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Jan 25, 2023

House committee authorizes placement of memorial to slain journalist Bolles

State lawmakers took the first steps Wednesday to honoring assassinated reporter Don Bolles in the same way Arizona honors various veterans, pioneer women, the Ten Commandments and Jesuit missionary Father Kino. Without dissent the House Government Committee authorized placement of a memorial to The Arizona Republic investigative reporter in Wesley Bolin Plaza.

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Oct 18, 2017

News agencies to appeal ruling over execution-drug suppliers

News organizations plan to appeal a ruling that concludes Arizona isn't required to reveal the identity of the companies that supply the state with drugs for executions.

Sep 13, 2013

Media landscape challenges the way newspapers deliver information

For more than 100 years, our state has been an attractive place for entrepreneurs and investment. From miners to bankers, it seems our business climate has been as attractive as our actual climate. But few businesses have been around longer than newspapers. In fact, nearly half of the state’s 12 oldest businesses are local newspapers.

Court overturns ruling against state on fund raid
Aug 2, 2013

Judge: TUSD must release the names of candidates

A judge has ruled in favor of a newspaper in a lawsuit filed against Tucson Unified School District over the names of superintendent candidates.

Jul 24, 2013

Newspaper presses Tucson school district to release candidate names

A newspaper is pressing the Tucson Unified School District to release the names and application materials of the candidates it considered for the superintendent's job.

Mar 11, 2013

Brewer to attend dedication of shooting range

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is scheduled to attend Wednesday's dedication of a soon-to-be-opened shooting range in Fort Mohave.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks to the assembled media on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at Tucson International Airport after an aerial tour of the Arizona border. The governor spoke on the latest status of border security efforts in Arizona, including the Tucson Sector - which remains the most heavily-traveled section of the U.S. border for illegal crossings. (AP Photo/Arizona Daily Star, Mike Christy)
Feb 12, 2013

Arizona governor: Border residents don’t feel safe

The border with Mexico won't be secure until the people living near there feel safe from drug and human trafficking, said Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Tuesday after touring the region just hours before President Barack Obama championed his immigration plan in the State of the Union address.

Jan 25, 2013

Preliminary settlement for Tucson Electric rates

Tucson Electric Power customers may be seeing a monthly bill increase by about $3 instead of a proposed $11.

Aug 2, 2012

Record number of Pima County early ballots mailed

The Pima County Recorder's Office is mailing out a record number of early ballots for the Aug. 28 primary election.

May 31, 2012

Majority of early Arizona CD8 ballots returned

More than half of early ballots given out in the race to represent southeastern Arizona's 8th Congressional District have been returned.

May 30, 2012

Tucson councilman’s conduct on trip to be reviewed

A Tucson city councilman is being urged to resign after allegedly making inappropriate sexual remarks at a bar during a city-sponsored trip to San Diego.

May 29, 2012

GOP registration advantage up in Giffords district

New numbers show that Republicans have an even bigger voter registration advantage in Arizona's Congressional District 8 than they had two years ago.