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By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
In Arizona, firefighters are battling a wildfire on the northern outskirts of Flagstaff that has forced evacuations in the same area as another springtime blaze.
By Paul Davenport, Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
An Arizona man convicted of killing a college student in 1978 has been executed after a nearly eight-year hiatus in the state's use of the death penalty brought on by a previous execution critics say was botched and the difficulty…
In our news wrap Thursday, winds are expected to intensify as firefighters battle a growing wildfire outside of Flagstaff, Arizona. The World Health Organization said today that global COVID-19 cases dropped by nearly a quarter last week. And the total…
In our news wrap Wednesday, Arizona’s Tunnel Fire doubles in size overnight, forcing hundreds to evacuate. The Justice Department will appeal a judge’s order striking down a federal mask mandate for transit after the CDC says it is necessary for…
An Arizona wildfire doubled in size overnight after tearing through two-dozen structures and forcing the evacuation of more than 700 homes.
By Sean Murphy, Associated Press
Republican governors in Arizona and Oklahoma have both signed bills into law that prevent transgender girls and women from competing on female sports teams.
By Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
Arizona has long been fertile ground for a social conservative agenda, with some of the nation's toughest laws against abortion and a history of restricting LGBTQ rights.
The bill already passed in the state Senate and with Thursday's vote, Arizona appears poised to join a growing list of Republican-controlled states trying to restrict transgender rights.
The GOP's request would upend the election procedures used by 90 percent of voters in a battleground state that will be crucial to determining which party controls the U.S. Senate after the 2022 election.
By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
The Supreme Court waded into a political clash Wednesday between the Biden administration and Republican-led states seeking to defend a signature Trump-era immigration rule that the new administration has abandoned.
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