Thinking of wearing a Trump mask to a political demonstration?
A new report says death rates in Arizona from drugs, alcohol and suicides could grow by 38 percent over the next decade unless action is taken now to head off the problem.
Facing a possible tough reelection next year, Gov. Doug Ducey won’t say whether he wants the help of the nation’s chief executive.
Auto company paid Arizona $59M to settle lawsuit
Gov. Doug Ducey is sitting on $59 million in unexpected cash.
Calling the behavior “unacceptable,’’ the journalism school at Arizona State University took the unprecedented move Friday of revoking the lifetime achievement award it gave just two years ago to Charlie Rose.
Representative wants to repeal exiting laws
Saying 18 is plenty young enough, a Scottsdale lawmaker wants to repeal existing Arizona laws that allow children of any age to get married.
A spring used to rush through a hillside on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, nourishing bats, mule deer and other wildlife — that is, until bison trampled the watering hole into a mud puddle.
The attorney for a Chandler opioid manufacturer says his firm can’t be sued by the state over its marketing practices because anything it may have done wrong is in the past.
Don’t look for Arizonans to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, at least not in the immediate future.
PHOENIX – Over Thanksgiving weekend, state and local agencies will focus on keeping motorists safe and placing equipment and resources along heavily traveled highways to help move traffic should incidents occur.
Donald Trump remains more popular in Arizona than the nation as a whole.
Calling the fees illegally high, an attorney for medical marijuana patients is asking the Court of Appeals to force state health officials to slash what they charge people to get the state-issued permit they need to buy the drug.
PHOENIX -- The cost to feed the horde this Thanksgiving is going to be as low as it’s been in a decade.
Another woman has come forward to the Arizona Capitol Times with details of being harassed by Rep. Don Shooter.
State Rep. Don Shooter suspended as chairman of House Appropriations Committee amid sexual harassment claims
PHOENIX -- State Rep. Don Shooter was suspended today from his position as chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee.
Judge: ‘It’s working in Yavapai County’
A national advocacy group focusing on how defendants are treated while their cases await adjudication awarded Arizona a “B” grade in its first effort to gauge what it calls “pretrial outcomes” across the U.S.
WILLIAMS – The Flagstaff Police Department has filed a charging request asking Coconino County Attorney’s office to file charges against Charlie Malzahn for the murder of Glendale kindergarten teacher Cathryn Gorospe, 44.
Arizona is joining more than two dozen other states to give convicted felons a foot in the door for employment.
Navajo Nation Council votes down Grand Canyon Escalade project legislation, 16-2
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation Council voted down legislation, during a special session Oct. 31, for the Grand Canyon Escalade project, which included a gondola tramway on the western edge of the Nation at the confluence of the Little Colorado and the Colorado rivers.
PHOENIX -- The founder of a Chandler manufacturer of opioids who was indicted last week is stepping down from his seat on the board of directors.
In the wake of a complaint by a female lawmaker, House Speaker J.D. Mesnard on Monday released a detailed policy designed to curb sexual harassment.
The state’s highest court won’t let homeowners burned out by the Yarnell Hill Fire sue the state for negligence.
WASHINGTON – Arizona lawmakers and advocates are condemning proposed fee increases at the Grand Canyon and 16 other parks, a move the National Park Service said is badly needed to fund billions in backlogged maintenance projects.
The failure of Secretary of State Michele Reagan to get ballot brochures on time to the homes of 200,000 voters ahead of last year’s election broke state law, according to a new report released Wednesday.
Gov. Doug Ducey won’t add his voice to that of two other top elected Arizona Republicans in criticizing President Trump.
- Camp Verde council: Two incumbents say yes, one still deciding, one says no
- Cottonwood man arrested on sex-with-minor charges
- Funeral held for Kansas man shot and killed by U.S. Forest Service officer in Oak Creek Canyon
- Camp Verde mom goes to head of her class
- Copper Canyon Fire responds to trailer fire on I-17
- 63-year-old Cottonwood man arrested for recklessly discharging gun
- WOMEN’S MARCH COMES TO SEDONA
- Man sentenced in attempted luring of a minor
- Camp Verde Town Manager anticipates new contract ‘probably in March’
- Deceased person found in Oak Creek Canyon
- Deceased person found in Oak Creek Canyon
- New Movies: Coming to theaters Dec.29
- TV stations relocate; scan your television
- Economic Development cites seven Camp Verde successes in 2017
- Fire destroys Camp Verde home two days before Christmas
- Multi-vehicle I-17 accident involving jack-knifed semi kills 2
- Economic Development has nine Camp Verde wishes for 2018
- With five adopted children, ‘family is everything,’ says Gagnon family
- SR 260 roadwork ‘sends two messages,’ say town manager
- Family attorney says Miller was unarmed when shot and killed by Forest Service officer