Assault caused UA student to lose faith in the system, it says.
Trade group's leader has criticized the company's performance on a county contract.
PHOENIX — A federal appeals court gave the go-ahead today to a class-action lawsuit by inmates in Arizona prisons who allege they and others are being subject to unconstitutional cruel and unusual treatment.
Tucson took a major — and potentially expensive — legal issue off its plate last week when it settled with the developers who were hoping to build a south side Sam’s Club.
A high-ranking Pima County administrator has filed a lawsuit against the county for injuries he sustained while riding his bicycle last summer.
TOPEKA, Kan. — A federal judge has ordered the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to help Kansas and Arizona enforce laws requiring new voters to provide proof of their U.S. citizenship.
PHOENIX — Arizona public schools have offered to give up their claim to more than $1.2 billion in lost aid if the state will simply agree to adjust the current formula to recognize the fact that lawmakers broke state law.
PHOENIX — Attorneys for immigrant rights groups asked the U.S. Supreme Court today to rebuff a last-ditch attempt by the state to start prosecuting people for harboring those not in the country legally.
Exotic dancers claim in lawsuit that they are being deprived of the compensation they deserve.
"Very affable" candidate Richard Williamson of Illinois' memorable 1992 Senate campaign dies.
PHOENIX — Calling machine-counted voting ripe for fraud, an attorney for the Libertarian Party asked the state Court of Appeals today to let trial judges impose new oversight procedures.
Questions arise on eve of County Council vote on $360,000 deal to promote parks
When TUSD career- and technical-education director Kathy Prather quit last year, the district paid her more than $22,000 in unused sick and vacation pay.
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems and a longtime supplier are suing each other over costly production problems with a key air-combat missile.
Quest for immediate concealed-carry might not be the last litigation in the state.
A Pima Community College official, accused of calling an Anglo student a "bigot and a bitch" when she complained about fellow students speaking Spanish in class, says the accusation is false.
Two city employees have sued to have an initiative dismantling the city pension system thrown off the ballot over what they contend are illegally collected signatures.
Tucson will be in court today for the first round in its most recent legal battle with the state over who controls local elections.
An attorney for the Arizona Daily Star asked a judge Tuesday to require the Tucson Unified School District to release the names and application materials of the candidates it considered for the superintendent's job.
A group critics describe as racist is backing a lawsuit against Pima Community College on behalf of a Tucson nursing student who claims the college's learning environment "is hostile to English-language speakers."