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Frank Milstead, director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, joined other public officials who said they were “well prepared” to keep people safe during President Donald Trump’s first visit to Arizona since he was elected.

Local law enforcement leaders, school officials and businesses are bracing for President Donald Trump’s visit to Arizona on Tuesday, with public officials saying they are calmly working to avoid violent clashes between supporters and counter-protesters expected to clog downtown Phoenix. Read more»

An open carry sign posted at the entrance to the DoubleTree Hotel in Austin on Dec. 21, 2015.

The state's handgun license holders, who previously had to keep their firearms concealed, can now carry them openly. Across Texas, law enforcement officials, city leaders and business owners are bracing for lawsuits. Read more»