Latest vote tabulations put incumbent Ethan Orr in last place
Not raising Arizona's gas tax put a squeeze on county road repairs.
Republican says process could take two years.
When Republican Sen. Al Melvin opted to give up his Legislative District 11 Senate seat to make a short-lived run for governor he created a vacancy two very distinctly different candidates are now vying to fill.
She is retired from the Ray Unified School District and served two terms in the state House before she was elected to the Senate. Her top priorities are education, jobs and public safety. She founded the mining caucus last year. She supported increased funding for the state university system…
She is a retired teacher who served three terms in the state House before she was elected to the state Senate, and she is assistant minority leader. Restoring education funding is her top priority. Pancrazi, who lives in Yuma, would push a bill to give county attorneys the ability to sever a…
He is a small-business owner and lives in Casa Grande. His priorities are jobs, mining, water and rural communities. He supports the Resolution copper mine. Pratt supports forest thinning to prevent wildfires, create jobs and improve the watershed. Pratt is chair of the House energy, environ…
2 Democrats, 1 Republican — all newcomers — best for north-side district.
Debate focuses on gun control, reproductive rights
In order to settle inflation adjustment lawsuit, schools provide straight-forward offer.
Three Republicans compete for two open seats in the LD11 primary.
They hope board will allow medical marijuana research to continue elsewhere.
The professor, fired after she lobbied to do pot research, files an appeal.
Decisions concerning women's reproductive rights mean more restrictive legislation may be proposed.
Advocated funding for a study on whether drug can help treat PTSD.
Vulnerable adults are at risk everywhere, Arizona Supreme Court rules.
It is a painful, but necessary, process to look back at January 8, 2011, and analyze how those single few fatal, horrifying seconds might have been averted.