Planning to party for St. Patrick's Day? Gov. Doug Ducey has a word of advice. Don't.
Ohio's governor wants the state to delay in-person voting for the state's Tuesday presidential primary for three months to let the coronavirus outbreak subside, but Florida, Illinois and Arizona plan to push ahead.
Arizona public schools will be closed for at least the next two weeks.
COVID-19 is creating fallout at the Arizona Legislature, with leaders having to figure out whether to stay in session and, if so, for how long – or whether they should just take a hiatus.
Arizona's top prosecutor is providing advice to state and local agencies on how to meet their legal obligations under the Open Meeting Law in the face of COVID-19.
A Senate panel on Wednesday approved what essentially amounts to finders-keepers legislation when it comes to road kill.
State lawmakers approved $55 million Thursday to provide resources for the Department of Health Services to deal with COVID-19.
Schools in a town in rural southeastern Arizona were closed Thursday while health officials determine whether students had been exposed to the coronavirus. But there were no plans for a statewide shutdown.
State lawmakers voted Tuesday to require warning labels on medical marijuana and use proceeds from a new tax to study any link between the drug and schizophrenia or violent behavior.
Hanging around a roadway median, for whatever reason, could soon land you in jail.
Arizona can expect to have thousands, if not tens of thousands, of confirmed cases of COVID-19 this year, the state's top health official said Monday.
Gov. Doug Ducey said Monday he's not worried that a stock market in disarray and fewer visitors will undermine his call for lawmakers to approve a new tax cut.
Congressman Paul Gosar announced Sunday, March 8, 2020 that he is quarantining himself at home after he came in contact with a person infected with the new coronavirus at a national conservative politics conference in the Washington, D.C., area.
The Bible may say that the last shall be first and the first shall be last.
Arizona Republican Sen. Martha McSally has introduced long-promised legislation aimed at reducing drug prices, particularly for seniors on Medicare, as she ramps up a tough election campaign in which health care is likely to figure prominently.
The Arizona House has approved a measure that would legalize needle exchange programs in the state as part of an effort to cut down on diseases and overdoses among illicit drug users.
The state's top health official said Monday there will be more cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in Arizona. But state Health Director Cara Christ said that doesn't necessarily mean there are actually more people getting sick.
An Arizona man who came in direct contact with a coronavirus patient is now the state's second case.
Did you receive an offer to be a secret shopper for a well-known company? It might come as text, email, or letter inviting you to work on a "research project starting soon in your area."
An appeals court has denied former Phoenix-area Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s bid to erase his criminal conviction for disobeying a 2011 court order, saying President Donald Trump's pardon makes it unnecessary.