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President Barack Obama's administration said Thursday that 1,200 National Guard troops will remain on watch for drug traffickers and illegal immigrants in Arizona and other states neighboring Mexico ...

Sept. 7, 2011 10:32 AM The Republic | azcentral.com Queen Creek's tight finances have prompted the town to consolidate its services for residents at one location. The move was partly prompted by ...

by Ginger Rough - Sept. 6, 2011 01:30 PM The Arizona Republic Arizona must continue to provide health-care benefits to the partners of gay and lesbian government workers, at least for the time ...

by Daniel González - Sept. 6, 2011 12:00 AM The Arizona Republic As Friday prayers began, three men wearing long linen robes hurried through the parking lot and headed for the front door of the ...

by Srianthi Perera - Sept. 5, 2011 11:28 AM The Arizona Republic In a multitude of ways ranging from installing monuments and museum exhibits to enacting plays and enhancing the state's geography ...

WASHINGTON - The Federal Election Commission voted Thursday to let Rep. Gabrielle Giffords use about $2,200 in campaign funds for security improvements at her Texas home. Ruling that the January ...

COTTONWOOD – The wine-tasting room at Page Springs Cellars and Vineyard bustled with tourists from all over the country on a recent weekday, including Patricia Ramirez and Richard Morales of ...

PHOENIX (Thursday, August 25, 2011) -- Attorney General Tom Horne today filed lawsuit against the federal government for an injunction and a declaratory judgment that the portion of the Voting Rights ...

by Peter Corbett - Aug. 21, 2011 12:00 AM The Arizona Republic Jesse Hooker Davis is the seventh generation of his family to work the Sierra Bonita Ranch in the upper Sulphur Springs Valley of ...

by David M. Brown - Aug. 20, 2011 07:22 AM Special for The Republic In the past year, business has been on the uptick for Southeast Valley roofers. The devastating October 2010 hailstorm, which ...