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New portal opens to fund community projects

State and local government entities and non-profits can apply for federal funding to support community projects.

Mayes urges SCOTUS: protect emergency abortion care amid Idaho ban

The amicus brief comes weeks before the United States Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments for the case.

The Buzz: A longtime City Council member steps down

Steve Kozachik has been a known quantity on the council for more than a decade. He now leaves for a job that mirrors his past career.

Pima County to continue migrant services

County will avoid street releases at the end of the week, anticipating federal funding from the $650 million, in the border security funding bill, for shelter and services to asylum seekers.

Arizona expects to be back at the center of election attacks

Top officials are going on the offense.

Federal government allocates $475 million for clean energy projects on mine lands nationwide

The Morenci and Safford copper mines will recieve some of the funding.

Federal dollars for asylum seekers in Tucson on verge of running out as Congress releases spending deal

Congressional leaders unveiled a spending package with $650 million for short-term asylum services like Casa Alitas in Tucson. However, approval and allocation may come too late to avoid street releases.

Biden touts Arizona as America's 'future' as government invests $8.5 billion in chipmaker Intel

The Biden administration has predicted that the cash infusion should help the U.S. boost its global share of advanced chip production from zero to 20%.

State superintendent helps parent sue AZ school district over dual language learning

The lawsuit comes nearly two weeks after a judge dismissed a similar case.

Interstate Social Work Compact makes progress in AZ Legislature

The Arizona Senate bill is part of a nationwide effort to streamline social worker's licensing regulations.

Hobbs vetoes Arizona Starter Homes Act despite bipartisan support

The bill would have banned cities from requiring homeowners associations and minimize single-family home sizes.

Cochise Supervisors approve $70,000 to clean up Miracle Valley Bible College property

The purpose of the funds are to prepare the property for auction later this year

Arizona legislation to better regulate rehab programs targeted by Medicaid scams is moving forward

Hathalie said she anticipates a vote by the full House could come as soon as Thursday.

Judge mulls third contempt case against Arizona for failing to improve prison health care

Previous contempt fines totaling $2.5 million have failed to motivate authorities to improve care.

SunZia Transmission Project sparks legal dispute over sacred sites preservation

The Tohono O’odham Nation and San Carlos Apache Tribe seek to halt construction, citing threats to cultural heritage.

Supreme Court Justices Barrett and Sotomayor, ideological opposites, unite to promote civility

They said the Supreme Court, where voices don’t get raised in anger, can be a model for the rest of the country.

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