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Kari Lake at a 2022 campaign event in Tucson.

The Arizona Supreme Court rejected six of the seven claims that failed gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake made in her bid to have the court overturn her election loss and remanded the signature verification claim back to the trial court for reconsideration. Read more»

Tucson City Manager Mike Ortega is asking for the council's direction to help guide an RTA process beset by minor hiccups.

The process for developing a post-2026 transportation plan for the Tucson region is starting to hit some bureaucratic snags and City Manager Mike Ortega is asking the City Council to weigh in on them. Plus more in local government meetings this week. Read more»

The No. 7-seeded Aztecs women's basketball team fell in the NJCAA Division II national quarterfinals to No. 2 CCBC-Essex 89-75 on Wednesday. Sophomore Luisa Chavez (Rio Rico HS) scored a game-high 21 points to go along with eight rebounds and four assists while sophomore Matehya Aberle (Holbrook HS) had a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds.

The Pima College women’s basketball team battled with the Community College of Baltimore County on Wednesday for a chance to go to the NJCAA Division II tournament final four. The No. 7-seeded Aztecs fell behind in the third quarter and battled in the fourth, but fell 89-75 to the No. 2-seeded Knights. Read more»