FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2014, file photo, Arizona Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich waves to supporters at the Republican election night party in Phoenix. Brnovich said Friday, July 26, 2019, that Arizona is poised to resume executions after a five-year hiatus brought on by an execution that critics said was botched, a subsequent lawsuit challenging the way the state carries out the death penalty, and the difficulty of finding lethal injection drugs. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)
Mark Brnovich Announces Bid for US Senate. Here’s What He Did as Arizona’s Attorney General

Sen. Mark Kelly’s term ends in 2022, and Arizona Republicans have already begun scrambling to challenge him for Sen. John McCain’s old seat.

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Show Dad You Really Care by Shopping Father’s Day Gifts at One of These Locally Owned Arizona Shops

Need a last-minute Father's Day gift? Check out one of these 10 independently owned stores in Arizona.

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Here Are 9 Family-Friendly Ways to Beat the Summer Heat in Arizona

Now that COVID-19 vaccines are widely available, Arizonans can take advantage of their newfound immunity and enjoy the things you missed last summer!

A woman feeds a baby as people wait in line to receive new school supplies, including new athletic shoes donated by Foot Locker, at Fred Jordan Missions on Skid Row, on September 28, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Fred Jordan Missions, which feeds over 100 people experiencing homelessness daily, hosts the annual event with Foot Locker. They donated new sneakers and other school supplies to more than 3,000 underprivileged and homeless children this year.
How Arizona’s Racial Wealth Gap Could Close With Biden’s Latest Proposal

The average wealth of white families in 2016 was over $700,000 higher than that of Black and Latino families.

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Arizona Near Top of States for Bills Aimed at Voting Rights, Limits

Arizona Republican lawmakers introduced the third-highest number of voting restriction bills this year. Arizona lawmakers, who began the year with one of the highest number of voting restriction bills in the nation, are winding down a legislative session in which it appears only a few of those bills will survive. But that doesn’t mean voting rights activists...

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Latino Voters Played a Huge Part in Arizona’s Democratic Swing in 2020 Election

“All this stuff that worked right in Arizona, it was because of Latino consultants, Latinos on the ground and Latinos at the state level.” Democrats looking to win the Latino vote should take their cues from Arizona, which was held up as a “shining example” of how it’s done by the author of an election...

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Doctors Wish to Avoid Another Surge With End of COVID in Sight

COVID-19 cases may have reached a plateau after a deadly two-month surge, but experts caution that that does not mean the pandemic is under control.