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Arizonans split on impeachment

Party affiliation largely determines impeachment opinions among Arizona residents.

Trump to nominate Pima County judge for federal judgeship

John Hinderaker currently presides over family court and criminal dockets on the Pima County court.

Regina Romero next mayor of Tucson

Also, results for the City Council and a "no" vote to salary raises for council members.

Mayor Rothschild reflects on 8 years in office

New leadership at the head of Tucson city government could mean new priorities.

Still have your ballot? Drop it off in person

It's too late to mail your ballot if you want your vote counted in Tuesday's elections in Tucson and several school districts.

U.S. Census Bureau hiring across state for 2020 census

That includes more than 50,000 temporary positions in Arizona.

Tucson raises minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21

The 6-1 vote makes Tucson the fifth city in the state to adopt such an ordinance.

Group warns of consequences in Arizona if mercury emission standard is rolled back

A report says lives and costs are saved with the Mercury and Air Toxics Standard in place.

Rail between Tucson and Phoenix not on the table, despite growth projections

A study looking at the widening of I-10 does not include the possibility of a passenger rail.

Groups: Saving Mexican gray wolves requires new approach

Management of the endangered predators in the Southwest requires some rethinking, environmental groups say.

Navajo voters elect new delegate to tribal council

Carl Roessel Slater will represent five communities in the Arizona portion of the reservation.

Mexican president cautions against politicizing USMCA trade deal

Legislators in Mexico ratified the agreement in June. Lawmakers in Canada and the U.S. have not.

Raises for Tucson mayor and council on the ballot

Voters will decide whether or not to increase the salaries at a cost of 25 cents a year for each resident.

Arizona schools chief Kathy Hoffman on priorities for 2020

Hoffman also reflects on what she sees as her biggest accomplishment in office so far.

A New Mexico icon, Spanish conquistador faces attacks

A new generation of activists criticize the use of the figure because of its connection to colonialism and genocide.

Ballots are on their way to voters in Tucson

Tucsonans will choose a new mayor and vote on a sanctuary city initiative.

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