Ducey thinks cuts will boost business and lower unemployment. DuVal, not so...
Lawyer argues allowing gay marriage will lead to societal weakening.
We get extra credit for having the University of Arizona.
Indications are that hiring may not improve for awhile.
Arizona's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 7.1 percent.
A church in Gilbert wants to be able to use larger signage.
High school students would have to pass basic civics test.
Releasing information about cellphone traffic jeopardizes national security, city says.
PHOENIX — Republicans may try to block independents from participating in future party primaries after their turnout in last month’s election.
High court decision could determine whether those financing commercials must be disclosed
New state report shows women in nearly all age groups got abortions at a slightly higher rate than last year.
Ruling could be first crack in Arizona’s ban on gay marriage.
Jennifer Pizer, attorney for the Lambda legal defense fund, discusses the case of Fred McQuire, seated, who sought to be listed as the surviving spouse of George Martinez, whom he married in California. With them is Patrick Ralph, who is in a similar legal position.
Fred McQuire and his attorney Jennifer Pizer talk to reporters after today's hearing in Phoenix. A judge ruled McQuire is entitled to be named spouse of his late partner, George Martinez.
Fred McQuire now listed as legal spouse of George Martinez.
Commission rebuffs arguments by Dennis Wilenchik, Horne’s attorney.
(Foto por Howard Fischer)Candidatos para la gobernatura Doug Ducey (izq) y Fred DuVal (der) en su primer debate en Chandler, el 10 de septiembre.
Democratic DuVal wants to restore inflation funding for schools. Republican Ducey disagrees.
Also won't endorse GOP nominee for state schools chief.
Gov. Jan Brewer made national news four years ago in her lone televised debate.
WalletHub report praises Tucson's small business atmosphere but finds income lacking.
“Volunteers” for Horne’s campaign were not really volunteers at all, it says.
Clean Elections Commission to meet Thursday to decide issue involving attorney general.
A lawyer for the state argues widow benefits for gay marriage survivor.
Pima County had a 30.1 percent primary election turnout, easily exceeding the state average.
Files court motion to dismiss the lawsuit he had filed.
Federal laws pre-empt state version, lawyers argue.
Says Diane Douglas is "promoting a sort of a paranoia."
Attorney hoping for prompt ruling in case to ease financial burden.
WalletHub finds Tucson is affordable but lags in health care.
Fred McQuire is in danger of losing the couple's Green Valley home.
Judges asked to reject plea to force her to start issuing licenses.
Arizona has denied the use of a drug combination for medical abortions.
Lawsuit seeks to expand medical marijuana users' right to grow their pot.
Police must produce a list of withheld documents by Sept. 15.
PHOENIX — Claiming illegal political motives, attorneys for Republicans are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to void the lines drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission for the state’s 30 legislative districts.
Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal waste no time in political duel.
No date has been set for a hearing.
After divisive primary, his job now is to heal the party.
Will 276,000 Arizonans added to Medicaid rolls stay on?
Ducey faces Democrat Fred DuVal in the general election.
Gov. Jan Brewer voted this morning at Hope Chapel in Glendale.
Brewer voted this morning at Hope Chapel in Glendale.
And those are just the outlays we know about.
Lawmakers have ignored voter mandate for inflation adjustments, judge says.
Groups wants limits on how often PTSD patients can use the drug removed.
PHOENIX — The Citizens Clean Elections Commission on Thursday threw out separate complaints alleging collusion between two Republican gubernatorial candidates and independent groups trying to defeat their foes.
Lawmakers have ignored a law to adjust funding to inflation, judge says.
Technology group balks at Gov. Jan Brewer's financial backing for GOP legislative candidate Susan Syfert.
PHOENIX — A week before he faces contested primary election to keep his job, State School Superintendent John Huppenthal called a press conference Wednesday to warn voters about an immigration threat he acknowledged may not exist.