The Tucson Unified School District board is delaying a vote on changes to the ethnic studies program until it hears from the public.Read More »
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Geronimo was known as a legendary Apache warrior whose ability to walk without leaving footprints allowed him to evade thousands of Mexican and U.S. soldiers, much like Osama bin Laden evaded capture for the past decade.
But for Native Americans, there's an important difference: Geronimo was a hero — not a terrorist.
One of two efforts to recall Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce has called it quits, claiming the other group is on the brink of collecting enough signatures.Read More »
Arizona has seen its revenue from tribal casinos rise for the third straight quarter.Read More »
Records show top deputies in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office circulated offensive jokes about Mexicans at a time when the department faces a lawsuit alleging officers in Arizona's Maricopa County routinely racially profile immigrants during traffic stops.Read More »
A state appeals court has overturned the city of Glendale's annexation of land that includes part of the site of a casino resort planned in the Phoenix area by a southern Arizona Indian tribe, the Tohono O'odham Nation.Read More »
The Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum near the State Capitol has closed a month earlier than expected. As the building's overseer, the Arizona Historical Society had originally planned to shutter the museum at the end of the school year.Read More »
The state is looking to buy something a little bit out of the ordinary — a statute of Barry Goldwater.Read More »
Federal prosecutors issued a sharp warning Monday to people planning to open medical marijuana dispensaries or large-scale growing operations under Arizona's new medical marijuana law.Read More »
Law enforcement officials across Arizona are on heightened alert following the death of Osama bin Laden, but they report no information about any specific terrorism threat.Read More »