A Duncan man accused of molesting and raping a 12-year-old girl in March 2020 has entered a plea agreement that guarantees that he serve some prison time.
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PHOENIX -- A new state law barring schools from imposing mask mandates on students and staff is unconstitutional…
PHOENIX -- Doug Ducey says there's no legal authority.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Graham and Greenlee counties continue to rise along with an incremental rise in vaccination rates.
Chandler’s former chief financial officer Patricia Walker spent well over an hour Friday teaching members of Duncan’s Town Council how to understand financial audits and statements and discussing the town’s FY20 finances.
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The vice president of a Tucson welding and fabrication has released a statement regarding last week’s death of an employee at Freeport-McMoran’s Morenci mine.
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Quick, name all of the parts of a cell! Can’t do it? Well, the seventh graders in Morenci can, thanks to a special partnership.