Lawsuit claims immigrants held in inhumane conditions.
Investigation involved fellow officer found dead in his patrol car in 2010.
Seeking to add 8 ailments to list of endorsed conditions for usage.
Ducey administration says it hopes a new slogan helps boost state's image.
Two Arizona Corporation Commission members want the panel to urge restraint.
Tells judges to reject Arizona's attempts to deny driving permits to DACA recipients.
The ruling preserves health care for about 350,000 Arizonans.
Riot left facility "uninhabitable" state report says.
The riots started July 1 at the facility operated by Management and Training Corp.
The judge rejected arguments by some Republican legislators that the levy is a tax.
Closed-door efforts to resolve matter fail.
However, Pima County's values up just 3.7 percent year-over-year.
Educators sued lawmakers over $1.3 billion they say is owed to Arizona schools.
Similar efforts have failed to make the ballot in 2008, 2010 and 2012.
Her spokesman said Greg Miller grabbed her arm twice during board meeting.
Tucson's ranking hurt by high property crime rate.
The plan includes a free modem and no set-up fee. But there are limits.
Spokesman said DPS called after Greg Miller grabbed school chief.
July's number was 6.1 percent, compared to 5.3 percent nationally.
Michele Reagan says the commission lacks authority to take on anonymous funding for campaigns.
And retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson nearly doubled his backing.
Opponents say the initiative effort is a ploy to make the substance available.
Teacher Lisa Olson, with J.P. Holyoak, campaign chairman, urges support of legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
Lawmakers inserted the amnesty program into this year's $9.1 billion budget.
Ruling allows him to pursue lawsuit against ex-Senate President Pearce.
Former state Senate President Russell Pearce ordered the ban.
State health officials filed for emergency rules on Friday.
The tribe says the state leaders are trying to block its West Valley casino.
Pima County residents feeling less than confident about jobs.
The governor wants a single selling point for the state.
Groups want changes to how Border Patrol treats immigrant detainees.
Judge says sheriff has no grounds to pursue lawsuit.
The attorney for the state says lawmakers did nothing wrong in adopting the restrictions.
Court decides the Maricopa County Sheriff has no basis to sue.
Proposal comes after Corporation Commission was inundated with requests for text messages critics say show misconduct.
Trying to show, like Colorado governor, that water is safe despite mine spill.
Based on reports, Board of Education will divide $40 million in grants.
Wants voters to OK using state land-trust funds for schools.
In Phoenix police case, state appellate judges void 'paid release time' for city employees.
Officials tells education board it must maintain online site needed by schools.
Only Mississippi and Washington, D.C., scored lower in WalletHub study.
Revealing police tracking not in "best interests of state,'' city tells court.
Emergency rule sought requiring reports by abortion clinics.
The effort also would commute the sentences of current death-row inmates.
Group says it's already preparing anti-pot campaign as supporters gather signatures.
Ex-governor insists she has no early favorites.
Once Arizona makes the license available, federal officials will give residents another 4 1/2 years to get one.
What the courts ultimately rule could have implications for instantly sharing images and videos.
State schools superintendent seeks control of Education Board staffing.