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Tucson holds first Disability Pride Celebration

The event included musical and storytelling performances from disabled Tucsonans.

Sierra Vista Mayor-elect fulfills lifelong dream

Clea McCaa is the city’s first Black mayor.

The Colorado River Compact turns 100 years old

The question is, is it still working?

Día de los Muertos: Ancient Tradition in a Modern Era

Historic celebration is gaining traction across borders and cultures

Cochise County teacher named teacher of the year

Ty White from Willcox High School is opening doors and bridging gaps.

Three vie to be Sierra Vista's next mayor

The race could make history in the Cochise County city.

Mural painting brings awareness to pedestrian safety on 6th Avenue

Tucson’s Department of Transportation & Mobility partnered with local nonprofit Living Streets Alliance to implement flex posts, planters and murals to increase safety.

Pitfire dazzles in Cochise County

The annual festival challenges local artists.

The Republican and Democrat running for U.S. Senate in Arizona want to be seen as independent

Voters with no party affiliation have held the key to winning past Arizona elections.

Beyond finalizing results, secretary of state candidates can shape Arizona’s elections

The secretary of state has other influence over elections, well before voting even starts.

Candidates for Attorney General bring different backgrounds

For the first time in eight years, Arizona will have a new Attorney General.

Candidates for Arizona superintendent of public instruction have starkly different philosophies

Democrat Kathy Hoffman is running for reelection while Republican Tom Horne is hoping to get his old job back.

Prop 209 Medical Debt

The proposal targets add debt, but medical is the most common type of debt that people carry.

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