Some Arizona students with disabilities are being forced to graduate high school too early
Thousands of high school seniors across Arizona celebrated graduation season this past month, grinning in caps and gowns for proud families. But for some Arizona students, the end of high school can — and, legal experts say — should — wait.
Arizona Supreme Court rejects Republican push to make early voting illegal
Arizonans will be able to continue to vote early despite efforts by the Arizona Republican Party to have the practice declared illegal. The Arizona Supreme Court on Friday rejected arguments by state Rep. Alexander Kolodin (R-Scottsdale).
The Valley dresses up, geeks out for Phoenix Fan Fusion
Despite triple-digit heat this weekend, costumed characters descended on downtown Phoenix for the annual Fan Fusion gathering. Fans of Stars Wars, comic books and anime were part of the eclectic crowd.
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Southern Arizona cities and Cocopah Tribe receive $25M for border security
Gov. Katie Hobbs on Friday spoke in Somerton, Arizona, to announce over $25 million dollars in border security funding for the Cocopah Indian Tribe and cities of Yuma, Somerton and Wellton.
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Horne says hes using administrative funds to advertise school vouchers
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne says he’s been using some of the money set aside to administer Arizona’s school voucher program to advertise it.
Pima County restricts dog intake as diseases surge
Pima County’s animal shelter is limiting the intake of dogs for a week, beginning Saturday. The shelter is trying to stop a surge of infectious disease.
The speed limit was lowered on a stretch of Interstate 17. Heres why
Arizona transportation officials recently lowered the speed limit to 65 mph on a stretch of Interstate 17 undergoing major work. State troopers are also upping patrols of the highway improvement project between Anthem Way and Sunset Point.

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Robert Kennedy was killed 55 years ago. How should he be remembered?
On June 5, 1968, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was gunned down in a hotel in Los Angeles. Kennedy, a presidential hopeful who was memorialized as a liberal icon, was complicated and contradictory.
Norma Hunt, wife of the Kansas City Chiefs founder, dies at 85
Norma Hunt was the only woman who has attended every Super Bowl, including the Chiefs' February win, the third in franchise history.
A man searches desperately for his nephew, who is missing after India's train crash
Nitam Roy, a construction worker and a father of two, was on one of the trains that crashed in India's eastern state of Odisha. His uncle is hoping he can at least find some trace of his nephew.
With few MDs practicing in rural areas, a different type of doctor is filling the gap
The number of doctors of osteopathy is surging, and more than half of them practice in primary care, including in rural areas hit hard by doctor shortages.
He took away the country's top AAA rating in 2011. He ended up fearing for his life
John B. Chambers led the team at ratings agency S&p that decided to downgrade the country's AAA rating in 2011. It was a big decision, and it took a personal toll — but he has no regrets.
The St. John's United Methodist Church first caught fire in February 2022. It had still been holding services in the parking lot as the sanctuary was being renovated when the second fire broke out.