A look at some of today’s best stories, weather forecasts, and a step back in time.

the Arizona Board of Regents wants Attorney General Mark Brnovich face discipline for what he sees as unethical litigation and derogatory comments against the Arizona universities that Brnovich’s office often represents.

State Senator Jamescita Peshlakai announced it resignation of the State Senate on Wednesday, effective immediately, to make an appointment with the Biden administration.

Republicans will probably start the next 10 years with the the top in most Arizona’s Nine Congressional Races, but their advantage over Democrats may be smaller than some might have expected.

Today you can expect it to be cloudy, with a high of almost 73 degrees. Cloudy at night, with a low near 56 degrees. Get the full forecast here.

Today in history

  • On this date in 1854, Albert Steinfeld, who became one of Tucson’s most prominent businessmen and civic leaders, was born in Hanover, Germany.

  • In 1883, the Salt River rose 14 feet after prolonged rain. The dam and the entrance gate to the Grand Canal were torn off as a result.

  • In 1883, Felix G. Hardwick claimed a $ 500 reward from the Arizona Territorial Legislature for the first cotton bale produced in Arizona.

  • In 1929, Bishop Daniel Gercke consecrated the bells of the small chapel of St. Mary’s Hospital in Tucson.

  • In 1954, the first successful human kidney transplant took place at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston as a surgical team removed a kidney from Ronald Herrick, 23, and implanted it in Herrick’s twin brother, Richard. .

This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: AZ Briefing: AG Brnovich is the subject of another ethics complaint


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