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Anthony Nitz, who is joining the Army as a military police officer, said the Partnership for Youth Success program will help him fulfill his dream of working in civilian law enforcement.

On Thursday, the Arizona Department of Transportation held a ceremony where they joined the Partnership for Youth Success, which helps match those entering the Army with job opportunities after their service. Read more»

Sen. Al Melvin, R-Tucson, says it is 'blatantly unfair' for the federal government to hold so much land in Western states, which is why he’s sponsored a bill that would take back some of that land in Arizona.

There are at least two measures currently being considered in Arizona that would let the state tell the federal government to buzz off. Read more»

Fumbling for your wallet during a traffic stop could be a thing of the past if a state lawmaker has his way. He's proposed doing away with paper and plastic in favor of a tap on a smartphone. Read more»

The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Thursday that could affect traveling in southwest Arizona. Read more»

Arizona Department of Transportation officials say they will replace old signposts on Interstate 19 with new ones measured in imperial distances. Read more»

A picture of the movable secondary mirror during its installation in the Arcetri lab. The image shows the 672 tiny magnets spread over the back of the mirror. The reflecting face of the mirror is face down. The upper portion contains the electro-mechanical devices that control the magnets.

Fulfilling decades of promise, the international Large Binocular Telescope on Mount Graham is now capable of delivering the sharpest images of the universe ever taken. Read more»