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The mayor of Superior is urging members of Congress to reject a bill that would kill plans for a huge copper mine in the area.

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Arizona’s top state prosecutor has sued the Biden administration over what he says were “environmentally disruptive” decisions to halt border wall construction and change immigration policies.

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The Arizona Department of Health Services today announced it is recommending a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

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The Arizona Legislature late Monday approved a key part of a plan that will provide new opportunities for gambling at casinos owned by Native American tribes and for the first time allow sports betting both on and off reservations.

The Senate approved a bill passed last month by the House, sending it to Gov. Doug Ducey who negotiated the package and urged lawmakers to approve it.

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An Oregon man has been arrested for starting a small wildfire last Friday in a forested area near Blue Ridge.

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing the federal government claiming the Biden-Harris administration’s decision to stop wall construction along the U.S.-Mexico border violates the federal National Environmental Policy Act.

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President Joe Biden is nominating two people who criticized Trump-era immigration policies for key roles at the Department of Homeland Security. 

  

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Mass Vaccination Site Slated For Flagstaff

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Before this month, Mike Payne was constantly switching among his many hats — legal, accounting, business consulting.

But now that his accounting firm has been approved by the Arizona Supreme Court as one of the first alternative business structures in the state, that is in the process of changing.

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