Stories tagged: "Maricopa County"


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Tempe Teen Death Ruled a Homicide, Report Says, But Police Officer Will Not Face Charges

A medical examiner report ruled Antonio Arce's a homicide, but the officer who shot him won't face charges.

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Aunt Chilada’s Normally Throws a Cinco de Mayo Rager. But This Year It’s ‘Corona de Mayo.’

The restaurant usually hires 25 bartenders for its annual Cinco de Mayo party. This year, staff will be sending the margaritas home.

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How Maricopa County Could Change The August Primary Election

Election officials in Maricopa County are proposing to open 75 to 100 “vote centers” where registered voters can cast ballots over a two-week period.

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Photos: This Is What Tempe, Phoenix, and Scottsdale Look Like During COVID-19 Social Distancing

With the social distancing stay-at-home order in place, Gov. Doug Ducey said Arizona will reopen its economy when it's "safe to do so."

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Court Overrules Maricopa County Recorder’s Proposed Election Changes

Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes' plan to mail out more ballots before Tuesday's election was just shot down in court.

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Trial Postponed For Former County Official Accused of Human Trafficking

Former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen was arrested last year on more than 60 felony charges across three states, including Arizona.

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Maricopa County Says Its New Equipment Is Ready For Upcoming Election

Maricopa County says its new voting and counting devices are good to go for the upcoming Presidential Preference Election.