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Family remembers father of 4 shot and killed in Phoenix park

Search continues for Flagstaff man after wife swept away at sea in Mexico. NAU professor Yeon-Su Kim was swept away while kayaking in Mexico, but her husband, Corey Allen, hasn't been found. Katie Hobbs sues Cochise County after refusal to certify election results. Updated: 1 hour ago. |. Katie Hobbs...

Rural Arizona county refuses to certify election after delaying

PHOENIX (AP) — Republican officials in a rural Arizona county refused on Monday to certify the 2022 election, despite no evidence of anything wrong with the count, amid pressure from prominent Republicans to reject results showing Democrats winning top races. State election officials have said they will sue Cochise...

Wind and warm temperatures with rain on the way

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — A low pressure system up north is bringing Southern Arizona more wind and possible rain at the end of the week. Saturday and Sunday will have the highest chance of isolated showers in Tucson and Sierra Vista. The wind will continue with gusts around 5...

Another warm week with chilly overnight lows

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Southern Arizona enters another week with high temperatures in the 70s in Tucson and mid to upper 60s in Sierra Vista. The slight breeze will continue through the middle of the week with overnight lows in the 40s and 50s in Tucson and 30s and 40s in Sierra Vista.

Two Arizona counties throwing 2022 election process into doubt

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Both Cochise and Mojave counties, both Republican strongholds, have thrown the Arizona election process in doubt. Neither county has certified the 2022 general election results charging there were irregularities in Maricopa County. “I believe this election was conducted within the legal requirements of all...

Sierra Vista gets grant for new homeless project

Help to the homeless has gotten a boost with the City of Sierra Vista and the Better Bucks of Sierra Vista being awarded $52,250 from the Arizona Department of Housing’s Homeless Service Grant. The grant funds will be managed by Better Bucks of Sierra Vista, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization...

Second Arizona County Delays Election Certification in Protest

Mohave County has become the second Arizona county to delay certification of the November midterm elections after Cochise County did the same on Friday. In a Monday meeting, the Republican-controlled board of supervisors in Mohave were split on the vote to certify, with some members calling their vote a political statement to protest Election Day hiccups in Maricopa County, like printer malfunctions that Republicans have used as a scapegoat for their losses. The board did, however, vow to certify the election by the Nov. 28 deadline. Arizona law says that counties don’t actually have the power to reject election results or refuse to certify. After Maricopa County, the state’s most populous county, finished counting its ballots, the Republican candidate for state attorney general, Abraham Hamadeh, was trailing Democrat Kris Mayes by just 510 votes. That race will go to a mandatory recount after all 15 counties and the secretary of state certify the election. Democrat Katie Hobbs defeated Kari Lake in the gubernatorial race, and Democrat Mark Kelly was re-elected senator.Read it at Associated Press

Two Arizona counties delay certification of 2022 election results

Two rural Arizona counties have voted to delay certifying their ballot canvasses as some in the GOP claim voters were disenfranchised. Cochise County, a Republican-leaning area in the state’s southeastern corner, delayed its certification on Friday after three conspiracy theorists claimed the county’s vote-counting machines were not properly certified.