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The Arizona Republic reported that Federal Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman has drawn a line in the sand for Arizona and other Western states to finish a deal to take less water from

The New York Times reported that on the country’s southern border, New Mexico Democrats broke the Republican hold on a House seat that had endured for 37 years, like several other moderate

Don Henninger, executive director of the Scottsdale Coalition of Today & Tomorrow, shared his opinion in an editorial in the Scottdale Independent that Scottsdale residents have instal

Arizona Horizon reported that Arizona lawmakers and the governor are under the gun to come up with a Drought Contingency Plan.

Vanguardia Arizona reported that while the number of Latino votes cast in Arizona and across the nation is growing significantly, major barriers to boosting Latino turnout persist.

The Payson Roundup reported that Rim Country schools continue to cope with the ongoing teacher shortage, despite recent pay raises.

The San Tan Times reported that Expect More Arizona commissioned its annual statewide public opinion survey of 600 likely Arizona voters and for the fourth year in a row, results show that

KJZZ's The Show reported that a survey of the ongoing teacher shortage in our state shows gaping vacancies within the 211 participating school districts and charter schools throughout Ariz

KJZZ reported that one of the items Arizona Gov.

The Arizona Republic reported that days after he retired for the second time from the U.S. Senate, Jon Kyl is back to work again for a Washington, D.C.-based law and lobbying firm.

“ASU research has purpose and impact,” states one of the eight design aspirations of Arizona State University.

The Arizona Republic reported that with nearly 400 kids on a waitlist, the state sits on $56 million in federal aid.

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