One of 5 in the state is spending more than they earn.
Thousands of Arizona “dreamers” could be driving here legally within days.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday rejected Gov. Brewer's request for a review.
Challengers to SB 1070 want to examine Gov. Jan Brewer's notes for signs of racism.
Maricopa County sheriff contends allowing illegal immigrants to remain and work in the U.S. is unconstitutional.
Company says it will vigorously defend itself against on safety issues.
The lawsuit was filed before President Obama finished his speech.
State appeals court upholds immunity for doctors recommending medical marijuana.
The wage gap between Arizonans and the rest of the country continues to widen.
El número de personas en el estado de manera ilegal bajó por casi el 12 por ciento entre el 2009 y 2012, según un nuevo informe.
Deal ends threat attorney general could be liable for close to $1 million.
Deal ends chance that Horne could be liable for close to $1 million in penalties.
Supreme Court will rule on whether city's laws are too restrictive.
Total fell between 2009 and 2012; current number estimated at 300,000.
State appeals court denies charter school argument for same funding as public schools.
Turkeys, brown-and-serve rolls are cheaper.
Pew Hispanic study says about 40,000 fewer here than in 2009.
Same-sex nuptials would continue, AG’s office says
Gov.-elect plans accounting maneuvers, borrowing to ‘balance’ Ariz. budget.
Lawyer says Voting Act drove new districts, not politics as GOP claims.
But Curis Resources is confident it can make changes that will win approval.
State board says the plan would not adequately protect groundwater.
State report finds increase in sleep- and abuse-related child fatalities.
Un nuevo conjunto de exámenes estandarizados que los estudiantes empezarán a tomar en la próxima primavera.
Ninth Circuit wants "to teach Arizona a lesson," says Maricopa county attorney.
Two-thirds of all recommendations in the past fiscal year came from 24 doctors.
U.S. Supreme Court dissolves stay granted by lower court.
He's also asking for funds to cover ceremonial parts of his inauguration.
PHOENIX — Arizona is one of the most effective states in the nation for fighting lung cancer and its costs, according to a new report.
Laws should apply to dark money groups, Maricopa County Attorney argues.
State Supreme Court rules against Gilbert salon owner using skin-nibbling fish.
ACLU asks Supreme Court to uphold an injunction against denying illegal immigrants bail.
WalletHub survey ranks several Arizona cities among the best places for veterans.
Gay couples who want to wed in Arizona might want to so soon, court watchers say.
Obama administration's challenges are now complete to Arizona's controversial anti-immigration laws.
Court of Appeals rejects state bid to require proof of citizenship for voter registration.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy invites ACLU to convince him otherwise.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy gave no reason for his order.
Legislators' challenge says plan violates tax-increase provisions.
Schools chief, secretary of state among posts remaining undecided.
David Gowan has two more votes than predecessor Andy Tobin.
El triunfo de Doug Ducey, con 54 por ciento de los votos, encabezó la ola de Republicanos en Arizona.
PHOENIX — State Health Director Will Humble said Tuesday that he’s not going to automatically quarantine health workers returning to Arizona from Ebola-plagued West Africa despite widespread public support for the move.
Mark Brnovich, newly elected state attorney general, promised to fight for stronger border security.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Doug Ducey answers questions from reporters after casting his ballot Tuesday. With him is Jack, his oldest son.
Not particularly interested in what his dad, Fred DuVal, is telling reporters about his gubernatorial campaign, 6-year-old Monty DuVal looks for something else to do after the family voted Tuesday morning in Phoenix.
In his victory speech, the governor-elect promises to limit state spending.
Exam differs from AIMS and is based on Common Core Standards.
Spending by political committees can be difficult to detail.
Prosecutor will seek ruling from U.S. Supreme Court to keep law valid.