Stories tagged: "gallego"


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Communities Demand Solutions on Cops and COVID. Leaders Don’t Have Many Answers.

Cities were already grappling with the impact of COVID-19 when protests brought demands to address the fractured police relationship with their communities.

Arizona National Guardsmen disembark from military vehicles near the Arizona Capitol on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, in Phoenix, where there have been several days of protests over the death of George Floyd, who died May 25 after being restrained by Minneapolis police.
Hundreds More National Guard Troops Descend on Arizona After Trump’s Call for Violence Against Protesters

Lawmakers say Trump's call for "an overwhelming law enforcement presence" will only lead to more violence against protesters.

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Sen. McSally Said Cities Are Mismanaged. Here’s How Arizona Mayors Responded.

A coalition of mayors are asking McSally to break with Mitch McConnell and reject plans that would allow municipalities to go bankrupt.

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Domestic Dispute Ends in Shootout: Officer and Suspect Both Killed

The injured officers were taken to a nearby hospital and are reported to be in stable condition.

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More Shelter Beds in Phoenix and Trans Ban Moves Ahead: Your News Today

Phoenix tackles homelessness; Ducey takes on patrols at the border; and trans ban approved by state House. It's news you can use.

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It’s Been Three Years Since Sen. Martha McSally’s Last Town Hall Appearance

A local group is hosting an empty chair town hall for McSally, where Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego will answer questions on her behalf.