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KJZZ reported that in the race for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board, there were 14 non-partisan candidates running for five open seats on the 15-member board.

The votes have been cast, the election is over and the people have spoken. But what does it all mean?

Election Day is finally here.

Arizona Capitol Times reported that Gov.

The Arizona Republic reported that before the harsh reality of the Great Recession soaked in, bold visions of a 40-story skyscraper rivaling downtown Phoenix's Chase Tower was envisioned i

The opportunity for students to vote on, or near, campus could be a major step to encouraging younger voters to get to the polls.

Arizona Capitol Times reported that candidates for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District board aren’t likely to be the subject of many headlines.

Arizona Capitol Times reported that if Lake Mead’s levels dip too low, Arizona could lose about a seventh of its annual water allotment to the Central Arizona Project, which supplies much

The Arizona Daily Star reported that while Arizona had a record-breaking voter turnout at the primary election in August, the highest in the state’s history, it would be a mistake to assum

Arizona Public Media reported that representatives from the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission and Arizona State University's Morrison Institute have studied the

The Arizona Republic reported that with a deadline approaching for Arizona to finish a deal that would divvy up Colorado River water deliveries, negotiations are proving difficult with poi

KJZZ in Phoenix reported that a new study in the Journal of American College Health found that Millennials were stressed out after the 2016 presidential election.

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