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It has a mission-style design, with groundbreaking set for October.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

State advocates on both sides are willing to consider the proposals.  

  • The Associated Press

GILBERT, Ariz. — A newly constructed, 195-foot Mormon temple southeast of Phoenix has opened its doors.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Hundreds are expected to spruce up Tucson parks this weekend.

  • Submitted Photo Mamta Popat

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  • RENDERING BY KERRY NIESEN

The Mormon temple could be located on 71/2 acres the church owns near where Ina Road bends into Skyline Drive. But the church says a final dec…

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

The likely site of Tucson's first Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple is in the Catalina Foothills, near where East Ina Road cu…

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Christy Ivie, wife of slain Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie, carries daughter Raigan, center, and follows the casket out of the LDS meetingh…

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Nicholas Ivie

  • MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Mounted Border Patrol agents flank the hearse carrying the body of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie, who was a member of the horse patro…

  • MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The tamed mustang "Mouse" that Nicholas Ivie rode in the Border Patrol walked with an empty saddle and Ivie's boots in the stirrups. A horse-l…

  • BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Nicholas Ivie's brother, father and other family members were among the many at the funeral. Ivie died Tuesday when he was shot in what federa…

  • Brady McCombs Arizona Daily Star

SIERRA VISTA - Slain Border Patrol agent Nicholas Ivie died in a "beautiful" area he knew well, his brother told mourners Monday at the agent'…

Slain U.S. Border Patrol agent Nicholas Ivie was a quiet, family man who loved riding horses, hundreds of mourners who gathered in Sierra Vist…

  • Veronica M. Cruz Arizona Daily Star

Funeral services for Nogales firefighter Sterling Lytle, who died after a Tucson hit-and-run incident in late June, were held Monday.