Federal cout says law giving edge registration edge to Republicans and Democrats not illegal.
State Supreme Court reinstates DUI charges against 11 who challenged equipment reliability
Congressional Budget Office estimates damages from blocking Tohono O'odham casino run from zero to $1 billion.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey’s order that a state agency allow same-sex couples to adopt or become foster parents notwithstanding, Attorney General Mark Brnovich says Arizona law does not allow that practice.
Governor surprised and angered to learn state still barred gay adoptions.
Governor overrules state policy that barred same-sex adoptions.
Tribe says it will sue if necessary to open its new casino.
PHOENIX — Groups attacking politicians can’t hide their funding sources simply by claiming they’re “educating” voters on issues, the Arizona Supreme Court concluded Tuesday.
Plan could run afoul of state law.
Yearly state funding cuts for higher education prompts initiative to limit college tuition increases.
High Court rejects Gilbert spa's plea to reconsider ruling that she can let fish nibble at her customers' feet.
PHOENIX — The nation’s high court is expected to decide Monday whether to give a Gilbert spa owner a chance to challenge state regulations.
PHOENIX — Arizonans could get to decide next year if they want to follow the lead of Colorado and Washington and let any adult buy and use marijuana.
State says it will deny approval of tribe's new casino in Glendale.
DCS Director Greg McKay would not comment on the moves because they are personnel matters
Carlos Alfaro, the Arizona political director of the Marijuana Policy Project, submits the paperwork needed to start gathering signatures.
PHOENIX — Saying it sends a bad message, half of House Republicans want to put a hold on plans to remodel their building until a bipartisan committee can review the needs and costs.
2009 photo of House of Representatives building at the state capitol, subject of a remodeling controversy.
State officials uncertain declining unemployment is really a sign of economic improvement.
Order not to collect from crop duster, copter tour firms raises legal questions.
Gov. Doug Ducey wants foster kids to have homes, regardless of parents sexual orientation.
Court: Plenty of evidence deputies were targeting Hispanics.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation that could leave more than 205,000 Arizonans without continued health-care subsidies.
Ducey vetos adoption law criticized a anti-gay, approves liberalized traffic school admissions.
New laws make in harder for smaller party candidates to get on the ballot.
Flagstaff group wants to overturn ban on local governments adopting their own minimum wage.
'Mystery shoppers' find long waiting times, rude worker and dirty office.
Medical marijuana law modified
Governor adds that he won't rule out future reductions in state aid.
Much of the blame falls on low-wage, part-time jobs.
Gov. Doug Ducey signs new regulations of Uber- and Lyft-type rideshare taxis and extends environmental gas tax.
Gov. Doug Ducey talks money and mission Thursday to members of the Arizona Board of Regents, including Chairman Mark Killian.
Gov. Doug Ducey talks money and mission Thursday to members of the Arizona Board of Regents, including Chairman Mark Killian, who is seated next to Ducey.
Ducey to the state Board of Regents he prefers to focus on results.
Contested statute goes back to federal court.
Also: Judges can't ban use of drug by those convicted of crime.
The governor acknowledges such programs have a high “return on investment.”
New figures Tuesday from the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation show average prices of 16 market basket items.
The governor, visiting Christine Hopkins’ class at Martin Luther King Elementary School in Phoenix, says he will not commit to backing renewal of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act — at least not the way it’s currently set up.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan talks with preschoolers at Martin Luther King Elementary School in Phoenix.
After lawmaker refuse to create inspector general post, Gov. Doug Ducey is considering options.
Gov. Doug Ducey signs new rules for when children can be removed from homes, and other bills.
Legislation signed Monday by Gov. Doug Ducey takes effect July 3.
Elizabeth Holmes, CEO of the laboratory testing firm Teranos, explains why her company lobbied for legislation signed Monday by Gov. Doug Ducey which lets Arizonans order up their own tests without first getting a doctor’s orders.
Doug Ducey gives a pen to Rep. Heather Carter Monday after signing legislation allowing Arizonans to order their own tests.
In its wake, the state Legislature's work leaves many people, groups in both categories.
Plan to find fraud and corruption was too vague, lawmakers say.
The 2015 state legislature ended with a downgrade of speeding under 10 mph and rejection two more election law change
Legislators cites worries about its broad authority and too little oversight.