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Cochise County Supervisor Peggy Judd, and social media posts and messages about the January 6 Trump rally and subsequent march on the U.S. Capitol.

A Cochise County supervisor deleted her Facebook profile and is facing calls to resign after she touted conspiracy myths and posted about her participation in the Jan. 6 march on the U.S. Capitol that became a deadly insurrection. Read more»

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels, speaking during a Senate hearing in 2015.

Despite recent protests across the nation and state over "stay at home" orders, law enforcement officials in Southern Arizona say they have found little need to enforce COVID-19 pandemic-related restrictions. Read more»

One of the units at the Arizona State Prison Complex - Lewis.

Arizona prison officials are prepping storage buildings as potential coronavirus wards, as guards — 300 of whom are on sick leave already — worry about possible outbreaks, and ADOC's policies shift day-by-day. Read more»