AZ Briefing: Hobbs not fit to be governor, former aide says; Family, friends honor fallen officer; 10 recipes, tips for low-stress holiday

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    American politician in Arizona

A look at some of today's top stories, the weather forecast and a peek back in history.

"I firmly believe that Katie Hobbs is not fit to serve as governor," Talonya Adams, who has won two trials after her firing as a Senate aide, told The Republic.

Family, friends and colleagues remember Maricopa County sheriff's Lt. Chad Brackman's passion for his work at a funeral service Saturday.

Thanksgiving wine cocktails, turkey breast and easy appetizers are just a few ways to make this season low stress. Check out 10 recipes and tips.

Today, you can expect it to be sunny with areas of high clouds, with a high near 85 degrees. It is expected to be partly cloudy and mild at night, with a low near 60 degrees. Get the full forecast here.

Today in history

  • On this date in 1896, the Phoenix Post Office moved into magnificent new quarters equipped with three windows — two for gentlemen and one for ladies.

  • In 1929, Sheriff James Polhamus of Yuma County, son of Isaac Polhamus, a Colorado River steamboat captain, died.

  • In 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Air Quality Act.

  • In 1980, 87 people died in a fire at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • In 2018, President Donald Trump and Chief Justice John Roberts publicly clashed over the independence of America’s judiciary, with Roberts rebuking the president for denouncing a judge hearing a migrant asylum challenge as an “Obama judge.”

This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: AZ Briefing: Hobbs not fit to be governor, former Senate aide says

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