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Mark Syms, an Arizona Senate candidate whose petitions contained hundreds of apparently forged signatures, will not appear on the Nov. 6 ballot.        ... [Read More]
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Arizona water laws do not allow the state to plan long term. If you value your faucet and your home's value, that must change.      ... [Read More]
The Arizona Supreme Court sided with state water regulators in a case that clears the way for thousands of homes to be built near the... [Read More]
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"I've been in tears several times already this morning. I'm very sad about it." [Read More]
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A proposed desert housing development opponents fear will drain the last free-flowing river in Southern Arizona can be move forward, as the Arizona Supreme Court... [Read More]
The Arizona Supreme Court has given the go-ahead to new development in and around Sierra Vista even if it could dry up the San Pedro... [Read More]
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A proposed housing development that opponents say will dry out one of the Southwest's only free-flowing rivers can take shape after the Arizona Supreme Court... [Read More]
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The Arizona Supreme Court has given the go-ahead to new development in and around Sierra Vista even if it could dry up the San Pedro... [Read More]
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Mark Syms, an independent candidate for the state Senate, cannot appear on the ballot in November. [Read More]
The Latest on a water rights case in southern Arizona (all times local): 10:15 a.m. The Arizona Supreme Court has sided with a proposed development... [Read More]
The Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to rule on a lawsuit involving water usage for a proposed 7,000-home development near one of the Southwest's only... [Read More]
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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Mark Syms, an independent candidate for the state Senate, cannot appear on the ballot in November. [Read More]
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