Without debate the Senate on Wednesday agreed to allow counties to put a measure on the ballot for a gas tax hike of up to 10 cents a gallon for up to 20 years. The funds raised would have to be used for highways and streets.
PHOENIX -- Claiming people are being paid to riot, Republican state senators voted Wednesday to give police new power to arrest anyone who is involved in a peaceful demonstration that may turn bad -- even before anything actually happened.
WASHINGTON – Despite efforts to secure U.S. points of entry, drug cartels have the networks, money and technology to continue smuggling drugs into the U.S., law enforcement officials told a House committee.
PHOENIX -- Republican lawmakers are teeing up yet another measure designed to throw hurdles in the path of Arizonans who want to craft their own laws.
PHOENIX -- Arizona motorists are one step closer to having to buy more auto insurance than many of them already purchase.
Proposed state bill could cost taxpayers $24.5 million by 2020
Making vouchers universally available to pay for all children to attend private and parochial schools will actually increase costs to the state according to legislative budget analysis and not result in a savings as its prime sponsor is claiming.
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether a voter-approved hike in the state minimum wage is legal.
John Ladd stepped out of his rusted, red pickup truck to lead a herd of cattle through a gate on his 16,000-acre ranch which borders border, chain and padlock swinging from his hand.
Technology helps keep drivers safe during winter
FLAGSTAFF – Sensors installed at three I-40 locations west of Flagstaff are helping the Arizona Department of Transportation forecast the likelihood of ice forming and respond accordingly.
Legislators ask appeals court to void mechanism that helps Arizonans receive free, low-cost health care
PHOENIX – Current and former legislators asked the state Court of Appeals Tuesday to void the financing mechanism that enables more than 400,000 Arizonans to get free or low-cost health care.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Board of Regents will remain intact -- and with all its powers -- at least for the time being.
PHOENIX – Unable to find the legislative votes for a statewide gas tax hike, a Senate panel on Tuesday approved a package of alternate methods to raise money for needed road construction and repair.
Measure would apply only to drivers with learner’s permits
Arizona lawmakers may finally be ready to impose some limits on driving and cell phone use -- even if just slightly.
State senators took the first steps Monday evening to allowing Arizona farmers to grow industrial hemp.
Yavapai College was recently recognized by two different college rating organizations for its quality, affordability, and academic excellence.
Repeal would cause health care sector to cut jobs, reduce salaries
Since 1995, one out of every five new payroll jobs came from the health care sector, according to the study. “It’s the only industry in Arizona to grow uninterrupted since 1965,” McPheters said.
With another tax season at hand, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is once again offering a free online way to learn how much vehicle license tax you paid in 2016.
The Arizona Department of Transportation wants you to show them your creativity.
The popularity of off-highway vehicles (OHV) has exploded throughout the state and, Arizona State Parks and Trails and the Arizona Game and Fish Department are turning to OHV enthusiasts to help shape the future of the activity statewide.
The sponsor of legislation to weaken “Shannon’s Law’’ agreed Tuesday to stop trying to allow people to fire off guns in the city within a quarter-mile of any residence.
State lawmakers took the first steps Wednesday to asking voters to hike what they pay every time they fill up their cars and trucks.
PHOENIX -- Saying it will lead to greater continuity, more stability and less campaigning, the president of the Arizona Senate wants four-year terms for state lawmakers. But only for everyone. Just senators.
PHOENIX -- Unable to block the federal government from sending refugees to Arizona, six Republican lawmakers want to penalize the charities that help them resettle here.
PHOENIX -- State lawmakers took the first steps Wednesday to potentially eliminating exemptions from sales taxes that now cost the state more than $12 billion a year.
But if one of those forms is about your state income tax refund, here's a piece of advice: Don't.
- Rimrock man dies from rollover crash on Montezuma Well Road
- Ranchers want wall, worry about more patrol agents on their land
- Work near completed on new Dollar General
- PANT operation leads to drug bust, arrest
- Camp Verde school board votes to continue four-day week
- Vehicle strikes man on SR 89A
- Obituary: Lance Taylor 1970-2017
- Cottonwood man accused of leading police on chase, hitting officer with car after night of drinking
- Motorhome and pickup truck collide head-on
- SR 89A reopens after vehicle versus pedestrian accident
- New Camp Verde subdivision could employ 350 workers
- Driver dies after rolling down canyon during I-17 pursuit near Camp Verde
- Hold up on doing your taxes; Arizona tax form 1099-G is flawed
- I-17 closed for 10 hours following carjacking, shooting, head-on crash
- Carjacking suspect causes head-on crash on 1-17
- Emergency crews rush to fully involved structure fire
- Obituary: Joseph H. Johnson
- Showers celebrated for 20th season, 400th win
- Woman arrested in drug raid gets 1.5 years
- DPS pursues stolen work truck on I-17 until it crashes near Camp Verde