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  • Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes’ office has opened an investigation into the Arizona Department of Education over claims it approved school voucher expenses that didn’t comply with state law. In its first phase, Phoenix’s Project REDUCE helped nine restaurants keep more than 30,000 pounds of food waste out of landfills. On Monday, members from Arizona’s congressional delegation introduced legislation before the House and Senate to settle the outstanding water claims of three federally-recognized tribes, including the Navajo Nation. Plus the latest metro Phoenix, Fronteras Desk and politics news.
  • Arizona lawmakers sent a proposal to the ballot that will ask voters to give state law enforcement the power to arrest undocumented immigrants. Proponents of a citizen initiative that would institute "open primaries" in Arizona say they’ve submitted more than enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. A new study shows that the new uranium mine near Grand Canyon National Park has pumped millions of gallons of toxic water since it opened last year. Plus the latest metro Phoenix, education, business and health news.
  • Uranium has affected everyday life on the Navajo Nation through food, particularly sheep, and mutton is a staple in Diné society. Arizona Republican Sen. Jake Hoffman —indicted as a so-called “fake elector” for his role in trying to get former President Donald Trump re-elected in 2020 —wants his indictment dismissed. Arizona’s governor vetoed a bill aimed at stripping power at the University of Arizona away from faculty and giving it to the president and Board of Regents. Plus the latest Fronteras Desk, business, and metro Phoenix news.
  • Attorney General Kris Mayes wants to block the state from using funds obtained from settlements with pharmaceutical companies to balance the state budget. The Arizona Autism Charter Schools network opened a new job training center Tuesday. A rattlesnake wrangler wants you to think differently about snakes. Plus the latest in business, Fronteras Desk and metro Phoenix news.
  • After a sweeping 34-month investigation, the U.S. Justice Department says it has found severe violations of federal law and the Constitution committed by the Phoenix Police Department. The Appropriations Committee in the Arizona House advanced the 16 bills that make up a new state budget. A neighborhood in Tucson was once the final resting place for thousands of residents. Plus the latest business, education, tribal natural resources and Fronteras Desk news.
  • Controversial border security legislation will appear on Arizona ballots this fall after Republicans in the Arizona House of Representatives approved the…
  • High temperatures bring pricey utility bills and added strain on air conditioners, but there are resources out there to help Arizonans keep their homes…
  • This week, we examine the politics of water in Arizona. A border security ballot measure advanced through the Arizona Senate Wednesday with amendments…
  • Arizona officials have called Medicaid fraud one of the biggest scandals in state history. A Phoenix City Councilwoman is upset over her colleagues’ moves…
  • On Wednesday, Republican lawmakers in the Arizona Senate advanced legislation that would give state and local law enforcement the power to enforce…