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U.S. Justice Dep't will monitor Arizona primary

U.S. Justice Department monitors will be in Maricopa County to observe Tuesday’s primary election to ensure that the state complies with the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which makes sure changes to election laws don’t have racist or discriminatory effects.... Read more»1

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Election preview: What races should you watch?

Commentators John Munger and Paul Eckerstrom, plus Lou Sampson, who serves in Green Valley with the Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers, and a look at foster care in Pima County with Jill LaBrie, a recruiter with CASA, and Michaela Luna of the Foster and Adoptive Council.... Read more»

El Paso’s violent crime rate belies top ranking as safe city

In El Paso’s Lower Valley four granite disks hold the names of more than 1,500 victims of violent crime, a memorial linking the shattered lives of thousands who have witnessed how this city is not as safe as everyone believes.... Read more»


3 reasons Brewer's order to stall DREAMers will hurt Az

While a close reading of Brewer’s order reveals that much of it is redundant to current law, this mean-spirited initiative from America’s most famously anti-immigrant governor will likely further tarnish the image of the Grand Canyon State while harming its economy.... Read more»2

Feds release deferred action application tips

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services released a list of tips Monday for those applying for deferred action status, along with a video on the process.... Read more»

Mexican drivers may avoid tolls on El Paso highway

El Paso is facing an unusual problem as it prepares for its first toll road. Drivers without electronic toll tags will be sent a bill in the mail for using the road, and some are wondering if Mexican drivers will get a free ride.... Read more»

Az delegates to GOP convention not worried about storms

The threat of a hurricane may have upended the schedule for the Republican National Convention, but the coming rains did not appear to worry Arizona delegates as they arrived in Tampa this weekend.... Read more»2

Lawmakers forced to choose between primary and GOP convention

Primary season has already done what hurricane season is only threatening to do: Driven some party members away from next week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.... Read more»

Mayor: ASU partnership has rejuvenated downtown Phoenix

A $25 million recreation center expansion funded by student fees advances a collaboration with Arizona State University that has helped rejuvenate downtown, Mayor Greg Stanton said Friday.... Read more»

J.C. Scott: Primary countdown; supervisor candidates Carroll & Miller

Interviews with Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll, who’s running for reelection, plus KVOI’s Doug Martin and Ally Miller, a Republican candidate for supervisor in District 1.... Read more»

4 county roads still closed by rains

About 30 Pima County roadways remain affected by recent rainstorms, and four are still closed Friday afternoon. Here’s the list:... Read more»

Sun Link streetcar

Broadway (finally) reopens downtown - still temporarily

Broadway between Church and Stone avenues downtown reopened Friday afternoon, after rain delayed repaving work. The street will be open temporarily as engineers halt streetcar work to redesign a new sewer line in the area.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Job creation: Should Tucson be more like Phoenix?

The Friday Focus spotlights the CEO of the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Mike Varney. Then, it’s the Reporters’ Roundtable featuring Mark B. Evans of the TucsonCitizen.com and Dan Shearer of the Green Valley News. Plus, the Weekend Watch.... Read more»

Texas checkpoints deter illegal immigrants seeking abortions

Illegal immigrants who live in the Rio Grande Valley and are seeking an abortion after 16 weeks face a hurdle beyond Texas’ strict laws. They must make a long drive north and face internal border checkpoints.... Read more»

Phoenix gathering input on general plan update

Submitting ideas online, community forums and impromptu public events are just some of the ways that residents of the nation’s sixth-largest city will be able to add their voices to the upcoming general plan update.... Read more»

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