University of Arizona students walking to class Monday were faced with a steel and barbed wire obstacle.Read More »
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A statewide rail plan that would start by linking Tucson and Phoenix is a step toward giving Arizona residents a transportation option that would relieve traffic congestion and improve air quality, an interest group contends.Read More »
Arizona lawmakers want to revive legislation to make President Barack Obama and other presidential candidates show their birth certificates to prove their eligibility to run as natural-born citizens.Read More »
U.S. Border Patrol agents say they have discovered a partially completed smuggling tunnel west of the border crossing in Nogales.Read More »
The Navajo Nation broke ground Monday on a $150 million casino project along Interstate 40 east of Flagstaff.Read More »
Arizona’s chief Supreme Court justice, Rebecca White Berch, urged a joint session of the Legislature March 21 to reform probate court and not change the way the state chooses its judges.Read More »
Supporters of the five controversial immigration measures that the Senate killed on Thursday made no attempt to revive the measures on Monday.
As a result, the bills are dead — but the ideas may still be resurrected.
No one locally expects Mitchell to run for Congress again next year, but the National Republican Congressional Committee is still working to discredit him.Read More »
House Minority Whip Matt Heinz suddenly resigned his leadership post this afternoon, citing a need to spend more time and energy on legislation.Read More »
The Senate passed legislation on Monday to prohibit abortion based on the sex or race of the fetus, or the race of a parent – but not until amending it to criminalize violations.Read More »