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Public housing has been privatized in some Arizona cities

At least two Arizona cities – Eloy and Williams – have outsourced to private companies their public housing authorities, which disburse federally funded housing assistance to low-income residents.... Read more»

Police in rural Az communities say they won’t enforce Ducey’s curfew

The curfew that Gov. Doug Ducey imposed in response to looting in Scottsdale on Saturday night won’t be quite as statewide as he intended, with at least two rural Arizona police departments announcing that they won’t enforce it.... Read more»

Officials call for Grand Canyon closure to help stem coronavirus spread

Arizona lawmakers joined local and tribal officials Tuesday calling on the Interior Department to reverse its “reckless” decision to keep Grand Canyon National Park open during the COVID-19 pandemic. ... Read more»

Old West history helps corral Az tourists — and not just in Tombstone

The history of railroads, miners, outlaws and cowboys have made Arizona emblematic of the American West. But the state’s Old West history is not just a romantic tale; it's a history that’s been preserved in a variety of ways, some more authentic than others, and a legacy that continues to help many cities and towns prosper.... Read more»

ME: Dever intoxicated, not wearing seatbelt during fatal rollover

Cochise County Sheriff Dever had a blood-alcohol level over the legal limit and wasn't wearing a seatbelt when he rolled over the pickup he was driving on a Northern Arizona dirt road Sept. 18, a medical examiner said Friday.... Read more»

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Emergency-action plans lacking for some Arizona dams

Some Arizona dams considered to pose high or significant risk to people, property or the environment don't have updated emergency action plans on file, as required by law.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats basketball

UA's blowout ends 5-game skid vs. ASU

Arizona ended its five-game losing streak Saturday against Arizona State, shutting down the first-place Sun Devils 79-58.... Read more»