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The jury at Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial deliberated for a third full day without reaching a verdict Thursday, while the judge banned MSNBC from the courthouse after a freelancer for the network was accused of following the jurors in their bus.

By Associated Press November 18, 2021
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Arizona legislators are taking stock of the potential impact of the state Supreme Court’s decision that lawmakers violated the Arizona Constitution’s requirements that subjects included in each piece of legislation be related and also be expressed in bill titles.

By Associated Press November 13, 2021
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The Arizona Court of Appeals on Tuesday rejected another request by Cyber Ninjas to avoid turning over records related to the consulting firm's review of the 2020 election on behalf of the state Senate.

By Associated Press November 9, 2021
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A long line of Flagstaff Wildland Firefighters stood on the edge of the Tunnel Springs Trail, a portion of the Flagstaff Urban Trail System on top of Observatory Mesa.

By ADRIAN SKABELUND, Arizona Daily Sun November 9, 2021
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The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously upheld a lower court judgment that found the Republican-controlled Legislature violated the state constitution by including new laws banning school mask mandates and a series of other measures in unrelated budget bills.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press November 3, 2021
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President Joe Biden has picked a career prosecutor to be the top federal law enforcement officer in Arizona.

By Associated Press October 28, 2021
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A judge on Tuesday told lawyers that he will likely rule that a new Arizona law that prevents a majority of civilians from serving on police oversight panels is unconstitutional.

By Associated Press October 26, 2021
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A Black judge went too far discouraging Black residents from avoiding jury duty when one of them cited religion as a reason he should be excused from serving in a trial, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.

By Associated Press October 21, 2021
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Texas can continue banning most abortions after a federal appeals court rejected the Biden administration’s latest attempt to stop a novel law that has become the nation’s biggest curb to abortion in nearly 50 years.

By PAUL J. WEBER, Associated Press October 15, 2021
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A jury in Arizona has convicted a U.S. Air Force airman in the disappearance and death of a Mennonite woman who was living in New Mexico.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press October 14, 2021
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A judge has blocked Arizona from collecting $1.1 million from the city of Flagstaff to compensate for its minimum wage that is higher than the state's rate, ruling that the state missed a deadline for the assessment and was stretching a law targeting higher voter-approved city wages to collect its indirect costs.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press October 12, 2021
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No one saw Sasha Krause being taken from a Mennonite community in northwestern New Mexico where she worked in the publishing ministry, dominated in card games and ping pong, and where her poetry became song.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press October 9, 2021
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The attorney for a U.S. Air Force airman accused of killing a Mennonite woman grilled a ballistics expert who concluded that a bullet taken from the skull of the victim matched a rifle the airman owned.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press October 9, 2021
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An appellate court decision says Arizona's state constitutional protections for crime victims don't prevent prosecutors from conducting pretrial interviews of victims who object.

By Associated Press October 7, 2021
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A judge in Phoenix on Monday was weighing whether the Legislature's decision to charge the city of Flagstaff $1.1 million this year because city voters raised its minimum wage is legal.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press October 5, 2021
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The Arizona Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling that found new laws banning schools from requiring masks and a series of other measures were unconstitutional.

By BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press October 2, 2021
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The former director of the Colorado River Building Industry Association has been accused of embezzlement.

By BRANDON MESSICK For the Miner October 2, 2021
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The judge said the law’s criminal provisions were likely unconstitutionally vague, explaining it’s unclear at what point in the process doctors can be deemed to be aware that fetal genetic abnormality exists.

By Associated Press September 29, 2021
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