PHOENIX -- A healthy supply of turkeys is going to make the cost of feeding the family Thanksgiving dinner a bit less expensive this year.
PHOENIX -- Democrats will take at least one statewide office for the next four years.
PHOENIX -- The latest batch of votes counted Monday put the U.S. Senate out of the reach of Republican Martha McSally and into the hands of an Arizona Democrat for the first time since 1994.
Political newcomer Steve Gaynor got the bid to be the Republican nominee after he knocked off incumbent Michele Reagan in the primary, capitalizing on a series of missteps she made in running prior elections.
PHOENIX -- Arizona voters refused Tuesday to ratify a bid by Gov. Doug Ducey and Republican lawmakers to allow any of the state's 1.1 million students in public schools to get vouchers of state tax dollars to attend private and parochial schools.
PHOENIX -- A $31 million campaign by the state's electric utilities proved enough to keep voters from adopting a constitutional mandate that they generate at least half of their power from renewable sources by 2030.
Last year, 48 new cases were processed with seven resolutions
Every year, families of missing people bring medical records, photos, fingerprints and maybe DNA samples to a team of forensic scientists who try to match them with jawbones and other skeletal remains, police sketches and dental records that put flesh on bones.
PHOENIX -- Claiming he’s been defamed, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing the backers of the Proposition 127 campaign.
ADHS urges families to check their freezers for recalled beef
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Health Services has now confirmed 21 cases of illness in Arizonans from Salmonella Newport linked raw beef products, which were recalled earlier this month.
Agency blames wording in legal filing
Fearing unintended consequences for patients, especially children, Attorney General Mark Brnovich on Monday withdrew his agency's arguments urging the Arizona Supreme Court to declare hashish and extracts of marijuana illegal in all situations.
PHOENIX -- The state Board of Education on Monday rebuffed a bid by schools chief Diane Douglas to adopt standards for public schools crafted by a Christian college for Arizona.
Hoping to remind voters of her foe's history, Republican senatorial contender Martha McSally said Monday that Kyrsten Sinema, her Democratic foe, is guilty of "treason
PHOENIX -- It’s not quite the “duck and cover’’ exercises of the 1950 s when school children were practicing to be prepared for nuclear attack.
PHOENIX -- If it weren't for Bill Schulz, Carolyn Warner, who died Tuesday, could have been the first woman governor of Arizona.
TUCSON -- Tuesday, Jack Witt Voris, 47, of Cottonwood, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jennifer G. Zipps to 145.8 years in prison.
But the more than 100,000 people who signed petitions to put Proposition 305 on the ballot now find they have to vote against it to get what they want: repealing legislation to expand who can get vouchers of taxpayer funds to attend private and parochial schools.
Ken Bennett found himself out of the running when he was trounced by incumbent Doug Ducey in the Republican primary in August.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey is doubling down on his claim that David Garcia tried to “rig” the election for a sales tax for education even though there is no evidence the Democrat gubernatorial hopeful had any role in crafting the measure.
PHOENIX -- In a major victory for environmental groups and the Havasupai Tribe, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed a bid by mining interests to overturn a 20-year ban on extracting uranium from about a million acres around the Grand Canyon National Park.
To hear the proponents of Proposition 126 tell it, Arizona lawmakers are chomping at the bit to tax medical services, child care and even veterinary bills.
Maricopa County prosecutor Rachel Mitchell took center stage at the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, gently probing a “terrified” Christine Blasey Ford about her charge that she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were both teens.
The National Weather Service has put out a flash flood watch in portions of Northern Arizona, including Yavapai County.
Incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey repeatedly throws around the phrase that Arizona is “open for business” as both a commercial for the state and as proof his policies are what’s driving the state economy.
Most urgent need is repair of wastewater system
When the term deferred maintenance gets tossed out, different images come to mind. Maybe it’s some roads badly in need of repaving, or a few shingles missing from a leaky roof.
Gov. Doug Ducey defended his decision Monday to sign legislation to allow any student get a voucher of tax dollars to attend private or parochial schools, a measure that voters will decide in November whether to ratify even as they determine whether the incumbent gets another four-year term.
- Cornville woman dies in crash on 89A, Page Springs Road
- Obituary: Steven James Eaton 1955-2018
- Letter: It’s sad to see what Sedona has become
- Speed of Trust on Camp Verde School Board agenda
- Woman accused in Halloween shooting arrested
- Camp Verde volleyball’s Armstrong wins 2A Central Region coach of the year
- New book chronicles the 1949-50 Waterloo Hawks in the NBA’s first season and features Camp Verde legend Wayne See
- Homeless group seeks new cold-weather shelter in Cottonwood
- Camp Verde Kiwanis won’t sell Christmas trees this year
- Hargrove out as Mingus Union superintendent (with video)
- Cornville woman dies in crash on 89A, Page Springs Road
- Obituary: Craig Ehrie 1973 - 2018
- Cottonwood woman sentenced to 21 years in prison for child pornography
- Yavapai-Apache officer ‘always wanted to be a K-9 handler’
- YCSO: Shots fired near Verde Village, SWAT team called
- Obituary: Kathy Reay 1969 - 2018
- Commentary: Rodeo grounds should be a natural fit for Camp Verde
- Cottonwood police detective arrested following domestic violence investigation
- Woman involved in Camp Verde murder pleads guilty
- Man arrested after Halloween shooting near Old Town