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Sen. John McCain says farewell

Sen. John McCain wrote a farewell letter to “my fellow Americans” and “especially Arizonans,” thanking them for the privilege of serving them, expressing his love for the country and voicing his hope that citizens’ love of country will triumph over “challenging times.”


Joe Biden, McCain children, Larry Fitzgerald to speak at senator’s Arizona memorial

Former Vice President Joe Biden, a longtime friend and colleague, will speak at the Arizona memorial service for Sen. John McCain. Arizona residents also will be able to say goodbye at a Wednesday viewing in the Capitol rotunda.


In the sports arena, John McCain also packed a punch

John McCain had a large impact on the Arizona sports community, but the senator's reach in the sports arena was felt around the country.


As elections near, interest in schools fades for some campaigns

WASHINGTON - When Arizona teachers walked out of their classrooms in April to demand more funding for schools, it forced the issue of education into the headlines. Three months later, those headlines appear to be a distant memory to some campaigns.


A tale of two towns: Puerto Ricans rebuild with hope for brighter future

This is a tale of two Puerto Rican communities, 8 miles apart – separated by winding roads but divided by more than geography.


House OKs harassment bills in wake of charges against Franks, others

WASHINGTON - The House gave final approval to measures aimed at protecting congressional workers from sexual harassment. It comes just two months after the abrupt resignation of Rep. Trent Franks, R-Glendale, in the face of a harassment investigation.


Couples, small businesses adjust as Arizona wedding costs top $25,000 mark

PHOENIX — As wedding prices rise in the Valley, Arizona couples and small businesses juggle costs, trends and constantly evolving technology.

Elegant Barn indoor reception area

Mexico seeks edge with high-tech ‘Agroparks’

COLON, Queretaro, Mexico - On 700 acres of what looks like industrial park lies is could be Mexico’s farming future – Agropark, government-backed high-tech greenhouses that use high-tech methods to grow specialized products for export.


Mexicans work to reclaim corn as their own

QUERETARO, Mexico - NAFTA has battered small Mexican farmers, but plans to renegotiate the trade pact have prompted a grassroots and political push here to reclaim a trade that was once at the heart of Mexico.


Navajo, other tribes call land-use bill a step in the right direction

WASHINGTON - Tribal leaders backed a House bill Wednesday that would give tribes the ability to control more of their land, instead of having to get federal approval for virtually any use.


Antique dealers see controversial African-American memorabilia as part of history

MESA – Visitors to antique shops on Main Street in Mesa will see stores crammed with primarily benign American memorabilia. A 19th century record player, a vintage 1990s Barbie, or a campaign button promoting Richard Nixon for president line the shelves.


Court overturns re-entry conviction for man arrested in Nogales port

WASHINGTON - Rosario Vazquez-Hernandez was washing windows of cars waiting at the Mariposa Port of Entry, as he did most days, when Border Patrol agents grabbed him on charges that he was attempting to re-enter the U.S. illegally in 2014.