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First McSally ad for 2020 race slams Kelly over impeachment

The ad portrays Kelly as too liberal for Arizona.

Commission head hopes to bring peace to families of missing people in Sonora

The commission aims to aid groups searching for missing loved ones and to ensure identification of remains.

Conservationist ship attacked in endangered vaquita refuge

The crew patrolling to protect the endangered porpoise in the Sea of Cortez came under fire by suspected poachers.

Scientist exploring how intermittent fasting might prevent addiction

If fasting has the same effect on humans as it does on mice, John Streicher says it could be a way to help prevent opioid addiction.

DOJ sanctuary city crackdown won't impact Arizona cities, US attorney's office says

The state doesn't have sanctuary cities or policies that fit that definition, an assistant U.S. attorney in Arizona said.

NCAI president: Tribal sovereignty still threatened from ‘every corner’

Fawn Sharp said while the state of Indian nations is strong, policymakers and others threaten Indigenous self-governance.

Tohono O'odham Nation denounces border wall construction and blasting of cultural sites

The blasting project reportedly went through Monument Hill, an Indigenous burial site on ancestral Tohono O'odham land.

District judge overturns another part of Rosemont Mine approval

The judge on Monday threw out the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's approval of the project.

Ducey funding plan for low-performing schools gets first legislative approval

Project Rocket determines per-pupil funding at schools given lower grades by the Education Department.

Agave liquor Bacanora gains protected status in EU

Industry proponents say the recognition could up the appeal and value of Sonora's regional spirit.

More Arizona counties approve 'sanctuary' resolutions on gun rights

La Paz and Yavapai counties have declared themselves to be "Second Amendment sanctuary counties."

Rain, snow expected early this week over New Mexico, Arizona

Winter weather is returning to parts of New Mexico and Arizona early this week.

Archive Tucson: In the shadow of the freeway

Historian Lydia Otero talks about growing up in a neighborhood that was partly erased by the construction of I-10.

How Pima County processes mail ballots

Elections officials want to reassure voters the process is secure.

How do earlier primaries influence Arizonans?

About two dozen states will hold primary events before Arizona.

Caucusing in Arizona, voting security, Operation Stonegarden denied

Plus, barriers to opioid treatment in rural Arizona.

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