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Fired Senate staffer awarded millions in discrimination suit

The aide said she was fired from her job as a policy adviser for state Senate Democrats because of discrimination based on her race and gender.

Court sides with newspaper over Arizona audit public records

In a 3-0 ruling, the judges reiterated the court’s earlier ruling that Cyber Ninjas records are subject to the public records law.

Tucson votes down proposal to raise pay for mayor, council

A final tally shows turnout in the election was around 32%.

What does Arizona get out of the infrastructure bill?

State is in line to get billions for highways, broadband and more.

State judge will decide if voters can repeal new 'flat tax'

Separate referendum on new tax law fell short of signatures needed to qualify for the ballot.

Tucson election ends with a sweep for Democrats and a higher minimum wage

The Buzz examines the results of the city’s election and what the process could mean for the future of the city’s politics.

Reps. Fernandez, Friese resigning from Legislature

President Biden has tapped Fernandez for a post in the USDA.

Tucson voters decide on minimum wage, city council members

Dahl elected as Kozachik, Fimbres sails to reelection.

Arizona Senate chief who led election audit retiring in 2023

Senate President Karen Fann said in a statement Monday that she will retire.

Arizona AG questions former Maricopa County election official

Former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes says he was questioned by investigators from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office about the 2020 election.

Rep. Becky Nutt resigning from Legislature

The Cochise County Board of Supervisors will appoint her successor.

Arizona redistricting commission approves draft congressional, legislative maps

Over objections from Democrats, draft includes Republican-leaning district in Pima County.

Pinal County board chooses new legislators for vacant seats

Teresa Martinez and Neal Carter will fill seats representing Pinal County and northern Pima County.

President nominates longtime prosecutor to serve as U.S. Attorney for Arizona

Gary Restaino has been chief of the criminal division and white collar crime section.

Secretary of state warns of threats to election workers

Hobbs tells Senate committee that election offices are grappling with high turnover in the face of threats and harassment.

Pima County administrator suffered 'serious head injury,' broken ribs in crash

The county said Chuck Huckelberry was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle.

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