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Judge pauses ballot printing in Maricopa County

A judge told Maricopa County to pause its ongoing ballot preparation process for the July 30 primary election as she considers a lawsuit by Republicans trying to add a new candidate to the ballot.

Coyotes officially leaving Arizona for Salt Lake City

The NHL announced the team was sold on Thursday afternoon.

Invasive Plant is Causing Concern in the Sonoran Desert

South African native can flourish in Central and Southern Arizona

Phoenix finishes clearing downtown homeless encampment after finding shelter for more than 500

The hundreds of tents that once lined blocks of streets in the area are now gone.

Quarters bounce: Cities win appeals of Census’ count of group quarters

Over the past year, however, five Arizona cities and towns managed to add 10,000 residents without a moving truck or a packing box in sight.

Bettman: NHL still committed to keeping Coyotes in Arizona after arena referendum failed

“It’s a good market, and if we can make it work, we’ll make it work,” Bettman said.

For more blue skies, Phoenix asks residents to blue-sky climate plan ideas

This week’s meeting aimed to get public feedback for a draft update that will be released later this summer.

Biden visits Arizona computer chip site, highlights jobs

Biden toured a Phoenix plant being completed by the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. that was announced in 2020 during Donald Trump's presidency.

Phoenix City Council passes abortion resolution modeled after Tucson’s

The resolution states the support for abortion access and deprioritzes law enforcement of current abortion restrictions.

Phoenix raises concerns about Tempe development project for Arizona Coyotes

Officials with Phoenix and Sky Harbor sent mailers throughout the Valley, warning against the plan.

The Buzz: A look at election integrity as Nov. 8 draws near

Why do claims that the last election was persist and what's being done to counter them?

Frank Lloyd Wright's vision for Arizona's capitol

When Arizona set about designing its current capitol, the star architect had some of his own ideas.

Judge to review Arizona audit records for possible release

An Arizona judge has ordered the state Senate to immediately provide text messages and emails related to the Senate Republicans’ partisan review of the 2020 vote count.

Arizona county seeks reimbursement for new voting machines

Maricopa County demands state Senate pay $2.8M to cover the costs of replacing vote-counting machines used in Legislature's election review.

Judge: School district can keep mask rule, at least for now

New state law barring mask mandates in schools doesn’t take effect until Sept. 29, judge says.

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