An attorney for medical marijuana patients is asking the Court of Appeals to force state health officials to slash what they charge
Embattled state Rep. Don Shooter was suspended Friday from his position as chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee.
Felons get a fair shot
Gov. Doug Ducey endorsed the concept of the President Donald Trump and Republican tax cuts Monday even though he conceded he has little idea of what’s in the plan.
Gov. Doug Ducey may tap the state’s “rainy day fund’’
Facing a barrage of questions and criticism, the State Board of Education voted Monday to take another look at its new system for grading schools.
Judges cannot impose enhanced sentences on those convicted of soliciting sex with a minor when it turns out there was no child to begin with, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
The state’s high court agreed Tuesday to decide whether a levy that funds Arizona’s expanded Medicaid program was illegally enacted.
“The AG’s lawsuit, while it makes for good headlines, does nothing to change the burden for students and their families,’’ Bill Ridenour said
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.”
PHOENIX – Phoenix’s top cop promised Monday there are sufficient protections in place for today’s Trump rally to prevent a repeat of the violent clashes that happened in Charlottesville.
Declaring lawmakers have the final say, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Thursday that cities, towns and counties have no right to enact their own gun regulations.
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.
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.
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 state’s jobless rate ticked up a tenth of a point to 5.1 percent as Arizona employers shed more jobs last month than they typically do this time of year.
An Arizona utility can’t escape being sued for anti-trust violations for the rates it sets solely because it’s a quasi-governmental entity, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.
Citing state laws on epidemics, the state’s top health official wants Gov. Doug Ducey to give her more powers to deal with opioid overdoses, including the ability to identify and track individual patients.
Two Arizonans a day die from the more than 431 million pills prescribed and dispensed yearly
Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday declared a state of emergency on opioid overdoses...
Admittedly underfunded and less well known than the incumbent, Tucson Democrat Steve Farley announced Monday he intends to take on Doug Ducey for governor.
Arizona continues its most rapid growth on the edges of its largest communities.
The head of the Arizona Corporation Commission says the indictment of a former member on bribery charges may make the case for appointing utility regulators instead of electing them.
For the second time in three years, a federal appeals court has declared illegal the methods used by state prison officials to check mail sent to their attorneys.
Arizona voters may get the last word on making vouchers available to all students.
Two former politicians are moving to overturn the decision by the Republican-controlled legislature to make it more difficult for voters to propose their own laws.
The $9.82 billion state budget is being billed by Republican lawmakers and Gov. Doug Ducey as the best outcome given the money the state has to spend.
Republican legislative leaders are using a provision buried in the state budget in their latest attempt to defund Planned Parenthood.
Saying sometimes parental admonitions are not always enough, Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Thursday that will make it illegal for the state’s newest drivers to use their cell phones by behind the wheel.
The state has awarded the first two loan guarantees to privately owned charter schools in a program that has raised questions about its legality.
State lawmakers are making yet another bid to keep cities from requiring background checks when guns are sold from one person to another.
The state House voted Thursday to open areas of Mohave County to electronic billboards.
Gov. Doug Ducey is going to get the last word on whether Arizona tightens up the ability of police and prosecutors to seize property.
Legislation to expand the state’s racketeering and conspiracy statutes to include rioting is dead, at least for this year.
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.
State lawmakers took the first steps Wednesday to asking voters to hike what they pay every time they fill up their cars and trucks.
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.
State lawmakers are moving to keep cell phones out of the hands of the newest drivers while behind the wheel.
When Rep. Bob Thorpe ran for re-election in November, the areas in around the Northern Arizona University campus were among his lowest vote tallies.
Gov. Doug Ducey promised today to put more money into public education than legally required.
Saying he fears harm to Arizonans, Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday urged Congress to not rush repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
State utility regulators swore in a new member Tuesday and elected a new chairman amid controversies that could mean open warfare on the panel.
Gov. Doug Ducey is threatening legal action if President Obama sets aside 1.7 million acres of public lands in Arizona for a new Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument.
Medical marijuana users cannot be convicted of driving while under the influence of the drug absent proof that they were actually impaired, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
A federal judge has rebuffed efforts by the Ducey administration to put off until Donald Trump takes office a challenge to its policy of denying to a driver’s licenses to some the Obama administration has said can remain here.
Saying the American flag is a special symbol, a Republican lawmaker wants to make it automatically a felony to steal one that is on display.
A special task force is recommending higher teacher pay, more money for schools with a high number of students in poverty and a more “predictable and equitable’’ funding system among schools. And no ideas on how to finance any of that.
But that doesn’t mean he’s free and clear of other election-related allegations of impropriety
Former Attorney General Tom Horne won’t face criminal charges in connection with his alleged use of state employees in his unsuccessful 2014 re-election campaign.
he amount of money spent on medical marijuana in the next four years will nearly double according to a new study – assuming the Trump administration doesn’t step in.
Arizona should see continued job growth and a lower unemployment rate this coming year according to two economists.
State schools chief Diane Douglas wants an immediate boost in state aid to schools plus additional dollars to attract and retain teachers.