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Phoenix falls off list for 2016 Democratic convention

Arizona’s capital has been pulled from the list of cities under consideration to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Still on the list are New York, Philadelphia and Columbus, Ohio.... Read more»

Pima's McLaughlin & Gershman named ACCAC Players of the Week

The Pima Community College women’s and men’s basketball teams swept the ACCAC Division II Player of the Week awards on Monday.... Read more»

Court: Az must give driver's licenses to Dreamers

Thousands of young adults known as “Dreamers” may be able to get driver’s licenses in Arizona after a federal appeals court rejected Monday a request by the state for a new hearing. In doing so, the full 9th Circuit affirmed a July ruling that Arizona illegally denied licenses to those who fall under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.... Read more»

5 things gov't whistleblowers say you must know

The U.S. government sees Americans as ‘the enemy’ and other common sense advice in the Snowden era.... Read more»

Barber sues to add more ballots to CD 2 vote count

Attorneys for Ron Barber filed a lawsuit in federal court Monday morning, alleging that ballots in Arizona’s CD 2 race were improperly rejected. Last week, Barber asked county and state officials to delay the canvass of the election and include more votes. The Democrat trails challenger Martha McSally by just 161 votes, and has claimed between 133 and 167 ballots should be added to the count.... Read more»1

Texas AG: Obama's immigration order violates Constitution

Minutes after President Obama doubled down on his promise to change the country’s immigration system through executive action, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott made a vow of his own: Expect a lawsuit from Texas. But some legal experts doubt that Abbott, the governor-elect, can successfully challenge the president’s order, which he says he plans to do in federal court... Read more»

Analysis

Exiled priest accuses Vatican of heresy

Father Roy Bourgeois has spent the better part of his 76 years like a polemical Don Quixote, tilting against the powerful windmills of his time: the U.S. military, Latin American dictatorships, the State Department, federal courts — and now the Vatican.... Read more»

U.S., Az universities set foreign student enrollment records

While the number of foreign students enrolled in U.S. colleges rose 8 percent in the last year, schools in Arizona more than kept pace, with international enrollment growing by 16 percent. Arizona’s 15,442 foreign students ranked it 18th among states.... Read more»1

Aztec women's soccer receives sportsmanship award at Nationals

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team received an award following the completion of the NJCAA National Tournament on Saturday.... Read more»

Barber presses SoS on uncounted ballots

Attorneys for Ron Barber wrote to Secretary of State Ken Bennett, asking him to delay the statewide election canvass. Both Pima and Cochise counties declined Barber’s requests to review more ballots. The Democrat trails Republican challenger Martha McSally by just 161 votes, and claims 167 ballots should be added to the count.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcat soccer

No. 1 Texas A&M beats UA soccer 7-2

The Aggies ended the Wildcats’ season, winning the match 7-2. Arizona finished with a 11-8-2 record while Texas A&M advanced to the Sweet 16. “We ran into a really good team tonight,” coach Tony Amato said. “They were firing on all cylinders and it felt like everything they shot in the first half went in.”... Read more»

Sanctuary cases have new future after Obama address

While President Obama pressed Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform during a speech in Las Vegas on Thursday, attorney Margo Cowan was planning new legal pathways to blunt deportation orders for the two people now in sanctuary at Tucson churches.... Read more»

Feds confirm gray wolf is roaming north of Grand Canyon

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials announced Friday that they’ve got the straight poop on an animal seen near the Grand Canyon, confirming that a gray wolf from the Northern Rockies is making a home near the North Rim. While biologists were unable to capture the wolf for testing, DNA analysis of the wolf’s scat showed that she is a member of the endangered species.... Read more»3

Tucsonans join chorus of protests over 43 missing Mexican students

More than 150 people gathered in front of the Mexican consulate in downtown Tucson on Thursday to protest the disappearance of 43 students from a teacher’s college in Mexico.... Read more»

Cochise rejects Barber call to delay canvass, count more ballots

Cochise County joined a move by Pima County earlier in the week, rejecting a request Thursday by Rep. Ron Barber to delay a vote to approve the canvass of the election, a move that would give the Democrat more time to make a case for adding some rejected ballots to the count.... Read more»1

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