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The Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony, or STOP Act, would increase penalties under an existing law that aims to get items back to the tribes to whom they belong.
Aug. 30, 2016
The German pilot who deliberately flew an airliner filled with passengers into a mountainside last year was trained in Arizona.
Aug. 30, 2016
Polls are open until 7 tonight, and we’ll start getting results around 8. Joining KJZZ's The Show to talk about primary-related issues is Dan Hunting, a senior policy analyst at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at ASU.
Aug. 30, 2016
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol is suing the state’s chief election official for what it calls errors in the ballot language.
Aug. 30, 2016
Every year for the past 25 years, The Princeton Review has been putting out a book ranking what the company says are the country’s best colleges in a wide variety of categories— from Great Financial Aid to Happiest Students to, yes, Party Schools.
Aug. 30, 2016
Mexican students beginning this fall semester at New Mexico State University are getting a big break on tuition. The school has slashed their out-of-state rate by half.
Aug. 30, 2016
Voting sign
While state officials claim there was no harm done, cyber security experts say more fortification is needed.
Aug. 30, 2016
As a result of new DNA technology, police were able to identify the two victims as Baltazar Lopez and Azaren Cordova, both 36-years-old at the time of their disappearance from west Phoenix in 2008.
Aug. 30, 2016
President of Arizona’s Food Marketing Alliance Tim McCabe says despite rules and drug testing standards within his industry, he’s concerned about employees potentially coming to work high.
Aug. 30, 2016
Currently, water meters are read manually, about once a month requiring city employees to drive out to each individual meter.
Aug. 30, 2016
Tusayan road
Those makeshift memorial markers to lost loved ones along highways are finally going to be legal in the state.
Aug. 30, 2016
Federal immigration officials said Monday they are considering phasing out the use of private contractors at its detention facilities amid pressure from immigrant advocates to end the practice over safety concerns.
Aug. 30, 2016
Arizona State Courts Building
Three nominees are Republicans, two are Democrats. The appointment will be made by Gov. Doug Ducey.
Aug. 30, 2016
Donald Trump’s position on whether or not to deport an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants from the U.S. has been unclear recently.
Aug. 30, 2016
Downtown Phoenix
A municipal ID card in Phoenix is just one step away from becoming a reality. The Phoenix City Council will cast its final vote on the issue on Wednesday. The move has drawn harsh criticism from some state lawmakers who are vowing to reverse the policy in the state legislature.
Aug. 30, 2016
vote sticker
State law requires employers to provide paid time off for workers to vote – in certain situations.
Aug. 29, 2016
The new law makes it a felony to collect and turn in someone else’s vote-by-mail ballot, but makes exceptions for family members, caregivers and those who live together.
Aug. 29, 2016
Jeremy Weber with the Auditor General’s office said they found First Things First was generally compliant and rigorous in its accounting. He said the agency’s expenditures for fiscal year 2015 were about $163 million dollars.
Aug. 29, 2016
Corporation Commissioner Bob Burns
Money is pouring into the race for Arizona’s corporation commission in the final stretch before the primary. Campaign finance records show a pro-solar group spent about $667,000 dollars in support of Bob Burns, one of two incumbents running for the commission.
Aug. 29, 2016
jail
Federal authorities hope a $50,000 reward announced Monday, coupled with a falling out between polygamist fugitive Lyle Jeffs and his brother — imprisoned sect leader Warren Jeffs — will lead someone to reveal his whereabouts.
Aug. 29, 2016

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