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 The neon “Open” sign in the window casts a weak glow across La Olmeca, which is quiet except for a couple of diners. Georgia Martínez rushes from the kitchen, where a TV is tuned to a Spanish sports channel, to bring beers and plates of Mexican food to the tables. She greets customers with …

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Severio Kyyitan was awoken one recent morning by a thunderous thumping that reverberated through the walls of his home.  

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A special expert is recommending to a federal judge that she override a state law that requires the Department of Corrections to farm out health care for inmates to private companies.

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The Arizona Department of Transportation and South Mountain Freeway developer Connect202Partners are quickly learning that good fences don’t make good neighbors in Ahwatukee.

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State health officials are slow at investigating reports of abuse and neglect at long-term care facilities to the point where residents may be put at risk, according to a new audit.