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  • Texas sheriff's deputy missing in Southwest rains, floods

    Texas sheriff's deputy missing in Southwest rains, floods
    Heavy rain was making its way through the Southwest Thursday, sparing southern Arizona, but hitting a good portion of New Mexico and Texas with a deep soaking from the remnants of Hurricane Odile.   The storm has led to flooding in the Austin, Texas,...
  • Woman dies in submerged car in record Arizona rain, widespread floods

    Woman dies in submerged car in record Arizona rain, widespread floods
    Record-breaking rainfall deluged parts of Arizona on Monday, prompting Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to declare a state of emergency as floodwaters led to one death, turned portions of a Phoenix interstate into a deep canal and forced the closure of dozens of...
  • Hillary Clinton teases, but doesn't tip her hand during speech at UM

    Hillary Clinton teases, but doesn't tip her hand during speech at UM
    – The one question on everyone's mind was the one she didn't answer. Hillary Clinton spoke for 62 minutes Wednesday evening without giving a clear indication of whether she plans to run for president in 2016. There were a few tantalizing...
  • Chan Lowe: Arizona's anti-gay bill

    Chan Lowe: Arizona's anti-gay bill
    This cartoon was already locked in and on its way to press by the time the news broke that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer had vetoed her state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, better known as the “anti-gay bill.” Her last-minute show of...
  • Countdown to Obamacare

    The countdown has started. In about 100 days, starting Oct. 1, millions of families across the nation will have an opportunity to enroll in health coverage through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. The full benefits of the law will...
  • Maryland's 'lawless sheriffs' are upholding our constitutional rights

    Maryland's 'lawless sheriffs' are upholding our constitutional rights
    State Del. Jon S. Cardin's recent commentary on Garrett County Sheriff Robert Corley is full of half truths and lies ("The lawless sheriffs of Maryland," June 17). Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio is not a laughingstock, and I challenge Delegate Cardin to...
  • California weighing cost of running federal programs during shutdown

    California weighing cost of running federal programs during shutdown
    SACRAMENTO — Facing the prospect of a prolonged federal government shutdown, Gov. Jerry Brown will soon need to decide if the state will shoulder the cost to keep running federal programs used by millions of Californians. State officials say...
  • A Great Opportunity To Cut Up State's Red Tape

    Connecticut has 15,000 pages of state regulations. A house-cleaning seems overdue. It's finally getting done, with the public's help. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered state agencies this week to look at regulations more than 4 years old. The agencies are...
  • In Ohio, Obamacare fight renewed as GOP governor and activists tussle

    In Ohio, Obamacare fight renewed as GOP governor and activists tussle
    It is the center of the political universe in presidential contests. And now the war over the nation’s new healthcare program has come to Ohio as well, with potential repercussions for the short- and long-term future of the state’s governor,...
  • Arizona parents sue state to treat son, 5, with marijuana extracts

    Arizona parents sue state to treat son, 5, with marijuana extracts
    TUCSON -- The parents of a 5-year-old Arizona boy are suing the state, seeking to treat their son’s seizure disorder with marijuana extracts under the state’s medical marijuana law. The American Civil Liberties Union filed the suit on behalf...
  • Apple abrirá una nueva planta de producción en Arizona

    Apple abrirá una nueva planta de producción en Arizona
    La compañía tecnológica Apple abrirá en Arizona una nueva planta para la fabricación de componentes de sus conocidos productos que generará en torno a 2.000 puestos de trabajo, según informó hoy la gobernadora de ese estado, Jan Brewer, en un comunicado....