PHOENIX -- Calling the city’s policy of welcoming migrants more rhetoric than real, Attorney General Mark Brnovich ruled Monday that nothing the council told the police to do violates state laws on illegal immigration.
PHOENIX -- Current and former Republican lawmakers are making a last-ditch effort to kill a program that provides health care to about 400,000 Arizonans.
PHOENIX -- If you consider bacon to be one of the basic food groups, the news from Arizona grocers is not good.
TOLLESON -- More than 1,300 teaching positions are still unfilled four weeks into the school year according to a new report.
PHOENIX -- Efforts to eliminate the “Jefferson Davis Highway’’ in Arizona stalled Monday amid questions of exactly where it is, who has the authority to change the name -- and whether it even exists at all.
New figures show the state’s seasonally adjusted jobless rate for August ticked down a tenth of a point to 5.0 percent. It has hovered in that area there for about a year.
Sen. John McCain said Friday that he cannot “in good conscience” vote for the latest plan to replace Obamacare, a surprise announcement that may have killed the bill for Senate leaders who can only afford to lose two GOP votes.
Ducey proposed the Arizona Teachers' Academy in January as one method to deal with the state's chronic teacher shortage.
PHOENIX -- Border Patrol agent Lonnie Swartz won't have to face a jury in his murder trial until at least March.
PHOENIX -- Saying all marriages are created equal, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the wife of a gay woman who has given birth is entitled to the same parental rights as if she had been a man.
Ducey defends decision to back repeal, governor doesn’t know how many Arizonans will feel impact of new bill
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is defending his support for the latest bid to repeal the Affordable Care Act even though he has no idea how much federal aid that would cost the state and how many Arizonans would lose health care.
Crime scene photos released for the first time
On Sept. 17, 2016 a Texas ranger mowing his pasture discovered the remains of a young girl stuffed inside a suitcase. This week, investigators said a pollen analysis from her remains suggests the child was likely from southwest Arizona or a nearby location (see video).
Tuition is ‘as nearly free as possible,’ despite AG’s assertion otherwise, governor says
Arizona’s three universities are in compliance with constitutional requirements to keep instruction “as nearly free as possible,” Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday, despite what Attorney General Mark Brnovich contends.
Proof that a statement is “substantially true’’ is enough to escape being found guilty or libel or slander, the state Court of Appeals has ruled.
Head of Board of Regents said lawsuit over tuition could force legislature to explain possible violation
The head of the state Board of Regents said Monday that a new lawsuit over tuition could finally force the legislature to explain whether it is violating a constitutional provision to keep instruction at the universities “as nearly free as possible.’’
Turning the legal tables on Bob Burns, the state’s largest electric utility is accusing him of an improper and illegal power grab.
PHOENIX -- The state’s top prosecutor is charging that the Board of Regents is ignoring a constitutional requirement that tuition for Arizona residents be “as nearly free as possible.’’
Control of pills, prescriptions would help fight ‘epidemic’
The state’s top health official wants to limit how many pills with opiates patients can get at once, outlaw paper prescriptions for those drugs and outlaw doctors from giving out the drugs themselves.
State to continue its lawsuit against colleges
PHOENIX -- The state's top prosecutor intends to pursue his lawsuits challenging benefits for "dreamers'' even as the president has given Congress six months to fix the program or have it start to go away.
State support for students at Arizona’s three public universities has fallen by 53.8 percent since 2008, more than three times the national decline over the same period, according to a new report.
A federal judge will hear arguments in October over whether she should set aside the criminal contempt of court conviction of Joe Arpaio.
Lisa Olson wasn’t born with Multiple Sclerosis. She also didn’t grow up thinking cannabis could be used for medicinal purposes.
PHOENIX - A federal appeals court on Monday rebuffed a bit to have the Sonoran Desert Area bald eagle listed as endangered, saying, in essence, that if they all are eradicated it wouldn’t make a real difference to eagle populations as a whole.
Just days after having his criminal conviction wiped out with a pardon, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is weighing another bid for public office -- perhaps against Jeff Flake.
PHOENIX -- A appeals court on Friday slapped down Arizona federal judges for ignoring their order limiting when prisoners can be shackled.
- Body of missing teacher found; full details unknown
- Spleiss returns to Camp Verde High to coach football
- Obituary: Donald W. Zellner 1934-2017
- Camp Verde High crowns Queen, King at Homecoming game
- Fire destroys home, cars in Camp Verde
- Looking back at Fort Verde Days … by the numbers
- Fort Verde Days schedule of events for Sunday
- Driver in deadly Thanksgiving-eve crash sentenced to 16.5 years
- Historic Home, Building Tour set for Nov. 4
- Fort Verde Days continues Sunday
- Two men injured after head-on collision
- Meth bust lands married couple behind bars
- Sketches released of girl found in suitcase in Texas, likely Arizona connection
- Fire destroys home, cars in Camp Verde
- Motorcyclist flown to hospital after SR 260 crash
- Hiker discovers body in Verde River
- Camp Verde celebrates 60th annual Fort Verde Days
- Letter: Adults would do well to follow selfless example of 11-year-old Chandler Plante
- Local amateur radio operators conduct successful air, ground search for lost horse
- Cottonwood woman arraigned on molestation charge stemming from 1998