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Key dates and essential information for Arizona’s Primary Election

Here is a list of your most frequently asked questions with answers.

Scorching heat in the US Southwest kills three migrants in the desert near the Arizona-Mexico border

The U.S. Border Patrol reported Friday that the bodies of two men, ages 44 and 18, and a 17-year-old girl were found in the desert.

Community aid groups, local leaders react to US Supreme Court homeless encampment decision

The Supreme Court ruled Friday on Gates Pass vs. Johnson, saying anti-camping bans were not cruel and unusual punishment, even when homeless people have no other place to go.

ASU and UCLA launch Latino Data Hub Action Lab to empower, educate policy advocates

New initiative harnesses census data to inform policies impacting Latino communities in Arizona.

Activists submit 17,000 signatures urging closure of uranium mine near Grand Canyon

Groups like the Sierra Club, Center for Biological Diversity along with Tribal members say the mine risks drinking water.

PACC calling for temporary foster homes in preparation for Fourth of July

Individuals that foster a large dog for two weeks can receive $5 a day.

AZ doctors can perform later-term abortions in emergencies, AG says

Mayes clarified the exceptions to Arizona law in an opinion released Thursday.

The Buzz: The coming state budget has its critics

Worries about shorted funding, misallocated funds and existing problems cause concern for some.

Homeland Security says border arrests fall more than 40% since Biden's halt to asylum processing

Border Patrol’s average daily arrests over a seven-day period have fallen below 2,400 from before President Joe Biden’s proclamation took effect June 5.

Arizona authorities are investigating theft of device that allows access to vote tabulators

“This is not your average theft,” Maricopa County Sheriff Russ Skinner said at a news conference in Phoenix.

Alex Meruelo backing out of ownership of Coyotes after land auction shelved, AP source says

Meruelo's decision to walk away from the franchise comes four days after the Arizona State Land Department announced it was canceling an auction for a 110-acre tract of land in north Phoenix that had been targeted for a new arena.

Immigration rising issue among Latino voters in Arizona

A new poll finds that immigration and the border are rising priorities among Latino voters in Arizona and other swing states that could play an important role in the November elections.

Does Arizona have enough water?

Phoenix-area cities are spending big to make sure it does.

Abortion rights will play a big role this election, VP Harris says at Phoenix event

Harris told a crowd of hundreds Monday that access to IVF and contraception, and possibly same-sex marriage, are now at risk because of former President Donald Trump

Former UA student sentenced to life for professor's murder, victim's family calls for gun reform

Murad Dervish will serve life in prison with an additional 14 years for other charges.

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