PHOENIX -- Juries are entitled to hear from experts who can explain why domestic violence victims often forgive their attackers, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
PHOENIX -- State utility regulators agreed Tuesday to allow APS to collect another $95 million a year from its customers.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey has no interest in removing any Confederate monuments on state land even in the wake of weekend violence after a racist demonstration in Virginia.
A Mesa resident who allegedly used the identity of his deceased brother to collect nearly $300,000 in Social Security benefits has been charged with forgery and fraud schemes thanks to Arizona Department of Transportation detectives’ use of facial recognition training and technology.
PHOENIX -- Supporters of universal vouchers filed suit Friday in a bid to keep a referendum on the legislation from ever getting to the ballot.
PHOENIX -- Foes of giving out more vouchers of tax dollars to let kids go to private and parochial schools filed petitions Tuesday with more than 111,000 signatures to force the issue to a public vote.
PHOENIX -- Saying the case isn't legally "ripe,'' a judge on Tuesday tossed out a challenge to a new statute that imposes additional restrictions on the ability of citizens to propose their own laws.
PHOENIX -- State lawmakers have no legal right to make it a crime for medical marijuana users to possess the drug on college campuses, an attorney for a student who was arrested is arguing to the Arizona Supreme Court.
PHOENIX -- A Maricopa County Superior Court said he has the legal right to decide whether Bob Burns has the unilateral power to subpoena utility executives, even in the face of opposition of the other four members of the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Arizona needs its 920,000 foreign-born residents, both legal and otherwise, to fuel the state’s economy, according to a new study and some business leaders.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is guilty of criminal contempt for deliberately defying a court order arising from a racial profiling case, a federal court judge ruled on Monday.
Arizona conservatives’ reaction to Sen. Jeff Flake’s claim that the Republican Party has lost its way appeared to be as divided Monday as the party itself.
Sen. John McCain’s decision to buck his party early Friday and vote against a GOP plan to repeal Obamacare was both hailed as an example of “amazing courage” and derided as “betraying his conservative constituency.”
Just because a weapon doesn’t have a bullet in the chamber does not mean it’s “unloaded,” the state Court of Appeals ruled Friday.
For most people, electricity is simple: Flip on a switch or plug into the wall and power your devices.
The outpouring of support following this week’s announcement that Arizona Sen. John McCain has an aggressive brain tumor came from the expected Washington heavyweights, including current and former presidents, lawmakers and Cabinet members.
WASHINGTON — Arizona Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee with a well-known maverick streak that often vexes his GOP colleagues, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, his office said in a statement Wednesday.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich said his attorneys and investigators found "a lot of questionable, even I would say unethical behavior'' in the actions of Gowan. These included multiple trips that Gowan took around the state in 2016 while running for Congress -- many far from his legislative district -- while saying he was on state business, a claim that enabled him to get reimbursed by the state for his expenses.
PHOENIX -- The current system of having city courts under the control of council members is so flawed that it needs to be overhauled or scrapped entirely, according to a new report.
PHOENIX -- Foes of taxpayer funded school vouchers are now using paid circulators to boost the chances that voters get the last word on the legislatively approved expansion of the program.
The Arizona icon of desert survival can’t always take the heat. Record-breaking temperatures that draw shudders and international attention also have been rough on many types of succulents.
County had fewer fatal crashes than previous years
In 2016, 962 people were killed in crashes on Arizona’s roads, up 65 from 2015, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation’s annual “Motor Vehicle Crash Facts” report.
PHOENIX -- A federal judge has rebuffed a bid by the Libertarian Party to kill an Arizona law even its sponsors concede was designed to make it harder for minor party candidates to get on the general election ballot.
One woman ran out of gas. Men in a pickup truck needed someone to change a tire on the car. Another man had one of his car’s tires blow up.
Pension costs for Arizona police officers and firefighters are rising to the point they are overburdening taxpayers, according to a legislative committee that is seeking reforms.
- Arson suspect arrested in Rimrock
- Camp Verde football foe drops varsity team for 2017, Cowboys get bye
- Fiber cut impacts CenturyLink service
- New Camp Verde business Love Yourself, Love Your Health focuses on natural healing
- Camp Verde football deals with low numbers
- 5 haunted dwellings of the Verde Valley
- Could Town of Camp Verde take over lakes at Verde Lakes?
- Body found near Grand Canyon's Black Bridge identified as Texas doctor
- Peggy Dickey talks 5th Day programs at Camp Verde Unified
- Vince’s Auto Body expects to open new SR 260 location in mid-September
- Two Camp Verde residents found dead at home
- Driver dies after SR 260 collision
- Man identified in deadly SR 260 crash
- Accident shuts down SR 260 near Cherry Creek Road
- Camp Verde shows potential for commercial, retail expansion
- Obituary: David Williams
- CCFMA receives 38 calls within 48 hours
- Two taken to hospital after SR 260 crash
- Deployed 4 times to Iraq, Lt. Col. Troy Bucher remembers childhood in Camp Verde, Rimrock
- Verde River ranchers worry about safety in Arizona’s newest state park