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Arizona tops list of states with largest education cuts since 2008

19 Jul

Arizona is at the top of the list of states with the largest cut in K-12 and higher education funding…

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Study: Arizona No. 43 in voter turnout

19 Jul

Voter participation is eroding across the U.S. and the situation in Arizona is a crisis, according to a study by…

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Meet the Most Influential Women of 2018

18 Jul

You wouldn’t know it by looking at Az Business magazine’s list of the Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for…

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Migrant foster program may relaunch in Phoenix

17 Jul

Kelly Eckhoff tearfully remembers her time as a foster parent for children picked up at the border. “It didn’t matter…

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As fentanyl overdoses rise, cartels are eager to funnel more through Arizona

16 Jul

Despite significant seizures of fentanyl over the past year, the lethal synthetic opioid keeps pouring into the country across Arizona’s…

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The Most Influential Women of 2018

5 Jul

You wouldn’t know it by looking at Az Business magazine’s list of the Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for…

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Mesa welcomes 325 new citizens on Fourth of July

5 Jul

Mesa hosted its annual Celebration of Freedom Festival for Fourth of July on Wednesday, complete with food, music, art, fireworks…

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Federal Arbitration Act: Pros and cons of Supreme Court decision

3 Jul

In a polarizing recent decision, on May 21, 2018, the United States Supreme court upheld the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA),…

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Burton Barr Central Library set to reopen

8 Jun

Nearly a year after flood damage closed the Burton Barr Central Library, it will reopen June 16 with a party…

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Congress gives ‘right to try’ drug bill final OK

24 May

When Brophy College Preparatory student Diego Morris needed a life-saving experimental treatment that was not available in the United States,…

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