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Legislation that greatly expands the rights of parents to know anything their children tell a teacher or school counselor and allows them to sue if information is withheld is headed to Republican Gov. Doug Ducey's desk.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press April 26, 2022
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Authorities were investigating the crash of one of two planes that were part of a Red Bull stunt in which two pilots attempted to swap planes in mid-air over the Arizona desert.

By Associated Press April 25, 2022
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As Prescott City Council members see it, the Prescott Regional Airport and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University are critical links in filling the needs in an ongoing worldwide pilot shortage.

By CINDY BARKS, For the Miner April 23, 2022
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A judge in Phoenix has dismissed lawsuits seeking to disqualify three Republican lawmakers from this year's ballot because they participated in or helped organize the Jan. 6, 2021, rally in Washington that led to an unprecedented attack on Congress.

By Associated Press April 23, 2022
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Maggie Mulligan said her dogs could sense the panic as she and her husband packed them up and fled a fast-moving wildfire barreling toward their home in northeast New Mexico as they agonized over having to leave their horses behind.

By FELICIA FONSECA and SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press April 23, 2022
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Federal labor officials have asked a judge to force Starbucks Corp. to reinstate three union activists at its Phoenix location, alleging that the coffee giant engaged in unfair labor practices, documents show.

By Associated Press April 23, 2022
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An 18-year-old Phoenix man who was driving a SUV involved in a head-on Arizona freeway collision that killed three people and reportedly involved human smuggling activity has been arrested, authorities said.

By Associated Press April 23, 2022
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The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday chose one of the three Republicans running to replace former County Attorney Allister Adel to temporarily fill her post, a move that gives longtime prosecutor Rachel Mitchell incumbent status and a leg up in August's GOP primary.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press April 23, 2022
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Arizona's Republican House speaker on Thursday was named one of five recipients of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage award for his refusal to consider overturning the 2020 election results despite massive pressure from former President Donald Trump and his supporters.

By Associated Press April 23, 2022
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Republican Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is joining with Republican Party officials to sue Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in an escalation of a dispute over the election procedures manual she is required to complete.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press April 23, 2022
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The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the state's voters do not have the right to reject a massive income tax cut approved by the Republican-controlled Legislature and Gov. Doug Ducey last year.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press April 23, 2022
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Firefighters working to keep more homes from burning on the edge of a mountain town in northern Arizona were treated to scattered showers and cooler temperatures early Friday, but the favorable weather was not expected to last as more ferocious winds were forecast to batter parts of Arizona and all of New Mexico through the weekend.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press April 22, 2022
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For another person in another country at another time, the case might have been a minor matter: an American citizen detained at an airport for allegedly possessing a cannabis derivative legal in much of the world.

By ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press April 21, 2022
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A prisoner scheduled to be executed in three weeks in what would be Arizona’s first use of the death penalty in nearly eight years will die by lethal injection and not in the gas chamber – a method that hasn’t been used in the United States in more than two decades.

By Associated Press April 21, 2022
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Attorneys representing two Republican congressmen and a GOP state House member running to be Arizona’s top election official urged a judge in Phoenix Wednesday to dismiss lawsuits that allege they are ineligible for the November ballot because they participated in or helped organize the Jan. 6, 2021, rally in Washington that ended with an unprecedented attack on Congress.

By Associated Press April 21, 2022
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Lisa Wells looked out the window of her home office and saw a plume of smoke.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press April 21, 2022
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More than eight decades after a sacred baptismal font mysteriously disappeared from a historic Catholic church in Caborca, Mexico, two Prescott men were successful in their years-long mission to return the vessel to its rightful home.

By CINDY BARKS, For the Miner April 21, 2022
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A mother charged with conspiring to kill her children, her estranged husband and a lover's wife refused to enter a plea to murder and other charges on Tuesday, prompting an Idaho judge to enter a not guilty plea on her behalf.

By Associated Press April 20, 2022
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Arizona may lose the authority to oversee its own workplace safety program because of a pattern of ignoring federal directives involving COVID-19 protection, employer penalties and other issues, the Biden administration said Wednesday.

By Associated Press April 20, 2022
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An Arizona wildfire doubled in size overnight into Wednesday, a day after heavy winds kicked up a towering wall of flames outside a northern Arizona tourist and college town, ripping through two-dozen structures and sending residents of more than 700 homes scrambling to flee.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press April 20, 2022
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Arizona is flush with cash but lawmakers are weeks into an impasse over the coming year's state budget and now looking at unusual solutions to try to break the logjam.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press April 19, 2022
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Migrants attempted to cross the U.S.-Mexico border at the highest level in two decades as the U.S. prepares for even larger numbers with the expected lifting of a pandemic-era order that turned away asylum seekers.

By BEN FOX, Associated Press April 19, 2022
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Arizona remains on track, at least for now, to use the death penalty for the first time in nearly eight years in an execution in which a condemned prisoner is being given the option of being put to death by the gas chamber – a method that hasn't been used in the U.S. in decades.

By JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press April 19, 2022
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A fast-moving wildfire in rural northern Arizona ballooned to over 3 square miles Tuesday as winds whipped the flames, shut down a major highway and grounded aircraft that could drop water and fire retardant.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press April 19, 2022
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A suspect in the shooting of a Phoenix police officer and the subject of a manhunt for more than three days has been arrested.

By Associated Press April 18, 2022

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