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Native American nations, Arizona sign new gaming compact

Eight Arizona tribal leaders and Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday signed an agreement regarding a 14-year-old gaming compact.

Arizona activists raise funds for Dakota Access Pipeline protesters

SCOTTSDALE - According to the Navajo teachings Sam Anderson learned as a child, water is sacred.

Latinos: Arpaio defeat, Trump victory a ‘double-edged sword’

PHOENIX - Excitement. Relief. Fear. Determination.

Nogales sees huge turnout, voters cite economy and immigration issues

NOGALES, Ariz. – The so-called Latino sleeping giant awoke in Nogales, a U.S. border town where voters said the stakes are unusually high.

Arizona’s Election Day a mix of high turnout, enthusiasm and frustrating problems

Arizona's Election Day was a mix of computer problems, long lines, frustration and enthusiasm as state races and a divisive presidential campaign drew high numbers of voters to the polls.

Will Arizona’s Latino voters sway the 2016 election?

PHOENIX - On a recent Saturday morning, Viri Hernandez’s kitchen buzzed with urgent energy.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s lawyer calls contempt charge ‘political’

PHOENIX - Two weeks before the toughest election in his 24-year career, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was charged Tuesday with criminal contempt of court.

AZ officials build mock teen bedroom to expose hidden signs of drug addiction

PHOENIX – It seems like a normal room: There’s a can of hairspray by the mirror, a red trash can by the desk, an extension cord plugged into the wall and a teddy bear wearing a tie-dye shirt on the bed.

Poll: Arpaio trails Penzone, AZ voters oppose border wall and deportations

PHOENIX - Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio trails his Democratic opponent Paul Penzone by almost 15 points, according to an Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News poll released Thursday.

Tribal leaders want more input in pipeline, road projects

Lake Michigan to Catherine Hollowell and her tribe isn't just a vital source of clean water.

Memory fragments: Giant puppets tell of loss of Tucson Latino neighborhood

TEMPE - Four giant puppets towered over the stage.

American DREAMer: Once undocumented, Latina activist is a citizen

PHOENIX - Seven years ago, when she graduated from Arizona State University with an engineering degree, Dulce Matuz couldn't get an engineering job.