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Pair of $1 million Powerball tickets sold in Arizona
Two $1 million Powerball tickets were sold in Arizona over the weekend, easing the disappointment for at least two who tried their luck at the record $590.5 million grand prize.
Sun May 19, 2013
Why We've Opened Our Doors For Polygamy USA
Claude Cawley is a spiritual leader in Centennial Park, Arizona. He has a Doctorate degree in Education from the University of Utah.
Air Force Times
Reforms unveiled for Arizona National Guard
The Arizona National Guard's top officer has unveiled more than a dozen reforms as the organization wades through sexual abuse, drug trafficking and abuse of power allegations.
Donation allows Phoenix gun buybacks to continue
Organizers of the Phoenix gun buybacks say they have received an anonymous donation of $100,000 to continue the effort.
Buckle up Arizona ... it's the law
In an effort to save more lives on Arizona's roadways this month, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety is partnering with the Yavapai Sheriff's Office and local law enforcement agencies to enforce Arizona's seat belt and child safety seat laws.
Sat May 18, 2013
Silver City Sun-News
Arizona officer, Silver City native, killed in the line of duty, buried at Fort Bayard
Arizona Department of Public Safety Officer Tim Huffman, who grew up in Silver City, was killed in the line of duty Monday when his patrol car was struck by a tractor-trailer tanker truck on Interstate-8 near Dateland, Ariz., 65 miles east of Yuma, Ariz.
To some, compromise is more important than party loyalty
An Arizona Senate battle over expanding Medicaid revealed a fractured Republican majority that is likely to be exposed next in the House of Representatives.
The Daily Courier
Judge lets immigrant license policy stand
A judge on Thursday refused to halt Gov. Jan Brewer's order that denies driver's licenses for young immigrants in Arizona who have gotten work permits and avoided deportation under an Obama administration policy.
Arizona State Parks
Accepting Grant Applications for the Off-Highway...
ARIZONA STATE PARKS: For Immediate Release Managing and conserving Arizona's natural, cultural and recreational resources for the benefit of the people, both in our Parks and through our Partners.
Arizona State Parks
Last Chance to Experience a Family Campout at Patagonia Lake State...
At the Family Campout, families will share wonderful mother's day memories on the lake.
Jeff Flake voted against background checks, now says he supports them again
Last Month, it was reported by this column that Senator Jeff Flake had sent a hand-written letter to the mother of a shooting victim promising that he would support expanded background checks as written in the Manchin-Toomey bill, then voted against it.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Arizona Republic
Scottsdale woman gets life in prison for husband's death
A Scottsdale woman will spend the rest of her life in prison for killing her husband, dismembering his body and dropping pieces of it in at least three counties.
Post and Courier
Stopping the slaughter of guns
As hard as it is to believe, Arizona has a pro-gun bill, the likes of which hasn't even surfaced in South Carolina's gun-loving General Assembly.
Ar EssayTHE Sum of All Politics
BRADENTON, Fla., Jan. 10, 2011 -- It was just about this time last Sunday night when I tuned into WFLA 970-AM here in Tampa Bay to hear George Noory and got Bill Cunningham instead.
More immigrant felons freed than initially reported
Under pressure from lawmakers, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has disclosed new details about the criminal backgrounds of some of the approximately 2,200 immigration detainees let out of custody in February.
Most Mystical Places in the World
An intrepid traveler always happens to look for places that offer something beyond sunny beaches and cool mountains.
AZ drought conditions intensifying
Spring is typically the driest time of year in Arizona, and the lack of rainfall over the last two months has caused our drought to worsen.
The Miami Herald
Problems surface over Ariz.'s 2007 immigration law
In this Nov. 1, 2011 photo, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio speaks to the media after his deputies conducted a raid at a printing company in Phoenix, arresting six suspects out of 17 they were allegedly looking for.
Thu May 16, 2013
DPS: 1 killed in collision on Loop 202
DPS spokesman Carrick Cook said a man was pulled over and standing outside his car when he was hit and killed by an SUV.
Senate begins debating $8.8B budget
Democrats are jostling for millions of dollars for education and social service funding during what will likely be a long struggle Thursday as the Arizona Senate began debating an $8.8 billion state budget proposal drafted by majority Republicans.