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Once sports gambling becomes legal in Arizona on Sept. 9, fans can walk up to places like the FanDuel Sportsbook at Footprint Center, or they can bet from home on apps.

Saturday presented another milestone for Arizonans interested in placing bets on sporting events: online pre-registration - as betting organizations including DraftKings and FanDuel launched their Arizona sites, with sports gambling in Arizona going live on Sept. 9. Read more»

Ted Vogt, in a 2010 file photo.

Ted Vogt, a former Tucson lawmaker, was pushed out as director of the Arizona Corporation Commission over concerns about a conflict of interest. His wife has been working for a PR firm for Arizona Public Service, a utility regulated by the state panel. Read more»

Former Tucson lawmaker Ted Vogt will be stepping down as the chief of operations for Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey later this month. Vogt and Annie Dockendorff, a spokeswoman for the governor, recently announced that they plan to be married. Read more»

Pima Community College can't enroll military veterans in federally sponsored programs for at least 60 days. State officials imposed the penalty after two federal reviews found problems in the school's record-keeping procedures. Pima's chancellor acknowledged the college "clearly dropped the ball." Read more»

An interview with the Director of Arizona Veterans Affairs Ted Vogt. Then, Shelly Fishman had the Tuesday Money Maker Report. Also, Dr. Robert Hendricks, Buckmaster contributor on education. Plus, the every-other-Tuesday Arts Report with Dan Gibson, editor of the Tucson Weekly. Read more»

An interview with former state Rep. Ted Vogt, the new director of the Arizona Department of Veterans Services. Next, financial planner Shelly Fishman had the Tuesday Money Maker Report. Plus, Visit Tucson's new effort to attract more visitors to Southern Arizona, while Tucson Weekly Arts Editor Margaret Regan had the every-other Tuesday Arts Report. Read more»

Former Tucson-area legislator Ted Vogt has been appointed director of the Arizona Department of Veterans Services, Gov. Jan Brewer announced Tuesday. Vogt, a former Air Force intelligence office, lost a bid for reelection to the state House in November. As Veterans Services director, he replaces Joey Strickland, who resigned after hiring former GOP legislator Terri Proud as an assistant. Read more»

An interview with LD 10 candidate Rep. Ted Vogt (R). Then, financial planner Shelly Fishman, and a debate between Board of Supervisors candidates Tanner Bell (R) and Sharon Bronson (D), the District 3 incumbent. Read more»

State House candidates for LD10 and LD14 will debate Wednesday evening in the last legislative debates between Southern Arizona candidates hosted by the Clean Elections Commission. Read more»

Jesse Lugo and Father Robert of St. Margaret's Church, plus GOP state House LD10 candidate Ted Vogt and Dave Sitton on Wildcat football. Read more»

An interview with state Rep. Ted Vogt. Also, Mia Hansen talks about this October's Tucson Meet Yourself, and Beth Ford, Pima County treasurer, discusses her re-election campaign. Read more»

Today on Buckmaster - We talk with state Rep. Ted Vogt, certified financial planner Shelly Fishman, the Planetary Science Institute's Mark V. Sykes, and folklorists Big Jim Griffith and Maribel Alvarez. Read more»

Today on Buckmaster - An analysis of Daniel Patterson's resignation with Sarah Garrecht Gassen of the Arizona Daily Star and state Rep. Ted Vogt, then Chase Bank's Patricia Feeney and education contributor Robert Hendricks. Read more»


The House Ethics Committee is recommending that a special investigator look into allegations against Rep. Daniel Patterson, D-Tucson, faces four misdemeanor counts of domestic violence stemming from alleged altercations with a former girlfriend. Read more»

Angel Lopez, a second-year medical student from Yuma, Ariz. said the funding the University of Arizona would receive from this bill would help move the medical program forward.

A Tucson lawmaker is seeking a $15 million appropriation that he says would allow the University of Arizona’s medical, pharmacy and public health programs in downtown Phoenix to turn out more health care professionals. Read more»

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