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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Address to Congress: "Yesterday, Dec. 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy - the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan." Read more»

Videos of the USS Arizona, past and present. 1,177 members of the crew of the USS Arizona were killed as the battleship exploded and sank during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. The bodies of more than 900 remain entombed in the vessel, which serves as a memorial for all who died during the attack. Read more»

Kolbe in 2017.

Jim Kolbe, a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives who served Tucson and Southern Arizona from 1985 to 2007, died Saturday at the age of 80. Read more»

COVID transmission is back at "high" levels across Arizona, and local hospitals are being filled up with flu and RSV cases as well, prompting Pima County to issue a public health advisory about the "tripledemic" of respiratory infections. Read more»

Kris Mayes at a September election forum.

Democratic candidate Kris Mayes has narrowly won the race for Arizona attorney general, beating Trumpist Republican Abe Hamadeh by 510 votes as the final batches of votes were counted. The race is headed for an automatic recount. Read more»

Smoky conditions from a prescribed burn in the Santa Catalina Ranger District.

A plume of white and gray smoke was rising from the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson on Tuesday, the result of planned burns by the Coronado National Forest. Read more»

Catherine Ripley speaking at a PCC Veterans Day event last week.

Citing a need to care for her elderly mother, Catherine Ripley is resigning from her seat on the Pima Community College Governing Board. Read more»

Hobbs speaks at Planned Parenthood in Tucson during the early days of her campaign.

Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs will win the race for Arizona governor, beating Trumpist Republican Kari Lake as the final batches of votes are counted, the Tucson Sentinel projects. Hobbs is leading by about 20,000 votes, and Lake doesn't have enough running room to make up that ground. Read more»

Juan Ciscomani cheers after winning the August primary to become the Republican candidate for Arizona’s Congressional District 6.

Republican candidate Juan Ciscomani will win Arizona's CD 6 congressional seat, the Tucson Sentinel projects, beating Democratic candidate Kirsten Engel by about 3,500 votes with only as many as 10,000 votes remaining to tally in parts of three counties. Read more»

Adrian Fontes during  debate for the Democratic nomination for secretary of state on May 28.

Democrat Adrian Fontes will defeat Republican candidate Mark Finchem in the Arizona secretary of state race, the Tucson Sentinel projects. Fontes is leading 53-47 in the latest vote count, and has widened his lead. Read more»

Eli Crane

Flipping a seat to the Republicans, Eli Crane has won the CD 2 congressional district that stretches across much of Northern and Eastern Arizona. Democratic incumbent Tom O'Halleran conceded the race after it became apparent Thursday night that he had no path to victory. Read more»

U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly, speaking at an election night event at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson.

U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly has won re-election, with the Democratic incumbent widening his lead over Republican challenger Blake Masters as votes continue to be counted in the Arizona Senate race, the Tucson Sentinel projects. Read more»

After running them through a vote-counting machine, an election worker gathers ballots at the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center on Thursday, when more than 500,000 statewide still needed to be counted.

There are still more than 500,000 ballots to be counted from Tuesday’s elections — including 114,000 in Pima County and more than 300,000 in Maricopa County — but officials insisted they are still on schedule to complete the count. Read more»

Rep. Rep. Andrés Cano

Rep. Andrés Cano, a Tucson legislator, was elected to head the Democratic caucus in the state House of Representatives on Thursday. Read more»

Pima County Recorder Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, left, and Elections Director Constance Hargrove gave a virtual press conference Wednesday afternoon.

About 160,000 ballots remain to be counted in Pima County on Wednesday, among about half a million still to tally across Arizona, as many races remain too close to call. Read more»

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