Napolitano’s record of 58 vetoes set in the 2005 session.

Lawsuit aims to block Arizona's restrictions on transgender athletes in schools

The lawsuit claims the current state law that stops transgender girls from playing on girls' sports teams is unconstitutional.

Gallego raises more money than Sinema in Arizona Senate race

She still had a formidable $10 million in her bank account at the end of March, including money she’s raised in the four years since her last campaign.

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