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The Arizona Republic
Missing Tucson man found after first 'Silver Alert' issued
Missing Tucson man found after first 'Silver Alert' issued Arizona's first-ever Silver Alert was issued Thursday for a missing Tucson man with dementia.
4 hrs ago
The Arizona Republic
Gov signs bill to raise accountability of trampoline parks
Legislators and family members gathered at the State Capitol Thursday morning to celebrate Governor Jan Brewer signing Ty's Law, or House Bill 2179, Gov signs bill to raise accountability of trampoline parks Legislators and family members gathered at the State Capitol Thursday morning to celebrate Governor Jan Brewer signing Ty's Law, or House Bill ... (more)
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Brewer signs Arizona's Blue Alert Law to catch dangerous criminals
A body was found on Mt. Lemmon. According to the Pima County Sheriff's Department hikers found the body on Wednesday.
Put death on hold
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Gov. Brewer appoints Maricopa County judge
Bustamante currently presides over cases as a court commissioner. She has also worked as a trial attorney and a deputy county attorney in the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
the Culture Wars are a Rout:
Here's Proof That the Anti-Abortion Movement Is Winning : Anti-abortion restrictions slowed down in 2014.
The Orlando Sentinel
Stop the suffering -- expand Medicaid
Florida has the dubious distinction of having one of the highest rates in the country when it comes to children without health-care coverage.
Most Americans See Unaccompanied Immigrant Kids As Refugees, Poll Says
Some 70 percent of Americans think the United States should provide temporary support and housing for unaccompanied Central American minors who illegally cross into the country while their cases undergo review, according to a poll released on Tuesday.
The Arizona Republic
Blue and Silver alerts ready in Arizona
Blue and Silver alerts ready in Arizona Electronic signs on the freeway will start displaying two new kinds of alerts similar to Amber Alerts.
Immigration leads Arizona governor's race issues
One candidate called for sending National Guard troops and to build fences on the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas to stem the tide of immigrants, and forwarding the bill to President Barack Obama.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Littwin: We're left with counting gasps
This is the modern story of the death penalty. It begins with a horrific crime and ends, 25 years later, with a botched execution, as the state proceeds using an untried combination of killing drugs.
Emergency system for officer killers coming soon
Arizona will soon be the 19th state to pass the Blue Alert System , an emergency alert system that helps broadcast information related to catching suspected police officer murderers.
Harvest Festival wins tourism award
From left: Jocelyn Monteverde, Bruce Brossman, Governor Jan Brewer, Gioia Goodrum, Stephen Pelligrini, Laurie Purcell, Jamie Casey and Sean Casey.
Elijah Cummings presses GOP governors on Medicaid expansion decisions
Rep. Elijah Cummings wants to know why some Republican governors have expanded Medicaid while others remain adamantly opposed to the key pillar of Obamacare.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Horne's legal issues cited in Arizona AG debate
Horne boasted of his record fighting the Obama administration in court and going after drug cartels, and said his legal problems were the result of attacks from the "liberal press."
In politics, all states are 'border' states
Iowa is more than 1,200 miles from the U.S.-Mexico line, but for political purposes this year, it has become something of a border state.
The Plain Dealer
Flawed Arizona execution must force another look at Ohio's death cocktail: editorial
This time the backdrop was a death chamber in Arizona. Condemned killer Joseph Rudolph Wood III took an hour and 40 minutes to die from lethal injection.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
FAQ: Why Arizona executions face scrutiny
FAQ: Why Arizona executions face scrutiny FAQ: Why Arizona executions face scrutiny Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1rK7XZK Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USATODAY.
A state-by-state look at 2014's attorneys general races
State attorneys general elections are almost always overshadowed by gubernatorial, Senate, and House races, but they are incredibly important.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Misplaced Mercy In Arizona Execution Drama
The state of Arizona executed double murderer Joseph Wood this week. The convicted killer was injected with a combination of lethal drugs that eventually caused his death; however, it took too long according to some observers.