Gage Skidmore

Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation banning cities and towns from requiring groups that spend money in elections from being required to disclosure their donors.

Most in-state undergraduate students attending Arizona's three public universities won't see tuition increases in the next school year.

FBI

The FBI has released some new photos and video from its investigation of the 2011 shooting in Tucson that left six people dead and 13 injured, including former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords.

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The Interior Department is backing down from a plan to impose steep fee increases at popular national parks in the face of widespread opposition from elected officials and the public.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared most of Arizona a primary natural disaster area due to drought conditions. It comes as farmers in the region grapple with dry weather projected to continue through the spring. KNAU’s Justin Regan has more.


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Arizona's Republican governor is embracing President Donald Trump's announcement that he wants to deploy the military along the border with Mexico and is consulting with officials in Washington on how the state National Guard could help.

Jake Bacon

My Brothers, Our Sisters, is a new photography exhibit at the Flagstaff Medical Center. It centers on the work of the Northern Arizona Volunteer Medical Corps in Haiti, a country hit hard over the last decade by natural disasters. The photos depict the lives of Haitian hospital workers, patients and children. They were taken by Flagstaff-based photographers, Jake Bacon and Michael Collier, who is also a doctor.  This morning/today, they talk about the responsibility that comes with taking photos of tragedy. 


FEWSION

When we sit down to dinner, it’s easy to forget where our food comes from, besides the local grocery store. But understanding the source-to-consumer pipeline for key resources is crucial in planning for disruptions and natural disasters.

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Legislation that would fulfill Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's plan to boost school safety is expected to include $11 million for additional school police officers.

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The Arizona state legislature signed off on a plan to allow Arizona public schools to display the English translation of the state motto — "God Enriches" — despite concerns that the signs might blur the line between church and state.

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