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Deadline nearing to register for Arizona primary

Arizonans have less than a week to register to vote in the state’s Aug. 26 primary election.

House GOP: Send National Guard, speed migrant removals 

House Republicans want to slash President Barack Obama’s emergency spending request for the border, speed young migrants back home to Central America, and send in the National Guard.

Supreme Court allows Arizona execution to proceed

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed an Arizona execution to go forward amid a closely watched First Amendment fight over the secrecy surrounding lethal injection drugs in the country.

The turning tide?

An autodial poll of 411 high-efficacy Republican primary voters shows Ducey and Jones neck-and-neck, with the former GoDaddy executive edging out the treasurer by a nose.

New report says Arizonans pump the brakes on car use, ride transit more 

Arizonans have been driving less, walking more and riding public transit in high numbers in recent years, according to a report issued by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund.

New report says Arizonans pump the brakes on car use, ride transit more 

Arizonans have been driving less, walking more and riding public transit in high numbers in recent years, according to a report issued by the Arizona PIRG Education Fund.

Sparks fly at Republican gubernatorial debate 

The six Republican gubernatorial candidates argued about illegal immigration, the K-12 education standards known as Common Core and economic development in a televised debate Monday.

State money spent on empowerment scholarships nearly doubles 

There will be almost double the number of students from last year starting the new school year in a program that provides public money for private schools.

Return of the deficit: a budget nightmare on Washington Street 

If Freddy Krueger were visiting Arizona’s treasury instead of terrorizing teenagers’ dreams, he would be clawing, burning and plunging it into another nightmare of billion-dollar proportions.

Doing your own dirty work

Ducey today launched the first candidate-run attack ad of the gubernatorial campaign, hitting Jones for what his campaign deemed “phony” promises regarding border security. “In her TV ads, Christine Jones talks tough on immigration. Jones says she’ll secure the border and make the federal government pay the bill. But Jones is caught on camera admitting that’s not true,” the ad says, followed by footage of Jones talking about her plan to send the federal government an invoice for her border security plan, which she has said will cost about $270 million.