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Criminal charges against two Cochise County Supervisors stand

Maricopa Superior County Judge Geoffrey Fish denied their motions to dismiss and remand.

Arizona Debates: U.S. House Republican Primary (CD3)

Republican candidates for Arizona's U.S. House Congressional District 3 seat take the stage to discuss the issues facing our state.

Arizona Debates: U.S. House Republican Primary (CD4)

Republican candidates for Arizona's U.S. House Congressional District 4 seat take the stage to discuss the issues facing our state.

Arizona Debates: U.S. House Democratic Primary (CD1)

Democratic candidates for Arizona's U.S. House Congressional District 1 seat take the stage to discuss the issues facing our state.

Trump returns to campaign trail with Phoenix rally

It was his first event post-conviction.

LUCHA looks to block controversial border ballot proposition

HCR 2060, also known as the Secure the Border Act, passed the state's House of Representatives yesterday. Now the civil rights group says it is unconstitutional.

House passes controversial border initiative, heads to ballot for voter approval

The ballot measure would make it a state crime to enter the country somewhere other than a port of entry.

The 54th annual Tucson Juneteenth Festival: "It's a movement, not a moment."

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Democrats open new campaign headquarters

The path to the White House moves through Tucson, Arizona.

The Buzz: How political campaigns spend their money

We dive into the spending of those seeking Arizona's open U.S. Senate seat.

House Minority Whip backs Engel, slams Ciscomani on women's health record

United States House Minority Whip Katherine Clark and democratic congressional hopeful Kirsten Engel tour Planned Parenthood to discuss abortion access.

RNC Hispanic Community Center in Tucson no longer operational

Tucson's community center is one of many that have closed across the country.

Arizona support for Biden drops below previous election levels, new poll shows

The numbers show the current president is losing momentum faster than former President Trump among Arizona voters.

Hobbs signs housing bills that encourage middle housing and casitas

According to Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy, about 50% of land in Arizona is zoned for single-family homes. This new legislation will help combat that.

Business and faith leaders speak out against new immigration ballot referral

A group of business and faith leaders are opposing a GOP proposal that would expand employers’ requirements to confirm citizenship status when hiring, under penalty of up to a $10,000 dollar fine and a class 6 felony.

Congressman Ciscomani on the border, 1864 abortion ban, effort to oust House speaker

Congressman Juan Ciscomani spoke with AZPM senior reporter Danyelle Khmara on some of the most salient topics of the day

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