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injection table
The Arizona Department of Corrections wants a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of its revised execution protocol thrown out before a supply of lethal injection drugs expires next month.
Apr. 6, 2016
Crystal Boarding School
Six schools in Arizona operated by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Education have been chosen for campus-wide replacement projects. To qualify, schools had to be more than 50 years old, have a “poor” facility condition rating, or house more than 75% of students in portable buildings.
Apr. 6, 2016
Yavapai County Courthouse
A booming addiction recovery industry in the small community of Prescott in northern Arizona is prompting calls for reform.
Apr. 6, 2016
Earthquake map
Earthquakes typically have one significant event and a few aftershocks, but are not often felt in Arizona. Over the last week, however, 19 earthquakes trembled the far northwestern corner of the state.
Apr. 5, 2016
local first arizona
Tax Day is approaching, and Arizona nonprofits are helping people donate before the day comes.
Apr. 5, 2016
Cait Brennan
Valley musician Cait Brennan has been playing music for decades, but she only recently released her debut album, "Debutante," just before her 47th birthday.
Apr. 5, 2016
University of Phoenix Stadium
On the heels of one of the most exciting title games in history Monday night in Houston, the NCAA Men’s Final Four continues to head west toward Arizona next year.
Apr. 5, 2016
minimum wage
The Flagstaff Needs a Raise Political Committee has launched an effort to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2021.
Apr. 5, 2016
monsoon storm
The National Weather Service’s Phoenix office started offering occasional classes last month training non-meteorologists how to recognize a storm and how to properly pass the information along.
Apr. 5, 2016
Courtroom
Arizona has been through a number of city versus state conflicts of late, but they’re not especially unique.
Apr. 5, 2016
Arizona Capitol
Until this week, lawmakers recently had been voting on bills and sending them to the governor at a pretty steady clip.
Apr. 5, 2016
body camera
Mesa Police Officer Phillip Mitchell Brailsford was charged with the murder of an unarmed man last month. He was wearing a body camera when the shots were fired.
Apr. 5, 2016
A nun washes her hands at a free dining hall for migrants in Mexico.
The immigration crises in Europe and in the American Southwest have inspired powerful, polarized reactions.
Apr. 5, 2016
CityScape
The new 55,000-square-foot store is expected to be built on a current parking lot between Washington and Jefferson streets, between CityScape and Collier Center.
Apr. 5, 2016
grocery cart
Study found online grocery shopping has doubled in the past two years with one in five shoppers saying they recently bought groceries online.
Apr. 5, 2016
Gray wolf
The payment plan was developed by the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Council.
Apr. 5, 2016
Mexican gray wolf
Livestock producers can now submit an application to receive compensation for living in the presence of endangered Mexican Gray Wolves. The payment plan was developed by the Mexican Wolf/Livestock Council.
Apr. 5, 2016
President Obama
Arizona Senator John McCain is backing the legal brief, while Sen. Jeff Flake is not.
Apr. 5, 2016
quiz show logo
It’s almost time for the next episode of The Quiz Show! That’s when we bring back our resident quiz master and Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions winner, Leszek Pawlowicz.
Apr. 5, 2016
University of Arizona
Adia Barnes was the Pac-12 player of the year in 1997-1998. She went on to play 12 seasons in the WNBA.
Apr. 5, 2016

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