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Arpaio snagged twice by legal barbs

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is no stranger to lawsuits - and he's not immune to losing them - yet his track record on legal battles during the past couple of weeks has been particularly poor.

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Migrants say Arizona worth risk of crossing

Hector Ortega stumbled across the body of a fellow migrant as he walked across Arizona's harsh desert in the searing summer heat. He tried not to look too closely. With nothing to be done for the deceased, Ortega and the others trudged on, guided by a smuggler across the U.S. border, determined to complete their illegal odyssey even as they endured record-high temperatures and fever-pitch resentment.

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Giffords-Kelly race heats up

Political hostilities in southern Arizona ceased for a brief moment just before midnight on Aug. 24, when it became clear that Jesse Kelly trounced Jonathan Paton in the Republican contest in Arizona's 8th Congressional District.

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