State added 23,300 private-sector jobs last month, but many may not be permanent.
Judge orders state to begin accepting documents from those eligible through DACA.
Judge blocks state from refusing documents from people in DACA program.
Gov. Brewer says she wants issue to go to full trial.
WalletHub: Tempe, Flagstaff rate better for students.
Brewer's last-minute attempt to keep dreamers from getting licenses is rejected.
Lack of Supreme Court action would require state to issue licenses.
Statements promising future student growth were not illegal lies but mere "business puffery,'' appeals court says.
Action is a victory for Planned Parenthood and the Tucson Women's Clinic.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s Medicaid program will no longer be able to save money by denying incontinence briefs to potentially thousands of adults who need them.
PHOENIX - Arizona will not be able to enforce controversial limits on medication abortions, at least not now.
Challengers given until noon to show why he should require AZ to give dreamers licenses.
City wins court fight over use of StingRay and StingRay II devices.
Gov. Jan Brewer makes a last effort to block dreamers from getting drivers licenses.
Attorneys for the state Legislature want to void a court order to restore funds illegally withheld from schools.
Up against Tuesday deadline that would require state to begin issuing licenses to DACA recipients.
Survey finds Tucson is one of the best places in the country for a physically active lifestyle.
PHOENIX — A veteran state lawmaker is pushing his colleagues to triple the wages of some Arizonans.
Company still far from being able to pump acid into the ground.
$300,000 is owed to former employee. Attorney's fees, too.
Former employee had sued the company for sexual harassment on the job.
The 9th Circuit Court rejected a plea to delay enforcing its ruling.
While some Maricopa County cities scored high marks, Tucson was found to be one of the neediest places in the country.
The state has continued to refuse to issue licenses to people in the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Ariz. economy could be headed toward its best Christmas season in years.
State saving money by trying to limit paper forms.
The study was done for the Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys Advisory Council.
The law is "vague, overbroad, and consequently unconstitutional...'' a judge says.
PHOENIX — Attorneys for state lawmakers are urging a judge to reject a request by Arizona schools for more than $1 billion in inflation funding they were not given, saying it’s impossible and would wreck the budget.
PHOENIX — It may be the season for people to give.
The governor wants to delay drivers licenses for dreamers during Supreme Court appeal.
PHOENIX — A man convicted of the brutal murder of a Buckeye librarian could escape not only the death penalty, but his conviction, because of alleged bias by the judge.
Appeals court allows a Phoenix restaurant accused of hiring illegal immigrants to challenge legality of search warrants.
Measure won't be enforced while lawmaker tries to narrow its scope.
Potentially more concerning, says one expert, is that the numbers may be inaccurate.
Critics of new schools chief Diane Douglas begin a recall effort more than a month before she even takes office.
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.