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Tucson is No. 19 in most innovative cities, according to a new study by Forbes. Read more» 2

Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio is criticizing a new Mexico tourism ad, saying it appears to threaten Arizonans. Read more» 1

The Supreme Court could end a lawsuit challenging Arizona tax credits for donations to private schools. Read more»

A singing frog lends a hand, er flipper, to Gov. Jan Brewer in her public relations battle over Arizona's new immigration law.

A singing puppet is helping Gov. Jan Brewer respond to criticism of Arizona's new immigration law. Read more» 6

Gov. Jan Brewer

Gov. Jan Brewer will launch a new task force designed to reverse tourism boycotts against Arizona in wake of the state's new immigration law. Read more» 2

About 68 percent of Americans oppose the boycotts against Arizona in wake of the state's new immigration law, according to a new poll. Read more» 4

Sam Behrend's tenure at Access Tucson will end on Saturday. Behrend, who has helmed Tucson's public access TV agency since 1987, was released from his contract by the organization's board Thursday night. Read more»

Erica Blasberg

As family and friends attended a memorial Wednesday for former Arizona Wildcat golfer Erica Blasberg, police seem no closer to revealing more information about her death. Read more»

A genetics group is criticizing Berkeley for asking incoming students to provide DNA samples to the university. Read more»

If Los Angeles wants to boycott Arizona over its new immigration law, they'd better get ready to do so in the dark, one official says. But that may be an empty threat. Read more» 5

Border crossing in Nogales.

Arizona's tough new immigration law apparently hasn't slowed the rate of illegal border crossers into the state. Read more»

The AARP says that manufacturer prices for brand-name prescription drugs commonly used by people on Medicare rose 9.7% for the year ending in March. Read more»

Homeland Security Janet Napolitano from a National Guard speech in September.

A speech by Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano at the Pomona College graduation drew demonstrators protesting Arizona's new immigration law. Read more»

Dozens of immigrant-rights supporters gathered outside Wrigley Field on Friday, calling on the Chicago Cubs to no longer hold spring training in Arizona. Read more» 1

Border security plan Operation Streamline is a "waste of taxpayer dollars," according to a study by the Warren Institute. Read more»

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