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Daniel González is a reporter who covers immigration and border issues for the Arizona Republic. Fifteen years ago, Daniel was sent on his first border story assignment to Rocky Point, Mexico, to cover the murder of two Americans.
Jul. 22, 2015
Arizona National Guard soldiers
Gov. Doug Ducey joins more than half a dozen other governors who have taken similar steps in the aftermath of last week’s shootings in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Jul. 22, 2015
police
A federal lawsuit filed Wednesday challenges the state laws that allow law enforcement agencies to directly profit from seizing property believed to be linked to criminal activity.
Jul. 22, 2015
Water faucet
Here in Arizona, we’re very focused on water — whether we’ll have enough and where we’ll find more if we need it or if we need to conserve more.
Jul. 22, 2015
Arizona flag
Thanks to a majority of state lawmakers and Gov. Doug Ducey, Arizona has adopted a position that gives it the toughest welfare policy in the nation.
Jul. 22, 2015
On Saturday, the latest edition of the Arizona Biennial opens at the Tucson Museum of Art.
Jul. 22, 2015
classroom
Governor Doug Ducey has proposed raising the amount of money that comes from the state land trust toward education. Ducey said the plan would bring $1.8 billion to schools over the next five years.
Jul. 22, 2015
Arizona Corporation Commission
The Attorney General's office is expanding its inquiry into allegations of improper conduct by members of the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Jul. 22, 2015
A new ruling from the state Court of Appeals means the smell of marijuana is no longer enough in Arizona for police to get a warrant and come busting down the door.
Jul. 22, 2015
Deschene  parade
Navajo voters approved a referendum Tuesday that makes it possible for the tribe’s next president and vice president to be non-Navajo-speaking. The historic vote relaxes the fluency requirement.
Jul. 22, 2015
buckeye bridge
A bridge may seem like one of the places most immune to a wildfire. But take a ride on State Route 85 over the Gila River and you’d be forgiven for putting a bit more pressure on the pedal.
Jul. 22, 2015
About 100 opponents of a proposed copper mine in central Arizona were in Washington D.C. yesterday to protest the project.
Jul. 22, 2015
Efforts to curb human trafficking and punish those who take part in it are increasing. One element from the city of Phoenix is an ad campaign called “Not Worth It,” which focuses on the buyers in the human-trafficking equation.
Jul. 21, 2015
Interstate 10 sign
Westbound lanes of the Interstate 10 Tex Wash Bridge in Desert Center, Calif., about 50 miles west of the Arizona state line, will re-open Friday at noon.
Jul. 21, 2015
If you’ve ever driven near ASU’s Tempe campus, you’ve probably seen the cars that belong to the school’s police department. Right now they’re white with ASU maroon and gold markings, but the agency is transitioning to a more traditional look.
Jul. 21, 2015
Interstate 10 traffic
The Interstate 10 bridge collapse in California last weekend is forcing drivers to find alternate routes. About 24,000 vehicles use the interstate every day.
Jul. 21, 2015
The collapse of Interstate 10 is more than just an inconvenience for many local businesses that use the highway regularly. It is also a big expense and it could trickle down to consumers.
Jul. 21, 2015
Arizona Capitol
Arizona finds itself with an unexpected budget surplus of over a quarter billion dollars and lawmakers are already battling over what to do with the excess funds.
Jul. 21, 2015
Randy Johnson used to cram his 6-foot-10-inch frame into the luggage racks above the seats in the charter buses used by his minor league team so he could sleep on long road trips.
Jul. 21, 2015
capers poster
One result of neighborhood development is the tearing down of old buildings to make room for new ones. But frequently, that means that people are displaced and, in some cases, can no longer afford to live there.
Jul. 21, 2015

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