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‘There Is More to It:’ Shelter Worker on Phoenix’s Growing Tent City

More than 600 people stay in downtown Phoenix's homeless shelter every night—and hundreds more sleep in tents on the streets surrounding the shelter.

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‘Big Lie’ Proponent Abe Hamadeh Accuses Democratic Party of Running Elections ‘Like Saddam Hussein’

The Republican candidate for Arizona attorney general also described policy that addresses climate change as "frightening" and repeatedly referenced the "deep state" conspiracy theory.

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Arizona Museum Exhibit Marks End to de Kooning Painting Saga

Nearly 40 years after the 1955 oil painting worth millions was brazenly stolen from an Arizona museum, the masterpiece is finally back home and ready to be shown.

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Abortion Is Now Illegal in Arizona in Almost All Cases. Here’s How We Got Here.

More than 90% of Arizonans oppose the state’s current abortion ban, a law that had until now been blocked by the 1973 Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade.

Here Are the Changes Made to Arizona Unemployment Since the Pandemic Began

Changes have been made to Arizona's unemployment system, but Rep. Mitzi Epstein said there's still more to be done to make sure it'd be ready for another crisis. 

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A First-Timer’s Guide to Buying Recreational Weed in Arizona

Are you canna-curious? Here's everything you need to know before stepping inside your first dispensary.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, left, the Democratic nominee for governor, and Kris Mayes, a Democrat running for attorney general, speak to reporters outside the Arizona Attorney General's Office in Phoenix on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Jonathan J. Cooper)
Democrats Condemn Arizona Abortion Ruling

Democrats are speaking out after Pima County Judge Kellie Johnson allowed an 1864 Arizona territorial law banning most abortions to go back into effect Friday. 

Sharleen Kakalewska prepares to cut a client’s hair on Aug. 30, 2022, at the Human Services Campus in downtown Phoenix. Kakalewska volunteers with the Church of the Palms, United Church of Christ, which provides free showers, haircuts and hygienic products. (Photo by Drake Presto/Cronkite News)
Growing Unsheltered Community in Phoenix Receives Help From Project Connect

Project Connect is a program in Phoenix that provides resources like medical and housing assistance, and helps individuals acquire proper identification.