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Vital Crossing Between Mexico and Arizona Set to Reopen This Week

The border crossing in a remote Arizona community was a passage for thousands of workers, families and businesses in the…

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Don’t Flee the American Southwest Just Yet

This summer, when the temperature hit 110 degrees Fahrenheit or above in Phoenix for

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Arizona Legislators Must Testify About Voting Laws, Supreme Court Rules

Two Republican lawmakers had argued that they could not be questioned about their motives for supporting the laws, which require…

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In Arizona, Bad Feelings About the Economy Sour Some Voters on Biden

The White House has hailed new investments and new jobs, yet many voters in a battleground state are chafing at…

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Arizona Supreme Court Turns Down Kari Lake’s Appeal in Her Election Lawsuit

The justices refused to hear Ms. Lake’s claims disputing her loss in the governor’s race, but sent one part of…

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California, Stop Parching Your Neighbors

LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA — If the Colorado River continues to dwindle from the same arid trend of the…

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As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain

The seven states that rely on the river for water are not expected to reach a deal on cuts. It…

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Arizona Doctors Cannot Be Prosecuted Under 1864 Abortion Ban, Court Says

The old law prohibited most abortions; the appeals court backed the state’s newer law that allows abortions at up to…

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Arizona Is in a Race to the Bottom of Its Water Wells, With Saudi Arabia’s Help

Arizona’s water is running worryingly low. Amid the worst drought in more than a millennium, which has left communities across…

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Arizona Agrees to Dismantle Border Wall Made From Cargo Containers

Gov. Doug Ducey agreed to remove the barrier after the Biden administration sued, accusing the state of trespassing on federal…

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